In Facebook and Instagram posts after midnight Friday, the team from Germantown’s Kuchnia & Keller announced that “due to many circumstances” the final service for the restaurant will be Sunday brunch on July 29.
“We want to thank each and every person who has come in and supported us over the last eight months, and all those people who worked tremendously hard to open our restaurant,” the owners said on social media.
Kuchnia & Keller opened in November, bringing eastern European cuisine to Germantown, and really, to Nashville. The menu featured hearty dishes like beef goulash, beer bratwurst, and ricotta dumplings The restaurant was the first project from chef and co-owner Aaron Clemins, who previously worked as sous chef at City House, the venerable Germantown restaurant from James Beard award-winning chef Tandy Wilson.
Eater Nashville reached out for comment following the post. Read the full closure announcement below.
To all our Nashville friends + family: We are sad to announce that due to many circumstances, our last service at K & K will be Sunday Brunch, July 29th. We want to thank each and every person who has come in and supported us over the last eight months, and all those people who worked tremendously hard to open our restaurant. We would like to invite you all to come in and grab one last #beer , or meal and help us say goodbye to our neighborhood corner bar. Building this #restaurant was a dream come true, and we are so glad we were able to share our food and vision with you. We could not have done any of this without all of you. And are truly grateful for the run that we’ve had. Sincerely, Aaron, Christen, Buddy, Erica, Mark, Katie, Lucas and the K + K Staff • • #kuchniaandkeller #nashvillefood #germantownnashville #nashvilletn #dinnertime #nashville #closingtime #eatlocal