Two New African-Inspired Concepts Coming Soon to Midtown Foods

Kale Afrika and Afro XYZ are gearing up to open in December.
Animal-style burgers and fries will soon come to Nashville's nearby suburb, Antioch.
The two Nashville local brands are celebrating an important milestone together.
The NOLA staple opens in Nashville, its first out-of-state location
The new restaurant and bar will open next to SweetMilk and Scout's Barbershop in Donelson.
Switchyards will offer members 24/7 access to free, locally sourced coffee among other amenities.
Hermitage will soon get an authentic taste of Michoacána's Mexican ice cream.
The new location would become the third in the area, neighboring Whole Foods and local retail stores.
Permits indicate the new concept may open within a few months.
Customers can expect authentic French croissants and Vietnamese pho noodle soup at this unique concept.
The nano-brewery will open an operations facility and taproom in East Nashville sometime next year.
The Arnold family has something up their sleeves, hinting at a New Year's Day announcement.
The authentic, family-owned small business is moving down the road to a larger location.
The neighborhood cafe is anticipated to fit the quaint and suburban vibe of Franklin.
The famed Brazilian steakhouse will provide an open churrasco grill, cured meats, and an all-day happy hour.
The upscale sports grill will expand in Tennessee and Alabama in the next two years.
Soul will soon debut locations in Murfreesboro and Antioch, expanding on its upbeat environment and soulful Southern-influenced food.
Crush Yard Pickleball Club & Restaurant will open in Brentwood in 2025, serving foodies and athletes alike.
The busy trio behind Slim and Husky's recently teamed up with Nike, received recognition from the James Beard Awards, and will open another location next year.
The hospitality group may introduce one of its concepts to Wedgewood Houston, East Nashville, and Franklin in the near future.

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