Formal Catbird Chef, Trevor Moran has opened a new restaurant in the 12 South neighborhood. The restaurant is called Locust and opened at 2305 12th Avenue South on October 29th. The menu is centered around dumplings, hand-cut noodles, and shaved ice, will also feature cold, refreshing highballs as well as a variety of sake options chosen by General Manager and Sake Sommelier Kynsey Hunter.missing or outdated ad config
To start, Locust is opening with a 30-seat heated outdoor patio available for reservations and walk-ins. The dining room, which seats 44 people, will open soon. “We can’t wait to have you in to our little home,” said Trevor. “Come by, eat as many dumplings as you can, and finish them off with a shaved ice.”
Moran partnered with Strategic Hospitality to open Locust. Several local creatives were influential in its creation, including Arbol Woodworking, Heavy Fencing Company, Grills by Demant, DAAD, Lankford Decorating and Construction, and Resting State Design.
Locust is open Thursday through Sunday from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. For more information and to make a reservation, please visit www.locustnashville.com or follow @LocustNashville on Instagram.