The Farmer's Market, together with the Bicentenial Park, is a little oasis in the rather bland cityscape of Nashville; Bella Nashville is part of that pleasure. I was in the Farmer's Market last year and didn't recall seeing Bella. As the other reviewers have said, the pizzas are excellent and quirky; I had wholewheat crust, hummus, zatar, toasted nuts, mint, sumac & chilli oil which was less like eating pizza than having a punch of middle eastern cuisine. Pizzas are 9 inch and range from $8-10 and a little more for the daily special. Their lemon soda, sublime!
A team of 4 young individuals really make this place work - when I first arrived they were stacking up the orders but still delivering with a smile on their faces and keeping the quality high. I went back after they were supposed to be closed but they still served me a lemon soda as they were preparing the food for the next day.
Don't expect a restaurant - this is a market place food stall but it puts many restaurants to shame. Well done guys on your enterprise and really hard work - really great to see and I hope you are there next time I visit again from the UK.