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Hot Happy Hour Alert + Lunch Service Takes Flight at The Mockingbird



The Mockingbird hatched in Music City a few months back, the culinary brainchild of two partners who came to Nashville to open the stunning restaurant serving global diner fare.  Executive Chef Brian Riggenbach and Front-of-House and Pun-Builder extraordinaire Mikey Corona have created a menu filled with fun dish names and comforting, outside-the-nest classics. 

I visited for a Happy Hour a few months back and took note of the good deals. They've recently expanded their Happy Hours to span from 2:30pm until 6pm. Happy Hour at The Mockingbird includes $6 bites, including favorite "rice, rice baby" app - pimento cheese arancini.  Select wine and beer of the day are priced well at $5, and the classic margarita and "daily punchin' bag" (an adult take on the capri sun, served in an actual bag) ring up for just $6. 




Those hungry for a full dinner can grab "The Happier Meal" - a draught beer of your choice coupled with the Mockingbird Burger. 




Lunch service at The Mockingbird will launch January 22, and will be available on Monday-Friday from 11am-2:30pm. The new lunch menu will feature more creative takes on classic comfort dishes by Chef Brian Riggenbach. You'll find some familiar items from the dinner and Sunday brunch menus, plus a "healthy-ish"section and large plate options, plus sandwiches (to include a Vegan Reuben) and salads. A "Meat and Tray" will offer the chef's choice of appetizer, half sandwich, soup, salad, and a cookie for just $15.



121A 12th Ave N
Nashville, TN 37203


615-741-9900




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