A pioneer of the East Nashville restaurant scene, Margot McCormack had the vision to create her stylish spot in an old gas station. Now more than 10 years old, Margot Cafe remains a favorite in the community for dinner and Sunday brunch. The menu changes daily based on what's growing, but entrees might include Pan Roasted Scallops with Parsnip Puree, Baby Carrots and Preserved Lemon, or Housemade Fettuccine with Butternut Squash, Walnuts and Goat Cheese.
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Romantic Dining at Margot
One of the pioneers on East Nashville’s foodie front, Margot Café and Bar offers rustic French and Italian cuisine in an unstuffy, but sophisticated atmosphere. Its intimate seating and warm lighting makes this a choice spot for a romantic night out.
The menu changes daily, and on the night we dined there, we shared two dishes: the fried polenta, stuffed peppers with tomato sauce and arugula salad and Steak Frites.