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Owners of East Nashville's Wild Cow Opening Graze in Former Silly Goose Space

Breakfast, fresh pressed juices and cocktails are in the plans.

Eater Nashville

Less than four months after the shockingly sudden closure of East Nashville favorite The Silly Goose, plans are underway for Graze, a new restaurant from the owners of nearby vegetarian eatery The Wild Cow, to take over the space.

Co-owner Melanie Cochran tells Eater that Graze will be an all-day plant-based casual restaurant, offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. Wild Cow chef Nick Davis is currently working to finalize the menu, but Cochran says that lunch and dinner at Graze will differ from Wild Cow "in terms of the style of food." Other new additions will include fresh pressed juices during breakfast, and full bar service, including "unique cocktails," starting in the afternoons and running until 11 p.m. six days a week.

Cochran says that they are hoping to open by mid-March, so be sure to check back for more updates.

Graze

1888 Eastland Ave, Nashville, TN 37206, USA

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