Gallatin is a city in and the county seat of Sumner County, Tennessee. The population was 30,678 at the 2010 census and 32,307 in 2013. Named for U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Albert Gallatin, the city was established on the Cumberland River and made the county seat of Sumner County in 1802. It is located about 30.6 miles northeast of the state capital of Nashville, Tennessee.
Things to do in Gallatin
4.5 based on 166 reviews
My favorite place to eat when visiting my family. Besides the wonderful salads, they serve carrot cake and a large chocolate covered strawberry with the meal. They also have a gift shop ladies.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Govan's Coffee House opened in 2001. We offer a full selection of coffee and specialty espresso based beverages.
While in Gallatin, my wife and I stopped into Govan’s for a cup of coffee and some fresh delights. The café was very busy but the staff was working fast and friendly. I was greeted by a very positive server who quickly took my order....MoreThank you for your visit with us! We look forward to your return soon! Have a Blessed Day! (JER 29:11)
4.5 based on 264 reviews
My wife, younger son and I went to Top Hog for a late lunch. Upon entering, the aroma was delicious. We seated ourselves and a waitress promptly appeared at our table. I had to barbecue chicken plate with baked beans, potato salad and hoe cakes. My wife had the barbecue baked potato. My son had the ribs with a baked potato, cole slaw and hoe cakes. The barbecue was very good, but not the best I have eaten. The baked beans and potato salad were average. The cole slaw was maybe the best I have ever tasted. The sweet tea was also some of the best restaurant tea that these southern tea experts have had the pleasure to enjoy!
4.5 based on 159 reviews
Visiting with friends we joined together for lunch at Swaney Swift's on the Square finding very good service, amazing food, comfortable atmosphere and reasonable pricing. I had the chicken blue cheese sandwich, others enjoyed spinach sandwich, hamburgers. The sweet tea was truly southern brewed. A definite go back to restaurant again to taste other items on menu.
5 based on 76 reviews
Greater Nashvilles only authentic Chicago Italian Beef samich restaurant. We import Vienna dogs and polish sausage, Fontanini brats and italian sausage. We roll our own meatballs and our sauce has been in the family for four generations. You should eat here, capiche? Looking for catering. We can provide our unique, Chicago cuisine for groups up to 250!
I found Campione's after my sister moved to Gallatin. As Chicago transplants, it was unbelievable to discover an outpost of Chicago's finest sandwich in Nashville. And they have crinkle fries, too! My order is the combo - Italian beef, Italian sausage with sweet and hot...MoreThanks for the review. We're always happy when people who know Italian beef stop by.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
We don’t get to the square often, but stopped at Starr Ranch on a rainy afternoon.They are in a historic building just off the square. The decor is ole time Sumner County.
Our exuberant waiter enthusiastically reviewed our lunch choices and we went with the two for ten choices. The bride always judges on chicken salad and was well pleased. My Greek salad was more than expected in quantity and quality. A picture is included. The BLT was unique with fried green tomatoes and ?pimento cheese.
We will be back.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
Great place, food and service. I will definitely be back, a real relaxing atmosphere. The location of the place is really something
5 based on 38 reviews
I visit this Chick Filet when in town and I have been disappointed my last few visits. I am not sure what kind of oil you all are using to fry the grease but it has a aftertaste that not to good. I love chick filet and don't know what's going on here. They gave me a new sandwich with no problem but it was the same taste. Maybe they need to change the oil more often. Wasn't a burnt taste but it was not a pleasant taste either.
4 based on 75 reviews
With the Best Specialty Drinks in Sumner County, we are sure to make your evening a night to remember. The Bushwhackers at the bar and sure to be a drink you'll never forget. Our restaurant is a place to relax, listen to live music and enjoy your summer. Enjoy some delicious seafood for dinner or our amazing Sunday brunch and see what everyone is talking about! See you soon! Call ahead seating available.
We visited them 2 days within the American week (Wed & Sat) in a row, with friends. On Wed. waitstaff was excellent and timely. On Sat., it was a different story and experience entirely. We wanted to return due to both staff and food. However, Sat was a total bust. It took us over an hour and a half to get the meals and the when we got it it was no where near the overall experience the previous visit. Not much was different except they did have a few more guests. So, two times, two different experiences! Gave an avg rating based on both visits!
4.5 based on 37 reviews
Pizza is consistently good. Hamburgler eerily tastes like a McDonalds hamburger. Nashville Hot Chicken is good, but not spicy like suggested. Good ol' pepperoni and mushroom hits the spot. Not crazy about letting customers draw on the furniture, walls - I get it, but I like a clean chair to sit on. Otherwise, keep em coming, Prince's.
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