3 new openings coming to the Nashville area soon: Clothing boutique dsquared now open in Green Hills

HoneyFire BBQ

HoneyFire BBQ

<p><em>Photo courtesy of UNTUCKit</em></p> <p><em>Photo courtesy of EiO &amp; the Hive</em></p> Dsquared

Nashville continues to grow with new openings throughout the fall. Here are three of the latest ones we have reported:

1. Clothing boutique dsquared now open in Green Hills

Contemporary women’s clothing boutique dsquared is now open at Grace’s Plaza in Green Hills. The Mississippi-based shop, located at 2135 Bandywood Drive, features clothing, jewelry and other accessories for women of all ages.

2. HoneyFire Barbeque is now open in Nashville

HoneyFire Barbeque — a locally-owned barbecue joint operated by husband-and-wife team Shane and Angela Nasby and Ben Claybaker — is now open at 8127 Sawyer Brown Road inside mixed-use development One Bellevue Place.

Award-winning pitmaster Shane Nasby showcases a stacked menu anchored by Texas-style brisket. You’ll find traditional choices like classic smoked meats and southern sides, as well as creative dishes, vegetarians options and allergy-friendly foods.

3. UNTUCKit opens first Tennessee shop in Green Hills

Clothing retailer UNTUCKit is now open on the lower level of The Mall at Green Hills. Just as the name suggests, you’ll find dress casual shirts and other apparel meant to be worn untucked, such as button-downs, sweaters, T-shirts, sports jackets and polos.

What's closing?

1. EiO & the Hive is closing in Sylvan Park

West Nashville eatery EiO & The Hive will permanently close this weekend, the restaurant announced in a social media post earlier this week. The restaurant, located at 5304 Charlotte Ave., opened in June 2017 and quickly gained popularity for its strictly organic menu (EiO stands for "everything is organic").



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