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Mimo Restaurant and Bar expands its Italian menu with new offerings

Mimo opened as Four Seasons Nashville’s flagship restaurant in fall 2022, focusing on authentic Italian meets southern comfort food.

An array of new menu items served on colorful plates and bowls.

Why not sample a little bit of everything?

Photo via Four Seasons Hotel Nashville

No need to jet set to Rome next time you’re in the mood for some authentic Italian food (with a Nashville twist, of course). Mimo Restaurant and Bar has expanded its menu, increasing the number of shareable plates and broadening the selection of scratch-made pasta dishes.

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Try the newly-added cheese and charcuterie boards, roasted Springer Farms chicken for two, or the 36-ounce, 48-day aged tomahawk steak.

🍝 Plenty of pasta
This is where we prefer to fill up.

  • Ravioli with ricotta, sage, creamy Parmesan, and crispy pancetta
  • Cacio e pepe linguine with lime-marinated shrimp
  • Bonus: These pair with new house-made bread — focaccia with rosemary, sea salt, and Italian olive oil.

Wash everything down with a sip from the also expanded (and very on theme) cocktail menu. We’ll be having the Bless Your Heart — Irish gin, Campari, strawberry, and hibiscus topped with a bubble to pop that releases scented smoke, which enhances the cocktail’s flavor.

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