NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 7, 2021) – The largest food hall in the country will hold its grand opening events beginning this Friday, June 11. Assembly Food Hall, a 100,000 sq. ft. dining and entertainment venue in the heart of downtown Nashville, debuts with a ribbon cutting, live performances, a special brunch and more.
Nashville Chamber will officially welcome Assembly Food Hall to the city with a ribbon cutting on Friday, June 11 at 7:00 p.m. Later that evening, country music legends Diamond Rio will perform at The Showcase, the rooftop bar and concert venue at Assembly Food Hall with views of Broadway, Bridgestone Arena, Ryman Auditorium and more. Special guest Walker Hayes will open the show. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and showtime is 7:00 p.m. To wrap up the eventful weekend, guests are invited to the Sparkle and Drag Show Brunch on Sunday, June 13, with showtimes at noon and 2:30. The event is free with VIP ticket options available.
“Assembly Food Hall is Nashville’s Gathering Place, offering guests a collection of some of the best of Nashville under one roof – food, drinks and live entertainment,” said David Daniels, at The Food Hall Co., Assembly Food Hall’s parent company. “We are proud to be a part of the exciting downtown scene and offer a place for locals, tourists, foodies and music lovers alike to gather in this unique space.”
Assembly Food Hall, located on the second and third floors of Fifth + Broadway, is a premier experiential dining and entertainment destination, offering three stages, the largest rooftop, The Showcase rooftop concert venue and 30+ eateries and bars to Music City’s guests and locals. Eateries include Nashville beloved staples like Prince’s Hot Chicken and Pharmacy Burger, as well as new concepts including Hōru Sushi, Sixty Vines and Velvet Taco.
The world-class food hall concept has been in the works for more than two years. Alongside more than two dozen eateries, Assembly Food Hall offers guests access to 10 new bars, including:
- Blush, a wine bar,
- Homegrown, a beer-centered bar with 32 draft beers on tap,
- Agave Maria, specializing in tequila and margaritas,
- Single Barrel, offering the best Tennessee Whiskey, and
- The Showcase, the expansive rooftop bar and venue.
Assembly Food Hall first opened its doors in March with eight eateries and two bars. The second phase, completing the operation, is now open.
Assembly Food Hall eateries include:
- Coco’s Café & Dulce
- Coco’s Fresh Italian
- Cotton & Snow
- DeSano Pizzeria
- Donut Distillery
- Hattie Jane’s Creamery
- Hōru Sushi Kitchen
- Istanbul Shawarma
- NoBaked Cookie Dough
- Oke Poké
- Pharmacy Burger
- Pharmacy Wurst
- Philly Special
- Prince’s Hot Chicken
- Smokin Chikin
- Steam Boys
- Thai Esane
- The Liege Waffle Co.
- Velvet Taco
- Whisk Crepes Café
The Showcase will feature free live performances throughout the weekend, starting Saturday at 6:00 p.m. To learn more about upcoming events and purchase tickets for the concert or drag brunch, visit assemblyfoodhall.com/events.
About The Food Hall Co.
The Food Hall Co. is an anchor tenant that creates world class dining and 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. The Food Hall Co. is the parent company of Assembly Food Hall in Nashville.
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 delivers 200,000 square feet of strategically important retail and entertainment, 372,000 square feet of Class-A office space at 501 Commerce, 381 residential units at The Place at Fifth + Broadway, the 56,000 square foot National Museum for African American Music, and more than 2,000 parking spaces. Fifth + Broadway’s office tower has begun first tenant move-ins and its apartment tower is now open to residents. Retail and entertainment will open Spring 2021.
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