There is becoming a trend in the US of using recycled items to make new things. That trend has hit Nashville in the Gulch area. The Gulch is an urban mix-use neighborhood in downtown Nashville. Within the Gulch is a restaurant called 404 Kitchen. 404 Kitchen is possibly the first re-use of shipping containers in Nashville. 404 Kitchen opened in October 2013. 404 Kitchen offers a modern take on classic European cuisine. The restaurant is made primarely out of 2 recycled shipping containers and offers 45 seats for patrons. The restaurant is lead by chief chef Matt Bolous
The spiral staircase to the right of the picture leads to a rooftop area that is planned for a garden. Chef Matt Bolus plans to grow specialty produce for the restaurant.
Here is the front of the restaurant as you enter through the front doors. You can see the shipping container that makes up most of the restaurant.
The bar area of 404 Kitchen.
To read more about 404 Kitchen you can check out their website www.the404nashville.com
Make sure to check back next week as we will be checking out the new oneC1ty in Nashville. Here is a sneak peek of a computer rendering of part of oneC1ty.
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