Anticipating a few inches of snow in Nashville can mean cancelled flights. Our scrambled travel arrangements were served to us on a silver platter 13 minutes before we were headed out the door for brunch. I decided to stay one more night since a one-way ticket out wasn’t cheap.

We went on to have a lovely brunch with friends at Husk and ordered half the menu. The snow never arrived and I wanted to enjoy my last night. I was exhausted and still full from brunch but I didn’t want to sit in the hotel so I ventured out to try one more restaurant arriving 10 minutes before they closed.

This cozy neighborhood Italian restaurant in Germantown makes their own pastas. There are only five choices of pasta which made it even harder for me to choose because when a menu is concise, everything is usually great. I let the bartender choose for me and he got my order in just in the nick of time.

Rolf and Daughters, 700 Taylor St, Nashville, TN
Rolf & Daughters, 700 Taylor St, Nashville, TN
Cocktail menu at Rolf and Daughters
Cocktail menu at Rolf & Daughters
Menu at Rolf and Daughters
Menu at Rolf & Daughters
Garganella Verde, Heritage Pork Ragout, Sarvecchio
Garganella Verde, Heritage Pork Ragout, Sarvecchio
Garganella Verde, Heritage Pork Ragout, Sarvecchio
Garganella Verde, Heritage Pork Ragout, Sarvecchio
Meyer Lemon Tart, Pistachio, Olive Oil
Meyer Lemon Tart, Pistachio, Olive Oil

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