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This East Nashville Vegetarian Restaurant Is Relocating

The Wild Cow moves from Eastland to Fatherland this fall

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The Wild Cow — an East Nashville institution for those seeking vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and soy-free restaurant meals — is moving, according to The East Nashvillian. The decade-old restaurant will abandon its current digs on Eastland Avenue for a new, larger space that housed recently shuttered Local Taco, at 1100 Fatherland.

Beyond more dining space, the Fatherland location will also feature a full bar and a heated patio. With the move, chef Ryan Toll joins current co-owners Melanie and John Cochran as a full business partner, reports The East Nashvillian.

The Wild Cow serves a wide range of vegetarian and vegan dishes — including vegan queso, a Be-Hive seitan gyro salad, tofu-topped Reuben, and tacos stuffed with sweet potatoes and black beans. They also offer salads, sandwiches, wraps, and grain bowls, plus a small selection of beer and wine.

The new location is expected to open in early November of this year.

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