Food Hall Slated for Nashville’s Fifth + Broadway Development Announces Second Wave of Restaurant Partners

Edley’s Bar-B-Que, Hattie Jane’s Creamery and Seed Hospitality among the latest to join the esteemed list of Nashville vendors assembling in the new downtown space

Nashville, Tenn. (May 7, 2019) – The Nashville Food Hall, an innovative dining and entertainment concept that will anchor the new Fifth + Broadway development, has announced its second round of restaurant partners – Edley’s Bar-B-Que, Hattie Jane’s Creamery and Seed Hospitality. These are part of a carefully curated group of regionally based chefs, restaurateurs, and entrepreneurs that The Food Hall Co. is partnering with for its newest location at 5055 Broadway Place in Nashville.  

The Food Hall Co. is expanding its unparalleled, European-style dining and entertaining experience to the center of Nashville’s booming culinary scene. The latest glimpse into the nearly 100,000 square-foot, multi-level food hall adds barbecue, coffee, ice cream and Japanese cuisine to the venue’s expansive restaurant portfolio, which will ultimately include more than 20 local restaurant partners and cocktail bars, a full-service restaurant and expansive rooftop music and event venue.

“Our second wave of restaurant partners further exemplifies the diversity of restaurants we intend to bring to this unique venue,” said David Daniels, senior vice president of marketing at The Food Hall Co. “Edley’s Bar-B-Que has become the destination for those seeking authentic Nashville-style BBQ. Paired with Hattie Jane’s Creamery, a small batch Southern creamery and scoop shop, and Seed Hospitality, known for its upscale Japanese cuisine, these three restaurant partners are sure to be crowd pleasers for our downtown guests.”

Seed Hospitality will be bringing two concepts to the food hall. The first will feature sushi and the second will offer Japanese street food and ramen – a hot culinary trend taking cities nationwide by storm. Seed Hospitality is already known for its two Japanese-inspired Nashville restaurants: The Green Pheasant and Two Ten Jack. At The Green Pheasant, husband and wife chef duo Jessica Benefield and Trey Burnette celebrate regional foodways combined with Japanese ingredients, while their menus at Two Ten Jack, Nashville’s first izakaya, focus on ramen and other Japanese comfort fares.

The latest announcement of restaurant partners joins an esteemed list that also features Prince’s Hot Chicken, The Pharmacy Burger, and The Donut + Dog. Additional restaurants, along with an official name, will be announced leading up to the food hall’s opening in Summer 2020.

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About The Food Hall Co.

The Food Hall Co. is an anchor tenant that creates entertainment destinations which offer a platform for aspiring chefs, restauranteurs, mixologists, brewers and entertainers to bring their craft to an engaged local community, all under one roof.


About Fifth + Broadway

Fifth + Broadway is one of the largest single mixed-use developments in the history of Nashville and the state of Tennessee. The transformative downtown project, which replaces the 6.2-acre Nashville Convention Center site, will deliver 200,000 square feet of strategically important retail and entertainment, the 55,000 square foot National Museum for African American Music, 371,000 square feet of Class-A office space at 501 Commerce, 386 residential units, and more than 2,000 parking spaces.

Francie Corcoran