A Look Inside: The Mockingbird

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The Mockingbird, the latest concept from Maneet Chauhan’s Morph Hospitality Group, officially opened on Monday, August 14, 2017. The modern diner is led by executive chef Brian Riggenbach and front-of-house manager Mikey Corona, who are also partners in the new venture. The Mockingbird features comfort food influenced by global flavors from Mexico, Italy, France, Korea, Japan, South America and many more. If you like Chauhan Ale & Masala House and Tànsuǒ, The Mockingbird is sure to delight. Nashville Guru got a look inside.


The Interior

The Mockingbird’s whimsical interior was designed by London Parfitt. The space is reminiscent of the Art Deco period and features ample natural light, colorful banquets and booths, sleek furniture, greenery, and a three-dimensional mirror in the shape of a bird’s head.

Downstairs Interior

Upstairs Interior


The Exterior

The Mockingbird’s exterior features two separate patios — one covered patio upstairs and one open-air patio downstairs.

Downstairs Patio

Upstairs Patio


The Menu

The menu offers a wide-variety of flavors and influences, including playful options like Tray Chic, an old-school lunch tray of house-made summer sausage, chicken liver mousse, sweet onion jam, and toast points.  Diners can expect small plates, large plates, sides, and desserts. The beverage program will continue the playfulness with adult milkshakes, seasonal punches and refreshing libations. See the menus. 


The Details

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