In the quaint small town of Nashville, a former artists' colony which still shows much of those roots, is a great restaurant with charming atmosphere. They accommodated our group of nine quickly and cheerfully. Our bubbly waitress was a wealth of knowledge about the food, the history of the building and the traditions of the town. One of our gourmands ordered the rabbit dish and pronounced it delicious. I was pleased with my interesting vegetarian dish. We passed on the great looking homemade desserts and regret it still. Do watch the times. For example, I believe the last seating is at 8:00PM. Note the wallpaper left torn away to reveal wallpaper from 1893. Very cool. The old building, pictures, and artifacts alone are worth the visit.
If you own or manage Hobnob Corner Restaurant, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.