A spread at Chago's Belmont Cantina
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Nashville’s Newest Restaurant Openings, Now on Resy

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Want to know the latest — and greatest — restaurant openings in Nashville? You’re in the right spot.

From a downtown extravaganza dedicated to food, music, and drinks, to a Greek-infused Italian spot, we have you covered with this continuously updated list of hot new debuts.

And if you’re seeking out some beloved Nashville spots that are now bookable on Resy, we’ve got you covered here.

Chief’s on Broadway Downtown Nashville

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If you’re looking for a full evening’s experience, country music star Eric Church’s downtown extravaganza is for you — a six-level restaurant, bar, and music venue crowned by a rooftop outpost of Whole Hog BBQ, the domain of legendary South Carolina pitmaster and James Beard best chef Rodney Scott.

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Salento Italia Cloverhill

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A tasty history lesson: Salento, in the heel of the Italian boot, was once colonized by Greeks, so it makes sense that Greek-American brothers Bill and Sam Darsinos (of GReKo) add some Greek flavors to their otherwise classic Italian menu at this genial Donelson neighborhood trattoria (think pizza with lamb ragout and feta).

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Chago’s Belmont Cantina Belmont–Hillsboro

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This longtime Belmont-Hillsboro favorite closed in 2022, but it didn’t take long for restaurateur Steven Smithing to step in and bring it back — and it’s just as wonderful as you might remember, serving everything from its celebrated queso to burritos as big as your appetite.

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Bestia Mare Franklin

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Franklin might be 400 miles or so from the nearest body of saltwater, but at this polished Italian seafood restaurant from chef Frank Pullara of Culacino fame, the distance disappears the moment you open the menu full of raw bar specialties, housemade shellfish pastas, whole roasted fish, and more.

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Frankies 925 Spuntino East Nashville

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Frankies 925 Spuntino cured meat
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It’s New York-style Italian in East Nashville, thanks to Frank Castronovo and Frank Falcinelli, who’ve brought their celebrated Frankies 457 Spuntino south from Brooklyn, complete with the crostini, cured meats, and housemade pastas that made the original famous. And in case you were wondering, yes, there will be meatballs.

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Pelato Germantown

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The vibe is unmistakably Music City but the food at this Germantown trattoria from chef Anthony Scotto (Luogo) is Italian by way of Brooklyn — which means the likes of fried calamari, pasta alla vodka, and chicken Scarpariello in a friendly, buzzy atmosphere. Pro tip: For a real Italian-American meal, come Sunday nights for the fusilli with long-cooked, home-style “gravy.”

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MI Kitchen Franklin

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Here’s one for date night: An intimate, warmly lit dining room in Franklin (grab one of the high-back wood-framed booths if you can) where the shareable tapas-like small plates have a Korean accent — the crispy K-pop chicken is pretty much an essential — and the soju cocktails are a revelation.

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1 Kitchen Nashville SoBro

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It’s easy being green at this rustic-chic-looking restaurant at the eco-friendly 1 Nashville Hotel, where culinary director Chris Crary, a onetime “Top Chef” contender, sources 75% of his ingredients from within a 200-mile radius, composts and recycles everything — and incidentally serves a menu of must-try modern Southern dishes.

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