Nashville Business Journal recently shared a story about plans for CityLights new restaurant with its readers. According to the article, the Revelette Brothers, the duo behind Jonathan’s Grille, will open a high-quality, classic American grill in CityLights modern lobby-level space. While the restaurant will be a different concept than the Jonathan’s Grille sports bar franchise, it will have an approachable and affordable vibe. Read the full article below.
Source: Nashville Business Journal
Curt and Mason Revelette aren’t sure what they’re going to call their next restaurant yet, but they know where it’s going.
The brothers behind Jonathan’s Grille have inked a deal to open a restaurant in CityLights, a condo development under construction at 20 Rutledge St. The as-yet unnamed project will occupy about 5,500 square feet inside, Curt Revelette said in an interview Monday, with glass walls on three sides and a large outdoor patio.
The new restaurant – described by Revelette as a “high-quality, classic American grill” – opens a new chapter for the brothers, who have spent the past several years growing the reach of their upscale sports bar chain with new locations. But while the CityLights restaurant will feature a different vibe than Jonathan’s, Revelette said it will still be “approachable and affordable.”
Rising seven stories and including 71 condos, the CityLights project is backed by an investor group including Don Meeks, a Houston-based architect who designed the building.
In a phone interview Tuesday, Meeks said the building is about 50 percent sold out, with 32 units under contract and another four being negotiated. Nashville’s Village Real Estate Services is handling the sales effort.
“We couldn’t be happier with the Revelettes,” said Meeks, who has worked with the family on previous projects in the area.