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The Hart in Chestnut Hill serves a wide selection of yakitori, from salmon and shishito peppers to head-on shrimp and beef heart.
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The Hottest New Restaurants in Nashville, January 2022

22 of Nashville’s hottest new restaurants around town, from an award-winning New York transplant to a tropical spot slinging yakitori and kimchi fried rice

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The Hart in Chestnut Hill serves a wide selection of yakitori, from salmon and shishito peppers to head-on shrimp and beef heart.
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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 nashville@eater.com.

New to the list this month: Drusie & Darr, the Hart, Bringles Smoking Oasis, Audrey, and Black Dynasty in its new location. Leaving the list in this update: Casa Rosa, Assembly Food Hall, Shokku Ramen, Pegasus Pizzeria, The Continental, and 615Chutney.

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1. Serrato's Steakhouse

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3046 Columbia Ave Suite 102
Franklin, TN 37064
(615) 472-8222
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Located in the Parkway Commons Shopping Center is a new steakhouse for Franklin. Award-winning chef Jose Serrato has opened the doors to Serrato’s Steakhouse, where you’ll find some chop house beef (prime New York strip steak, filet mignon, and rib-eye), as well as Cajun-style shrimp fondue with cremini mushrooms, fried calamari, crab bisque, and more.

2. Bringles Smoking Oasis

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4901 Centennial Blvd
Nashville, TN 37209

Open since early December of 2021, notable Nashville pitmaster Carey Bringle doubled his empire in Music City by bringing Texas Hill Country mission-style smoked meats, sides, and bourbon cocktails to a new spot in the Nations. One unexpected but insanely delicious must-order meat on the menu: the pastrami.

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3. Lola

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4401 Murphy Rd
Nashville, TN 37209

Maher Fawaz of Siege Hospitality (Epice, Santo, Kalamatas) debuted a stunning Spanish spot recently in Sylvan Park, at 4401 Murphy Road. On the menu, look for cold tapas like Spanish olives and montadito, plus jamon Iberico and rotating cheese and charcuterie boards alongside hot dishes from fried artichokes and croquetas to papas bravas and octopus with spiced chorizo. 

4. Black Dynasty Secret Ramen House

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4101 Charlotte Ave STE E40
Nashville, TN 37209
(615) 730-9654
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Chef Rooney and his talented noodle squad are back in business on the west side of town, taking over the kitchen seven days a week at Sylvan Supply’s Bearded Iris Brewery. On the menu, look for familiar things like hellfire tonkotsu and garlic bomb shoyu bowls alongside a new vegan ramen and rotating specials.

5. Red Perch

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4101 Charlotte Ave G120
Nashville, TN 37209
(615) 964-7104
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Nicole and Cameron Payne’s Red Perch sold so many chips and fish platters they had to move a few miles west to bigger digs, and their loyal fans are following. The new space (at Sylvan Supply) is so much more spacious than the Arcade — with ample seating and the addition of alcoholic beverages. And, as always, it’s much more than fish and chips here — the filet-of-fish sandwich, Ahi poke, and lumpia are all-stars here too.

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6. V & V Vietnamese Cuisine

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214 Ward Cir # 700
Brentwood, TN 37027
(615) 942-7485
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Wendy Nguyen opened V&V this November, highlighting dishes that she grew up with in Saigon, Vietnam. Formerly a manicurist, Nguyen is stepping out on her own and fulfilling a dream of opening her own restaurant, with dishes she’s long been known to cook for her family. Expect Vietnamese-style egg rolls, various varieties of pho, bun cha, banh mi, and other selections.

7. International Market

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2013 Belmont Blvd
Nashville, TN 37212

One of the most exciting openings of the year is the reemergence of the much-missed International Market — the Myint family’s longtime Nashville mainstay. Now open in the former Blvd space right across the street, look for familiar favorites alongside new offerings like Burmese tomato relish with shrimp powder and shrimp paste — served with prawn crackers and pork rinds for dipping.

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8. EG&MC Cocktail Bar

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924 Jefferson St
Nashville, TN 37208
(615) 490-3825
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Find a vibe and great cocktails at the new bar and southern-rooted tapas hotspot, which took over the former home of the much-missed Garden Brunch Cafe. EG&MC is the brainchild of Clint Gray, Derrick Moore, and EJ Reed (the crew behind Slim + Husky’s Pizza Beeria), alongside craft cocktail guru Gemaal Pratts of Aperitif. Open since July, the menu here is a refreshing one — with shared plates like cheddar bourbon fondue, lamb meatballs stuffed with cheese grits, and peach barbecue-glazed candied yam mac and cheese alongside drinks like the EG&MC signature drink with raisin-soaked Uncle Nearest, Amaro, vermouth, bitters, and chicory liqueur.

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9. Sadie’s

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1200 Villa Pl
Nashville, TN 37212
(615) 988-1200
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Long-anticipated Sadie’s, a Mediterranean all-day cafe, has finally opened its doors. The restaurant takes over the former home of Taco Mamacita in Edgehill, revivified by Red Pebbles Hospitality and chef Margaret LaVetty (formerly of Barcelona Wine Bar). The menu ranges from crispy artichokes to chicken souvlaki kebabs, among other delights.

10. Emery Wood Fired

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2500 12th Ave S
Nashville, TN 37204
(615) 739-5813
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From the owners of the Stillery, alongside restaurateurs Steve Sargent, Jeff Greenlee, and Sasha Qualkenbush and veteran chef Sean Williams, Emery’s menu is an intriguing one. Expect starters like duck liver mousse, clams, and charred onion dip and vegetables-forward dishes like roasted beets, coconut ginger carrots, and grilled Henosis mushroom toast. A handful of pizzas are on offer — from classics like spicy sausage or pepperoni to cacio e pepe and bagel-themed pies. Pasta is looking impressive here too — think crawfish tagliatelle and spicy bison Bolognese with gochujang, whipped ricotta, and basil tuile. Steaks and seafood plates round out the menu.

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11. The Dutch

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300 12th Ave S
Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 379-9000
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Chef Andrew Carmellini partnered with hospitality experts Luke Ostrom and Josh Pickard (NoHo Hospitality) on the Nashville outpost of his New York-based restaurant, located within the newly opened W Hotel. Opened in October, the restaurant serves classic American dishes with some international twists for breakfast, dinner, and weekend brunch. Menu highlights include chilled Atlantic red crab with bloody mary dressing, smoked beet salad, an Ora King salmon tostada with pineapple pico and chipotle crema, and Maine scallops with mezcal butter.

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12. Carne Mare

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300 12th Ave S
Nashville, TN 37203

New York transplant and James Beard award-winning chef Andrew Carmellini opened a Nashville outpost of his Italian chophouse in November. Located on the bottom floor of the W, right next to the second location of New York’s the Dutch, which Carmellini helped launch in October, the menu as expected features a mix of land and sea options. The mozzarella sticks topped with caviar, Spanish octopus with carpaccio, Wagyu cuts, and fire-roasted cabbage are all solid picks on the current menu.

The dining room of Nashville’s Carne Mare.
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13. Drusie & Darr by Jean-Georges

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231 6th Ave N
Nashville, TN 37219
(615) 345-7116
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visually arresting Early in 2021, the historic Hermitage Hotel announced that legendary chef and restaurateur Jean-Georges Vongerichten was tapped to revamp the hotel’s entire culinary program, from top to bottom, while the hotel also saw design updates throughout. Drusie & Darr opened in mid-November, serving true Jean-Georges style, signature plant-based offerings, oven-fired pizzas, and classic cocktails in a setting.

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14. Church and Union

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201 4th Ave N
Nashville, TN 37219
(615) 864-0977
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Church and Union opened in September downtown, dishing out American cuisine from two-time Top Chef alum Jamie Lynch and chef Adam Hodgson. On the menu, find swanky seafood towers, French onion agnolotti, and a Kurobuta pork chop, plus confit Spanish octopus and a certified Angus Beef porterhouse for two. Photo perk: a giant Church & Union dollar bill is on display diagonally behind the bar, decked out with Dolly Parton and Johnny Cash.

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15. The Twelve Thirty Club

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550 Broadway
Nashville, TN 37203
(629) 236-0001
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The First Level at Twelve Thirty Club rolled out in April 2021, just the first of four levels of the new experiential dining destination at Fifth + Broadway. The self-described elevated honky-tonk’s menu runs the gamut from pork belly dumplings, sashimi, and Old Bay-rubbed wings for the table. In September, the swanky club opened fully, adding even more dining and drinking options — with a fabulous rooftop and supper club unlike anything found on Broadway.

16. Calacas Mexican Cuisine

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Marriott Tri-Brand Hotel, 411 Korean Veterans Blvd
Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 915-0552
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Feast on pork pibil tamales, Oaxacan empanadas, and plenty of salsa options alongside barbacoa and carnitas tacos and grilled pescado at the new Mexican restaurant on the ground floor of the AC Hotel by Marriott. The decor draws inspiration from dia de los muertos — the traditional Mexican holiday celebrating friends and family members lost with a multi-day occasion filled with culture and cuisine.

Fried chile relleno with queso fresco, black beans refritos, salsa ranchero, sour cream.
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17. Audrey

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809 Meridian St
Nashville, TN 37207

Sean Brock’s ode to his grandmother Audrey opened at last in October in East Nashville’s McFerrin Park neighborhood with a museum-worthy art collection, historic photographs, and patchwork quilts on the walls, and, of course, a world-class kitchen. If you snag a reservation, look for Appalachian inspiration served on incredible plateware, like the Southern Maple Co. canape board, to start.

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18. The Hart

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321 Hart St
Nashville, TN 37210
(629) 231-4006
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The Hart, a tropical new restaurant and bar, opened in Nashville’s Chestnut Hill neighborhood in late November. Kimchi fried rice, a katsu sando, and a colorful selection of yakitori kick off the menu, but people are raving about the whole smoked duck and grilled fish preparations, as well as the one-pound KLD beef kalbi with all the fixings.

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19. Love And Exile Bar

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715 Main St A
Nashville, TN 37206
(615) 712-9780
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Tyler Alkins’ Nashville Urban Winery, which debuted in 2018 and was destroyed in the March 2020 tornado, has been reborn in the same location under Alkins’ wine label’s name Love and Exile Bar, and it has a fancy new look and food offerings. An added perk: much-adored Ricey & Co. catering will be a permanent Monday night fixture for sampling sample sushi rolls and other offerings.

20. The Authentique

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925 Gallatin Ave Suite 103
Nashville, TN 37206
(615) 649-8204
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Melvil Arnt (Once Upon a Time in France) just opened his third French spot the Authentique at 925 Gallatin Road. The wine bar is Arnt’s lifelong dream and serves a list comprised 50 percent of French wines alongside wine classes, beer, and a small food menu. Arnt has been busy since first opening their first French restaurant in East Nashville back in labrite 2019, which is wildly popular among locals for date night.

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21. Slow Burn Hot Chicken - Hendersonville

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387 E Main St
Hendersonville, TN 37075
(629) 202-7407
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Joyce and Marlon Reed Jr. have opened up a sprawling, new location of their popular hot chicken spot, now in Hendersonville. Their first location opened in Madison, Tennessee back in 2016, though has since closed. But at the Hendersonville venue, you’ll find the same heat levels they’ve come to be known for in their cult-favorite chicken — “sprinkle heat” (just a hint of spice) to “the end” (triple hot) — as well as sides and $5 specials.

22. Pisco305 Peruvian Cuisine and Steakhouse

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452 N Thompson Ln Suite C
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
(615) 962-7500
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Named after the Peruvian city most known for the drink and the area code of Miami, Pisco305 is getting big-city rave reviews well outside the Nashville city limits. Quick crowd favorites here include ceviche platters, Peruvian fried rice, lomo saltado, and churrasco verde. Pisco305 also serves brunch on weekends.

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1. Serrato's Steakhouse

3046 Columbia Ave Suite 102, Franklin, TN 37064

Located in the Parkway Commons Shopping Center is a new steakhouse for Franklin. Award-winning chef Jose Serrato has opened the doors to Serrato’s Steakhouse, where you’ll find some chop house beef (prime New York strip steak, filet mignon, and rib-eye), as well as Cajun-style shrimp fondue with cremini mushrooms, fried calamari, crab bisque, and more.

3046 Columbia Ave Suite 102
Franklin, TN 37064

2. Bringles Smoking Oasis

4901 Centennial Blvd, Nashville, TN 37209
Bringle’s Smoking Oasis

Open since early December of 2021, notable Nashville pitmaster Carey Bringle doubled his empire in Music City by bringing Texas Hill Country mission-style smoked meats, sides, and bourbon cocktails to a new spot in the Nations. One unexpected but insanely delicious must-order meat on the menu: the pastrami.

4901 Centennial Blvd
Nashville, TN 37209

3. Lola

4401 Murphy Rd, Nashville, TN 37209

Maher Fawaz of Siege Hospitality (Epice, Santo, Kalamatas) debuted a stunning Spanish spot recently in Sylvan Park, at 4401 Murphy Road. On the menu, look for cold tapas like Spanish olives and montadito, plus jamon Iberico and rotating cheese and charcuterie boards alongside hot dishes from fried artichokes and croquetas to papas bravas and octopus with spiced chorizo. 

4401 Murphy Rd
Nashville, TN 37209

4. Black Dynasty Secret Ramen House

4101 Charlotte Ave STE E40, Nashville, TN 37209

Chef Rooney and his talented noodle squad are back in business on the west side of town, taking over the kitchen seven days a week at Sylvan Supply’s Bearded Iris Brewery. On the menu, look for familiar things like hellfire tonkotsu and garlic bomb shoyu bowls alongside a new vegan ramen and rotating specials.

4101 Charlotte Ave STE E40
Nashville, TN 37209

5. Red Perch

4101 Charlotte Ave G120, Nashville, TN 37209
Red Perch/Facebook

Nicole and Cameron Payne’s Red Perch sold so many chips and fish platters they had to move a few miles west to bigger digs, and their loyal fans are following. The new space (at Sylvan Supply) is so much more spacious than the Arcade — with ample seating and the addition of alcoholic beverages. And, as always, it’s much more than fish and chips here — the filet-of-fish sandwich, Ahi poke, and lumpia are all-stars here too.

4101 Charlotte Ave G120
Nashville, TN 37209

6. V & V Vietnamese Cuisine

214 Ward Cir # 700, Brentwood, TN 37027

Wendy Nguyen opened V&V this November, highlighting dishes that she grew up with in Saigon, Vietnam. Formerly a manicurist, Nguyen is stepping out on her own and fulfilling a dream of opening her own restaurant, with dishes she’s long been known to cook for her family. Expect Vietnamese-style egg rolls, various varieties of pho, bun cha, banh mi, and other selections.

214 Ward Cir # 700
Brentwood, TN 37027

7. International Market

2013 Belmont Blvd, Nashville, TN 37212
International Market/Instagram

One of the most exciting openings of the year is the reemergence of the much-missed International Market — the Myint family’s longtime Nashville mainstay. Now open in the former Blvd space right across the street, look for familiar favorites alongside new offerings like Burmese tomato relish with shrimp powder and shrimp paste — served with prawn crackers and pork rinds for dipping.

2013 Belmont Blvd
Nashville, TN 37212

8. EG&MC Cocktail Bar

924 Jefferson St, Nashville, TN 37208
EG &MC Cocktail Bar/Facebook

Find a vibe and great cocktails at the new bar and southern-rooted tapas hotspot, which took over the former home of the much-missed Garden Brunch Cafe. EG&MC is the brainchild of Clint Gray, Derrick Moore, and EJ Reed (the crew behind Slim + Husky’s Pizza Beeria), alongside craft cocktail guru Gemaal Pratts of Aperitif. Open since July, the menu here is a refreshing one — with shared plates like cheddar bourbon fondue, lamb meatballs stuffed with cheese grits, and peach barbecue-glazed candied yam mac and cheese alongside drinks like the EG&MC signature drink with raisin-soaked Uncle Nearest, Amaro, vermouth, bitters, and chicory liqueur.

924 Jefferson St
Nashville, TN 37208

9. Sadie’s

1200 Villa Pl, Nashville, TN 37212

Long-anticipated Sadie’s, a Mediterranean all-day cafe, has finally opened its doors. The restaurant takes over the former home of Taco Mamacita in Edgehill, revivified by Red Pebbles Hospitality and chef Margaret LaVetty (formerly of Barcelona Wine Bar). The menu ranges from crispy artichokes to chicken souvlaki kebabs, among other delights.

1200 Villa Pl
Nashville, TN 37212

10. Emery Wood Fired

2500 12th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37204
Emery Wood Fired/Facebook

From the owners of the Stillery, alongside restaurateurs Steve Sargent, Jeff Greenlee, and Sasha Qualkenbush and veteran chef Sean Williams, Emery’s menu is an intriguing one. Expect starters like duck liver mousse, clams, and charred onion dip and vegetables-forward dishes like roasted beets, coconut ginger carrots, and grilled Henosis mushroom toast. A handful of pizzas are on offer — from classics like spicy sausage or pepperoni to cacio e pepe and bagel-themed pies. Pasta is looking impressive here too — think crawfish tagliatelle and spicy bison Bolognese with gochujang, whipped ricotta, and basil tuile. Steaks and seafood plates round out the menu.

2500 12th Ave S
Nashville, TN 37204

11. The Dutch

300 12th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203
The Dutch/Facebook

Chef Andrew Carmellini partnered with hospitality experts Luke Ostrom and Josh Pickard (NoHo Hospitality) on the Nashville outpost of his New York-based restaurant, located within the newly opened W Hotel. Opened in October, the restaurant serves classic American dishes with some international twists for breakfast, dinner, and weekend brunch. Menu highlights include chilled Atlantic red crab with bloody mary dressing, smoked beet salad, an Ora King salmon tostada with pineapple pico and chipotle crema, and Maine scallops with mezcal butter.

300 12th Ave S
Nashville, TN 37203

12. Carne Mare

300 12th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203
The dining room of Nashville’s Carne Mare.
Sam Angel Photography/Eater Nashville

New York transplant and James Beard award-winning chef Andrew Carmellini opened a Nashville outpost of his Italian chophouse in November. Located on the bottom floor of the W, right next to the second location of New York’s the Dutch, which Carmellini helped launch in October, the menu as expected features a mix of land and sea options. The mozzarella sticks topped with caviar, Spanish octopus with carpaccio, Wagyu cuts, and fire-roasted cabbage are all solid picks on the current menu.

300 12th Ave S
Nashville, TN 37203

13. Drusie & Darr by Jean-Georges

231 6th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37219
Drusie & Darr by Jean-Georges

visually arresting Early in 2021, the historic Hermitage Hotel announced that legendary chef and restaurateur Jean-Georges Vongerichten was tapped to revamp the hotel’s entire culinary program, from top to bottom, while the hotel also saw design updates throughout. Drusie & Darr opened in mid-November, serving true Jean-Georges style, signature plant-based offerings, oven-fired pizzas, and classic cocktails in a setting.

231 6th Ave N
Nashville, TN 37219

14. Church and Union

201 4th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37219
Church and Union/Facebook

Church and Union opened in September downtown, dishing out American cuisine from two-time Top Chef alum Jamie Lynch and chef Adam Hodgson. On the menu, find swanky seafood towers, French onion agnolotti, and a Kurobuta pork chop, plus confit Spanish octopus and a certified Angus Beef porterhouse for two. Photo perk: a giant Church & Union dollar bill is on display diagonally behind the bar, decked out with Dolly Parton and Johnny Cash.

201 4th Ave N
Nashville, TN 37219

15. The Twelve Thirty Club

550 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203

The First Level at Twelve Thirty Club rolled out in April 2021, just the first of four levels of the new experiential dining destination at Fifth + Broadway. The self-described elevated honky-tonk’s menu runs the gamut from pork belly dumplings, sashimi, and Old Bay-rubbed wings for the table. In September, the swanky club opened fully, adding even more dining and drinking options — with a fabulous rooftop and supper club unlike anything found on Broadway.

550 Broadway
Nashville, TN 37203

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16. Calacas Mexican Cuisine

Marriott Tri-Brand Hotel, 411 Korean Veterans Blvd, Nashville, TN 37203
Fried chile relleno with queso fresco, black beans refritos, salsa ranchero, sour cream.
Calacas Mexican Cuisine/Facebook

Feast on pork pibil tamales, Oaxacan empanadas, and plenty of salsa options alongside barbacoa and carnitas tacos and grilled pescado at the new Mexican restaurant on the ground floor of the AC Hotel by Marriott. The decor draws inspiration from dia de los muertos — the traditional Mexican holiday celebrating friends and family members lost with a multi-day occasion filled with culture and cuisine.

Marriott Tri-Brand Hotel, 411 Korean Veterans Blvd
Nashville, TN 37203

17. Audrey

809 Meridian St, Nashville, TN 37207
Emily Dorio

Sean Brock’s ode to his grandmother Audrey opened at last in October in East Nashville’s McFerrin Park neighborhood with a museum-worthy art collection, historic photographs, and patchwork quilts on the walls, and, of course, a world-class kitchen. If you snag a reservation, look for Appalachian inspiration served on incredible plateware, like the Southern Maple Co. canape board, to start.

809 Meridian St
Nashville, TN 37207

18. The Hart

321 Hart St, Nashville, TN 37210
@reidbrandphotography/The Hart

The Hart, a tropical new restaurant and bar, opened in Nashville’s Chestnut Hill neighborhood in late November. Kimchi fried rice, a katsu sando, and a colorful selection of yakitori kick off the menu, but people are raving about the whole smoked duck and grilled fish preparations, as well as the one-pound KLD beef kalbi with all the fixings.

321 Hart St
Nashville, TN 37210

19. Love And Exile Bar

715 Main St A, Nashville, TN 37206

Tyler Alkins’ Nashville Urban Winery, which debuted in 2018 and was destroyed in the March 2020 tornado, has been reborn in the same location under Alkins’ wine label’s name Love and Exile Bar, and it has a fancy new look and food offerings. An added perk: much-adored Ricey & Co. catering will be a permanent Monday night fixture for sampling sample sushi rolls and other offerings.

715 Main St A
Nashville, TN 37206

20. The Authentique

925 Gallatin Ave Suite 103, Nashville, TN 37206
The Authentique

Melvil Arnt (Once Upon a Time in France) just opened his third French spot the Authentique at 925 Gallatin Road. The wine bar is Arnt’s lifelong dream and serves a list comprised 50 percent of French wines alongside wine classes, beer, and a small food menu. Arnt has been busy since first opening their first French restaurant in East Nashville back in labrite 2019, which is wildly popular among locals for date night.

925 Gallatin Ave Suite 103
Nashville, TN 37206

21. Slow Burn Hot Chicken - Hendersonville

387 E Main St, Hendersonville, TN 37075

Joyce and Marlon Reed Jr. have opened up a sprawling, new location of their popular hot chicken spot, now in Hendersonville. Their first location opened in Madison, Tennessee back in 2016, though has since closed. But at the Hendersonville venue, you’ll find the same heat levels they’ve come to be known for in their cult-favorite chicken — “sprinkle heat” (just a hint of spice) to “the end” (triple hot) — as well as sides and $5 specials.

387 E Main St
Hendersonville, TN 37075

22. Pisco305 Peruvian Cuisine and Steakhouse

452 N Thompson Ln Suite C, Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Pisco305/Facebook

Named after the Peruvian city most known for the drink and the area code of Miami, Pisco305 is getting big-city rave reviews well outside the Nashville city limits. Quick crowd favorites here include ceviche platters, Peruvian fried rice, lomo saltado, and churrasco verde. Pisco305 also serves brunch on weekends.

452 N Thompson Ln Suite C
Murfreesboro, TN 37129

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