Tin Angel is often
referred to as Nashville's Original Neighborhood Restaurant, and
in spirit it was built and is operated to be just that.
where people can go for excellent food and service in a warm,
friendly, comfortable environment, at reasonable prices. The
fact that people come from both far and near to visit Tin Angel
doesn't make it less of a neighborhood restaurant, just a
restaurant with a larger neighborhood.
Opened by Vicki and Rick Bolsom in 1993, Tin Angel is one of
the few historic commercial buildings left on Nashville's busy
West End Avenue. The building has been carefully restored, from
its brick walls and floors and its round freestanding fireplace
built from brick salvaged from Church Street, to its period tin
ceilings. Our staff members -- many of whom have been at
the restaurant from day one -- care about every aspect of
their diners' pleasure.
Cliches aside, Tin Angel is a place where many people know
each other by name and where newcomers are more than welcome to
become old friends. Stop by for lunch, dinner or Sunday
brunch and see for yourself.