According to a new business application filed with the Davidson County Clerk’s office, it appears Frida’s Oaxacan Cuisine in Woodbine has found a new home. The restaurant has operated inside of The Bee Ice Cream location at 2424 Nolensville Pike since 2020 and has now outgrown the space. However, the business application notes the new location of Frida’s isn’t too far from home, being just down the road at 2610A Nolensville Pike.
“We are currently operating inside the Bee Icecream Shop, but will soon have a place to call our own. We are proud to serve the community in Nashville and will continue to enrich people’s lives through our culinary heritage and culture,” states Frida’s Oaxacan Cuisine website. The original location has been closed since October 1st, according to the business’s Facebook page.
Though an exact opening date at the new location is unknown, it’s likely to be within the next month or two, given renovations are completed on time.
Frida’s serves the Woodbine neighborhood a variety of authentic Mexican cuisine with breakfast, lunch, dinner, vegetarian, and kids menus offered. The food ranges in diverse flavors, from moles to efrijoladas all made with ingredients shipped from Oaxaca and served at an affordable price.
“Our traditional recipes come from passed down generations. When you visit Frida’s Oaxacan Cuisine you will be delighted by the delicious and unique flavors we have to offer,” states the website.
Owner Katy Ramirez is the mind behind the operations. Ramirez came to Nashville in 2005 from her hometown of Oaxaca to pursue an entrepreneurial lifestyle, opening both The Bee Ice Cream and Frida’s Oaxacan Cuisine.