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• NOW OPEN •

 

Black Rabbit is a sophisticated gathering place in the historic Printers Alley neighborhood of Nashville.

Black Rabbit offers small plates, canapés and creative cocktails. 

American jazz and live piano music enhance the vibe and ambience, a heart-felt nod to the nightlife of Printers Alley during its heyday. A wood-fired grill and oven is the centerpiece of the open kitchen, yielding embered vegetables, roasted meats and oysters, and breads baked over live fire.

Nashville native Trey Cioccia, owner and chef of The Farm House, is at the helm, assisted by Robert Compton, general manager; Chad Kelly, chef de cuisine; and Troy Smith, wine and beverage director.

 

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HOURS OF OPERATION:
Monday - Thursday — 3 p.m. to Midnight
Friday — 3 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday — 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.  
• CLOSED ON SUNDAYS •


HAPPY HOUR:
MONDAY-FRIDAY — 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.


• • • reservations are not accepted • • •


CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY, CHRISTMAS DAY, NEW YEAR'S DAY

 

 
 
 

FOOD

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*we like to keep things fresh, so our menu is subject to change

 
By serving only small plates at Black Rabbit, it allows us to better highlight our range, passion and interests, while enabling better interaction at the table. Food is being shared, talked about and guests can try different things—hopefully, dishes they wouldn’t usually order. I love dining out this way and want to offer that experience to our guests.
— Trey Cioccia, chef & owner
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COCKTAIls

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*we like to keep things fresh, so our menu is subject to change

 
Our cocktail menu is designed to be approachable. By lining up the classics on one side and revisions on the other, it allows guests to try something they may not normally order. That’s the beauty of this menu: someone who is usually an Old Fashioned sipper might be interested to know the base idea of our revision is a small deviation from their norm. We also understand some guests will prefer a straight-forward classic cocktail.
— Troy Smith, wine and beverage director