Dino?s Bar and Grill, the oldest bar in East Nashville, will now be serving breakfast 6am-11am Monday through Saturday..
Local chef Gary Roadarmel, teamed with owners Rick and Linda Wildeboor, has announced that Dino?s, 411 Gallatin Road, will now be serving breakfast.
?We are excited to bring breakfast to the East Nashville community since there has been a real lack of early morning eateries in the area,? says the Wildeboors.
Chef Gary has created a simple menu using fresh ingredients all made from scratch. Pancakes, French toast, buttermilk biscuits, creamy cheddar cheese grits, pan-fried potatoes, sausage and country gravies, bacon, sausage patties, eggs to order, and a wide array of 3 egg omelets are the standard fare. Included are a house special with 2 eggs to order, grits or potatoes, bacon or sausage, and toast or biscuit for $4.50, and for the hungry eater, you can enjoy a Dino?s breakfast slider for $6.
Gary says, ?I was turned onto the breakfast slider at a little diner in Cincinnati. I put together my own version to serve pan-fried potatoes, topped with a ? pound Dino?s burger, topped with 2 eggs, topped with my homemade country gravy, topped with shredded cheddar cheese. With a side of toast or biscuit, it?s an awesome meal. I have also added a fried bologna omelet to go along side Dino?s popular fried bologna sandwiches that they serve at night. We think we may have cornered the market as a spot to get beer, eggs, and smoke a cigarette at 6am.?
Breakfast sandwiches are available to order for the local patrons who want to grab a quick breakfast on the go.
For the coffee lovers, Dino?s will be offering locally roasted Drew?s Brew?s coffee.
If good, homemade, fast, and affordable breakfast is what you have been craving in the East Nashville area, come on down to Dino?s and you won?t be disappointed.
Call ahead or place to-go orders at 615-226-3566.
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