The Kitchen Nashville opened late last year at Belle Meade's Westgate Shopping Center, a strip mall located at the Highway 100/Highway 70 split. While the name might give it away, the store is stocked wall-to-wall with culinary items like bakeware, kitchen gadgets and small appliances. Other than inventory, owner Jessica Jones has an in-store kitchen where Nashville chefs host classes.
Scroll through our photos to see what's inside one of Belle Meade's newest shops.
The Kitchen Nashville is a colorful kitchen supply store located at 6035 TN-100 in Belle Meade.
Once inside, you'll find these cutting and serving boards made by local carpentry business Ferrell & Co. The items are made from trees that have fallen down in the area.
Along with culinary hardware, you'll see various oils, spices and other items to add to a dish.
Here's a closer look at some of the olive oils, marinades and vinaigrettes on display.
This is the in-store kitchen where Nashville chefs teach cooking classes. You can find upcoming classes listed on the store's website.
Owner Jessica Jones says the Corksicle is a popular item right now.
The Kitchen Nashville is open 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Tuesday–Saturday and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday.
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