Charleston chef Sean Brock tweeted his first-ever menu for the hotly-anticipated Nashville iteration of Husk. It appears to be equally as ingredient-driven and locally sourced as the Charleston Husk, featuring the Southern-inspired cuisine that won Brock a James Beard award (pokeweed fritters with pimento cheese, the new hotness). The restaurant officially opens today after months of hires, renovations and decorating challenges.
The Neighborhood Dining Group/Sean Brock first announced plans to expand to Nashville last October. This is Brock's second Husk restaurant (the Charleston original opened in 2010). Eater Charleston has pulled together a comprehensive history — complete with photos and videos — of the first Husk's last two and a half years, so head over there if you feel like getting up to speed. Anyway, below, the inaugural menu: