Suburban Extended Stay Hotel
3910 Central Pike
Hermitage, TN 37076
Phone: (615) 871-0505
Fax: (615) 871-0678
3910 Central Pike , Hermitage, TN, US, 37076
- Phone: (615) 871-0505
- Fax: (615) 871-0678
Bars & Cafes
Phat Bites is a tasty luncheon treat hidden behind a very unassuming exterior. This funky and hip sandwich shop is a great place to hang out for an afternoon with your laptop or your best friend. The restaurant is filled with a mismatch of comfortable sofas and table seating to meet the needs of all its clientele. An electic blend of unique decorations adds to the funky, city-style atmosphere of Phat Bites. The menu ranges from simple to inspired, including options such as Bunch-a-Bologna, a traditional bologna sandwich, to Teriyaki Cowboy, a delicious combination of marinated flank steak with Jack cheese and chipotle teriyaki sauce on ciabatta artisan bread. Phat Bites also includes a wonderful selection of coffees and desserts to compliment a relaxing afternoon. - Lynn-nore Chittom
Creative Accents and Scarlett's Garden Tea Room is the perfect place for a ladies luncheon, a little girl's tea party or a special place to take mom and grandma. Designed around a Gone with the Wind theme, the Creative Accents shop includes a variety of tea accessories and gift items, as well as a nice selection of Gone with the Wind movie memorabilia. Scarlett's Garden Tea Room offers a selection of light lunch fare and fruit teas in an atmosphere reminiscent of the antebellum south. This Southern experience is truly a treat for any visitor, but perhaps best enjoyed by the ladies of the family. -Lynn-nore Chittom
Enjoy a savory cup of gourmet coffee, available in a variety of flavors at this relaxing coffee house.
This place is all about sports. Whether you want to talk sports, watch sports or read sports, you will feel right at home. Seats at the bar are great for hanging out, but if you are interested in watching a game you should choose a seat near one of the big screens. Standard bar fare includes sandwiches and nachos, but the pride of the Scoreboard is the barbecue ribs. Plan on staying for the entire game if you order the ribs, as the portions are huge.
Raz'z Bar and Grill offers guests in Nashville two great locations for delicious soul food with a Cajun flare and an African influence. With one location in Nashville and a second in Smyrna, residents and guests in the Nashville area have twice the opportunity to enjoy Chef Raz'z fabulous creations. Even the Food Network has taken notice, as Raz'z was featured on an episode of Best Thing I Ever Ate. The menu at Raz'z includes a variety of familiar options including burgers, sandwiches, salads and entrees such as chicken fried chicken, chicken parmesan and shrimp fettucini alfredo all with Raz'z personal touch. Service and atmosphere make a trip to Raz'z worth the time and money. -Lynn-nore Chittom
While you wait for a table, have a drink at the bar and toss peanut shells on the floor. The wait at Longhorn Steakhouse is often long, but the steaks are worth it. The chef starts with a lean cut of choice beef, rubs it with Longhorn's signature spices and grills it to perfection. The succulent filet mignon, the hearty rib eye and the ever popular t-bone are all part of the culinary repertoire. The signature entree, a huge 22-ounce porterhouse steak, is beloved by serious beef lovers. Non-beef eaters can enjoy chicken and seafood dishes.
Located in East Nashville's Riverside Village area, Village Pub & Beer Garden is a popular community meeting spot. Whether you're here for a bite to eat, to watch the latest game or to begin your evening out, this multi-faceted pub will exceed your expectations. The wrap-around porch is open all year long, perfect for enjoying that cold pint on a brisk autumn afternoon. The fireplace, large windows and vaulted ceilings add a sense of warmth. And with cuisine like the sausage stuffed pretzel sandwich and homemade confit bruschetta, its easy to see why the locals tend to stick around.
Shipley Donuts, or Shipley's as it is also called, offers more than sixty different varieties of fresh and delicious doughnuts. This small, Southern doughnut chain began in 1936 in Houston, Texas. The Hendersonville store has been serving up delicious doughnuts for as long as any of the locals can remember and way longer than the larger doughnut chains have been in town. Shipley Donuts have a little more to them than some of their national competitors, and they're not quite as sugary-sweet. If you want a tasty doughnut and you like the idea of trying what the locals love, Shipley's is the place. - Lynn-nore Chittom
Ugly Mugs is a great place in East Nashville to drink a delicious, hot cup of coffee in a relaxed environment with a trendy vibe and free WiFi. Bring your laptop along and get some work done outside the office. The decor is simple with clean lines, great colors, and a comfortable local feel; something the nation chains don't have. Like most hot spots in East Nashville, the clients are mostly young business professionals looking for the perfect place to think alone or spend time with friends. In addition to the great vibe, the coffee and service at Ugly Mugs is also top notch.
The Gibson Café and Guitar Gallery is a wonderful cafe located in the city of Nashville. The cafe is one-of-a-kind that features rare and famous Gibson guitars used by guitar legends. The cafe is smoke-free and has a family friendly environment. The most famous guitar, here, is the Anniversary Les Paul that has 67 diamonds used in it and 24 carat gold accents. You get a variety of interesting drinks and coffees here, including alcoholic beverages. You can also get yourself some interesting Gibson merchandise.
Lockeland's Table in a historic neighborhood makes it the perfect place to enjoy classic American cuisine. Entrees include roasted chicken with mac and cheese, rack of lamb, and fresh fish with a black lentil, cauliflower, and fennel salad. One of the highlights of this eatery however, is the pizza bar - sit here to enjoy freshly made pizza that's created right before your eyes.
Theme restaurants come and go, but few allow you to eat your meal atop a Harley Lowrider. Here in this clever diner, patrons are treated to cheeseburgers and smoked sausage sandwiches as good as any around. You can also purchase Harley Davidson clothing, gift items and motorcycle accessories. The decor is strictly "Hell's Angels" but the service is warm and friendly. One thing you won't find here are the immense crowds normally associated with such theme establishments. Expect to pay a bit more for a good sized burger, and add a couple of dollars to it if you choose the fries, and you really should! They are delicious.