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Flyte World Dining & Wine

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718 Division Street Nashville TN 37203
Phone
(615) 255-6200
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Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
Closed
Monday
Closed
Tuesday
4:30pm-10:00pm
Wednesday
4:30pm-10:00pm
Thursday
4:30pm-10:00pm
Friday
4:30pm-11:00pm
Saturday
4:30pm-11:00pm

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  • American Express

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Thrilling both locals and visitors to Nashville since 2006, Flyte World Dining and Wine engages diners with local, sustainab...le cuisine, exceptional wines and finely crafted beers. Chef Mike Moranski offers responsibly sourced meat and fish and locally grown produce whenever possible. Middle Tennessee and the surrounding areas provide a vast selection of delicious artisan foods. We...

Inhabiting the subtle yet alluring area of 8th Avenue South & Division Street, Flyte World Dining and Wine boldly emerges as Nashville's newest independently owned restaurant. Unleashing a new concept in creative dining, Flyte aspires to offer our diners an opportunity to engage in an exploration of world cuisine, interesting wines and finely crafted beers. Our worldly inspired menu spans the...

From OpenTable: Flyte World Dining & Wine is a unique culinary experience. Flyte's Executive Chef Matthew Lackey incorporates local produce, free-range meats and beautiful presentations into a truly seasonal, farm-to-table menu featuring the best of Tennessee's independent farms. Flyte's knowledgeable staff can help you navigate the eclectic wine list and craft beer selection (or you can choose...

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Matt Lackey OUT at Flyte World Dining and Wine, Mike Moranski IN as Executive Chef

Major changes are happening at Flyte World Dining and Wine, as executive chef Matt Lackey parted ways with the restaurant this past Saturday. In his place steps Mike Moranski, who previously worked at Flyte for three years before moving over to Husk Nashville and then up to Burlington, Vermont to take a sous chef position at Italian restaurant Pascolo. Lackey, who was part of the Eater Young...

The 18 Essential Nashville Restaurants, July '14

It's time for a summer update to the Eater 18, your answer to any question that begins, "Can you recommend a restaurant?" This elite group covers the entire area, spans myriad cuisines and should offer something for every occasion or craving. Every few months, we will revisit this list and add restaurants that were omitted, have stepped up their game or were too new to be included.

For this...

The 18 Essential Nashville Restaurants, April '14

It's time for a spring update to the Eater 18, your answer to any question that begins, "Can you recommend a restaurant?" This elite group covers the entire area, spans myriad cuisines and should offer something for every occasion or craving. Every few months, we will revisit this list and add restaurants that were omitted, have stepped up their game or were too new to be included.

For this...

The 18 Essential Nashville Restaurants, January '14

It's time for the first update of the new year to the Eater 18, your answer to any question that begins, "Can you recommend a restaurant?" This elite group covers the entire area, spans myriad cuisines and should offer something for every occasion or craving. Every few months, we will revisit this list and add restaurants that were omitted, have stepped up their game or were too new to be...

The Last Minute New Year's Eve Dining Guide

So it's New Year's Eve, and like many people, you've procrastinated on deciding what to do for the big night. And while you're frantically trying to figure out which big ticket party to shell out for, the bigger question just might be: where to go for dinner tonight? Well, dear friends, help is on the way, in map form. Here are a number of great options that still have reservations available,...

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The menu was creative, yet approachable. Wine list was excellent and our server was also a sommelier. We had a memorable evening at Flyte and will go back again in the future!

Average Rating
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Great food and great service!!! We had a large group of girls on a bachelorette trip. We felt spoiled by the staff and had a wonderful experience.

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I love Flyte! They remember you from prior reservations and they treat you special on special occasions.

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Divine meal tonight. I had the flight of California reds. The Pinot noir was perfect with the strawberry and arugula salad. The Cabernet Sauvignon was excellent with the filet mignon. Seriously had the best spinach ever! My husband loved the scallops. We ended the evening with the pot de creme. Altogether, it was a lovely evening and wonderful meal. We especially want to call out Emily, our...

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Awesome food, great service! Our waiter was on point with his wine suggestions and the food was spectacular! This is a must eat place if you are visiting Nasheville!

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Casual fine dining restaurant serving a seasonal menu and eclectic wine pairings. FLYTE emphasizes sustainable agricultural practices and humanely raised animal products. Over 100 wines by the glass.

Chef Christopher Stallard incorporates local produce, free-range meats and beautiful presentations into a truly seasonal, farm-to-table menu. FLYTE's knowledgeable staff can help you navigate the...

FLYTE World Dining & Wine is a casually elegant, fine-dining restaurant specializing in creative food and beverage menus and fresh, organic and humanely raised ingredients. Flyte aspires to offer our diners an opportunity to engage in an exploration of world cuisine, interesting wines and finely crafted beers.

Flyte World Dining & Wine is a unique culinary experience. The kitchen staff incorporates organic produce, free-range meats and beautiful presentations into a seasonal, multicultural menu. Our eclectic, world-wide, detailed wine list and knowledgeable staff take the guesswork out of your wine or beer pairings. Flyte features 100+ interesting wines by the glass, a connoisseur draft beer list,...

Restaurants near the Convention Center, Wine, Cheese & Caviar: The warm, comfortable ambiance of Flyte's modern dining room offers a perfect setting to sample tastes of cultures from around the world. The seasonally-changing menu features dishes like pan-roasted quail, caramel apple salad, ahi tuna, and Rabbit Pot Pie Deconstructed. You can also order a Soup Flyte or a Salad Flyte and try all...

Flyte World Dining & Wine is a Fusion, Vegan, and International restaurant where most Menuism users came for a romantic date, paid more than $50, and tipped more than 18%.

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The Extras: In addition to the regular menu, diners can create their own antipasti platter from items like cheeses, sausages and olives.

What to Drink: Choose from an accessible wine list that offers Old World and New World selections with phonetic spellings for difficult-to-pronounce bottles.

What to Drink

Choose from an accessible wine list that offers Old World and New World selections with phonetic spellings for difficult-to-pronounce bottles.

The Extras

In addition to the regular menu, diners can create their own antipasti platter from items like cheeses, sausages and olives.

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