Historic property’s Capitol Grille, Oak Bar established for update

authors William Williams

The Hermitage Hotel’s venerable Capitol Grille and Oak Bar are slated for updates.

According to a Metro Codes Section-issued allow, the do the job also will include things like renovation of the women’s restroom, kitchen and prep kitchen. Valued at $310,000, the allow does not reference the hotel’s renowned art deco fashion men’s space. Nashville-primarily based R.C. Mathews Contractor will handle the establish-out. GHP, also regionally dependent, is the architect.

In addition, a separate allow, valued at $154,000, has been pulled related to a temporary kitchen trailer to accommodate the effort and hard work.

Hermitage Lodge officers could not be achieved for remark.

In accordance to the permit, the 1908-opened setting up most just lately noticed a renovation in 2003. Capitol Grille commenced serving meals in 1910. Also opened in 1910, the Oak Bar began lifetime as a “private gentleman’s club,” according to the lodge internet site. It features a 208-bottle bourbon range, billed as just one of the greatest this sort of collections in Nashville.

Historic Inns of America owns the hotel building and business enterprise, which are positioned at 231 Sixth Ave. N. With 122 rooms, the resort is ranked five stars, and the setting up is outlined on the Countrywide Register of Historic Destinations.