The food is average. Lasagna is decent. Chicken nachos were dry, tasted like stale, leftover chicken that was sliced up for this thrown together appetizer. Uninteresting. The ambience and setting, however, are nice.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (615) 824-9007
- Payment method:
- all major credit cards
- Family Style Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants, Caterers, Steak Houses, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Parking: Lot, Free
Bike Parking: No
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Family Style, Steakhouse
Alcohol: Full Bar
Drive Through: No
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
Posted: 7/14/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I can only say from experience, Demo's is a very good place to eat and take friends for a get together. <br> <br>It's not some soak you for candle-light and linen table cloths restaurant, you don't have the matredee running to light up your smoke for you, but the food is great and the prices are very reasonable. <br> <br>Someone who wants to pay $100+ per person for a meal, for the same grade of steaks that you would get at Demo's, needs to have their head examined. Yeah... that's about it.
Posted: 6/12/2011Provided by Citysearch -
As I read the other reviews; I don't know what was going on in the heads of some people. There are some people that will NEVER be satisfied no matter what you feed them or how well you serve them. <br>We call these people, CRYBABIES !!! <br>This is a very good restaurant !!! The food is great, the service is great !!! <br>Walked in on a Friday night and waited about 2 minutes, sat down and had a fabulous meal with family.
Posted: 1/21/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I don't know what the fuss is about. I've been here a handful of times and the only thing I can find good about the place is the bread and the chicken and rice soup. The prices are reasonable, but the food is just mediocre. I've tried a number of different menu items and haven't really been impressed with anything. The salad comes with lettuce and they charge for each additional item, i.e. tomatos, cukes, onions, you know, regular SALAD stuff!! I've also gotten the impression on more than one occasion, that they don't really care if you're there or not. We had family visiting from out of town and we were a rather large party. One family member was elderly and not in the best of health and another one was in a wheelchair. I called on the way to see how long the wait was and if I could make a reservation. They very unapologetically said ""we don't take reservations, there is a 45-60 minute wait"". I hung up and made a quick decision to call another restaurant located right around the corner from Demos. I explained my situation and they said no problem. We got there and they had a table set up for us. The food was wonderful and the service was exceptional. That is my new place that I take people from out of town. I probably won't visit Demo's again.
Posted: 9/26/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Well, in a nutshell, the food is terrible. We walk in the door surprisingly referred by someone that it was good Italian. So we are seated right away. Waiter comes to table (young kid) who recommends some roast of some sort. We actually came for pizza. No worries, they don't have it. As I said, I went for Italian. Knowing the owners are of greek descent I expect good food. I order the lasagna, side salad, and side of spinach. My fiance orders blackened chicken pasta. Let's see, salad comes, lettuce only and a few bits of carrot. Not really a salad in my mind. Where is the tomato, cuke, onion, olive, something? Dressing is okay. We got the greek, no spices in it which is fine but the waiter informs us we need to add cheese to make it taste better. Entrees come, Well first of all, I've never seen a pasta dish served on a plate, and with egg noodles! My fiance says the chicken tasted good. I can't get past the look. Then I look at my Lasagna. Where else can you get a lasagna under 1 inch thick. I mean seriously, there was one layer of noodle, some crumbled sausage, and a layer of mozzerella on top. The side of spinach tasted like frozen spinach put in a microwave and then dump some oil over the top of it. No salt, pepper, garlic... yuck. I will say the tast of the lasagna was edible at least, just no flavor at all. The menu has greek night, mexican night, and some other cuisine. Sorry but, none of which I think will be worth a visit back. Yes, it is inexpensive and nice and clean on the inside. But- if you are actually there for good food, don't bother.
Posted: 10/28/2006Provided by Citysearch -
My friend & I were driving around trying to find someplace to eat and we found Demos. We decided to give it a try. Wowee is all I can say. The service was similar to a 4 or 5 star restaurant, but the atmosphere is relaxed. You could take a date here or celebrate an anniversary, but you would not feel out of place wearing jeans either. The prices were fantastic. When we could not decide on a sauce for the spaghetti, the waitress brought out some samples. All were very good except the clam sauce, but I don't like seafood much with pasta. The steaks were the best! Juicy, tasty and cooked right. Desserts not the best but maybe because we were full. Bread is great and the soup (chicken and rice) tastes homemade but without disgusting carrots in them.
Posted: 10/6/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Ive eaten here twice. The first time I had some chicken dish with a side of Greek pasta. Really nothing special. My wife had the Seafood Pasta Salad it was like that Pasta Salad stuff that comes in a box, not the one with the orange powder, the fancier one, that you chill and put mayonaise in. It was supposed to have Shrimp and Crabmeat what a suprise to find out that no actual crabs were harmed in the making of my wifes dish! \r <br>\r <br> Why is it cheap Chinese Buffets can offer 'Endless Crab Legs' but the 'Best Restaurant in Nashville 11 years in a Row!' cant put Real Crab Meat in a dish advertised in the Menu as having Crab Meat in it?\r <br>\r <br>The next time I ate at Demos' my sister in law was visiting with her fiance. Theyre young, not rich, and were driving around Tennessee and Kentucky for a week on vacation. My wife and I figured we would give Demos' another try. The Decor is nice, its Nashvilles '#1 Restaurant 11 Years in a Row!', its not expensive, and family is in town. Perhaps something was off the first time, we decided to give Demos' a 2nd chance.\r <br>\r <br>My steak was thin, dry, overcooked and tasteless, my wifes Greek Chicken with pasta was too salty. My sister in laws fiance ordered the Seafood Fettuccine. In a little while he was served some pasta with a few shrimp and ...(yep... we forgot all about it...) Immitation KRAB!!!! Is real Crab too much to ask for in a dish advertised as 'A taste tempting combination of shrimp and a crab meat blend with a rich Alfredo sauce and fettuccine noodles.' Is it just a typo? Is the last letter really a 'B' and not a 'P'?\r <br>\r <br>Its like $7.99 all you can eat buffet food, but $5 so you save $2.99. They give you $4 worth of food, keep .25 cents profit, and put .75 cents into the decorating budget.\r <br>\r <br>\r <br>\r