Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Sullivan's Steakhouse to move into the old Seanachie Pub on Broadway

Sullivan's Steakhouse will be moving into the long-dormant Seanachie pub at the corner of Broadway and Fourth Avenue. The high-end steak chain went private last December and separated from Lone Star, its former publicly traded parent. That slowed plans for the prime spot in Nashville, says Mark Mednansky, CEO of Sullivan's.

They are still coming and it begs the question...How many steak chains do we need in Nashville? Can we add some more variety? How about some upscale Southern restaurants, meat and threes that stay open for dinner or something ethnic?

I have nothing against steaks or Sullivans but it just seems like overkill to me. Do you agree or disagree?

1 comment:

Elfred said...

Agreed! Between the local faves (Jimmy Kelly), the local chains (Stoney River), the national chains (Ruth Chris, Morton's) you can eat steak from the airport to the river and back. I miss Seanachie. The authentic food, cold drink, and atmosphere were a nice change from the standard C&W tourist fare.