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About 404 Kitchen
Chef Matt Bolus and the team at The 404 Kitchen in Nashville made their eagerly anticipated move across the street to 507 12th Avenue. The James Beard-nominated restaurant will open their new, state-of-the-art space that will allow executive chef Matt Bolus and his culinary team to build upon their celebrated repertoire of flavors while staying true to the original concept and style. The restaurant boasts a variety of indoor and outdoor seating perfect for a romantic dinner, family gathering, private event, catching up with friends or enjoying a cocktail on the patio.
Nashville, TN 37203
American, Contemporary Southern
Hours of Operation:
Mon–Thu: 5:00 pm–10:00 pm
Fri & Sat: 5:00 pm–10:30 pm
Sunday: 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking is available throughout the Gulch at street meters as well as pay lots.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The 404 Kitchen, located in Nashville’s popular Gulch neighborhood, offers a full service event team that will help you design every detail for your private event. From corporate events to rehearsal dinners and everything in between, The 404 Kitchen will make every moment of your event extraordinary
404 Kitchen Ratings and Reviews
Was sat 45 min after reservation time in possibly the worst table in the restaurant. They were out of several food options. Apps came early, main course came out over an hr later. Ordered drinks and never came. Mia the manager kindly comped our entire meal but overall I would rate 404 very poorly. There are so many amazing restaurants to put on your list before this one.
I enjoyed my meal here, but in my honest opinion some of the items on the menu are priced way higher than what they should be. The food is good but not life-changing (I had the rabbit, my husband had bolognese), but of course I appreciate the whole free-range, seasonal, farm-to-table aspect raising the price. My main complaint is the cheapest glass of wine is 12 dollars! Just seemed unreasonable to me and totally threw me off. In short, I found it to be satisfactory but overrated.
To me they have lost a little of the fun of going there with the change of locations. But having said that, the service is always great!! The food is limited and I wish they would expand the menu by a couple of items. They were out of many items during our dinner both drink and food. I guess that made it feel more limited. For the price I want a choice of fish I guess not just swordfish. The liver and beef were both amazing to start, and the rabbit is always a solid choice. All and all a good dinner.
Not a strong choice for vegetarian options (sides do not equal a veggie meal). Service was a little uneven. My fish was delicious and my husband enjoyed the rabbit, but our guest found the bolognese disappointing. It was worth trying to see what all the buzz is about, but I would never return or go out of my way to recommend. There's too many great options out there to repeat a solid, but just good, experience.
Awesome food. As a table for two, the first table they gave us literally had one seat touch the cutlery/ water station. It really shouldn't be an actual table. We asked to be moved and the new table was better but not great. The tables for 4 seem amazing though. Maybe they could pay better attention to the ambience of the tables for 2. But the food is fantastic.
Our server, Hunter, was very friendly and helpful in explaining the menu. The sous vide beef tri tip was absolutely amazing. I also recommend the sweet potato side dish. The corn bread was very good, but probably not worth it. The blondie dessert I almost passed on, but am so glad my friend talked me into it. The name is misleading. The texture is nothing like any blondie I've ever had before. You have to like cinnamon to like it, but it was super delicious.
What a great evening! Service was professional yet friendly. The scallop toast was to die for, if you try nothing else, try this appetizer! Loved, loved, loved their version of the Southern Caesar Salad. Had the grilled fish as my main course and it was fresh and perfectly cooked. Cocktails were delicious. No room for dessert this visit, but I will definitely visit again.
Our first visit to the new site for 404--we had been to the smaller venue across the street. Very energetic (almost too loud for conversation at times!), attentive staff, excellent food--we had steak tartar and burrata for appetizers, the rabbit, pozole, lamb sugo, and bolognese for main. The tartare was a bit bland, but the burrata delicious. Everyone loved their mains. Good wine selection.
Cons were the noise, the almost too-attentive staff not giving us enough time to review the menu, interrupting conversation repeatedly to get orders (which we had asked for more time a few times), and the valet up-charge. Will return. And park ourselves :).
First time at 404 in any location, old or new. Service was excellent, but server was a bit intense and not chatty or fun. Had good recommendations when asked. Waited a long time in the bar to be seated, way past our reservation time. When we checked in the hostess didn’t tell us to let her know when we wanted to be seated-ummm at our reservation time, come and get us???
Food was excellent as was dessert. The blonde was great. Will definitely return.
We dined with friends with whom we have traveled extensively, eating in wonderful restaurants all over the US and Europe. I would stack this food up against any restaurant i have been to n the past: ever. You can taste small and large plates family style, which we did. You can have oysters and salad: we had both raw and roasted. I look forward to my next visit. I highly recommend it!!
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