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Chattanooga's Milk and Honey Headed for Gulch Crossing Development

Plans are to open the full service restaurant in early summer of 2016.

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Milk & Honey in Chattanooga.
Milk & Honey in Chattanooga.
Milk & Honey

It's now been over a year since Chattanooga-based Milk and Honey's entrance into Nashville was first announced, and finally it has found a home. The Tennessean had previously mentioned owners Mike and Taylor Monen's lease negotiations for space in The Gulch, but those plans were made official earlier today via media release, as they plan to take over 5,000 square feet on the ground floor of the Gulch Crossing project.

Like the Chattanooga original, this location will offer full service breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week, including a full bar, specialty coffee, gelato, paletas and other snacks. An outdoor patio will also be part of the dining space.

Milk and Honey was originally slated for the ground floor at 1700 Church Street, but those plans changed back in June, when the Monens decided to expand another Chattanooga concept, Clyde's, to that property.

Milk & Honey

214 11th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203, USA

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