A wine bar/kitchen is among three tenants announced for the 20,000 square feet of retail space at Hill Center Sylvan Heights mixed-use development on Charlotte Avenue.
The second Nashville location of casual bar and restaurant chain Double Dogs and Nashville's first Farm Burger farm-to-table boutique burger joint will join the new wine concept called Sorting Table as tenants in the H.G. Hill Realty Co. development.
The restaurants are expected to open in the summer at Hill Center Sylvan Heights, which is located in the 4000 block of Charlotte Avenue. The mixed-use project is also expected to have a 262-unit, four-story apartment building, a dozen townhomes, 14 single-family cottages and a 294-space parking garage.
H.G. Hill Realty CEO Jimmy Granbery called the Charlotte corridor Nashville's last frontier. "Its rapid rebirth continues to unfold, making the area increasingly appealing for residents, retail and other business owners," he said.
Sorting Table will occupy a 3,900-square-foot space at Hill Center Sylvan Heights. Mattie Jackson, a certified sommelier, is behind the concept inspired by Old World bistros and neighborhood food halls. The concept will also include an artisan market and specialty bottle shop.
“Nashville’s exploding food scene is currently far outpacing our wine culture," Jackson said. "We are thrilled to be part of the budding wine community that has just begun to take shape here.”
The 4,500-square-foot Double Dogs location will expand the Bowling Green, Ky.,-based restaurant chain's relationship with H.G. Hill ...