Nashville Food Review: August
Keeping you in the know with Nashville's ever-growing food scene.
Written By: Anna Kate Read
August Food Review
Frothy Monkey’s latest outpost is now open in The Nations for brunch until 5 p.m. every day and dinner 5 p.m. - close. The new location features their signature Wine Down Wednesdays, too!
The Mockingbird, a much-anticipated new concept from Maneet Chauhan, has landed in the Gulch, offering cocktails and comfort food favorites with a global spin starting at 4 p.m.
Noble's Kitchen & Beer Hall has opened its doors in East Nashville, serving up reasonably priced, pub-style food alongside an extensive drink menu.
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Tony and Caroline Galzin’s newest venture, The Cardinal, arrives in The Nations focusing on Belgian beer and a European-inspired menu, featuring fresh charcuterie, smoked fish, poutine, moules frites, and a special wood-fired burger. Also headed to the neighborhood at 5202 Centennial Blvd, White Bison, a new coffee shop.
For an after dinner cocktail, keep an eye out for Diskin Cider, Nashville’s first craft cidery, opening early next year in Wedgewood-Houston. The 8,000-square-foot space will include a taproom, outdoor patio, venue space, full in-house production capabilities, and tasty food pairings.
Gerard Craft's Pastaria is officially opening in the OneC1TY development mid-September.
Tiki bar Chopper is taking Bar Luca's former spot on the east side this winter.
Germantown claims the newest locations of Charleston sushi spot O-KU (next fall), Sedona Taphouse going inside the Broadstone Germantown complex, and Von Elrod's beer garden and sausage house by restaurant veteran Austin Ray and chef Jason Brumm debuting this fall.
Last, but not least, iconic Chicago eatery Gino's East is bringing deep dish pizza to downtown Nashville next summer.