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Another Charleston-based Restaurant, Halls Chophouse, Is Heading to Nashville

The Hall family is opening their first iteration of the special occasion destination outside of South Carolina

a cutting board labeled Halls Chophouse holds a large cut of meat, surrounded on the right by assorted side dishes Halls Chophouse/Facebook

Halls Chophouse, the award-winning South Carolina steakhouse, has launched plans to open its first restaurant outside of South Carolina right here in Nashville.

The Music City chophouse will be the fifth for the hall family, planting roots in the new downtown Broadwest building — a mixed-use community with office, retail, condos, and the luxury Conrad Nashville hotel that will be anchored by a 1.5-acre plaza.

On the menu at the glitzy Halls Chophouse in Charleston, plenty of raw and chilled seafood plus classic soups to start, followed by quintessential steaks, chops, and other options like lobster thermidor and qual with roasted gravy.

The Hall family opened its first location in Charleston in 2009, and the brand as Hall Management has grown to eight restaurants (before Nashville) including High Cotton, Slightly North of Broad, Rita’s Seaside Grille, and Halls Signature Events. Jeanne Hall and her sons, Tommy and Billy Hall proudly manage the group as a family.

A Facebook post said to expect a Spring 2022 opening for the Nashville location.

Halls Chophouse [All Eater Carolinas Coverage]

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