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  • Writer's pictureAnna Sinclair


We stopped by for a delicious afternoon snack of hearty soup,  paired with fresh bread, along with iced tea and macarons. The minestrone soup was the star of Provence's Restaurant Week menu; it was loaded with all the right ingredients and paired with a fresh bun. The restaurant also served delicious Tomato Basil soup as well as a pureed Tomato Florentine soup. These accompanied their Hot Market menu items including Grilled Panini and Cottage Pie.

We ended our afternoon snack with sweet and airy macarons that tasted like summer! Provence is the prime example of a genuine Nashville Original that offers its best every time. Its staff is proud to present menu items made with locally sourced ingredients and of course, a clear passion for good food! Their passion is bringing that little bit of France to your neighbourhood. Most importantly, Provence’s primary mission is to bring you the very best in breads and pastries that are baked fresh every day and to emphasize their commitment to local and sustainable ingredients in their Café. The perfect recipe for a Legacy!


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