Iconic Nashville restaurant due to re-open after closing earlier in the year
Arnold’s Country Kitchen, a cherished Nashville eatery, is set to reopen for a brief period after having closed earlier this year. This renowned meat and three establishments, which had been a community staple for over 40 years, will make a comeback just in time for Thanksgiving, having shut its doors back in January. For many locals, the timing couldn’t be any better.
The owner, Khalil Arnold, shared that the decision to reopen was a bit of a surprise. The property, which was initially on the market for sale, didn’t find a buyer as the potential purchasers withdrew. This turn of events led Arnold and his family to take the chance to bring the restaurant back to life for a limited duration.
This temporary reopening presents a unique opportunity for patrons who might have missed the chance to visit the restaurant one last time.
Arnold’s Country Kitchen will be open from Monday to Wednesday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., offering its signature menu items to dine-in guests.
Given the expected large turnout, the Arnold family is preparing to serve hundreds during this special week. In line with the spirit of community support, any food that remains will be donated to Room In the Inn, as a gesture of giving back.