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Nashville's Clean Eats and Sober Treats: Where to Dine-In During Dry January

Updated: Jan 4

Nashville isn't just a haven for music lovers, but also an ideal destination for those seeking a healthy and sober dining experience. As you embrace the new year with a fresh perspective, these dine-in restaurants offer a delightful array of clean eats and non-alcoholic beverages to help you accomplish your goals. Let's explore these Nashville favorites where you can freely indulge in healthy and satisfying options.

1. Sunflower Café Visit Website 

Operating Hours: Mon-Thurs 11am-9pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10pm

Sunflower Café is renowned for its vegetarian and vegan offerings, providing a plethora of fresh, local ingredients in every dish. Their "BBQ Tempeh Wrap" and house-made herbal teas are just the beginning of a menu filled with nutritious delights. Dive into a world of flavors while adhering to your Dry January commitment.

2. The Farm House Visit Website

Operating Hours: Dinner Tues-Sat 4pm–10pm, Brunch Sat & Sun 10am–2pm

The Farm House brings a touch of Southern comfort to your healthy dining. Focusing on farm-to-table freshness, the menu features seasonal ingredients and dishes like "Roasted Root Vegetables" and "Local Trout with Farro." Complement your meal with a seasonal mocktail crafted with the same care and attention as their cocktails.

3. True Food Kitchen Visit Website 

Operating Hours: Mon–Thu, Sun 11am–9pm, Fri-Sat 11am–10pm, Brunch Sat-Sun 9:30am–3pm

At True Food Kitchen, your wellness is the priority. The menu, designed with an anti-inflammatory focus, offers a range of dishes that are both healthy and flavorful. Try the "Inside Out Quinoa Burger" or "Spaghetti Squash Casserole," and don't forget to check out their refreshing elixirs and refreshers like the "Pomegranate Limeade."

4. Butcher & Bee Visit Website 

Operating Hours: Mon–Thurs 5pm–9:30pm, Fri 5pm–10pm, Sat-Sun 10am–2pm / 5pm–10pm (Brunch served Sat-Sun starting at 10am)

Butcher & Bee offers an eclectic menu with a focus on local, fresh ingredients. Whether you're in the mood for "Grilled Beet Salad" or something heartier, they've got a variety of options to please any palate. Their innovative mocktails provide a delightful complement to your meal, ensuring a memorable dining experience without the alcohol.

5. Margot Café & Bar Visit Website 

Operating Hours: Wed, Thurs & Sun 5pm to 9pm, Fri & Sat 5pm to 10pm

Margot Café & Bar provides a cozy setting for a rustic, market-fresh meal. With a focus on French and Italian countryside cuisine, dishes like "Wild Mushroom Risotto" and "Roasted Branzino" take center stage. Pair your meal with a house-made "Lavender Lemonade" for a refreshing, alcohol-free beverage choice.

Embarking on Dry January doesn't mean compromising on taste or experience. Nashville's dining

scene offers a plethora of options where clean eating and sober treats are celebrated. These restaurants not only provide healthy, delicious meals but also ensure that those participating in Dry January have a variety of appealing non-alcoholic beverages to choose from. Enjoy the vibrant flavors and welcoming atmosphere of these Nashville eateries as you start your year on a healthy note​​​​​​​​​​.

Ready to dive into Nashville's healthier side? Book your stay with us for a cozy spot to crash after all that delicious dining. Let’s make your Nashville trip fun, fresh, and fuss-free!


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