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Italian Restaurant Tartufo Has Closed Its Doors in Midtown

The Hayes Street property appears to once again be in transition

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The revolving restaurant door that is the 1808 Hayes St. property in Midtown appears to once again be in motion, as Italian restaurant Tartufo has closed its doors.

No official announcement has been made, but the closure appears to have occurred sometime after March 20, the date of the restaurant’s last post to social media. A tipster sent Eater Nashville a photo of a note posted on the restaurant’s front door that simply states ‘Closed Until Further Notice,’ with a number for Don McGhee, CEO of McGhee Entertainment and part owner of Tartufo, provided for questions. A representative at his office confirmed with Eater that Tartufo was indeed closed, but declined to comment on any other specifics.

Opened in mid-2016, Tartufo was the fourth restaurant in a little over five years to call the house on Hayes St. home. Previous tenants include Mambu (closed New Year’s Eve 2012), Rosebud (closed May 2013), and Magnolia South (closed August 2015).

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