In addition to previously announced Nashville-based eateries such as Edley’s Bar-B-Que, NoBaked Cookie Dough, The Donut + Dog, Zulema’s Taqueria and others, the four new restaurants include:
Thai Esane, which relocated in September to Music Row from the original location near Edgehill, serves Malaysian-style noodles, pho, steamed dumplings and other dishes.
Steam Boys, a Chinese restaurant with two locations in Germantown and Hermitage, offers items such as dumplings, noodles and bao buns.
Smokin Chickin, a Clarksville-based restaurant specializing in rotisserie chicken seasoned with nine marinade flavors. The location at Assembly Food Hall will be the third location for owners Roger Khan and Mohsun Ghias, according to the news release.
The Liege Waffle Co., an eatery offering Belgian-style waffles made with brioche dough and baked on a cast-iron waffle press.
“As Assembly Food Hall physically takes shape in the heart of downtown Nashville, we are proud of the progress made behind the scenes as we carefully curate the best local and regional fare to represent Music City,” said David Daniels, senior vice president of marketing at The Food Hall Co. “Adding a popular Thai restaurant, along with bao buns, rotisserie chicken and waffles will complement our expansive choices for the ultimate dining experience for locals and visitors alike.”
Once open, the food hall will be home to more than 20 local and regional restaurants, according to The Food Hall Co., a Plano, Texas-based company specializing in bringing restaurants together under one roof. www.foodhallco.com.