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A Handy Guide to Bizarre Foods' Nashville Stops

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Miss last night's Bizarre Foods America Nashville episode? There was laughing, shooting and a heavy dose of that Music City staple, hot chicken. But have no fear, we've got a recap, in handy map form, of all of host Andrew Zimmern's restaurant stops.


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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Arnold's Country Kitchen

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605 8th Ave S
Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 256-4455
Zimmern calls his spread at the classic meat and three a "guaranteed plate of happiness," then runs into Ed King, the writer of southern anthem 'Sweet Home Alabama,' who directs him to the squash casserole.

2. Hattie B's Hot Chicken

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112 19th Ave S
Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 678-4794
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Professing his love for Hattie B's, Zimmern gets his mouth and nose set ablaze by the fiery fowl.

3. Prince's Hot Chicken Shack

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123 Ewing Dr, #3
Nashville, TN 37207
(615) 226-9442
The Bizarre Foods host tries to wrangle the closely guarded hot chicken recipe out of owner Andre Prince Jeffries (to no avail). Jeffries then spares Zimmern from the extra hot for fear he might "disturb the passengers on the plane."

4. Bar No. 308

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407 Gallatin Ave
Nashville, TN 37206
(615) 650-7344
It's Nashville, so there has to be music, as Otaku South founder Sarah Gavigan takes Zimmern to East Nashville watering hole No.308 for some booze and tunes provided by local musician Nikki Lane, among others. Keep an eye out for cameos from chefs Sean Brock and Tyler Brown. Then Gavigan sets up shop the next day at East Nashville's The Silly Goose for the last Otaku South pop-up of the season. On the menu: hot chicken ramen, of course.

5. Peg Leg Porker

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904 Gleaves Street
Nashville, TN
(615) 829-6023
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In this segment, Carey Bringle's dry ribs get the star treatment at his Gulch palace of pork.

6. Martin's Bar-B-Que Joint

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7238 Nolensville Rd
Nolensville, TN 37135
(615) 776-1856
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Pit master Pat Martin goes whole-hog at his original Nolensville outpost. A hog is smoked, belly and cheek meat are eaten, fists are bumped.

7. Azadi International Food Market

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391 Elysian Fields Court, Elysian Plaza Shopping Center
Nashville, TN 37211
(615) 315-0940
Since Nashville is home to North America's largest Kurdish population, Zimmern heads a little south of town to the Azadi Market, where he gets a first hand look at their bakery operation, as well as tries his hand at the tandoori oven. Local resident and co-founder of Tennessee's American Center for Outreach Remziya Suleyman then invites him back to her home for a traditional Kurdish family meal.

8. Catbird Seat

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1711 Division St
Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 810-8200
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Former Catbird Seat chef Erik Anderson and current executive chef Trevor Moran give Andrew Zimmern the first televised view of this 32-seat kitchen within a dining room. A take on Nashville hot chicken, chicken liver terrine with Cheerwine glaze and pigeon leg jerky are all on the menu.

1. Arnold's Country Kitchen

605 8th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203
Zimmern calls his spread at the classic meat and three a "guaranteed plate of happiness," then runs into Ed King, the writer of southern anthem 'Sweet Home Alabama,' who directs him to the squash casserole.
605 8th Ave S
Nashville, TN 37203

2. Hattie B's Hot Chicken

112 19th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203
Professing his love for Hattie B's, Zimmern gets his mouth and nose set ablaze by the fiery fowl.
112 19th Ave S
Nashville, TN 37203

3. Prince's Hot Chicken Shack

123 Ewing Dr, #3, Nashville, TN 37207
The Bizarre Foods host tries to wrangle the closely guarded hot chicken recipe out of owner Andre Prince Jeffries (to no avail). Jeffries then spares Zimmern from the extra hot for fear he might "disturb the passengers on the plane."
123 Ewing Dr, #3
Nashville, TN 37207

4. Bar No. 308

407 Gallatin Ave, Nashville, TN 37206
It's Nashville, so there has to be music, as Otaku South founder Sarah Gavigan takes Zimmern to East Nashville watering hole No.308 for some booze and tunes provided by local musician Nikki Lane, among others. Keep an eye out for cameos from chefs Sean Brock and Tyler Brown. Then Gavigan sets up shop the next day at East Nashville's The Silly Goose for the last Otaku South pop-up of the season. On the menu: hot chicken ramen, of course.
407 Gallatin Ave
Nashville, TN 37206

5. Peg Leg Porker

904 Gleaves Street, Nashville, TN
In this segment, Carey Bringle's dry ribs get the star treatment at his Gulch palace of pork.
904 Gleaves Street
Nashville, TN

6. Martin's Bar-B-Que Joint

7238 Nolensville Rd, Nolensville, TN 37135
Pit master Pat Martin goes whole-hog at his original Nolensville outpost. A hog is smoked, belly and cheek meat are eaten, fists are bumped.
7238 Nolensville Rd
Nolensville, TN 37135

7. Azadi International Food Market

391 Elysian Fields Court, Elysian Plaza Shopping Center, Nashville, TN 37211
Since Nashville is home to North America's largest Kurdish population, Zimmern heads a little south of town to the Azadi Market, where he gets a first hand look at their bakery operation, as well as tries his hand at the tandoori oven. Local resident and co-founder of Tennessee's American Center for Outreach Remziya Suleyman then invites him back to her home for a traditional Kurdish family meal.
391 Elysian Fields Court, Elysian Plaza Shopping Center
Nashville, TN 37211

8. Catbird Seat

1711 Division St, Nashville, TN 37203
Former Catbird Seat chef Erik Anderson and current executive chef Trevor Moran give Andrew Zimmern the first televised view of this 32-seat kitchen within a dining room. A take on Nashville hot chicken, chicken liver terrine with Cheerwine glaze and pigeon leg jerky are all on the menu.
1711 Division St
Nashville, TN 37203

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