Pastaria, chef and restaurateur Gerard Craft’s long-awaited first restaurant expansion outside of his home base of St. Louis, opened its doors to the public this past Tuesday. The casual Italian eatery and bar has been several years in the making, and Eater has the first look inside. The approximately 4,000-square-foot restaurant, located 8 C1TY Blvd., is the flagship attraction in the still under construction OneC1TY development.
The team behind one of the city’s best restaurants is preparing for its second East Nashville act, as Butcher & Bee executive chef Bryan Lee Weaver and restaurateur Michael Shemtov plan to open taco shop and Texas cuisine-inspired eatery Red Headed Stranger in the McFerrin Park neighborhood. The new project will take over the space at 815 Meridian Street currently occupied by Meridian Street Cafe.
Nashville’s first homegrown fast food restaurant is now open, as local pitmaster Pat Martin opened Hugh-Baby’s BBQ & Burger Shop this past Tuesday. And Eater has the first look at the new hot spot. Located at 4816 Charlotte Ave., the 1,700-square-foot restaurant holds close to traditional fast food conventions with a straightforward, streamlined space. The main dining room offers seating for 67, including four-tops and counter stools, with wood and tile used throughout.
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