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The Original Soup to Nuts - CLOSED

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US$5-US$13
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American, Cafe, Barbecue, Soups
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PRICE RANGE
US$5-US$13
CUISINES
American, Cafe, Barbecue, Soups
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Reviewed 14 September 2014

Terribly disappointed that it is no longer in business. I liked the concept and wanted to try some different types of soups. Guess not enough business or bad location. Oh well.More

1  Thank skittlesandsharky
SoupChic, Owner at The Original Soup to Nuts, responded to this reviewResponded 16 September 2014

I am very sorry to hear that you missed us and of your disappointment. We had a great little business, but it was time for me to move on to Grad School at University of Texas. I hope you did find some place to enjoy...More

Reviewed 21 August 2014

this is a great place to buy freshly roasted nuts, prices are reasonable. They also have local fudge and assortment of candies

Thank Trina B
Reviewed 19 June 2013

Like I am starting to see here, the prices are considerably more than they should be. I ordered a medium chicken rice soup $4. The soup was more rice than chicken or soup, but had a good flavor. The turkey and swiss sandwich was just...More

Thank jps6882
Reviewed 18 May 2013

Whenever I get a 'hankerin' for a turkey club on sourdough...I head straight to The Original Soup to Nuts....fab and who's counting calories!!!!!

Thank Danna M
Reviewed 18 March 2013

We found it as a recommendation of the only place with baguettes in town. So glad the staff was friendly and we tasted a sample of the soup. The Sausage, potato, cabbage soup was awesome and good on a cool day. We took it back...More

Thank mlzoiss
Reviewed 26 February 2013

A local merchant recommended. Not enough people working. The owner was very rude with questions asked. We waited for a very, very, very long time for our food. We just ordered sandwiches and the special. Girls said the sandwiches were good. The ribs were mostly...More

Thank ribow
Reviewed 30 October 2012

We stopped for lunch after a day of travel. Just a walk up counter with some tables. I just got a drink, now, reading the other reviews on here, I wished I'd have tried the Chili. It was cool out, my wife got the Butternut...More

Thank ARussofEville
Reviewed 14 August 2012

Nice place to eat, as long as the weather is nice. Good food. We had our lunch outside. Also a nice place to chat with other visitors.

Thank BarbeeS
Reviewed 13 August 2012

This place is a hidden gem in Nashville! The chili is great-just the right amount of heat. The sandwiches (we had the three cheese grilled cheese and the pulled pork) were delicious. The folks here understand quality food in a fun atmosphere-and they are committed...More

Thank Norene T
Reviewed 7 August 2012

WOW- Who knew Nashville had it goin on? The Gyros where great. Can't wait to get back there. It was beautiful weather so we sat outside. We had the pleasure of a rather HUGE loveable Kitty to watch over us.

Thank Victoria Z
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