Meet oneSHOP, Nashville’s newest local marketplace

A new way to shop and support small businesses.


Be sure to check out daily specials. | Photo by NASHtoday

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What if you could shop for all of your favorite local products in one place?

If you’re saying, “Well, one of Nashville’s many farmers markets,” you wouldn’t be wrong. But in this case, we’re talking about oneSHOP: a new marketplace for artisan foods and goods. The store — created by local chefs and producers — is holding its grand opening on Saturday, Jan. 28 at West Nashville’s oneC1TY community.

The space

If you’re familiar with oneC1TY’s shopping district, you’ll know to look for the repurposed shipping containers at 3 City Ave. — home to restaurants and businesses like AVO, TWEAK, and KOKOS Ice Cream. oneSHOP is located beside KOKOS and faces City Boulevard.


From hot sauces to coffee, oneSHOP is stocked with local goods. | Photo by NASHtoday

The vendors

The shop is stocked with pantry and refrigerated items, home goods, beverages, and more. Pro tip: Look for the artwork lining the walls by artist Nija Woods — it’s for sale. Get to know some of the local vendors you’ll find around the shop.

    • Perfectly Cordial | Small-batch beverage mixer | Two of the brand’s mixers are nominated for Good Food Awards.
    • Radical Rabbit | Vegan soul food | Fried jackfruit, vegan ribs, greens, and other comforting bites
    • Cocorico | French cuisine | Fresh baguettes, Parisian sandwiches, and quiche
    • Lovin’ From the Oven | Baked goods | New Orleans-style king cake, almond cream cheese croissants, and bourbon pecan sticky buns

    Curious what other local goods you’ll find? Vendors will rotate, but look for familiar brands like Maypop Sparking Water, Honey Child Jellies, Wise Butter, and Hot Sauce Nashville. Be sure to follow the store on Instagram for the latest offerings.

    oneSHOP is open Wednesday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Pro tip: The store is cashless but does accept cards and Venmo payment.

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