15 New or Upcoming Restaurants

Barista Parlor ‘Golden Sound’
610 Magazine Street

Now open! Barista Parlor opened its (garage) doors September 25 with a limited menu and hours and is set to officially blast off on October 3. Formerly the Golden Sound recording studio in the Gulch, the new spot is a coffee bar, kitchen, bakery and roasting room. Barista Parlor on Facebook

Butchertown Hall
1416 4th Avenue North

Terry Raley, owner of Holland House and The Pharmacy, is one step closer to opening his third eatery later this fall in historic Germantown. butchertownhall.com

Chauhan Ale & Masala House
123 12th Avenue North

A delayed August opening keeps us patiently waiting for Food Network personality Maneet Chauhan’s latest project on 12th Ave N. Chauhan blends her Indian roots with her favorite Southern cuisine and is just across from 12th & Porter. chauhannashville.com

City Winery
609 LaFayette Street

The 125-seat restaurant, a 300-seat concert venue, and an onsite winemaking facility will start pouring October 1! A welcome add for their Third Man Records and Tennessee Brew Works neighbors. citywinery.com

Clawson's Pub & Deli
507-A Hagan Street near Greer Stadium

Highlights on Clawson’s Pub & Deli’s menu include homemade-to-order deli sandwiches, a variety of beer, and wine by the glass. Clawson’s will be located near Greer Stadium and has a target opening of later this summer. clawsonspub.com

Five Odd Fellows
1811 Broadway

Now open! Check out the “gastro pub” menu—a modern twist on the traditional delicious southern dishes. They're offering a lively happy hour with an assortment of craft beers and creative cocktails. fiveoddfellows.com

Honkytonk Brewing Co.
240 Cumberland Bend

Yet another craft brewer will join the ranks of Nashville's growing hops scene. Owner, Scott Swygert is already hosting special events in the tap room off off Metro Center Blvd. with more coming soon! HonkyTonk Brewing Co. on Facebook

Koi Sushi and Thai Restaurant
923 Main Street

Now open! East Nashville just welcomed a new sushi and Thai restaurant to the hood, the restaurant’s third location in Nashville. Open for lunch and dinner seven days a week; for dine in, take out or catering services. koisushithai.com

Love, Peace, & Pho
2112 8th Avenue South

Currently under construction in the 8th Avenue South neighborhood, Love, Peace, & Pho will be strictly authentic Vietnamese cuisine. The atmosphere, name and logo all derive from the owner's 70s inspiration, man.

Magnolia South
1808 Hayes Street

The power players behind Magnolia South are Kim Basham, the former general manager of Hotel Indigo, and Sean Barger, previously executive chef of The District Bar and Kitchen. Set to open in October, the historic spot will be an up-scale southern restaurant just north of West End. magnoliasouthnashville.com

Party Fowl
719 8th Avenue South

Now open! Specializing in hot chicken dishes, the restaurant also boasts two full bars, live music, and a jamming jukebox. partyfowlnashville.com

Porter House Bistro
1115 Porter Road

Casual French is the latest restaurant concept to be sweeping Nashville. Taking the place of Cafe Fundamental, Porter House Bistro will rely on a lighter atmosphere with a laid back vibe serving wine, beer and cocktails. The Porter House Bistro on Facebook

The Smokey Pig
212 Thompson Lane

Jan and Bernie Strawn (of Mack and Kate’s Cafe and M. Restaurant and Bar) are slow roasting their latest concept, a barbecue eatery in Woodbine neighborhood.

Smokin' Thighs
611 Wedgewood Avenue

Now Open! From mobility to mortar, this famous Nashville food truck has been made permanent by trading it’s wheels for bricks. Just around the corner from the Tennessee fairgrounds, fans can expect to see popular items as well as a few additions. smokinthighs.com

The Picnic Tap
900 Rosa L. Parks Blvd., Nashville, TN 37208

One of the latest additions at the downtown Nashville Farmers’ Market is a craft beer pub. Starting October 2, you'll be able to sample 15 rotating taps and a “picnic-style” menu. They'll use locally sourced charcuterie, growler fill-ups, and much more. The Picnic Tap on Facebook

 

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