Great new addition to Nashville.
Although the location of the restaurant seems odd at first (located next to one of Nashville's "Adult" venues), once you walk in you forget where you are and feel right at home. The warm, inviting colors of the walls, the amazing artwork...
I had the pleasure of sitting at the chef's table, located right beside the kitchen where i could see al the action. Although not for all as it was noisy and fast-paced, being a total foodie, I enjoyed being behind the scenes. I highly recommend starting off with the antipasta plate, in which you chose your own cheeses, meats, breads, dips, and crudites. Great to nibble on while deciding on dinner. The wine list in another winner I especially loved the way each wine is listed with its origin, flavors, and pronunciation so you don't look like an idiot when ordering your favorite french or italian wine!! Also, their selection of "flytes" or small tastings of each salad or soup is a great idea and just the right amount. The menu changes a bit daily, so you are likely to get something new and fresh upon each visit. I highly recommend Flyte...even if just for wine and appetizers.
reason to be proud.
It's apparent from -- (1) the decor (from the warm glow of the lighting to the neutral toned tiled bar),(2) the carefully chosen wine selections (divided on the list not just into white and red but Old World and New World as well) and (3) of course the inventive but delicious menu -- that the owners and staff of this place take great pride in presenting their customers with a great experience.
I sadly cannot afford to eat dinner here each and every day of my life, which I'd like to, but there's also a cheese and small-bite menu at the bar, so you can stop in and enjoy the casually elegant ambience if you can't do a whole meal each time.
The staff is very sweet and knowledgeable and can help you choose "flytes" for sampling different flavors of foods and/or wines.
Restaurant and wine bar serves global cuisine and drink to a downtown crowd in a comfortable, yet refined atmosphere..
At this open industrial space between SoBro and The Gulch, diners can sample both wine and select menu items in flights. Underneath the exposed duct work, walls of brick and painted cinder block in gold and rust keep the ambience warm along with flickering candles on the tables. While barflies might choose a flight of three small salads, soups or desserts, worldly entrees of fish, steak or lamb are also available throughout the restaurant.
Just Way Cool.
Very hip and urban atsmosphere, but not the snotty staff that usually goes with it.
Everyone is very friendly, service is excellent, a great balance of relaxed professional.
The food is incredibly delicious, flavorful and unique without being overwhelming (like each dish having 20 ingredients) --- simple elegance.
The portions are perfect, as is everything from the bathroom decor to the tableware.
A bonus is the lack of children.
The tables where you can watch the kitchen staff are a nice entertaining touch.
The place is a little heavy on the alcohol but hey, it's a wine bar.
If it seems a bit expensive it's probably time to ask for a raise at work!
You're worth it and so is a meal at Flyte.
Amazing Food. I was lucky enough to be able to attend the soft opening of Flyte. Its was incrediable. The food was amazing and the atmosphere was light and airy. Very different from most restaurants in town. A wonderful change of pace. I would highly recommended taking an evening to enjoy this new restaurant you won't be disappointed.
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