Circa Grill

Tucked away in historic downtown Thompson’s Station next to everyone’s favorite red caboose, Circa Grill features what might be the county’s most eclectic menu: this fall, you could start out with the melt-in-your-mouth sweet potato gnocchi and fresh fried green tomatoes as small plates, pace it with some heavenly sweet cornbread (how all cornbread should be done) and haggle amongst your tastebuds between choosing the seafood fra diavolo (complete with a delectable whipped ricotta), a wood grilled fillet or just eating a whole dish of mac and cheese to yourself. Circa could compete with some of Nashville’s best restaurants, hands down. Its old timey aesthetic only adds to the small-town appeal. There’s a lot of good food in the county. Circa stands head and shoulders above the rest. CORY WOODROOF

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