Update: Metro’s Chief Medical Director Dr. Michael Caldwell finally made the call on Friday, March 20, to halt dine-in service at all Davidson County restaurants, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Take-out orders, curbside pick-up, drive-thru, and delivery are still permitted.
As the global COVID-19 pandemic continues, many Nashville restaurants and bars are taking it upon themselves to close or completely change their models of service. These are two ways to help enforce social distancing, which slows down the spread of the novel coronavirus. Likewise, many are offering new delivery and takeout options as well. Here, Eater is tracking which businesses are or will temporarily close and which ones are changing their service models or hours.
Keep in mind many of these restaurants are selling gift cards and other merchandise to help support displaced staff and stay afloat.
Know of any other Nashville restaurants temporarily closing, shifting to pickup/delivery only, or changing hours due to coronavirus concerns? Let Eater know at email@example.com.
Nashville Temporary Restaurant/Bar Shutters
8th & Roast: Buy products and gift cards online.
The 404 Kitchen
Acme Feed & Seed
Butcher & Bee
The Catbird Seat
Cork & Cow (Franklin) is closed through at least Saturday, March 21.
Cross-Eyed Critters at the Graduate Nashville
D’Andrews Bakery & Cafe
Dallas & Jane (Murfreesboro)
Deacon’s New South
Downtown Sporting Club
Eastern Peak (Gulch)
Kawai Poke Co.
Listening Room Cafe
Luke’s 32 Bridge
Lyra is closed until Tuesday, March 17, and will add a new takeout menu.
The Mac Shack Food Truck is closing for the week, will add delivery/take-out plan soon.
Music City Chicken Co.
Nashville Venezuela Food is closed Tuesday and Wednesday.
Nicky’s Coal Fired
The Patterson House
Pelican & Pig
Poindexter at Gradate Nashville
Red Phone Booth
Saint Stephen is closed until Wednesday, March 18, and will reopen with to-go and pantry items like fresh pasta, biscuits, meatballs, and house bloody mary mix.
Setsun is closed in its Sky Blue pop-up location, but when it reopens will have a new home. Sinema is closed until at least Thursday, March 19.
Slow Hand is closed Tuesday and Wednesday, reopening with delivery options on Thursday.
Tailor is closed until at least March 25.
Treehouse is continuing its closure, post-tornado damage.
Urban Cowboy Public House is closed for all of March.
Zulema’s Taqueria is closed until Wednesday, March 18.
Nashville Restaurants Pivoting to Takeout/Delivery Only
5th & Taylor: serving family meals and provisions from baked goods to daily vegetables from Southland Farms.
12 South Taproom: serving snack packs, produce boxes, meat, and more (to-go or $5 delivery). Call 615-463-7552 to order.
51 North Taproom: selling produce boxes, eggs, meat, beyond meat, lasagna and more. Call 629-800-2454 for pick-up, or through Postmates for delivery.
615 Waffles: to-go waffle sundaes, vegan and regular liege-style waffles for later. On Postmates or call 615-481-0981 for curbside pick-up.
Bishop’s in Frankling
Bolton’s Food Truck
The Cafe at Thistle Farms
The Chef & I
Fat Botton Brewing/Hop Yard is serving to-go burgers and sandwiches, and also 6-packs of beer.
Fat Kat Slim’s has added a drive-thru option on the east side of the building. Order by phone, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.
Funk Seoul Factory
Gifford’s (Prime South Meats) selling smoked meat by the pound, plus bacon, bologna, and sides
In Good Company
Riddim n Spice
Rolf & Daughters
Rosie’s Twin Kegs