Downtown Sporting Club and Mangia are Nashville’s first restaurant closings announced in 2022

It’s never easy for a restaurant or bar owner to decide that the time has finally come to shut down their business, but after a year and a half of struggles and staff shortages fueled by the pandemic, the closures are, sadly. , inevitable. So to help you keep track, here is a list of what has closed so far in 2022 around Music City.

This story will continue to be updated throughout the year.

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January 3

Downtown sports club (Bass Broadway)

The building that housed Strategic Hospitality’s Downtown Sporting Club has been sold to an undisclosed new owner and is being closed with immediate effect, according to the Nashville Post. The multi-level 411 Broadway building debuted in its current iteration in 2019, Ben and Max Goldberg’s most ambitious project to date, with four separate dining options, ax throwing lanes, an oasis on the rooftop and a few hotel rooms overlooking Broadway. In its old life, the ground floor of the building housed the popular Paradise Park Trailer Resort, a popular resort that opened from 2007 to 2018. Strategic Hospitality finally relaunched the popular honky-tonk after the transition, bringing back its popular tater tots, burgers and $ 6 of natural light. pitchers.


Mangia (Melrose)

Italian destination Mangia co-owner Nick Pelligrino posted on social media this weekend at the Melrose-area restaurant that his last serve was their latest family-style festive feast in NYE. Located in the Eighth Avenue Commons development on the corner of Craighead Street and Franklin Pike, Pelligrino and his wife Jeanine debuted at the popular restaurant as a pop-up in Franklin in 2011 before moving to his Melrose home. in 2016. Mangia was the best known. for its fun family-style weekend feasts and gluten-free friendly dining options.

“With gratitude and bittersweet feelings, we announce that the New Years Eve party last night was our last Mangia service here. Our family survived COVID-19, but unfortunately not our family business. We thank our local Nashville guests and visitors from all over for making Mangia Nashville a part of your life and being part of Tennessee’s biggest Italian family. the Pellegrinos posted on social media.

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