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Everywhere Anthony Bourdain Eats and Drinks in Nashville 'Parts Unknown'

It's a whirlwind tour of Music City

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We all remember the excitement surrounding Anthony Bourdain's visit back in March, and now the day has finally arrived for the Nashville episode of 'Parts Unknown.' In the show, Bourdain explores the city's music scene, focusing heavily on its more recent rock roots, as well as touching on the changes and growth occurring in Nashville, all the while eating and drinking his way around town. Here's every restaurant and bar he visited on the show during his stay in our city, and what he had to say about them. Want more Bourdain? Head here for a full show recap.

Listed in geographical order north to south.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Dino's

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411 Gallatin Ave
Nashville, TN 37206
(615) 227-8998
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Dining companions: Tandy Wilson, executive chef/owner of City House; Sean Brock, executive chef/co-owner of Husk Nashville; Pat Martin, pitmaster/co-owner of Martin's Bar-B-Que Joint; Tyler Brown, Southall What they ate/drank: Burgers, hot fries, beer In his words: Bourdain let Wilson describe Dino's, of which he said, "Dino's is a burger joint that's been here for a long time. A lot of country music history is in here. A lot of Nashville history is in here. It's a fun place where you see a lot of East Nashville life."
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2. City House

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1222 4th Ave N
Nashville, TN 37208
(615) 736-5838
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Dining companion: Dean Fertita, member of rock bands Queens of the Stone Age and The Dead Weather What they ate/drank: Pizza, wine, other items

3. Bolton's Spicy Chicken & Fish

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624 Main St
Nashville, TN 37206
(615) 254-8015
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Dining companions: Alison Mosshart, lead singer for rock bands The Kills and The Dead Weather; Alison's brother Matthew Mosshart, professional chef What they ate: Nashville hot chicken (mild, medium and hot), spicy fish sandwich, cole slaw In his words: "Oh, oh that hurts. I think I'm hallucinating." And then the day after: "I just experienced like 12-hour payback for hot chicken. And this was an existentially awful experience where there were moments where I didn't think I was going to make it."

4. Pinewood Social

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33 Peabody St
Nashville, TN 37210
(615) 751-8111
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Dining companions: Josh Habiger, Alison Mosshart, Dean Fertita, Matthew Mosshart and friends What they ate/drank: Bloody Marys, mimosas, cheeseburgers, short rib hash, other brunch items In his words: "Pinewood Social....where natural allies alcohol, hangovers and bowling coexist peacefully in an atmosphere of mutual respect."
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5. Dandgure's Classic Southern Cooking

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538 Lafayette St
Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 256-8501
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Dining companion: Jesse Boyce, founder and CEO of Sovereign Music Group What they ate: meat and three In his words: "If you're looking for iconic Nashville, what's bone-deep local, even deeper than the dive bar culture, you would be talking about a thing called meat and three. Dandgure's is just such an institution."

6. Patterson House

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1711 Division St
Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 244-7989
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Dining companion: Josh Habiger, executive chef/co-owner of Bastion, opened both Patterson House and The Catbird Seat What they ate/drank: Cocktails In his words: "Sign of the apocalypse, or an age of enlightment. You decide. The craft cocktail program has arrived, and it's spreading fast."

7. Catbird Seat

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1711 Division St
Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 810-8200
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Dining companion: Josh Habiger, executive chef/co-owner of Bastion, opened both Patterson House and The Catbird Seat What they ate: Tasting menu In his words: Dish #1: "Nothing about the description of that dish sounded particularly interesting to me, but it's delicious." Dish #2: "I would faceplant in a big fuckin' bowl of this."

1. Dino's

411 Gallatin Ave, Nashville, TN 37206
Eater Nashville
Dining companions: Tandy Wilson, executive chef/owner of City House; Sean Brock, executive chef/co-owner of Husk Nashville; Pat Martin, pitmaster/co-owner of Martin's Bar-B-Que Joint; Tyler Brown, Southall What they ate/drank: Burgers, hot fries, beer In his words: Bourdain let Wilson describe Dino's, of which he said, "Dino's is a burger joint that's been here for a long time. A lot of country music history is in here. A lot of Nashville history is in here. It's a fun place where you see a lot of East Nashville life."
411 Gallatin Ave
Nashville, TN 37206

2. City House

1222 4th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37208
Dining companion: Dean Fertita, member of rock bands Queens of the Stone Age and The Dead Weather What they ate/drank: Pizza, wine, other items
1222 4th Ave N
Nashville, TN 37208

3. Bolton's Spicy Chicken & Fish

624 Main St, Nashville, TN 37206
Dining companions: Alison Mosshart, lead singer for rock bands The Kills and The Dead Weather; Alison's brother Matthew Mosshart, professional chef What they ate: Nashville hot chicken (mild, medium and hot), spicy fish sandwich, cole slaw In his words: "Oh, oh that hurts. I think I'm hallucinating." And then the day after: "I just experienced like 12-hour payback for hot chicken. And this was an existentially awful experience where there were moments where I didn't think I was going to make it."
624 Main St
Nashville, TN 37206

4. Pinewood Social

33 Peabody St, Nashville, TN 37210
Eater Nashville
Dining companions: Josh Habiger, Alison Mosshart, Dean Fertita, Matthew Mosshart and friends What they ate/drank: Bloody Marys, mimosas, cheeseburgers, short rib hash, other brunch items In his words: "Pinewood Social....where natural allies alcohol, hangovers and bowling coexist peacefully in an atmosphere of mutual respect."
33 Peabody St
Nashville, TN 37210

5. Dandgure's Classic Southern Cooking

538 Lafayette St, Nashville, TN 37203
Dining companion: Jesse Boyce, founder and CEO of Sovereign Music Group What they ate: meat and three In his words: "If you're looking for iconic Nashville, what's bone-deep local, even deeper than the dive bar culture, you would be talking about a thing called meat and three. Dandgure's is just such an institution."
538 Lafayette St
Nashville, TN 37203

6. Patterson House

1711 Division St, Nashville, TN 37203
Dining companion: Josh Habiger, executive chef/co-owner of Bastion, opened both Patterson House and The Catbird Seat What they ate/drank: Cocktails In his words: "Sign of the apocalypse, or an age of enlightment. You decide. The craft cocktail program has arrived, and it's spreading fast."
1711 Division St
Nashville, TN 37203

7. Catbird Seat

1711 Division St, Nashville, TN 37203
Dining companion: Josh Habiger, executive chef/co-owner of Bastion, opened both Patterson House and The Catbird Seat What they ate: Tasting menu In his words: Dish #1: "Nothing about the description of that dish sounded particularly interesting to me, but it's delicious." Dish #2: "I would faceplant in a big fuckin' bowl of this."
1711 Division St
Nashville, TN 37203

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