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Tin Angel Restaurant Review: Tin Angel has long charmed Nashvillians and visitors alike with its ambience. In the wintertime, a brick freestanding fireplace lures shivering diners inside for globe-trotting cuisine such as vegetarian moussaka or rum-braised pork shanks with sautéed kale. There’s a respectable wine list with many good new-world selections in the $20-$40 range. For dessert, the butterscotch crème brûlée is hard to resist. They do one of the better brunches in town; if you happen in on a Sunday, you can take your pick from a stout menu that includes corned beef hash, huevos rancheros and a dynamite brioche french toast with Greek yogurt and apple-walnut compote.