Behold the Southern splendor that is Husk Nashville, the latest venture from chef Sean Brock and the Neighborhood Dining Group that opened a little more than two weeks ago in Tennessee. As has previously been noted, Husk Nashville has found its home in an 1895-era house on the National Registry of Historic Homes. There were some fairly extensive renovations and what has resulted is an airy maze of dining rooms with high ceilings, leather-bound chairs, hardwood floors, and ample outdoor seating.
Much like Husk Charleston, the Nashville location has an intensely ingredient-driven menu. General manager Dan Latimer told Eater last week that the geographic separation between the restaurants makes all the difference menu-wise, explaining, "We're not coastal in Nashville so the abundance of seafood is different. But then we found beautiful plants that just don't grow in the low country's climate. So definitely there are opportunities for us here in Nashville that we don't have in Charleston, and vice versa, just by geographic nature alone."