Owners of The Catbird Seat announced this morning that Trevor Moran will replace Erik Anderson as the execuitve chef at the high-profile Midtown restaurant. Moran is a former sous chef at Noma in Copenhagen, Denmark, annually hailed by many as the best restaurant in the world. Read more here.
Chef Erik Anderson is leaving Midtown stalwart The Catbird Seat and moving to Minnesota to accompany fiancée Jamie Malone, a chef at Minneapolis' Sea Change. Anderson, who tells Nashville Scene he is exploring opening a restaurant in the Twin Cities, will craft his last meal at The Catbird Seat on New Year's Eve. Read more here.
Dana Kopp Franklin over at Bites has the details on the latest Goldberg Brothers restaurant venture: a 30-seat restaurant on the second floor of faux-speakeasy Patterson House called "The Catbird Seat" that's going to feature fancy, bespoke, seven-course meals made by two Beard Award-nominated chefs.
From the release:
Named in honor of author James Thurber and sportscaster Red Barber, who coined the phrase ”he’s sitting in the catbird seat,” the restaurant delivers a unique setting, one that is refined but playful. With the help of Nashville architect Manuel Zeitlin and interior designer, Landy Gardner, the restaurant’s design elements will include modern light fixtures and vaulted ceilings. An elevator takes diners to the second-floor dining room, where they are greeted with clean lines and contemporary designs.
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