The Harding House closes at the Belle Meade Plantation

The Harding House
The Harding House closed its location at the Belle Meade Plantation in late October. (Courtesy The Harding House)

The Harding House closed its location at the Belle Meade Plantation in late October. (Courtesy The Harding House)

The Harding House, a restaurant located on the grounds of the Belle Meade Plantation, closed Oct. 28 at 5025 Harding Pike, Nashville. The Harding House, which offered Southern brunch and lunch dishes such as fried green tomatoes, hot chicken and scratch-made biscuits, opened in 2011. The Belle Meade Plantation announced in late October it will open a new concept in 2020.


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