With the ever-growing East Nashville, it can be tough to keep up with the latest arrivals. Here’s a few of our favorite new East Nashville businesses:
This is a perfect spot with funky Nashville murals, window seating and delicious beer, Tailgate is a perfect Friday night hangout, or a quick Tuesday afternoon meal.
They have a full menu of gourmet pizza and burgers, and over 20 beers on tap.
It’s one of the best new businesses in East Nashville.
My personal favorite - the Peanut Butter Milk Stout.
See the full menu here.
GrowHouse is unique as East Nashville.
Mixed together into a perfect combination to create a unique experience to clients.
The location sells all of the plants and artwork in the space. It’s perfect for art lovers and exercise enthusiasts alike.
East Park Donuts & Coffee is a perfect place to stop on your way to the office, or to sit and relax and get some work done.
Their bio makes things pretty clear: “Brioche & cake donuts. Hand crafted espresso & coffee.”
What more can someone ask for?
They’re located conveniently on the corner of Main St. and South 7th.
The first - and only - poké restaurant in Nashville just opened and it’s creating a lot of buzz.
The owners look to bring the first Hawaiian-style culinary experience to Nashville.
The restaurant brings beautifully colored and flavored dishes to each table to create a one-of-a-kind experience to the guests.
This spot is perfect for date nights, a client meet-up or anything else.
Check out their Instagram. Each plate is a work of art.
If you didn’t know any better, you’d think you walked into a 1960s Cuban beachside bar.
Pearl Diver offers exotic drinks, from the namesake Pearl Diver (a frozen rum smoothie) to the Banana Banana (a fiery Thai milk cocktail).
Don’t forget about that food menu, too - the Cubano is one of the best I’ve yet to have.
You can find this new favorite on Gallatin across from Spot’s Pet Supply.