Hall Management Group’s Portfolio Expands with a New Seafood Spot

Halls Catch will be in the same building as sister restaurant Halls Chophouse.
Hall Management Group’s Portfolio Expands with a New Seafood Spot
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Hall Management Group is expanding its presence in Tennessee. The hospitality group announced plans to open Halls Catch, a high-end seafood restaurant, before the end of 2024. 

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A press release shared with What Now Nashville reveals that Halls Catch will be located in the same building as the company’s other Nashville restaurant, Halls Chophouse. Halls Chophouse covers all things turf, while Halls Catch will focus on the realm of the surf. 

Hall Management Group got its start in South Carolina’s Lowcountry region. The group also owns High Cotton, Slightly North of Broad, Rita’s Seaside Grille, as well as a catering team and event venue in downtown Charleston. 

The food served at Halls Catch will be flown in daily from all over the world to put the freshest possible seafood on people’s plates. Dishes will include caviar, sushi, sashimi, oysters, clams, lobster, shrimp and crab. 

Morgan Lewis, who has experience working at the popular Nashville establishment The Optimist, has been named executive chef of Halls Catch. Hospitality veteran Vladimir Simich will build on the experience he gained working at Electric Jane as the general manager of Halls Catch. 

The proposed layout of Halls Catch includes a main dining room, bar lounge, centerpiece bar, private dining room and a covered outdoor dining space. The press release notes plans for wood millwork and textured wall finishes. Nashville Business Journal reports that the total interior space will be 5,150 square feet.

Construction on the space is underway. Halls Catch is aiming for a fall opening.

Daisy Dow

Daisy Dow

Daisy is a seasoned freelance writer interested in small businesses, marketing strategies and history. Originally from Georgia, she attended Kenyon College before moving onto life in the big city. You can usually spot Daisy in the window of a neighborhood café, as her hunt for the world’s best cup of coffee continues.
Daisy Dow

Daisy Dow

Daisy is a seasoned freelance writer interested in small businesses, marketing strategies and history. Originally from Georgia, she attended Kenyon College before moving onto life in the big city. You can usually spot Daisy in the window of a neighborhood café, as her hunt for the world’s best cup of coffee continues.

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