What's new for Nashville's Food Scene
In Music City, new restaurants are opening up all the time, and most places change their menu each season. It can be hard to keep up with all the new happenings in Nashville's growing food scene, but not any more. Now stay up to date with what restaurants are coming, just opened, now closed, and the latest menu updates.
Near Gate C15 inside Nashville International Airport is the new Vino Volo, an upscale wine bar, which is now open to visitors.
Little Octopus is now open in East Nashville offering a fresh food menu with a dining room, patio area, and lounge.
JACK BROWN'S BEER AND BURGER JOINT
Jack Brown's Beer and Burger Joint opened this past weekend inside Nashville's Germantown neighborhood. The menu features a small selection of burgers, daily specials, and sides.
SKULL'S RAINBOW ROOM
Skull's Rainbow Room has reopened in Nashville's Printers Alley.
The owners of Nashville Street Tacos have opened The Stillery just down the road at 113 Second Avenue North.
A "freestyle" tapas bar called Americano is now open on West End.
VILLAGE BAKERY AND PROVISIONS
The Nashville Farmers' Market has received a new bakery called Village Bakery and Provisions.
Bakery & cupcake shop, Sophisticakes, is open in East Nashville.
Steadfast Coffee is now open at 603 Taylor Street. The coffee shop includes a food menu created by chef Julia Sullivan.
THE BAND BOX
Strategic Hospitality's The Band Box is now open at First Tennessee Park. In addition, they have released their menu to the public.
12SOUTH FARMERS MARKET OPEN
Today, May 5, the 12South Farmers Market will open with a Cinco De Mayo Party.
A new Vietnamese restaurant called Vui's Kitchen is coming to Berry Hill. Read more from Nashville Eater.
PERK & CORK
Perk and Cork will be a new espresso and wine eatery inside East Nashville. Read more from Nashville Eater.
A new sushi restaurant called Hissho Sushi will open in the Nashville Airport on July 9. hisshosushi.com
SLOW HAND COFFEE
Slow Hand Coffee food truck will open a brick-and-mortar location at 300 10th Avenue South. Read more from Nashville Eater.
John Rich, of Big and Rich, will open a new bar and restaurant called Redneck Riviera (from Rich's lifestyle brand) in Downtown Nashville next spring. Read more from Nashville Eater.
CLYDE'S ON CHURCH
A casual bar and restaurant called Clyde's on Church will open at 1700 Church Street. Read more from Nashville Eater.
DEL FRISCO'S GRILLE
Del Frisco's Grille will open their first Tennessee location at the office building at 1201 Demonbreun Street, which hopes to open October 2016. Read more from Nashville Business Journal.
Edley's Bar-B-Que will open a third location in Sylvan Park. Read more from Nashville Post.
HATTIE B'S HOT CHICKEN
Germantown will be home to Hattie B's Hot Chicken third location in Nashville. In addition, they will open their first location outside Nashville in Birmingham, Alabama. Read more from The Tennessean.
HARRY O'S STEAKHOUSE
Lower Broadway's Trail West building will be turned into a four story steak house and live music venue called Harry O's Steakhouse. Read more from Nashville Business Journal.
This Saturday, Comfy Cow, an ice cream shop, will open in Brentwood at 7011 Executive Center Drive. Read more from Nashville Eater.
Menu Updates & New Offerings
BUTCHER AND BEE
The soon to be East Nashville sandwich shop Butcher and Bee released their menu to the public. Read more from Nashville Eater.
Prima, located in The Gulch, has updated their menu with summer items. Read the menu.
5th and taylor
5th and Taylor, located in Germantown, is now serving brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 10:30am-2:30pm. Read more from Nashville Eater.
TRATTORIA IL MULINO & 360 BISTRO
Two Nashville restaurants have started serving brunch to their guests. That includes Trattoria Il Mulino in Nashvlle's SoBro district, and 360 Bistro in West Nashville. Read more from Nashville Scene.
BLACK ABBEY BREWERY
Visitors, and yourself, may now purchase a cage and cork bottle at the Black Abbey Brewery Taproom. The bottle contains about 25 ounces allowing beer drinkers to take something home to enjoy right away or cellar them for a while to see how they mature. This is especially great for those looking to bring a piece of Music City home with them. Read more from Nashville Scene.
12SOUTH FARMERS MARKET - KIDS' COOKING CLASSES
Children, ages 7-11, can learn how to cook for FREE at 12South Farmers Market. The classes will begin at 5pm, each Tuesday, and include a shopping tour of the market where they will meet farmers & artisans to learn about the ingredients used for the week's recipe. Read more from Nashville Scene.