Grins

Nashville's Oldest Vegetarian Restaurant

Nashville’s oldest vegetarian and first certified Kosher restaurant is located on the campus of Vanderbilt University and is part of the school’s meal plan. The café, located inside the Ben Shulman Center for Jewish Life, is open to all and has parking available for non-university guests.

Grins (Yiddish for "vegetable"- pronounced "Greens") offers a regular menu and daily chef-inspired specials that will make (most) folks forget about meat. Offerings include grilled sandwiches, made-from-scratch soups, salads and vegan cookies and muffins so good you’ll eat ‘em as an appetizer.

Kosher certification provided by Rabbi Saul Strosberg from Congregation Sherith Israel, an Orthodox synagogue, with a level of supervision called yotzei vinichnas.

Grins Menu:

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