Retrograde Coffee is Heating Up in Inglewood

The coffee brand has lined up a location for its fourth cafe.
Retrograde Coffee is Heating Up in Inglewood
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Retrograde Coffee, a Nashville-based specialty roastery, recently locked down plans for its fourth location. 

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Retrograde Coffee has two locations currently open in East Nashville and City Heights. Weinberg confirmed that the third location of Retrograde Coffee will open in a few months at BallPark Village. 

The fourth location is set for 4605 Gallatin Pike in Inglewood at the intersection of Gallatin Pike and Malquin Drive. 

Retrograde Coffee sources mostly washed green coffees to achieve rich flavors in every cup. The brand also has wholesale partnerships with small businesses, restaurants, hotels and offices. 

Retrograde was founded by entrepreneurs Nathan Weinberg and brothers Steve Mabee and Davey Rowe-Mabee. They opened the first Retrograde on historic Dickerson Pike in 2018 and soon after began roasting their own coffee.

The Inglewood location will be starkly different than its predecessors, marking the start of a new chapter for the brand.

What Now Nashville connected with Weinberg over email for an interview about the new location of Retrograde Coffee as well another development he has in the works for 3104 Gallatin Pike.

“This location will be like nothing else we have done,” said Weinberg. “We are working towards a full service breakfast menu in addition to a drive through and standard cafe. As a sit down restaurant we will have many more food options available and our seating options are going to be more numerous including ample outdoor space.”

Weinberg projects the Inglewood location will open sometime in 2025.

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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