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Salt & Vine Plans June Opening in Sylvan Heights; Sushi Takeover Coming to The Treehouse

And other midweek restaurant news.

Salt & Vine owner Mattie Jackson in the future space.
Salt & Vine owner Mattie Jackson in the future space.
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SYLVAN HEIGHTS - New European-style marketplace, wine bar and tasting room Salt & Vine is slated to open this June in the new Hill Center Sylvan Heights development. Additionally, they'll also offer a seasonal small plate dining menu along with a bottle shop and full bar. [EaterWire]

EAST NASHVILLE - Treehouse is throwing a sushi takeover on Wednesday, April 27, starting at 10 p.m. Co-owner Corey Ladd tells Eater that it will be "in a traditional Japanese style" and focus on fresh fish and vegetables, eschewing the mayo sauce and crunchy-style sushi that's become the standard in Nashville. The menu will be a la carte and reservations can be made by calling (615) 454-4201. [Facebook]

8TH AVE SOUTH - Recently opened Mangia Nashville began lunch service earlier this week, serving a menu of focaccia, sandwiches, salads and small plates. Hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday. [Facebook]

GERMANTOWN - Cochon Butcher and Little Donkey are teaming up to host a 'Butcher Block Party' on Sunday, April 10 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Germantown Market (1120 4th Avenue North). Tickets to the event are $35 and include unlimited hot, boiled crawfish from chef Donald Link and his cousin Billy Link, tacos from Little Donkey and beer from Jackalope Brewing Co. Specialty cocktails and margaritas will also be available for purchase. [EaterWire]

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