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All new Nashville Restaurants to try! Options for whatever your favorite may be – Southern Classics with a twist, Extended tasting menus, Brunch, and more, there is something new and exciting for everyone!
S.S. Gai is a new Thai chicken shop located in East Nashville at the new micro-restaurant concept The Wash. SS GAI serves their own take on Gai Young & Gai Tod – two Thai chicken dishes – alongside fresh veggies, sticky rice, seasonal sides and house-made beverages. We know there is a little bit of prep and utilizing your hands to experience their dishes so we are definitely intrigued.
The Commoon Ground for locals, by locals concept that started in Sylvan Park, just opened up a location in Berry Hill. They will still serve up lunch, brunch, happy hour, and dinner.
Location: 734 Thompson Ln, Nashville, TN 37204
A new Japanese fine-dining restaurant has opened off Broadway (the other side of Broadway near Vandy where it’s a little quieter). You can expect a sushi bar, fresh seafood, traditional hot dished and an extensive Japanese Whiskey selection. Their goal is for each guest to “to honor the moment you choose to celebrate with us”.
Location: 2031 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
There is a new pizza spot in the city, y’all. Ophelia’s Pizza + Bar, situated below the historical L&C Tower in the heart of Downtown Nashville is offering up signature pizza pies, classic Italian entrées, specialty cocktails, and one-of-a-kind dessert experiences. They are also offering a late-night dining experience (think an elevated version of those late nights at Sbarro, iykyk)
Coming in September
There is a new fine dining experience coming to Historic Hillsboro Village this September 2023. Robert Higgins aka Black Rob who brought us Minerva, is bringing a new restaurant dining experience to South Nashville.
Location: 2000 Belcourt Ave, Nashville, TN 37212
Enjoy your guide of Nashville’s newest and most delicious dining options! Tag us at #urbaanite when you try one out.
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