Husk’s Design

The Neighborhood Dining Group’s President David Howard set into motion an extensive remodeling effort to preserve and retrofit their vision of Husk Nashville. The building retains its antique charm and stately exterior while the interior has been renovated with a modern, minimalist theme, designed by Michael Shewan of Michael David & Associates of Charleston, SC. Like the reinterpreted food served on its tables, each space has been reinvigorated to reveal its original floors, windows, and walls. Located on the second floor, the main kitchen is an open space where guests will catch a glimpse the chefs in action as they are escorted to tables in either the main dining room or glass-enclosed atrium below. A more intimate dining space is located off the entranceway with large bay windows to take in the city. The bar is housed just below the main dining room and next to the atrium where it’s attached patio gives guests the opportunity to relax outdoors, cocktail in hand, and (when the season’s right) check the score of the Titans game.

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