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Where to Eat in Spring Hill: Restaurants to Please Every Palate

Updated: Jul 24, 2023

If you’re visiting Spring Hill, come hungry. Whether you’re looking for a lively burgers and beers spot, a swanky cocktail and small plates bar or a beloved family-owned pizza place, this city on the border of Maury and Williamson counties has it all—and then some. Here's where to eat in Spring Hill.

Photo: Asuka Japanese Steakhouse

International cuisine

Asuka Japanese Steakhouse

Sushi and hibachi are perfect for celebrating a special occasion, and Asuka Japanese Steakhouse is an option for both. Gather around the grill for dinner and a show—an onion volcano will never not be entertaining—where you'll select from a menu of chicken, steak, shrimp, vegetable or tofu hibachi, plus expansive sushi options.

Photo: Asuka Japanese Steakhouse

Aha Indian Grill

A newcomer to Spring Hill’s dining scene, Aha Indian Grill serves up Indian dishes like chicken or lamb tikka masala, palak paneer and flavored naan. Drawing inspiration from regions across India, the restaurant uses imported spices and other fresh ingredients sourced locally.

Grecian Family Restaurant & Bakery

Grecian Family Restaurant is equal parts Greek cafe, pizzeria and bakery, so no matter what you’re hungry for, Grecian can deliver. Grab an omelet or a pastry in the morning, a gyro for lunch and a custom pizza for dinner at this locally-loved one stop shop.

Fine dining

Magnolia’s Hideaway

For a truly Southern experience, head to Magnolia’s Hideaway, a cocktail bar nestled within an 1850’s farmhouse. Open Thursday through Sunday, Magnolia's invites patrons to borrow a board game or snuggle around a fire pit with a craft cocktail in-hand. Enjoy live music or karaoke while passing a shareable appetizer or dessert among friends.

Photo: Magnolia's Hideaway


Viking Pizza Co.

Fans of wood fired pizza will enjoy Viking Pizza Co., where at least 80 percent of the menu is cooked or finished in a wood-fired oven. All pies are scratch-made and range from specialty pizzas with creative topping combinations to build-your-own.

Nelly’s Italian Cafe

Is your pizza craving more New York style? Head to Nelly’s Italian Cafe, a family-owned and operated restaurant featuring a menu packed with Italian favorites like pizza, pasta, calzones, strombolis, cannolis and more.

Frankie’s Pizza

Specializing in hand-tossed thin-crust pizzas, classic Italian dishes, grilled entrees and unique appetizers, Frankie’s Pizza and Grill has a storied history as a branch of the famed Naples Pizza concept, a staple near the Yale campus. Its Spring Hill home features comfortable indoor seating and a large outdoor patio to enjoy a slice in the sun on a nice day.

Casual dining

The Spot Burgers & Beers

If you’re looking for a laid-back venue to gather with a group, The Spot Burgers & Beers is a locally-owned restaurant serving all the traditional favorites from the grill, including burgers, cheesesteaks and chicken sandwiches, each of which is enhanced by a draft beer or a chocolate shake to wash it all down.

Martin's Bar-B-Que Joint

Middle Tennessee’s beloved bar-b-que joint made its way to Spring Hill in 2018, where it now serves up its classic slow-smoked pork, chicken and wings. The only thing that makes a meal at Martin’s better is a hearty side of mac and cheese, potato salad or baked beans.

Froggy & Jeffro’s

For happy hour or late night, head to Froggy & Jeffro’s for a combination of food, drinks and entertainment. Challenge a friend to a game of pool or darts, or join for weekly trivia, bingo or poker while sipping a cold draft beer and munching on nachos.

For travel tips beyond dining, check out all the things to do in Spring Hill.

1 Comment

It's a very cool article, I like it when people write about different dishes and their impressions of them, so you can immediately understand where you are going on holiday, because trying something new is always an adventure. For example, the last time my wife and I tried an unusual dish with the addition of brine, which was quite unusual, because the pickle vector changed every time we came to eat, each time there was a different shade of taste, which surprised and pleased me personally.

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