Superica, a casual Tex-Mex concept from chef-owner Ford Fry, officially opened in the Gulch on Monday, August 5, 2019. Superica (pronounced “super-rica”) has four other locations in Atlanta, Charlotte, and Houston. Nashville Guru stopped by to get a look inside the Music City outpost.
Superica Nashville sprawls over 5,800 square feet. Seating includes booths, four- and two-top tables, and a long, leather-strapped bar with space for approximately 15 guests. The décor and design draws on influence from Texas dance halls and Hill Country eateries, including elements like rebar, vintage wood, leather, and classic Southwestern color tones.
The 1200-square-foot exterior patio features a 60’s-inspired carport roof covering about a dozen tables. There’s also an open area with avocado chairs and side tables to enjoy drinks in the sun.
Expect Tex-Mex staples on Superica’s food menu, such as guacamole, wood-grilled fajitas, shrimp tacos, and freshly-made flour and corn tortillas. On the beverage side, agave spirits and house-made margaritas are the highlights, but there’s also beer, wine, cocktails, Cheladas, and non-alcoholic beverages like Mexican Coke, Squirt, and Topo Chico. See the menus.
For your next round of cervezas and queso fundido, venture to Superica.