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The daughter of a bohemian mother from Venice Beach and a well-read, charming Frenchman father, lou is Chef and Owner Mailea Weger’s brunch locale, dinner destination, and all-natural wine bar new to East Nashville, Tennessee. Located in a renovated white 1930s craftsman house within East Nashville’s hip Riverside Village, lou merges the playful juxtaposition between contemporary California fare and Old-World European style. After an early career focused in the fashion industry, Mailea received her first opportunity to work in a kitchen on a six-month travel stint around Europe. She then returned to California to delve into a full-time culinary career, graduating from the Culinary Institute of San Diego in 2010. After completing an externship at New Orleans’ Herbsaint, she opened LA’s cult-favorite restaurant Gjusta as Sous Chef and was later promoted to its sister restaurant, Gjelina. Most recently, Mailea was known as the leader of Echo in Paris, France, a Parisian-Californian café and deli that has garnered much critical acclaim. Inspired by her former cities, Mailea created lou’s menu as a nod to the West Coast's healthy-ish cuisine, emphasizing seasonality and sustainability through vegetable-forward dishes and a focused selection of proteins. lou also features a low-ABV cocktail menu, offering creative takes on traditional classics, and an all-natural wine program to complement each dish on the menu. Serving brunch and dinner Monday-Sunday, Mailea brings an intimate, magical atmosphere and healthy, flavor-driven cuisine to Nashville and its diners.
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If you are exploring East Nashville, then this is the spot for you. It's one of the best places in town. It's small, so try to get a reservation.
The highly-anticipated café offers all-day brunch, an all-natural wine bar, and a menu focused on sustainable, local ingredients. Lou’s concept ties together a European style with a present-day California vibe. Lou’s bright and eclectic menu features “healthy-ish” cuisine with vegetable-forward…