Where to Eat in Nashville: Rolf and Daughters
The Nashville restaurant Rolf and Daughters originally created a stir back in 2014 when it introduced the city to the chef’s signature squid-ink tagliatelle and has since solidified its place in Music City’s rapidly growing culinary scene. It’s one of the many locales in the city run by talented chefs offering audiences far more than heavy Southern comfort food—which we also love, but Nashville’s willingness to diversify its food scene is also a welcome change.
Rolf and Daughters is housed in a rustic brick building nestled into Germantown, one of the city’s historic neighborhoods known for its unique architectural style. Chef and owner Philip Krajeck, originally from Florida, also recently opened a bar called Folk in East Nashville, demonstrating his knack for reading the people of the city and responding accordingly. On the current Rolf and Daughters menu, one will still find adventurous favorites like the dry-aged beef tartare dish, served with togarashi and green tomato, or the chicken-liver toast with black raspberry and lemon thyme. Pair one of these eclectic dishes with a cocktail, wine or beer from the extensive drink menu, and you’ll be set for an exceptional evening.
Rolf and Daughters
700 Taylor St.
Nashville, Tennessee, 37208
Images courtesy of Rolf and Daughters.