ANNOUNCING SEA SALT NASHVILLE
SEA SALT INTRODUCES FARM-TO-FRENCH TO DOWNTOWN NASHVILLE
Nashville, Tennessee (APRIL 2017) -- Nestled in the heart of downtown Nashville and historic Printers Alley, the best thing since French bread has arrived in Tennessee. The grand opening of Nashville’s newest flavorful indulgence, Sea Salt, is scheduled for the end of April, and with it comes the warm inviting glow of farm-to-table France. Executive chef Mike Haggerty is ready to dazzle with French-influenced American classics like crab stuffed local trout and succulent pork shanks. He and Sea Salt’s owner and operator Keith Zust are committed to sourcing as many of their ingredients as locally as possible to support their community and showcase the best of the region.
Inside the restaurant, find reclaimed wood tables complemented by gorgeous blocks of pink sea salt, which gives the space an aesthetic quality matched only by richly satisfying dishes. Sea Salt’s fine-dining fare falls in a casual dining price range, making it the perfect Champagne taste for foodies on a beer budget. And while the seasonally inspired menu is reason enough to visit Sea Salt, its bar cannot be overlooked. The bar program, created by James Beard nominee Jeret Peña, features regional craft beers, a carefully curated wine list, and specialty cocktails formulated specifically with Sea Salt’s menu and concept in mind that also highlight the best of Tennessee.
Friends and family can be the first to experience the newest culinary hot spot in Nashville by making reservations on April 21 and 22. Then on Monday, April 24, Sea Salt will open its doors to the public with a ribbon cutting ceremony at noon, a few appetizers to tease the palate and a tour of the new digs.
Prepare your taste buds. It’s a scientific fact that the human body cannot survive without sodium, and in just a few weeks you’ll wonder how you ever got by without Sea Salt.
IN A NUTSHELL
Sea Salt, created by restauranteur dream team Keith Zust and chef Mike Haggerty, is Nashville’s newest bar and restaurant located in the heart of downtown. The restaurant, which is modeled after traditional farm-to-tables of France, is constructed with reclaimed wood and gleaming, gorgeous blocks of pink sea salt. It’s a space like no other in the country, and its aesthetic reflects its food: richly satisfying and unforgettable. With their French-influenced American fare, Zust and executive chef Mike Haggerty are committed to sourcing as much of their ingredients locally as possible so that they can support their community while showcasing the best of the region from every season. While the food is reason enough to visit Sea Salt, the bar cannot be overlooked. Its bar program, created by James Beard nominee Jeret Peña, features regional craft beer, a carefully curated wine list and specialty cocktails formulated specifically with Sea Salt’s menu and concept in mind. While Sea Salt is a casual restaurant priced so that guests can visit as frequently as they wish, its interior space coupled with its exquisite fine-dining fare, impeccable service and signature cocktails will make every night one in which to remember.