Music City staples will open new locations at coming Nashville Food Hall

Posted at 11:29 AM, Mar 18, 2019

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Some of Nashville's authentic staple restaurants have been announced as the first establishments that will be opening in the soon-to-be-named Nashville Food Hall.

The Food hall will be the anchor tenant of the new Fifth + Broadway development that is set to open in Spring 2020.

Of the many favorite eateries in Nashville, it was announced that Prince's Hot Chicken, The Pharmacy Burger, The Donut + Dog, and Von Elrod's Beer Hall & Kitchen will be opening new locations in the Food Hall.

In all, the Hall will be nearly 100,00 square-feet in total with multiple levels housing more than 20 local restaurants and cocktail bars.

Additionally, the space will house it's own full-service restaurant as well as an expansive rooftop event and music venue.

“We are excited to announce our first locally owned restaurant partners, which are authentic Nashville staples and represent the variety we are bringing downtown. Our intention is to offer a welcoming environment that features the best of what Nashville has to offer, all under one roof,” said David Daniels, senior vice president of marketing at The Food Hall Co.

The development will be at the site of the former Nashville Convention Center and will also be the new home of the National Museum of African American Music.

The second wave of restaurant partners also included local names. Edley’s Bar-B-Que, Hattie Jane’s creamery and Seed Hospitality, which known for its upscale Japanese cuisine at The Green Pheasant and Two Ten Jack. Seed Hospitality will be bringing two concepts to the food hall. One featuring sushi and the second offering Japanese street food and ramen.

For more information about The Food Hall Co., visit