Stationairy, the new restaurant concept at The Union Station Nashville Yards, is now open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The reimagined space honors Union Station’s 121-year history, preserving the former entrance’s sweeping views of Broadway and Downtown Nashville. The menu from executive chef Sean Foley focuses on bistro-style American cuisine. Nashville Guru stopped by to get a look inside.
Stationairy’s open-concept interior has soaring 22-foot-high ceilings, granite stone walls, and natural light pouring in from the arched windows. When the weather is nice, the windows open to the exterior, allowing for an extra airy atmosphere. Seating ranges from lounge chairs to to high-top tables to bar stools.
The restaurant is located directly on Broadway. Enter through the main hotel entrance and walk through the iconic lobby. Complimentary two-hour valet is available for dine-in guests.
The food menu draws inspiration from a fusion of American techniques. Popular items include Pasta Aglio e Olio, Prime Flat Iron, Seared Scallops, and 48 Hour Brined Chicken. On the beverage side, guests can expect an expertly-curated wine list, zesty cocktails (including the Stationairy Old Fashioned), and a variety of nonalcoholic beverages and locally-roasted coffee.
For breakfast, lunch, or dinner Downtown (but away from the hubbub on Lower Broadway), make your way to Stationairy at the Union Station Nashville Yards. Be sure to get a photo in the lobby while you’re there, too!