Hillsboro Village’s New E3 Chophouse opens tonight for dinner — bringing a high-end steak and seafood restaurant to the bustling Nashville neighborhood.
With a menu of raw bar options, beef, and a slew of cocktails, the self-proclaimed ranch-to-restaurant will be open Sunday through Thursday, 5-10 p.m., and on Friday and Saturday from 5 to 11 p.m.
The kitchen are bar were designed by Nashville-based Katalyst Restaurant Group — featuring self-cleaning Henny Penny fryers, Electrolux Combi oven with sous vide capabilities, Perlick bars, and a Traeger smoker.
Elements of both E3’s Ranch and its Colorado restaurant will be incorporated into the restaurant through elements like mushroom wood paneling, gondola cables on the staircase, wall treatments with stones native to both Tennessee and Colorado, and murals commissioned by local artists.
Local fabricators will contributed to the aesthetic, including Good Wood, interior wood finishes; Kings, custom booths, banquettes, and furniture; Caroll by Design, custom light fixtures; Masaya Company, custom chairs and bar stools; Metal Fred, bar and wine room shelving and display; Olasubomi Bashorun, custom murals; and Stone-Crete Artistry, bar tops and sinks. E3 Chophouse Nashville is designed and developed in partnership with GBT Realty and Remick Moore Architect. Sarah Milkie and Cara Brock are interior designers on the project.
The original E3 Chophouse in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, was founded in 2013 and is owned by brothers Adam, Andy and Jeff LaRoche.
In the spirit of honoring the animal and utilizing the entire steer, other E3 projects evolved including E3 K9 Performance and a near future E3 ABF jerky company. The popular hunting show and product line
Buck Commander is where LaRoche befriended Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan, which ultimately led to plans for Nashville.
Take a look inside the new space, which opens for dinner starting tonight.
- Hillsboro Village’s New Chophouse Serves Steak, Seafood, and Sous Vide Cocktails [ENASH]
- E3 Chophouse [Official Site]