Lockeland Table Community Kitchen and Bar is nestled into the historic neighborhood of its namesake in East Nashville. Woven into its very fabric are elements of the community, history and camaraderie that make up it’s charm. From the reconstructed storefront to resemble the original 1930s H.G Hills dry goods store, to the center wall built by friends and family, to the comforting dishes paying tribute to Chef Hal’s upbringing, it all represents a piece of Lockeland Table’s foundation.
Come visit the neighborhood!
Chef Hal Won Iron Fork 2014!
This year’s Iron Fork battle was one of the most competitive in the seven-year history of the event. All the chefs are not only impressive on their own terms, they’ve attracted notice on a national level, sharing in the current wave of attention paid to Nashville as a rapidly ascendent food city.
“The place is a top to bottom testament to East Nashville’s community roots: everything has a story and the theme of preservation runs deep.” – BBC
“Chef Holden-Bache doesn’t disappoint on his new adventure in the culinary world.” – The Examiner
The result is a repertoire that’s as balanced in style as it is in content, with counterpoints of rustic and refined, sweet and savory, crisp and custardy, all conspiring to create a consistently excellent meal.” – Nashville Scene
Monday – Saturday, 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.
Come visit us for community hour, where a portion of our proceeds benefit Lockeland Design Center PTO. Snacks, drinks and kids menus available.