Welcome to the Neighborhood: Butcher & Bee
East Nashville has quickly caught the eye of everyone from New York to LA and we know why.
Its trendy bars, organic coffee shops, artisanal eateries, local shops, and hometown feel can’t help but draw you in. There are places to fall in in love with around every corner. If there is one thing that we East Nashvillians have in common it is that we love aesthetically pleasing restaurants with fresh farm to table, delicious eats. Nothing makes us swoon quite like white back splashes, exposed copper piping, mural covered walls, and lush greenery. But, we love supporting our local farmers & entrepreneurs more than anything.
We at Sisters of Nature are on a mission to show you around our sweet little town and hope that you will follow our journey and come visit! So, welcome to our newest post series titled, Welcome to the Neighborhood.
When we got word that Butcher & Bee, a restaurant that proudly supports local & sustainable farmers, was moving into our neck of the woods we couldn’t wait to try it out!
Butcher & Bee is all about honest to goodness food & that is something that we highly appreciate. Their meals are served in family style portions which enhanced the community driven atmosphere we felt/recognized.
After their mothership restaurant in Charleston, SC received rave reviews and attention, we were delighted they chose East Nashville as their second home.
The interior is beyond charming, filled with spacious booths and window views of the neighborhood. We sat sipping on the most delightful cocktails taking in the beauty of this new spot.
The management and staff were extremely attentive, kind, and welcoming. We were extremely satisfied with their service, which is something we deeply value.
We felt well taken care of as they read the menu to us in great description. The menu itself is a piece of art, full of delicious meals with locally grown produce.
We left our dinner with full bellies and smiles on our faces.
Take our word for it and try out Butcher & Bee.
Let us know what you think!
Photos by Alaina Mullin
Models: Rebecca Cicione, Gesi Loraine Felts, & Aubre Poppin