Uncle Bud’s Offers Fun Eating Experience

Uncle Bud’s offers fantastic food, excellent service, and a fun eating experience. Great hometown spot!

Uncle Bud's restaurant pictureUncle Bud’s of Donelson

2719 Old Lebanon Rd.

Nashville, TN

Venue: “Home of the all-you-can-eat Fixin’s” that also offers an all-you-can-eat catfish any day of the week. This appears to be a popular local spot.

Atmosphere: Very welcoming and casual. Staff want you to have a good time.

Inside picture of a Uncle Bud's. Crowded seating.

Food Fare: Alligator tail, chicken nuggets and catfish are some of the items you can choose from. All dinners come with the All You Can Eat Fixin’s: coleslaw, white beans, hush puppies, fries, and pickles and onions.

Plated food: alligator tail, fries, slaw and white beans on the side

 

 

 

 

Fried fish, hush puppy and lemon slices

Recommendations: Try the alligator tail–you can have it fried or grilled. Both are delicious but I like grilled better. Be prepared for a fun eating experience. Go early to avoid a wait.

Service: Exceptional! It was very good even on a crazy busy Father’s Day.

Return rating: Definitely. We’ve been twice and would love to return again. Worth a spot on your to do list for the Nashville area.

Uncle Bud's Sign

Fabulous All You Can Eat Fish Fry

The Bucket offers “wet” or “dry” All You Can Eat Fish on a Friday night. This hometown Bar and Grill is definitely worth a stop!

Ma Bucket’s PlaceFried fish dinner with , tartar sauce and bread.

104 Coldwater Street

Union City, Michigan

Venue: The exterior façade of “The Bucket” does not reflect the phenomenal food and service you encounter on the inside.  Very casual Bar and Grill with hometown atmosphere.

Atmosphere: Homemade lumber tables, banquet chairs, Keno, bar, and dancing floor.  Staff are welcoming.

Food Fare: Phenomenal food and service!  Fish and pizza are fabulous.  Fried mushrooms are nice and crispy (pictured below).

Plate of fried mushrooms

Recommendation: Be sure to try the All You Can Eat Fish (“A.U.C.E. Fish”) on a Friday night.  They offer “wet” and “dry” fish.  Wet is beer batter fish and dry is a thinner coating on the fried fish.  We prefer the dry (pictured above), but both are tasty.  With the meal you get your choice of two:  french fries, coleslaw, or cottage cheese.  The A.U.C.E. fish meal includes a homemade dessert too!

Service: Is very good, but can be a bit slow on a busy Friday night.  Be prepared to relax and enjoy your evening as you fill up on fish.

Return Rating: Definitely—every chance we get!

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