The new RH Nashville The Gallery at Green Hills (formerly Restoration Hardware) recently held its grand opening. We stopped by and here are seven things you need to know.
It’s a four-story stand-alone structure. Meaning it’s not inside The Mall at Green Hills but you can’t miss it as you drive down Hillsboro Road. If you’re familiar with The Mall at Green Hills, it is in the space formerly occupied by Carrabba’s restaurant.
It totals 70,000 square feet. For comparison, the average Walmart is about 105,000 square feet. Each floor has a different focus, the first floor features living, dining, bedroom and hosts a cafe. The second floor, RH Design Atelier, is for rugs, windows, linens, and bath, the third floor is modern and teen/child and fourth is outdoor & garden.
RH has no social media presence. Take your pictures for social but you won’t be able to tag RH as they have no social media presence. And yet, their Chicago cafe was the most Instagrammed cafes in the US.
No reservations. The cafe is one of the biggest draws to the store but they don’t take reservations. Be prepared to wait and browse, like most restaurants you will receive a buzzer to notify you when your table is ready.
RH Fries take 30 hours to make. So who doesn’t like a good french fry? When we visited they shared with us that it takes 30 hours to create the truffle fries but we didn’t get any other information on the preparation. The cafe’s food is overseen by Chicago restaurateur Brendan Sodikoff.
Wine and Shop. You can purchase wine, beer, or coffee to consume as you shop throughout the store. It makes it easier to picture yourself sitting on the couch on the weekend with a glass of wine in your hand, right?
See Celebrity Portia De Rossi’s General Public Art. Portia De Rossi partnered with RH to feature her art called General Public and you can view and order it at the Green Hills store.
RH Nashville is located at 2101 Green Hills Village Dr, Nashville, TN 37215.