November 7, 2019 — The Post East will be closing its doors at 1701 Fatherland St in East Nashville at the end of this month, and the plan is for Frothy Monkey to open a full Frothy location (breakfast through dinner with coffee and full bar) in the space after a brief closure. “We have been patiently waiting for the right East Nashville opportunity to open a Frothy Monkey since we outgrew our BAKERY on Fatherland Street in 2018,” said Frothy Monkey co-owner Ryan Pruitt. “We are excited to be a part of the East Nashville neighborhood again.”
Husband and wife team, Tonya Lewis and Chris Cowley opened The Post East in 2014 as a place that fit the feel and culture of the neighborhood. “The spirit of community that The Post brings to Lockeland Springs is what Frothy brings to all the neighborhoods where they are located,” said The Post East proprietor Tonya Lewis. “There is a personal touch and quality in service that local businesses provide that major chains can’t replicate.”
More details will be released as they become available.
About Frothy Monkey
Coffee, Food, and Wine. Frothy Monkey has been a staple in the Nashville community since 2004. The chef-driven menu offers breakfast, brunch every day, kids menu, lunch + dinner with expanded beverage offerings including coffeehouse standards as well as craft beer, wine + cocktails. They deliver quality, creativity, and approachability in everything served. Locations include 12South, Downtown Nashville, The Nations, Franklin, and Southside Chattanooga. Coffee is roasted locally at Frothy Monkey Roasting Company located at 613 Ewing Ave in Nashville. BAKERY by frothy monkey bread, pastries and cakes are made in Nashville, TN. Visit www.frothymonkey.com for more details. twitter + instagram: @frothymonkey facebook: fb.com/frothymonkey