Husk Nashville’s cuisine is a deep dive into the essence of Southern cooking, with a menu that embodies the region’s culinary traditions while embracing a modern twist. The restaurant’s focus is on locally sourced, heirloom ingredients, which means the dishes reflect the agricultural heritage and biodiversity of the South. This commitment to local sourcing isn’t just a footnote on their menu; it’s the core of their culinary philosophy, as they collaborate closely with local farmers, fishermen, and producers.

Bear Creek Farm Beef, Kenny’s Farmhouse Norwood Cheese, Maple-Bourbon Caramelized Onions, Pickled Apple, Smoked Duke’s Mayonnaise, House Made Mustard, on a Bobby John Henry Benne Seed Bun.

The dynamic nature of their menu, which is updated twice daily, showcases the kitchen’s adaptability and commitment to freshness and seasonality. Diners can expect a gastronomic exploration of Southern flavors, where each dish tells a story of the region’s history, culture, and produce. From starters to desserts, each item is crafted to highlight the intrinsic flavors of its components, ensuring a dining experience that’s both authentic and innovative.

Bear Creek Farm pork, black garlic BBQ, roasted tomato, fresh shiso, and lime.

One of the standout features of Husk is its on-site garden, which not only symbolizes but actively contributes to the menu’s seasonality and freshness. This garden-to-table approach is evident in dishes that incorporate just-picked herbs and vegetables, enhancing the flavors and connecting diners directly with the source of their food.

Blondies with Rainbow Marshmallow

Whether you’re there for the praised burger or a more traditional Southern meal, Husk offers a culinary journey through the South, promising dishes that are as thoughtful as they are flavorful. For those interested in the complete dining experience, Husk’s beverage program, featuring an extensive selection of rare whiskeys and a thoughtfully curated wine list, complements the meal, encapsulating the full spectrum of Southern hospitality.


37 Rutledge St.
Nashville, TN 37210

DINNER: 5 pm – 10 pm Sun – Thurs
DINNER: 5 pm – 10:30 pm Fri & Sat
BRUNCH: 10 am – 2 pm Sat & Sun


About Michael Castello

Michael is a singer/songwriter, producer, director, engineer and owner of Michael has been in the music and film industry for 40 years and learned songwriting from Tin Pan Alley great Lou Stallman.

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