SILO guests will enjoy a creative, chef-driven menu with a focus on the bounty of regional farmers and producers.
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Saturday Dinner: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm. Sunday Dinner: 5 pm - 9 pm. Sunday Brunch: 10:30 am - 2:00 pm. Social Hour specials from 4 pm - 6 pm on Tuesday - Sunday. Closed on Monday.
$31 to $50
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There is usually ample street parking within a block and two pay lots directly across the street.
Private Party Facilities:
Silo has a private dining room that seats up to 16 an a large table in the dining room that seats up to 14. Parties up to 50 can do a half buy out, larger parties can buy out the entire restaurant. Parties larger than 12 should call 615.750.2912. Please be aware there is a $50 minimum per person for parties larger than 7.
Private Party Contact:
Paul at paul@SiloTN.com: x
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Silo Ratings and Reviews
Overall a terrific night! The food was p ...
Overall a terrific night! The food was prepare well and we were so happy when we walked out. The Coca Cola marinated steak was delicious and son intriguing. Our waiter was great at anticipating our needs. Worth the trip!
We decided to try this restaurant for br ...
We decided to try this restaurant for brunch. So glad we did!!!! We started with the apple fritters- these are amazing!!!!! I then had the crawfish benedict- easily the best benedict I've had- it definitely has a kick though! The omelet and skillet were also perfectly prepared. Ill try them for dinner next visit!
We had a delightful evening at Silo befo ...
We had a delightful evening at Silo before going to the symphony . Warm, comfortable space and our server was pleasant and helpful in suggesting dishes. Loved the fried Brie, much to our surprise , and the spoonbread, Brussel sprouts and porkchop were all delicious . We have never been disappointed with our meals at Silo. Will look forward to returning. Location in Germantown is convenient to downtown activities and a delight to walk the quaint streets.
We really enjoyed our time at Silo. The ...
We really enjoyed our time at Silo. The atmosphere was great. Cozy but not too loud, and the decor is very inviting. The service was outstanding. Our bartender, Chris, was attentive and friendly. And the food was very good. We had the deviled eggs and wings as an appetizer, and both were tasty. The rainbow trout was perfectly cooked and seasoned, and the brussels salad was a hit. We'd definitely go back.
We had a great Silo experience and would ...
We had a great Silo experience and would return. We had a group of 12. Had made reservations well in advance on Open Table. Later learned that it was a $50 minimum for groups of 6 and over, which I hadn't noticed on Open Table. I became concerned for my friends because I didn't want assume that a $100/couple dinner is in their budget. I spoke to the hostess who assured me that it was not a strict rule. It's my thought that the notice about the $50 charge, which also appears on the menu, would be unnecessary for a restaurant that is as high quality as Silo is. People who dine there would want the experience that we had. Great food, great service, and not noisy, allowing for conversation and lingering over the last glass of wine.
We had a reservation at 8:15 and decided ...
We had a reservation at 8:15 and decided to go really early in hopes of getting in sooner. We arrived at 5:15 and were happy to hang out (Saturday happy hour a plus!). The hostess said they had back to back reservations, but we were welcome to wait or come back. She made no promises for an earlier table. We decided to take our chances and wait - and wait we did. It was 8:15 when we were finally given a table and it was right by the front door, in our opinion the worst table in the place. That said, I guess they can't accommodate walk ins and we take responsibility for getting there crazy early. While we waited, we sat by the outdoor gas fire (it was small) and met some really interesting tourists/people who seemed to be enjoying themselves. My husband had the steak. It was average. I ordered the veggie gumbo, which I didn't really think was that great. The portion sizes were also small. Our server wasn't very good, she was really slow. Several of the servers seemed grumpy. To be honest, had we not met some really fun people around the fire, we probably would have been really disappointed with the overall experience (even removing the fact we waited for so long). Being Nashville natives, we were really surprised that the place was full of tourists. We might try it again, but with so many options around the city, I doubt it.
The food was tasty. I had catfish on pol ...
The food was tasty. I had catfish on polenta and it was served in a bowl with a huge amount of polenta and a disproportionately smaller piece of fish. I thought it was a bit pricey given the ingredients.
The decor and atmosphere was fine. Our waitress may have been new. She didn't seem to have a command of the menu or to be much of a foodie herself. She was efficient enough but the staff in general seemed cold.
We went to Silo to celebrate my son's bi ...
We went to Silo to celebrate my son's birthday. I tend to be a tough critic of restaurants because my wife is a fabulous cook. The dishes were beautiful to the eye and tasty for the mouth. Generous portions but we didn't come away stuffed. Desserts were fine--big enough to share.
The staff went out of their way to locate a quiet table (I have hearing aids and a cochlear implant, so noise is a BIG problem for me), but the design of the place appears to soften rather than to amplify the noise of happy people downing fine food.
Second time at Silo, and both times were ...
Second time at Silo, and both times were fantastic, so there will be a third, fourth, etc.!
The food is fresh, flavorful and the portions are plentiful. Service is open and friendly, without being pretentious or overbearing.
There is only one vegetarian option for the main course, but my option to order two of the large shareable sides as my meal was perfect, especially as I took home the leftovers!
Nashville gem in Germantown. Southern, ...
Nashville gem in Germantown. Southern, comfort-food cuisine that hit the spot. Natural, contemporary wood decor with a basket-like ceiling made for a warm and inviting atmosphere, and we enjoyed the outdoor area for drinks beforehand next to fire pit.
I really enjoyed dinner here. From appet ...
I really enjoyed dinner here. From appetizers to dessert, the food was delicious! I LOVED the pork belly appetizer the most, and ending with the dessert with butterscotch ice cream and honeycomb candy wasn't amazing! Nice atmosphere and service was great. I'll definitely go back :)
We wanted to try something different and ...
We wanted to try something different and we got it. The menus was very different and the food was prepared to perfection. The unique flavor so made every bit something different. We were able to sit outside but would like to go back to experience the inside scene.
Outstanding experience! I have celiac di ...
Outstanding experience! I have celiac disease, and the staff were very knowledgeable, and went the extra mile to make me feel confident that they could handle my dietary restrictions. The food and service were amazing! It got a little loud, and tables were a bit close together for an easy, quiet conversation with my table mate; also, the chairs were wood with no pads; very uncomfortable to sit in for an entire dinner.
Salad of cabbage, brussel sprouts, feta, and almonds was amazing! Caramel Pot de Creme was of the charts! Will definitely return, but will hope they get some comfortable chairs!
Our waitress was absolutely wonderful, b ...
Our waitress was absolutely wonderful, but we were disappointed in some of the food. The Crawfish spread was extremely runny, more like Velveeta or chile con queso. We also ordered the fried brie which was wonderful and the greens served with the brie were even more wonderful. I ordered the Hangar Steak as my entree and asked for it to be prepared medium, even medium plus, but it arrived medium rare. The waitress had some explanation along the lines of people not all describing medium the same way. Another member of my party ordered her Hangar steak prepared medium rare and hers looked exactly the same as mine and all 5 people in my party agreed that my steak was not medium. When the waitress brought my steak back, it was as tough as shoe leather and the flavor wasn't really spectacular either. Other members of my party order the lamb which she said was good, but not great and the gumbo which I was told was very good
Erica at the bar was very sweet and acco ...
Erica at the bar was very sweet and accommodating . She mentioned she is a fairly new bartender and we thought she did great and couldn't tell. The food was by far superior than any brunch we've had in recent days in Nashville. Bravo Clay! Silo is,was, and always will be amazing!
Overall disappointed by this experience ...
Overall disappointed by this experience - had booked based off of high-rated reviews; service was very good and attentive, but the food was just not up to par. The roasted corn & jalapeno spoonbread was undercooked and lacked flavor; the brussel sprouts were overdressed with vinegar; the Fried Brie was the highlight of our meal...
it was an uneven night for our experienc ...
it was an uneven night for our experience. Outdated cocktail menus on table, once we got the correct list, all were delicious. Pork belly appetizer was awesome, as was the huge wedge of fried Brie, although it didn't arrive until after our entrees. Duck was nice, although all the accompanying parts (squash puree, braised cabbage and spatzle) were cold. Was told that was how it's served. Seared brined pork was ordered by three of the four of us, and they all said it was terribly salty, to the point they couldn't continue to eat it. Spoon bread with sorghum butter was strong, brussel sprouts were lackluster, too wet for our tastes. Dessert was the Kentucky butter cake, was a mini bundt cake that was dry. Server seemed distracted. We were disappointed, if I went again I'd sit at the bar and just do cocktails and appetizers.
Three of us ate at Silo for Sunday Brunc ...
Three of us ate at Silo for Sunday Brunch this weekend. The atmosphere is great - awesome interior design and in a cool neighborhood. The restaurant was not terribly busy and our service was excellent. All three of us got different entrees... my wife got a egg salad sandwich, my adult daughter got the apple fritters and I got the crawfish topped eggs Benedict. The egg salad sandwich was just OK - not much egg salad (3/5). The apple fritters were good (4/5), but the star of the show was the Eggs Benedict (5+/5). Topped with crawfish tails and an étouffée/béarnaise sauce, it was the most delicious and inventive breakfast entree I've ever had. I grew up in Louisiana and know my Cajun cooking, and Silo hits this one out of the park. I live 4.5 hours away and just might drive back for breakfast! I only wish the others in my group were as enthusiastic about their meals. Can't wait to go back!
Silo looked so cute and welcoming from t ...
Silo looked so cute and welcoming from the outside, so my husband and I went for an early brunch during a recent trip to Nashville and sat out on the patio. We ordered a pretty standard omelet with tomatoes, ham and cheddar; home fries; bacon; and biscuits with sausage gravy. But given the "farm-to-table" claim of the restaurant, we expected something more than standard diner food. Everything we ordered was dried out like it had been sitting under a heat lamp. The fries were shriveled and crunchy. The tomatoes in my omelet were watery (definitely not from any farm close by) and the cheese stringy and flavorless. The bacon was charred beyond recognition, and when we finally flagged down our waiter to ask for a new plate he said, "let me see if I can find any that is less well-done." Confirmation that the food not cooked to order! The second serving of bacon was worse than the first, less burned but leathery like bacon jerky and almost no flavor. There was no apology or offer to reduce the price, even though half our food remained untouched. We left with a bad taste in our mouths.
The hostess could not have been more rud ...
The hostess could not have been more rude. I accidentally made the reservation for 2 instead of 3 and she acted like this was unforgivable. It was a 5:15 reservation on a Sunday and there was only one table occupied. I apologized for the mistake and asked if 3 was ok, she said with an eye roll "I'll just make it work...". Other than this they were accommodating and let us have happy hour and bar menu outside. We all got cocktails and bacon cheeseburgers, everything was delicious!
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