The March 3 Nashville tornado devastated several neighborhoods in Middle Tennessee, meanwhile also dramatically affecting the Nashville restaurant industry. In its wake, dozens of restaurants (from North Nashville and Germantown to East Nashville and Hermitage) are still closed short-term due to power loss, while others’ extensive damaged caused more long-term closures. Still, plenty of restaurants remain unharmed and open for meals, friendly gatherings, free coffee, and charging stations. And without a doubt, the Volunteer State will continue to show up in the form of free meals, fundraising, clean-up efforts, and more.
Mar 11, 2020, 7:49pm CDT
March 16, 2020
Where to support local by dining out in the heaviest hit areas, as others await power and repairs
March 13, 2020
Germantown, North and East Nashville were hit pretty hard
March 11, 2020
Free meals, discounted hotels, and fundraising efforts in the wake of last night’s tornadoes