Wine Awards
2021 Best of Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator

Wine lists awarded display excellent breadth across multiple winegrowing regions and/or significant vertical depth of top producers, along with superior presentation. Typically offering 350 or more selections, these restaurants are destinations for serious wine lovers, showing a deep commitment to wine, both in the cellar and through their service team.

Wine Spectator's Restaurant Awards recognize restaurants whose wine lists offer interesting selections, are appropriate to their cuisine and appeal to a wide range of wine lovers.

Wine Awards
Wine Spectator's 2020 Best of Award of Excellence for 360 Bistro!

Wine Spectator's Restaurant Awards recognize restaurants whose wine lists offer interesting selections, are appropriate to their cuisine and appeal to a wide range of wine lovers.

To qualify for an award, a wine list must present complete, accurate information, including vintages and appellations for all selections. Complete producer names and correct spellings are mandatory, and the overall presentation of the list is also considered. Lists that meet these requirements are judged for one of our three awards.

Best of Award of Excellence

These wine lists display excellent breadth across multiple winegrowing regions and/or significant vertical depth of top producers, along with superior presentation. Typically offering 350 or more selections, these restaurants are destinations for serious wine lovers, showing a deep commitment to wine, both in the cellar and through their service team.

Awards
360 Bistro Receives OpenTable Diners' Choice Award

Diners' Choice lists recognize outstanding restaurants based on feedback from thousands of local diners like you. Diners' Choice lists are unique in that they are powered by people like you and are based only on diners who we've confirmed have dined at a restaurant. OpenTable diners globally have provided more than 30 million ratings and reviews, with more than 450,000 submitted monthly.

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Wine Spectator's 2019 Best of Award of Excellence

360 Bistro is proud to announce it has earned the Wine Spectator's 2019 Best of Award of Excellence! Wine Spectator's Restaurant Awards recognize restaurants whose wine lists offer interesting selections, are appropriate to their cuisine and appeal to a wide range of wine lovers.

The Best of Award of Excellence wine lists display excellent breadth across multiple winegrowing regions and/or significant vertical depth of top producers, along with superior presentation. Typically offering 350 or more selections, these restaurants are destinations for serious wine lovers, showing a deep commitment to wine, both in the cellar and through their service team.

Diners Choice
Diner's Choice 2019

360 Bistro is thrilled to announce we have once again been selected for the OPENTABLE DINERS' CHOICE AWARD. Looking for one of the best overall restaurants in Nashville? You're in the right place. Each month OpenTable analyzes more than 400,000 new diner reviews. They sort the results by category to help you discover new favorites. It's a great partnership: you reserve, eat and review. OpenTable listens…and delivers the results for all to benefit. Enjoy!

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Wine Spectator's 2018 Best of Award of Excellence

Best of Award of Excellence wine lists display excellent breadth across multiple winegrowing regions and/or significant vertical depth of top producers, along with superior presentation. Typically offering 350 or more selections, these restaurants are destinations for serious wine lovers, showing a deep commitment to wine, both in the cellar and through their service team.

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2018 OpenTable Diners' Choice

360 Bistro has been selected by OpenTable diners as one of the best! OpenTable Diners' Choice winners are selected according to real feedback from diners who booked through OpenTable and dined at 360 Bistro.

Nashville Scene
Nashville Scene: Visiting Off-the-Radar Restaurants

"Food, wine and a darned good time"

"One of my New Year's resolutions is to pay more personal and public attention to restaurants that deserve it but may not be the newest or hottest properties. I like to say that we as Nashvillians often eat like crows, fixating on whatever is bright and shiny. But last year's headlines featured several old stalwart restaurants giving up the ghost, so if we don't continue to vote with our wallets for some of the independent restaurateurs that have been instrumental in the development of our culinary scene, we'll most likely see more Rumbas turning into mattress stores and Mad Platters being reborn as Vui Baby's Biscuit Cheeserie and Juice Bar."