Le Sel

When I return to Le Sel, I will make sure I’m hungry, get a seat in the lounge and explore the rest of the artwork. Each piece was clever and seemed to have some type of relevant significance.

Interesting artwork. Chic decor. Great vibe.

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The artwork in the entry at Le Sel is made of red string ending at the word “cava” and looks interesting at different angles. With the spacing of the letters, one can’t help but wonder if the artist meant to play with different “angles” of the word cava. Is it the drink cava or the French ca va (“How’s it going? or It’s fine.”) as a greeting or a statement, as both make sense when you enter the restaurant.
Bar menu at Le Sel
Bar menu at Le Sel
This sign at Le Sel changes intermittently
This sign at Le Sel changes intermittently
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Lit by the flashing red sign. Foie Gras, pain perdu, black pepper caramel, berries
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Escargot, mushrooms, parsley, lemon, pain frit.
Pomme Frites with Garlic Aoili
Pomme Frites with Garlic Aoili

From far away this looks like an oversized, heavily-textured metal abstract diptych. Close up, the texture is made up of teeny, tiny sea creatures! It’s quite apropos being that there’s a raw bar on the other side.

Don’t go too fast or you might walk past the best things in life.

Le Sel artwork.
Le Sel artwork.
Le Sel artwork
Le Sel artwork
Le Sel artwork
Le Sel artwork
Sea creatures!
Sea creatures
If everyone washed their hands, I wouldn't be so excited whenever I see these!
These need to be in all bathrooms everywhere.

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Le Sel | 1922 Adelicia St, Nashville, TN | 615 490 8550

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