Martin's Bar-B-Que Joint
Recommandé par 99 habitants · Prix estimé 2 sur 4 ·
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West Tennessee’s legendary whole-hog BBQ tradition is the cornerstone of Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint. The restaurants have been featured on the Food Network, Travel Channel, Cooking Channel, and The Today Show and in publications such as Bon Appetit, Esquire, Conde Nast Traveler, and Men’s Journal. ...
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My favorite BBQ - I was thrilled when they opened a downtown location. Insider tip: skip the line and order to/go (and you can still eat it inside!)
Some of the best bbq you will find in Nashville. Only a block over from our building.
This is a popular spot just off Broadway to enjoy a barbecue dinner and some amazing live music! Make reservations or get there early!
Martins is a great location for BBQ and live entertainment. It’s just a block from the building. Get there early to avoid long lines.
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