Chef Sean Brock Cuts Ties with Husk to Focus on Nashville Project

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Less than a year after ending his tenure as Chef/Partner with The Neighborhood Dining Group restaurants, Sean Brock has left his role of Culinary Advisor at the four Husk restaurant locations across the Southeast.

Chef Brock will shift his focus entirely to his upcoming Nashville project, an East Nashville property devoted to the cuisine and culture of the Appalachian region which will open this year.

Chef Brock took the consulting role with Husk in August 2018 after ending his tenure with the other Neighborhood Dining Group restaurants McCrady’s, McCrady’s Tavern, and Minero. Husk will continue operations as usual under The Neighborhood Dining Group.




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Yesterday was my last day as Culinary Advisor of all four Husk restaurants throughout the Southeast. Watching my crazy idea for a restaurant that would only serve products from the American South expand into four cities will always be a highlight of my life. Thank you to everyone,especially the employees, for all the support and wonderful memories. I’m excited to start the next half of my career here in Nashville focusing on the Appalachian foodways of my family. The restaurant that I am creating will be the one I plan to someday retire in and pass onto my children. One of life’s greatest privileges is our ability to wake up each day with a fresh outlook and do our best to contribute to the community that we belong to. I can’t wait to share some exciting new projects with you all in the coming months! Thank you for the support and for allowing me to follow my heart, practice my craft and provide for my family.

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