Nashville's booming economy continues to churn out new businesses at the blink of an eye, particularly on the culinary front. With the evolving landscape in mind, we've pulled together a list of the most buzzed about new business announcements, broken down into establishments that are now open and those coming soon.
Nashville is now home to the second location of this hyped New York City cocktail bar known for its lack of a menu.
Looking for a spot to grab some late-night grub? Blind Tiger will offer a 'hot dog speakeasy' inside Americano on Friday and Saturday nights.
Located in the former Porter House Bistro space, Cafe Roze serves up breakfast (all day long!) and lunch, with plans for dinner service in the near future.
East Nashville neighborhood restaurant Fort Louise has opened its doors next to Mitchell's Deli, with an assortment of eats gracing the menu.
Maneet Chauhan's third eatery serves up comfort food favorites with a twist.
Mysore Palace is the latest venture for chef Madhusoodhan Naik after Woodlands Indian Vegetarian Cuisine permanently closed its doors.
The owners of Nicky's Coal Fired have announced plans to open a neighborhood cocktail bar, with an emphasis on Belgian beers.
Chicago-based Parson's Chicken & Fish is expanding to Nashville late this year, bringing with them its beloved fried chicken sandwiches, and even more notably, Negroni slushies.
St. Louis chef Gerard Craft has finally opened his outpost of Pastaria, a casual Italian eatery, in the OneC1TY community.
Nashville's first virtual reality arcade will open its doors on August 12 in Midtown.
After opening its doors in North Nashville this spring, Slim & Husky's has announced it will open a second location in Antioch this fall.