More changes in the kitchen at SILO, as Eater has gotten confirmation that veteran local chef Kristin Beringson will be taking the reins at the Germantown restaurant and bar beginning March 8.
Beringson, who previously ran the kitchens at City Winery and Holland House Bar & Refuge, is taking over for Alex Grainger, who had been at SILO since late July and is now joining his girlfriend Lauren Moskovitz as full time owner/operators of Little Mosko's, a new cafe and bakery that recently opened at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center in the Trolley Barns at Rolling Mill Hill.
Moskovitz, whose parents owned and operated the popular Mosko's Muncheonette in Elliston Place nearly 15 years ago, and Grainger are reviving some of the eatery's classic dishes, like the 'Turkey Munch' detailed at great length in a Nashville Scene piece last week, as well as serving up gluten-free baked goods and other breakfast and lunch items.
Open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, Grainger says that they are currently going into their fourth week of business and are still in a 'soft opening' phase, offering a concise morning menu (four items) and a slightly larger midday menu with several sandwich options, a soup, a salad and a rotating chef's special, with baked goods offered all day long. They also have a full espresso bar featuring Mr. Espresso coffee out of Oakland, Cali.