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Here’s what’s coming and going this month in Nashville

Food, retail, and entertainment spots announced openings and closings at the start of 2024, so we got down to business and put the news all in one place.

The exterior of a new Shake Shack at Tanger Outlets Nashville showcasing signage and string lights on an outdoor patio with seating.

Nashville is shaking things up in 2024.

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New year, new changes across Nashville’s food, retail, and entertainment sectors. A slew of businesses began 2024 with closing, opening, and updated operation announcements.

What’s coming

  • Shake Shack | Tanger Outlets Nashville | The fast-casual chain serving burgers, fries, and shakes opened its fifth Tennessee location.
  • Sip Sobro | 523 4th Ave. S. | Expect 60 taps from this just opened downtown beer garden, plus coffee and espresso served all day. Bonus: Dogs and outside food are welcome.
  • A-ROI by Smiley Thai | 2700 Clifton Ave. | Indulge in sushi, noodle dishes, and more when the restaurant hosts its soft opening beginning Monday, Jan. 8 at 11 a.m.

What’s closing

  • McCabe Pub | 4410 Murphy Rd. | The Sylvan Park staple will close in January after 41 years in business. Visit the website or Instagram page for official dates.
  • REVV | Fifth + Broadway | The downtown women’s clothing boutique opened its doors for the last time just before the new year.
  • Wildhorse Saloon | 120 2nd Ave. N. | Longtime line dancing and music venue Wildhorse Saloon closed its doors to make way for a new honky tonk by Luke Combs, which is expected to open in mid-2024.

What’s changing

  • Rolf and Daughters | 700 Taylor St. | Following 11 years in business, the Germantown hotspot is temporarily closing through Wednesday, Jan. 17 to renovate the kitchen.
  • Alebrije | 514 Rep. John Lewis Way S. | The Mexican food truck decided to close this winter to focus on operating at Bar Sovereign, but hinted at new plans coming later this year.
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