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Located in Rutledge Hill-just a few blocks south of Historic Broadway, in the heart of Downtown Nashville-is the newest outpost of the Neighborhood Dining Group and James Beard Award-winning Chef Sean Brock's renowned restaurant, Husk. Led by Brock, the kitchen reinterprets the bounty of the surrounding area, exploring an ingredient-driven cuisine that begins in the rediscovery of heirloom products and redefines what it means to cook and eat in Nashville. At Husk, there are some rules about what can go on the plate. "If it doesn't come from the South, it's not coming through the door," says Brock. The resulting cuisine is not about rediscovering Southern cooking, but rather exploring the reality…
We made a same-day reservation at Husk due to our concert being rescheduled at the last minute. At night the building is lit up and is really pretty. This was our first meal in Nashville and we were impressed with the quality of the food...More
Starting out with Service. Amazing service and the waitress couldnt have been more knowledgeable about drinks and menu items. She did a great job describing everything.
The Drinks were nicely put together and tasted great.
The Oyster Starter was so good! Perfect balance of tomato,garlic...More
My family ate here for brunch and I was disappointed. The food was just OK. The server was hard to understand due to not speaking English very well. The servers had very visible tattoos which was very distracting. I don’t need or want to see...More
Menu changes daily. ❤️ We enjoyed a fabulous dinner...local vibe, amazing food. The cornbread for the table to share is a must!!! Vegetable platter as a main is more than enough food...a really wonderful spot!!!
After reading a few reviews that said Husk was not up to the "hype," we were hesitant to make reservations. However a woman on our plane said that she highly recommended it, so I made reservations for an early dinner to continue the celebration of...More
We went to Husk with somewhat high expectations, having enjoyed a meal at the one in Charleston. Here, the meal was fine, not amazing. The pimento cheese was good. The shrimp and grits were a bit disappointing - the sauce they had on them was...More
A friend suggested Husk to us and when we read farm-to-table, we had high expectations. The menu featured locally sourced foods that were prepared with care and skill. We went for lunch on a Saturday with a reservation.
The menu changes regularly to feature seasonal...More
What's not to love about a historic building in the middle of a developing city?! The meal was wonderful from start to finish, and the type of place that the passion for food, and its ingredients is evident. Every special element was described by the...More
Husk has wonderful, fresh food. The biscuits and gravy were to die for! Two of us had Eggs Benedict and two had the omelette. All the food was delicious. We also had the greens salad and we shared the chocolate pudding dessert. We sat on...More
Really not a restaurant for children your children’s ages, but these chefs are very creative and accommodating and could create something for them if only asked based upon several people I asked and my evaluation after... More
Really not a restaurant for children your children’s ages, but these chefs are very creative and accommodating and could create something for them if only asked based upon several people I asked and my evaluation after several meals there