A small Tennessee city about 30 miles from Nashville, Spring Hill was Spring Hill was the site of a bloody Civil War battle known as the Battle of Spring Hill in 1864. The city is a lovely mix of old and new, surrounded by old plantations and renovated historic farms. There are plenty of parks for recreation and family fun, great restaurants offering traditional Southern food and a charming main street with shops and galleries. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
© Delta Bound
If you fell in love with Delta Bound food truck that is treating folks in the Nashville area with delicious Southern comfort food, you will be thrilled to learn that they now have a real restaurant on the Main Street in Spring Hill. This rustic, homey spot sells the same fabulous grilled and smoked meats and veggies and boiling shrimps and crawfish. They also offer great salads, wraps, sandwiches and tacos. Check their daily specials before ordering, there is something interesting every day. Their delicious cakes are also available for sale in their attached store. You can wash it all down with some craft beer, sweet tea or sodas. Don’t worry, the food truck is still driving around with the same yummy southern treats.
5075 Main St STE B4, Spring Hill, TN 37174, Phone: 615-392-8188
2.Frankie's Pizza and Grill
Frankie’s family brought to Spring Hill Tennessee all their 40 years of experience treating folks with traditional, authentic Italian food. The dining room on Kedron Parkway is a nice combination of family-friendly comfort and Italian flair. Their pizzas are handmade using the freshest ingredients and cooked on stone in a 650-degree oven. Their traditional Italian dishes are smothered in house-made sauce. You have to try their famous gnocchi. Hand-made burgers are prepared using 100 percent natural hormone and antibiotic-free Angus beef. They use locally grown produce with the "farm to table" philosophy. You can take out any of their dishes or can get Frankie’s to cater your next celebration.
100 Kedron Pkwy, Spring Hill, TN 37174, Phone: 931-451-5302
3.The Mockingbird Restaurant
© The Mockingbird Restaurant
Walking into the Mockingbird Restaurant in Spring Hill, Tennessee, is like visiting your favorite grandma – cozy, elegant, full of family history, with beautiful wainscoting and stone fireplace. The restaurant is located in the meticulously renovated 19th century farmhouse. Many original details were preserved during the renovation, to show respect for the local history and heritage. There are several small rooms for private affairs. It is a perfect place for romantic dinners or family celebrations. The food is elevated traditional Southern comfort food, prepared under the guidance of the Chef Nadir Sherwani. The extensive menu has such traditional dishes as Granny’s liver and onions and fried or blackened catfish. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner and their weekend brunch is a popular local event.
3035 Reserve Blvd, Spring Hill, TN 37174, Phone: 931-487-9787
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