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On-Site Meals +
Restaurants +
Diversions


 


 

Contact us at:
resosummit@gmail.com
615-656-5306

 

ResoSummit is produced by Rob Ickes & Betty Wheeler for ResoRevolution.

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On-Site Meals+Restaurants+Diversions

On-site meals

     

ResoSummit offers on-site meals at Scarritt-Bennett's beautiful Susie Gray Dining Hall, as a convenient option for ResoSummit participants. There are also many restaurants within walking distance (see our restaurant list and map here, or better yet, send us info to help us update our list).

Meals must be ordered in advance. Closer to the event, we sent all confirmed participants in email with a link to a meals survey for your use in ordering meals for yourself and your family/friends.

Ratings & comments about on-site meals from our 2014 survey:

In our 2016 evaluation survey, on-site meals were rated as follows (with 1=very poor, 2=poor, 3=fair, 4-good, 5-excellent):
Breakfast - 4.3
Lunch - 4.4
Dinner - 4.4
Overall value of on-site meals: 4.5

Typical comments:
"Food at the dining hall is fine. No problems, even if you have food allergies."

"Food is great at Scaritt Bennett, and you can't beat the convenience."

"There is still some room for improvement in the food--specifically a bit healthier options, but hey, it really is great."

"I like the fact I could have the types of food that make controlling my blood sugar much easier.The Chef was very accommodating. Could not ask for more."

RestaurantsEats & Drinks Near ResoSummit

The Scarritt-Bennett (S-B) neighborhood offers many options for meals, snacks, and coffee & tea.

S-B is located between 19th and 18th Ave. South, with Edgehill on the south edge and Grand on the north edge. A short street, Scarritt Place, connects S-B on the western side (19th Ave. S.) to 21st Ave. South, where there are many restaurants. See our Restaurant List at right for information on nearby options.

Also check out the New York Times' "36 Hours in Nashville" feature, with recommendations for restaurants and various diversions.
Restaurants Near ResoSummit

The "Nashville Originals" website features restaurants "dedicated to the challenge of sustaining the independent restaurant as a feature and a fixture of local culture and community." We haven't tried them all, but we like the ones we've tried. A PDF map of Nashville Originals restaurants is available here. (Bound'ry, #4 on the Nashville Originals map, is the closest to S-B.)

Many of the restaurants listed at right have vegetarian & vegan options; Betty is your go-to person for advice on veggie food options. The Turnip Truck, Nashville's local natural foods market, has a location across the street from The Station Inn, offering lots of prepared food choices, including a hot food buffet table, as well as groceries — highly recommended for omnivores and vegetarians alike!!

Diversions

Here are some events and diversions you or your accompanying famiy members may enjoy while you are in Nashville. As ResoSummit gets closer, we'll add to this page, and we welcome your suggestions for places or events to add.

Music City RootsIn town on Wednesday night?
Check out Music City Roots, Nashville's acclaimed roots and Americana variety show, with doors at 6pm and show at 7pm.

 

 

Country Music Hall of Fame & MuseumCountry Music Hall of Fame & Museum
Great exhibits, with many music and video clips and fascinating displays presenting the story of country music. Dobro geeks will be particularly interested in seeing Jerry Douglas's fabled R.Q. Jones instrument. During ResoSummit 2014, the museum will feature a special exhibit, "Alan Jackson: 25 Year of Keepin' It Country."
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RymanRyman Auditorium

The Ryman, a National Historic Landmark and the home of the Grand Ole Opry from 1943—1974, offers daily tours from 9am-4pm. You'll find Hatch Show Print in the Museum's 5th Ave. lobby.

And nearby, you can check out such classic bars as Robert's Western World.


Frist Center for the ArtsFrist Center for the Visual Arts
A vital part of Nashville's visual arts scene, the Frist Center includes art exhibitions, the Martin ArtQuest Gallery with 30 interactive stations for creating your own art, and a Café serving brunch, lunch, afternoon snacks, and dinner on Thursday and Friday evenings when the Frist Center stays open until 9:00 p.m. 919 Broadway; open daily.

Centennial Park's ParthenonThe Parthenon
In nearby Centennial Park (at 25th and West End Ave.), this full-scale replica of the Athen's Parthenon and its 42-foot statue of Athena are a must-see for fans of Greece, classical art or film director Robert Altman. Closed on Mondays.

The Hermitage
President Andrew Jackson’s home, The Hermitage, a National Historic Site, encourages visitors to step back in time and learn more about the rich life of the 7th President of the United States. November hours: Open daily 9:00 am–4:30 pm.

Radnor Lake
Go take a hike! This 1200-acre wilderness area in the heart of Nashville offers several trails, ranging from easy to strenuous. Click here for more info.


Walk the Scarritt-Bennett LabyrinthThe Labyrinth at Scarritt-Bennett

The labyrinth, located in the International Garden at Scarritt-Bennett Center, is the only outdoor labyrinth in Nashville and is a replica of the 11-circuit Chartres Labyrinth, laid in the floor of the Chartres Cathedral around 1220.

Scarritt-Bennett exhibits art on the 2nd floor of the Laskey Building.

 


 

 

   

Scarritt-Bennett's Dining Hall

2017 Prices
(unchanged from 2015)

Breakfast: $10
(available Fri. through Sun.)
Lunch: $12
(available Fri. through Sun.)
Dinner: $16.50
(available Thursday through Sat.)

Rates include all taxes (currently 9.25% for meals).

 

Restaurants very close to Scarritt-Bennett

Note: this list is outdated - we'll update it closer to the event, and invite your help by sending in your faves or discoveries.

(listed in order of proximity, west and then north of S-B along 21st Ave. S.)

Bruegger's Bagel Bakery (1-2 on map)
422 21st Ave. S.
bagels, sandwiches, salads ($)

Ben & Jerry's (1-2 on map)
416 21st Ave. S.
ice cream, sorbets

San Antonio Taco Company (3-8 on map)
416 21st Ave. S.
tacos, burritos, beer ($)

Panera Bread (3-8 on map)
406 21st Ave. S.
sandwiches, salads, soups, breakfast ($)

Starbucks - opens 5:30 am, 6am on Sun. (3-8 on map)
402 21st Avenue S

Subway (3-8 on map)
400 21st Ave S
sandwiches, salads, soups ($)

Cheeseburger Charley's
400 21st Ave. S.
burgers, including veggie options ($)

Mellow Mushroom (9 on map)
212 21st Ave. S.
pizza, salads, hoagies, calzones; incl. vegetarian options (tofu, tempeh) ($-$$)

Bound'ry (east of 9 on map)
911 20th St. S.
global cuisine (a Nashville Originals member) ($$$)

Nearby, north of S-B:

Noshville (10 on map)
1918 Broadway
NY-style deli ($-$$)

Blackstone Restaurant & Brewery (11 on map)
1918 West End Ave.
upscale pub food, microbrew ($$)

Goten Japanese Steak & Sushi Bar
1719 West End Ave. (corner of 18th)
615-321-4537
Lunch M-F only, 11:30-2:30. Dinner nightly.

Nearby, south of S-B:

Provence Breads and Cafe (13 on map)
1705 21st Ave. S.
quiche, sandwiches, pastries ($)

Pancake Pantry (14 on map)
1796 21st Ave. S.
pancakes, breakfast ($$)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
 
 
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