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- General Info:
For over 18 years, Amerigo has been a local Nashville favorite. Traditional, yet contemporary Italian cuisine is accompanied by friendly, professional service.
Authentic Italian pastas, hand-made pizzas, fresh seafood and wood-fired steaks offer something for everyone at Amerigo. And if your tasts veer towards wine, you will find everything from affordable, every day wines to single vineyard varietals from Piedmont to Sicily.
- Extra Phones:
Fax: (615) 320-0644
Lunch & Dinner 7 days a week, Brunch on Saturdays and Sundays.
- Payment method:
- all major credit cards
We accept reservations for groups of all sizes, as well as private dining rooms for parties of 10-60 people. Take-out and Family-Style catering are also available for parties of any size.
Nashville Chamber of Commerce, Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau
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I have lived in Nashville for over 5 years now. I drove by this place numerous times, but never had gone in. What a huge mistake that was. I ate here for the first time last night for a friends birthday, simply awesome. I had the crabcake, divine; the lamb ragu, spicy; and the gelato was for dessert, salty melting into sweet. All in all one of the best meals for the money I have ever had in Nashville. I will d... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch
The first time I went I ordered the salmon plank at the recommendation fo the waiter - wow - was it boring, bland and cool to the touch! The salmon seemed to be cooked well, but it was so bland and the side veggies too! Well, I thought I'd give it another try (since I'd purchased two online coupons) and, much to my dismay, the same experience the second time around - boring, bland and not even hot! This place may ... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch
Expensive and bad. Food is over-salted and the flavors are one-dimensional and bland. Amerigo's culinary principle?: smother it in cheese and cream and most people won't care! There's nothing Italian here except the prices. If you like cafeteria-style ""Italian"" then perhaps give it a try. Also worth a try if you want to feel like swallowed rocks for the rest of your evening.Like this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch
I eat at Amerigo whenever I travel to Nashville for business. I have always had a great experience. I typically sit at one of the bar tables so I can look out onto West End and do some people watching. Recently I've started trying new menu items and haven't been disappointed yet. The Cheese Fritters are outstanding and the Cedar Plank Salmon is delicious. To make it even better, the price is very reasonable. I wis... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch
My wife and I stopped by on our way home from a Preds game. We had our jerseys on and everything. We were greeted warmly and seated immediately. We received excellent service despite our appearance. The wine list was very reasonably priced and paired perfectly with the menu. There really is no substitute for great Italian wine with great Italian food. We will be back very soon!Like this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch
My friend and I had a good time at Amerigo. I ordered the Cannelloni Al Forno and It was delicious and the Creme Brule Cheesecake was awsome. It was so big that I couldn't eat all of it. Our waiter Stefan was very nice too. I will definitely be back.Like this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch
The food has always been good. The smoked duck and sausage pasta is spicy and delicious. The lighting has always been bad. If you enjoy sqinting to see your date, ignore previous sentence. The prices have always seemed a bit inflated. The aforementioned pasta dish is $13 with no sides, salads, etc. You decide.Like this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch