American cuisine

The ex-Taco Mamacita space arrives in an American cuisine restaurant | Retail

An American cuisine restaurant is planned for the Edgehill Village space, Taco Mamacita’s last home.

To be called Sadie’s and with an opening slated for late September, the restaurant will be owned and operated by Red Pebbles Hospitality. This entity is led by Howard Greenstone, who teams up with Ken Levitan and various silent investors to own Adele’s, The 404 Kitchen, Emmy Squared and Blue Stripes Urban Cacao in The Gulch; Shep’s Jewish deli at Five Points; and Bajo Sexto in SoBro.

According to Sadie’s website, the menu will feature a variety of American dishes with a Mediterranean twist. The address will be 1200 Villa Place.

Charlotte-based Asana Partners owns the building from which Sadie’s will operate, having acquired it in 2017 from a local investor group led by Rob Lowe.

Greenstone, who oversees the day-to-day management of the various Red Pebbles Hospitality restaurants, initially became Asana’s tenant when he signed a lease in 2018 for Emmy Squared at Navy Yard in Washington DC Now Greenstone operates nine catering businesses through the properties. Asana. In addition to Nashville and DC, they are located in Alexandria, Virginia; Atlanta; Charlotte; and Durham, North Carolina

“Asana Partners has been a great real estate company to work with,” said Greenstone.

Taco Mamacita closed earlier this year. Parent company Monen Family Restaurant Group, through an LLC, paid $ 1.9 million for the Germantown building that previously housed Little’s Fish Market and could apparently reopen Taco Mamacita in that structure, according to a source.