Acme Feed and Seed doesn't sound like the name of a restaurant, but more like a farm supply store instead. Why? The new Acme Feed and Seed Restaurant is located in the old Acme Farm Supply building. The owner, Tom Morales, decided to keep the building's name and original look. You do not want to miss out on what this place has to offer.
A Four Story Restaurant?!
Yes, the Acme building has four stories and each one of them will be in use for the new restaurant. The first floor will be the focus of Tom's concept: an upscale Honky-Tonk, called "funkytonk." You will enjoy live music, a menu of diverse street style, but gourmet food, a bar with 28 local beers on tap, and a boutique that features local artisan goods and Acme-branded items. Some of the dishes on this menu include pulled pork tacos, ribs, burgers, chicken fired steak, catfish, and more.
The second floor features a Southern bar and lounge that is suitable for intimate groups, parties, games, and sporting events. Food is available in servings of 2, 4, 6, and 8 and you can order a variety of things such as beef and pork sliders, drumsticks, ribs, Tex-Mex bowl, and more. You will also find Sam's Sushi Bar on this floor as well.
The third floor is called The Hatchery and is for private event rentals, concerts, and entertainment. The top floor is a rooftop bar that has an amazing view of downtown.
The first floor opened on July 17th and the rest of the floors will follow.
The Acme Feed and Seed Restaurant is preserving a piece of history while bringing even more culture and uniqueness to Nashville. The selection of dishes and live music will draw you back for more.
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