IMPACT ROUND-UP: See which 6 stores and restaurants are now open or coming soon to the Mall at Green Hills

Nashville-based chocolate manufacturer Colts Chocolate is opening a location inside the Mall at Green Hills.

Nashville-based chocolate manufacturer Colts Chocolate is opening a location inside the Mall at Green Hills.

Following the June opening of a new retail wing inside the Mall at Green Hills, located at 2126 Abbott Martin Road, new shops and restaurants continue to open inside the shopping center.

In addition to the businesses listed below, several other retailers have opened at the mall this summer, including Casper, G-Star Raw, Vans and other shops. 615-298-5478. www.shopgreenhills.com


Coming soon
Colts Chocolates is opening a kiosk Monday, Aug. 12, on the lower level of the Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Nashville, according to a representative with the company. The Nashville-based chocolate manufacturer of more than 30 years closed its location in The Gulch in May with plans to relocate to East Nashville. Colts Chocolates also opened a kiosk in June inside Opry Mills, 433 Opry Mills Drive, Nashville. 615-251-0100. www.coltschocolates.com

Italian restaurant chain North Italia plans to open Wednesday, Aug. 28, at the Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Nashville, according to a news release. The menu will feature a selection of handmade pasta, pizza and other entrees such as grilled artichoke, short rib radiatori and more. The 7,000-square-foot restaurant will also feature a dining room, patio and full bar, according to the release. North Italia has more than 20 locations across the U.S. 615-622-7423. www.northitaliarestaurant.com





Now open
Dry Goods USA opened in early August at the Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Nashville, according to a social media post. The shop, which stocks clothing, jewelry and accessories, dates back to an old-fashioned dry goods store in Davenport, Iowa, in 1872, according to the company’s website. The new location is hosting a grand opening event beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 10, according to the Mall at Green Hills. 615-425-0476. www.drygoodsusa.com

Free People, a women’s clothing and accessories company, opened its new location Aug. 1 inside the Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Nashville. The shop, which is located on the upper level near Dillard's, is the only location in Nashville. 615-298-4939. www.freepeople.com

Jewelry boutique David Yurman opened a 2,079-square-foot space July 20 inside the Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Ste. 274, Nashville. David Yurman offers jewelry, watches and other accessories for men and women as well as weddings. Items are available in gold, silver, rose gold and white gold, according to the company’s website. 615-298-1190. www.davidyurman.com

Retail eyewear company Warby Parker opened its second Nashville location July 13 at the Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott Martin Road, Ste. 142, Nashville. Unlike the company's Edgehill location, the store in Green Hills offers comprehensive eye exams in addition to retail frames. Warby Parker opened a second headquarters in Nashville in 2014, which now employs 300 people. 615-806-6111. www.warbyparker.com


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