A Look Inside: Assembly Food Hall South

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Assembly Food Hall opened Phase II of its offerings at Fifth + Broadway on Thursday, May 20, 2021. Fifth + Broadway is Nashville’s largest mixed-use development ever created, and Assembly Food Hall has added over a dozen more eateries, a concert venue, and a full-service concept called Sixty Vines. The north section of Assembly Food Hall opened earlier this year alongside many of the other restaurants on-site including Slim + Husky’s and Hattie B’s. Assembly Food Hall’s grand opening weekend celebration kicks off on Friday, June 11, 2021, with a concert by country legend Diamond Rio. Scroll down to get a look inside Assembly Food Hall South.

The Interior

The newly opened south side of Assembly Food Hall includes a variety of food and beverage options, a handful of distinct, new bars, including one focused on whiskey and the other on tequila, and Sixty Vines, a wine-on-tap restaurant. There are a variety of seating options, including large group tables, two- and four-top tables, and workstations with outlets and USB ports. Some of the eateries in the food hall include Coco’s Fresh Italian, Hattie Jane’s Creamery, Hōru Sushi Kitchen, Prince’s Hot Chicken, Saffron Kitchen, Steam Boys, The Liege Waffle Co., The Pharmacy Burger, The Pharmacy Wurst, The Philly Special, and Velvet Taco.

The Exterior

Make your way up to the exterior rooftop terrace and concert space. There are multiple bars to grab a drink and spots for photo ops in front of the iconic Ryman Auditorium and Batman building. Guests can expect to see regular live music performances on the state-of-the-art stage.

The Details

For even more tasty options and fun events, be sure to stop by this addition at Fifth + Broadway.

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