TAILORa South Asian American dinner party-style restaurant is re-opening in Germantown on August 11.
Vivek Surti and Heather Southerland’s restaurant will supply a conversational, multi-course ceremonial dinner idea, impressed by Surti’s roots as a first-generation American of Indian descent. The 40-seat area at 620 Taylor Avenue will function a menu with South Asian dishes together with expanded farsan, a class of Gujarati snacks, Indian breads, and grilled gadgets.
The design of the area can even give a node to its unique roots. Components resembling TAILOR’s unique butcher block countertop and the enduring crystal chandelier from Surti’s childhood residence floor the area. The acquainted options are complemented by new design elements from the group at Pfeffer Torode, resembling the normal Gujarati rounded-top arch carved into the bar cabinetry and echoed within the eating room entrance, six extra chandeliers all through the area, and wealthy textures and materials on the partitions. The tile work all through the area additionally options detailed small gold tile stitching discovered across the lavatory ground as a nod to the tailor identify.
Reservations are actually out there for 2 dinner providers at 6 pm and eight:30 pm 4 nights every week, Thursday by way of Sunday. For extra info, go to tailornashville.com.