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HomeFood+DrinkAfter 30 Years, Downtown Demos' Closes

After 30 Years, Downtown Demos’ Closes


Demos’, in downtown Nashville, has permanently closed.

News Channel 5 reported the 30-year restaurant, located at 300 Commerce Street just steps away from the Ryman Auditorium, will not reopen after closing for COVID.

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When asked about the closure, News Channel 5 reports that the president of Demos’ stated COVID-19 has impacted business in many of the same ways that it has impacted the community at large. And they currently can’t afford to stay at the downtown location.

The restaurant was known for offering authentic family recipes at an affordable price, including pasta, chicken, steak, and seafood.

Demos’ has three other locations that are currently open –  Murfreesboro, Hendersonville, and Lebanon.

Donna Vissman
Donna Vissman
Music fanatic. Event attendee. Prone to fits of large coffee consumption. Always looking for the perfect pair of jeans.
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