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  • Writer's pictureMary Ann


Fried Catfish Photo Credit Mayter Scott

Keeping in step with the challenging, ever-shifting demands of the COVID age, Marsh House, the Gulch’s go-to dining destination for elevated Southern fare and seafood, is reopening its doors to the public for a very special Oyster Social (Distancing) pop-up. For a limited time, guests can practice social distancing on the Marsh House patio over delectable fare and refreshing libations.

Offerings include thin fried catfish and fried chicken ($18), each served with fries, Creole mustard potato salad, coleslaw; and Murder Point ($3) and Louisiana Gulf oysters ($2) on the half shell. In addition to delectable bites, guests can also enjoy a variety of creative libations including the Fish House Bowl — a seasonal summer cocktail for two; Americano Hipe — Bruto Americano, Cocchi Torino, soda, orange; People’s Choice — Cathead, Genepy, cucumber, strawberry, lime, soda; and the Good Samaritan — Buffalo Trace, Amontillado, Banane du Bresil, lemon. A selection of wines-by-the-glass and Nashville brews like the New Heights Nothing Fancy Cream Ale and Tailgate Watermelon Goose will also be available.

WHEN/WHERE: The pop-up is taking place on Friday, August 21st and Saturday, August 22nd with 6PM and 8PM reservation times. Seating is limited and reservations are required. Those that prefer to enjoy the party from the safety of their own home can pre-order for pick-up by emailing or by direct messaging @marshhouserest on Instagram. Marsh House is located at the Thompson Nashville, 401 11th Ave S, Nashville. Reservations can be made by calling 615-262-6001; Website:

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