Our Work with Lockeland Table

One of the best parts about Music City's thriving social scene is the abundance of restaurants that we are lucky to work with, one of them being Lockeland Table. Opened by award-winning executive chef Hal M. Holden-Bache in 2012, Lockeland Table (LT) is one of East Nashville's most popular eateries. 

There is a reason they've been featured in Southern Living, the Nashville Scene, LA Times and more... and it's because both their food and atmosphere is amazing. Whether you're looking for delicious seafood, wood fired pizzas or a decadent dessert... they've got something on their menu for everyone. 

What's also super cool about LT, is that they do their best to use local products like regional produce/meat and reclaimed materials. As you may have already guessed... the reclaimed wood tables are where we come in! We made the oak tables that guests sit at in the main dining area. 

Lockeland Table

We crafted the reclaimed wood hanging sign that welcomes people into LT as well.  

We also made the metal sign above the eatery's front door. Pictured below is Chef Hal, rocking one of our Woodstock hats.

Photo Nov 04, 4 52 21 PM.jpg
Photo Nov 04, 4 52 29 PM.jpg

As you're walking in the doors, you can also spot a little bit of our work on your left. We built the rustic live edge bench pictured below.

Once ready to order, if you're stumped on what dish to choose... we recommend the Woodstock! Toppings on the Woodstock pizza change seasonally, so be sure to check their menu for details. Below is this past summer's vegetarian "Woodstock," packed with mushroom "bacon", castelvetrano olives, onions, aged provolone, parsley & tarragon leaves. 

If you're in the mood for steak, however, Chef Hal recommends their signature dish: a local dry-aged NY strip steak with green beans, sweet tomato, pecan sauté and chimichurri. Whatever you choose, you can't go wrong.

 "We would definitely use Woodstock again if we ever built another restaurant, and hopefully one day we will," said Hal. For more information about LT, check out their official website.

If you're a Nashville business and interested in having custom furniture built, get in touch with us here!

Brent Coursey1 Comment