Just a few months after Steve Palmer and his Charleston-based Indigo Road Restaurant Group opened Oak Steakhouse, their first Nashville expansion, news is out that they will land in Germantown next, giving that neighborhood its first sushi restaurant.
The 110-seat O-Ku, which currently has outlets in Charlotte and Atlanta, along with the Charleston original, will take up 4,000-square-feet in a new development near the banks of the Cumberland River, reports Nashville Business Journal. That project will also be home to a trio of Atlanta restaurateur Ford Fry’s restaurants, along with popsicle-makers King of Pops.
Open for dinner only, O-Ku’s three outposts serve up a large variety of sushi, including rolls, nigiri and sashimi, along with starters, assorted hot dishes and a $100 per person omakase. A full bar with house cocktails and a decent assortment of sake rounds things out.
Palmer tells the NBJ that he is expecting a fall 2018 opening, so be sure to check back in the future for additional intel.