Despite the ongoing health crisis and construction and permitting delays caused by local government shutdowns over the last several months, new restaurants continue opening across Nashville. While some of these restaurants are open for dine-in service, many establishments are placing greater emphasis on patios and outdoor seating options, as well as takeout and delivery. Here, Eater shines the spotlight on a few of Nashville’s newest restaurants to check out this month. Know of something new and exciting that should be on our radar? Email the Eater Nashville team at email@example.com.
It’s been busy around here, and there’s a whopping 6 new places entering the scene this time around. New to the list this month: Church and Union, the Dutch, Emery, International Market, Lola, Love & Exile, and Red Perch.
Leaving the list in this update: Thai Esane Brentwood.
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