A Look Inside: Caviar & Bananas

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Caviar & Bananas, a South Carolina-based restaurant and market, opened in Nashville’s new Aertson Midtown building on Wednesday, June 21, 2017. Nashville marks the fifth and largest Caviar & Bananas location, and the first to open outside of South Carolina. Margaret and Kris Furniss created the concept in Charleston in 2008. Nashville Guru got a look inside the new Tennessee location.

The Interior

Caviar and Bananas occupies a large, 6,100-square-foot space designed by Powell Studios. The bright, open room features high ceilings, carefully-crafted tile work, and gold accents. Guests can sit at the bar, window, community table, or one of the many table options.

To keep things running smoothly, there are several different places to order based on what you’d like to eat or drink, including stations for grab-and-go items, sandwiches, salads, breakfast, and beverages. The central market features highly-curated groceries, wine, and beer.

The Menu

Caviar and Bananas serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, small plates, and weekend brunch, so there are many options to choose from. The menu features prepared foods, salads, sandwiches, pastries, sweets, cheeses, and charcuterie. Beverage options include espresso, tea, boutique wine, and craft beer. See the menu. 

The Exterior

The Details

Whether you’re looking for a new coffee stop or a fresh lunch option, Caviar & Bananas is worth a visit.

  • Neighborhood: Midtown
  • Address: 2031 Broadway Street, Nashville, TN 37203
  • Phone: (615) 340-9005
  • Hours:
    Monday – Thursday: 7am – 8:30pm
    Friday: 7am – 9pm
    Saturday: 8am – 9pm
    Sunday: 8am – 8pm
  • Menu
  • Official Website

“With four successful locations in South Carolina, Margaret and I began looking for other possible cities in the south. Our decision was truly an easy one, based on the growth of Nashville and the vibrancy of its expanding culinary scene, we wanted to be a part of Music City,” said Kris Furniss. “It’s also Margaret’s home state, so this is a special move for us. We’ve assembled a talented team in Nashville and are excited to bring our C&B staples with a Nashville flare. We will be featuring a new wine bar with delicious made to order small plates options that are exclusive to this location.”

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