NASHVILLE, Tn., — Assembly Food Hall — anchoring Nashville’s mixed-use development Fifth + Broadway — announced last week that the 100,000-square-foot food hall will open in Spring 2021.
Assembly Food Hall is a European-style dining and entertainment experience, featuring multiple levels and a number of local, statewide and national restaurants. The project is spearheaded by its parent company, The Food Hall Co.
“Now more than ever, restaurant partners are attracted to the food hall model due to the ease of operations and lower financial risk. We’re seeing that momentum and excitement at Assembly Food Hall and are well positioned for a successful opening in spring 2021,” said David Daniels, senior vice president of marketing at The Food Hall Co.
In addition, Assembly Food Hall recently added three new restaurants to its growing list of partners. The Donut Distillery, a popular East Nashville dessert location; Saffron, an Indian kitchen located in Franklin; and Oke Poké, opening its first restaurant in Nashville are among the new additions to the food hall.
“We are excited to announce these new restaurants as a part of our expanding deep roster offering a taste of Music City in one destination for locals and visitors alike,” Daniels said.
Other restaurants that will be included in Assembly Food Hall include DeSano Pizzeria, Edley’s Bar-B-Que, Hattie Jane’s Creamery, NoBaked Cookie Dough, Prince’s Hot Chicken, Smokin Chikin, Steam Boys, Thai Esane, The Liege Waffle Co. and The Pharmacy Burger.
About The Food Hall Co.
The Food Hall Co. creates entertainment destinations boasting aspiring chefs, restauranteurs, mixologists, brewers and entertainers all under one roof — bringing their craft to an engaged local community.
About Fifth + Broadway
One of the largest single mixed-use developments in the history of Nashville and the state of Tennessee, Fifth + Broadway provides 200,000 square feet of retail and entertainment, 372,000 square feet of office space at 501 Commerce, 381 residential units at The Place at Fifth + Broadway and the 56,000-square-foot National Museum for African American Music. Retail and entertainment will open Spring 2021.