CMHoF Reopens Conservatory Eatery


The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum announced today (Sept. 15) the return of full-service dining to 2|22 Eatery, located in the museum’s Curb Conservatory.

Named after its downtown location (at 222 5th Avenue South), the refreshed restaurant offers a metropolitan twist on Southern favorites, as well as an updated look and name. There is an 80-seat dining room with updated interior, including burnt orange, upholstered chairs with aged copper legs, linenless tables, and custom wooden accents.

Under the direction of the museum’s executive chef, Bobby Hammock, and sous chef, Ian Coppock, highlights on the menu include sweet and citrus crab cakes; deconstructed chicken pot pie; savory chicken and waffles; cheesy pork and pimento sandwich; plum salad loaded with pickled watermelon radishes, golden raisins, arugula and pistachios served with a honey citrus balsamic vinaigrette; and much more.

2|22 Eatery has partnered with local and regional farmers including The Peach Truck and Porter Road Butcher in Nashville, Tenn.; The Hamery in Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Three Graces Dairy in Asheville, N.C.; Ashley Farms in Winston-Salem, N.C.; and Black Hawk Farms in Black Hawk, Ky.

Open daily from 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., the restaurant is a wholly owned subsidiary of the museum.


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