Photos: 24-Hour Sun Diner Set To Open In Downtown Nashville In October

Sun Diner Cafe. Photo: Moments By Moser Photography

Sun Diner Cafe. Photo: Moments By Moser Photography

A 24-hour diner is planned to open adjacent the Johnny Cash Museum on Nashville’s Lower Broadway in October.

Sun Diner will pay homage to Sun Records artists (including Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash) with music, creative menu names, decor and merchandise.

John Singleton from Sun Studio in Memphis attended a lunch preview for media on Friday (Aug. 19), while Kevin Keller, TC Restaurant Group’s Director of Operations, introduced dishes.

Located at 105 Third Ave. S., Sun Diner will offer breakfast all day, including its signature donut breakfast sandwich and chicken waffles.

The establishment is said to be currently hiring staffers.

Sun Diner Cafe. Photo: Moments By Moser Photography

Sun Diner Cafe. Photo: Moments By Moser Photography

Sun Diner Cafe. Photo: Moments By Moser Photography

Sun Diner Cafe. Photo: Moments By Moser Photography

Sun Diner Cafe. Photo: Moments By Moser Photography

Sun Diner Cafe. Photo: Moments By Moser Photography

Sun Diner Cafe. Photo: Moments By Moser Photography

Sun Diner Cafe. Photo: Moments By Moser Photography

Sun Diner Cafe. Photo: Moments By Moser Photography

Sun Diner Cafe. Photo: Moments By Moser Photography

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