Pop Hospitality Group, the parent company behind The Row Kitchen and Pub in Midtown and The Honeysuckle in Cool Springs, launches NashHouse, an “only in Music City” environment where patrons can enjoy the curated “New-South” style cuisine in a music hall fused with a pub atmosphere.
Pop Hospitality Group captures the best of Nashville with their new “Southern Spoon and Saloon” NashHouse located adjacent to the Cambria Hotel. With breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner and late-night menus curated by local restaurateur Kelly Black, patrons will find offerings ranging from the vegetarian friendly Farmhouse Scramble featuring kale, onions, jalapenos, goat cheese and roasted sweet potatoes to the in-house cut steaks or whole bird bone-in chicken platter available in the “no mercy” Nashville hot chicken sauce.”Our goal is to capture the fun and excitement of dining in downtown Nashville, with the high quality and creativity that will please our local diners,” says Kelly Black. “After nearly twenty years of being local operators, we consider this our greatest hits collection.”
In addition to the fresh and hearty cuisine to meet the needs of any diner, NashHouse has a libation for any celebration with 36 drafts on tap and a top-shelf whiskey wall. Featuring entertainment nightly, patrons are treated to a performance from some of the best singer-songwriters in Nashville or public viewing of top sporting events on the 17-foot video wall. NashHouse is sure to be a “must visit” for locals and visitors as you can cut out the search for parking by utilizing their two hours of complimentary valet. Just steps from the downtown Nashville, Bridgestone Arena, and the Music City Center, NashHouse is perfectly located to kick start or wind-down your night out in Music City.
Hours of operation are Monday – Wednesday 7 a – 12 a, Thursday – Saturday 7 a -1 a and Sunday 7 a – 11 p. NashHouse is located at 114 8th Avenue South, Nashville.
To view more information including full menus and to make a reservation, visit www.nashhousesaloon.com.