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Check Out the Modern, Light-filled Interior at Lulu, Open Today in Germantown

It’s the first fast-casual project from one of Nashville’s most well-known restaurateurs

Today’s the day, as Lulu, the first fast-casual restaurant from Miranda Pontes and her newly formed Gather Hospitality group, opened its doors this morning in Germantown.

Located at 313 Jefferson Street, just a stone’s throw from the main entrance of First Tennessee Park, Nashville firm DAAD served as architect and contributed interior design services, along with Anne Marie Garcia, for the 3,200-square-foot newly built space. It features an open floor plan with community seating, four-tops and a 19-seat bar, along with additional window seating. Blonde wood and white subway tiles are used throughout, with two walls of windows allowing ample natural light. Scandinavian furniture and fixtures are also used throughout the space. And there are plenty of other details, including a neon sign spelling out the restaurant’s mantra: “Yes to All.”

Hours are 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week. So take a look around, and if you go, be sure to send any first impressions to the tipline.

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