We went to the Frist hoping to grab lunch at the museum cafe, but discovered that it was closed for renovation. So we looked for a place nearby and discovered The Flying Saucer that is literally across the street from the museum in an old train depot - you need to know it is there - it is not terribly obvious from the street that there is a great pub inside. The decor is funky with plates all over the walls and ceiling and the staff was friendly. They have lots of great beer options (many on tap and local) and appealing menu wth burgers, salads, pizza etc that offers something for everyone. This was a great find - I'm glad the cafe was closed!
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