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Bungalow10 Set to Open Its Doors in Hillsboro Village Next Week

Plus, Love Language closes, Zeppelin gets igloos, and more

A rectangular bar with seats lit up underneath with blue and red lights with plants hanging overhead Bungalow10
Jackie Gutierrez-Jones is the editor of Eater Nashville. She has over a decade of experience writing, editing, and leading content teams in the food, drink, travel, and tech space.

Bungalow10 prepares to open in Hillsboro Village on January 19

The owners of Supper Club Belcourt (Make a Play Hospitality) are seemingly big fans of their Hillsboro Village digs — co-owners and operators Joe Johnson and Robert Higgins’ are moving forward with their second restaurant in Nashville, Bungalow10.

Located at 1910 Belcourt Ave, the 4,800-square-foot space will feature a tropical motif, with vibrant decor, an outdoor patio, and 13 roomy booths (i.e. “bungalows”) that can seat up to 10 people. The bungalows can be veiled for privacy with curtains, and each has its own TV and speaker system.

The menu, curated by Culinary Director Brandon Truesdale, represents a wide array of regions, with dishes like St. Louis-style fried rice, an Atlantic salmon burger, empanadas, fried snapper, and spicy rigatoni. Bungalow10’s drink offerings will range from hand-crafted cocktails to shareable punch bowls.

Brunch service will also be offered Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Bungalow10 is slated to open to the public on Friday, January 19.

Three different style pizza pies sitting on white plates Bungalow10
A bright blue drink in a tumbler garnished with lime and orange peel sitting on a bar Bungalow10

Love Language closes after over a year in Midtown

Love Language took to its Instagram account to announce that it had closed its doors on Wednesday, January 3 after opening in 2022 in Midtown.

Located in the former Bound’ry space, Love Language was a multi-level concept that featured a pizza bar, restaurant, and event space (The Caldwell). Owner Crosby Keltner brought on chef Brad Webb to helm the menu, which focused on smaller, shareable plates influenced by the cooking techniques and styles of Spain, France, Italy, and the South. While the blistered wood-fired pies were favorites, the restaurant was also known for its creative cocktails and artfully presented plates of smoked meats, seasonal vegetables, and desserts.

In August 2023, the restaurant was broken into, and several bottles and cases of alcohol were stolen. The suspected perpetrator was apprehended by Metro Nashville Police a few weeks following the incident.

‘No Decision Sundays’ dinner service at iggy’s

Decision fatigue is real. So Wedgewood-Houston’s iggy’s is taking one for the team and launching “No Decision Sundays” at the restaurant’s chef’s counter on Sundays from 5 to 9 p.m. The experience includes two starter dishes, three pasta dishes, one dessert, and a bottle of wine for $130 per pair. The coursed menu is completely decided by iggy’s team and allows guests to not only watch them cook, plate, and present every dish but also interact with the chefs and ask questions about the meal. Every Sunday there are eight reservations available for parties of two to book the experience. Reservations are required and available via Tock.

Because the holiday pop-ups just won’t quit

Downtown rooftop restaurant, Zeppelin, has launched a snow globe experience that is available now through the end of February. The Snow Globes can seat up to eight people and can be booked daily beginning at 4 p.m. A special drink and food menu is available for those booking the globes — cocktails include a winter sangria, the Gingerbread Man made with RumChata and gingerbread syrup, various nonalcoholic options, along with broiled meatballs, chicken lemongrass potstickers, whipped garlic-feta dip, and a charcuterie board. Each snow globe reservation requires a minimum food and beverage spend of $175 with an 18% service charge. To book, email

Three plastic snow globes on a rooftop with three individuals standing in front of them conversing Zeppelin

Tickets now available for the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville Bourbon Party

This Friday at 6:30 p.m., the annual Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville caps off the day’s events with a bourbon party at the Music Cit Center featuring Southern bites, live music from the Castellows, and bourbon tastings that include an extensive lineup of Jack Daniel’s whiskey, such as Gentlemen Jack, Jack Single Barrel Select, Jack Single Barrel Rye, and Jack Single Barrel Proof. Tickets are $85 per person and are available for purchase here.

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