Marche grilled chicken and couscous

Marché Artisan Foods…a little slice of heaven!

By Sheri Oneal

Folks living in Nashville especially those on the East side know all about how wonderful Marché’s ever changing seasonal menu is to the pallet. Marché Artisan Foods is a European style cafe and market located in “Five Points” on the East side of Nashville in Tennessee. They serve breakfast, lunch & dinner and the experience is just like sitting in a cafe in Europe. They offer a full coffee & espresso bar, house made pastries, gourmet grocery items as well as fresh fish, meats and cheeses. My first “Marché” experience was the apple smoked bacon BLT, although I no longer see it on the menu it is my favorite all time sandwich discovery!

Marché combines old wooden farm tables with marble topped tables set on terrazzo floors combined with wicker chairs, white napkins and simple glass ware to create a comfortable environment. The full windowed room surrounds you in light during the day and makes you want to sit, relax and enjoy!  This beautiful array of visual ambience combined with the mixture of mouth watering aromas is by far a favorite of mine! Last summer I had the opportunity to take some photos in the restaurant while working on an advertising assignment on Nashville tourism. I enjoyed capturing little windows of what makes Marché feel so unique.

Love the old wooden farm tables...


Olive oils and a wonderful beet salad!



If you live in Nashville and have not experienced Marché Artisan Foods you need to, if you plan on visiting be sure to check them out! I think you will agree that this unique cafe is a little slice of heaven!

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