Style Blueprint: 3 New Watering Holes You’ve Gotta Try

Thanks to Style Blueprint for stopping by!

"Co-owner Trey Cioccia has been surprised by the attention to the food, which is directed by Chef de Cuisine and partner Chad Kelly. Trey, Chad and General Manager Robert Compton, with Wine and Beverage Director Troy Smith, have created a space reminiscent of Printers Alley’s past."



N'Focus Takes A Look Around Black Rabbit

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Thanks to NFocus for coming by and checking out our space!We're so excited to be open, and for everyone to come and take a peek for themselves! 

The building’s history played a large role in selecting the décor. Black Rabbit’s welcoming air comes from classic cigar chairs, rich jewel-tone velvet and warm globe lamps that complement the original brick walls. Mirrors over the bar and booths add to the cozy setting.
— NFocus Magazine

Nashville Guru Takes A Look Around Black Rabbit

The fine folks at Nashville Guru stopped by to grab a few shots of our space and hear about our menu.

Black Rabbit’s interior has an elegant, vintage atmosphere featuring a wide-range of seating, from a sofa to high-top tables to booths. Various artwork adorns the walls, including a mirrored piece from the old Brass Stables gentlemen’s club in Printer’s Alley. Other highlights include original exposed brick, a lounge area with boardgames, and parlor-style live music.
— Nashville Guru

Eater Nashville Previews Black Rabbit

Thanks for stopping by Eater! We loved showing off our new space. 

The 122-seat interior offers a variety of options, including a large bar, high-tops, spacious banquettes and a living room area. An additional 25 diners can find room on the patio located just outside the restaurant.
— Eater Nashville

Eater Nashville Stops By To Check Out Our Menu

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We were so excited to preview our menu to Eater Nashville. After spending months working out the fine details, we are so pleased to finally share all of our hard work with Nashville.  Thanks for stopping by! 

Located downtown at 218 3rd Ave. North, the restaurant’s menus hearken back to a bygone era in Nashville, with Cioccia and his chef de cuisine Chad Kelly having put together a roster of canapes, small plates and a few larger dishes that together serve to tell a bit of the history of Printer’s Alley.
— Eater Nashville