Mediterranean-influenced bistro cuisine is offered in this Green Hills spot, which has both the comfort of a neighborhood eatery and the sophistication of an upscale restaurant. The menu changes seasonally and the wine list is extensive. Reservations are suggested, but not required. F. Scott's lounge is a fine spot for listening to live jazz.
Jan 8, 2006
Great place to eat. Can't go wrong here. We like the Wild Boar better for special occasions. F. Scott's is affordable and great for everyday eating and special occasions. Bistro 215 is our choice for everyday eating of french food. Bistro 215 is much more affordable than the Wild Boar or F. Scott's but the food is not as good. You pay for what get in all three eating expirences.
Jun 1, 2005
My wife and I just got back from F. Scott's after our first night in Nashville. We were tipped off to a great deal: all food (but not drinks) is HALF PRICE if you arrive after 9pm. The food was wonderful, and I easily would have paid full price...but we got two large entrees (espresso dusted NY Strip, perfectly cooked tuna), two appetizers, dessert, wine, coffee and a well drink for under $70. Beat that for an upscale restaurant with excellent service.
Soup was a puree of roasted corn with cayenne marscapone and crawfish tails (amazing), and the creme brulee was also very good, creamier than most, with a thicker brulee'd shell. Steak was cooked just as ordered. We had no complaints whatsoever about F. Scott's, in any category. Our waiter (who was very good, professional but neither unapproachable nor obtrusive) took pleasure in reminding us that our food was half price, too. :)