So in my previous blog entry you got the feel of the place.   Now let me tell you about the food.

For an appetizer, I ordered the Grit souffle’, the bacon butter sauce was wonderful, which was wonderful and T ordered a composed salad of roasted beats and goat cheese with sherry vinaigrette.  They were wonderfully presented and tasted like a chef’s dream meal.
To our surprise the chef sent out a complimentary dish for tasting before the main. The braised rabbit gnocchi,  it was wonderful and such a great fall dish.
For the main courses I ordered the ribeye steak atop creamed potatoes with shiitake mushroom gray…to die for.
T out ordered me , as usual, and ordered the osso bucco with brussels sprouts,roasted beats, and butternut squash puree.  The meat was tender and fell off the bone.  A wonderful choice for a cold winter evening.
I give Watermark a big thumbs up and thank chef Dean Robb, a great friend formerly with Bottega Favorita in Birmingham, and the chef Sean Norton for providing a great evening of great dining in Music city, Nashville. 
Now off to my next Nashville dining experience, Miro District,  the Watermark sister ship.