Many Nashvillians headed back to work today with sunny skies above and clear roads ahead. But don’t jump in the car and head out to do your shopping just yet – Many businesses (not to mention homes) are still under water, and water levels are still rising in parts of the city, especially in downtown Nashville. If you don’t absolutely have to be somewhere, it’s still a good idea to stay at home. We’re starting a running list of businesses closed due to flooding here, and if you have something to add, drop us a comment!
Closed Monday, May 3:
*Downtown from 1st-3th Avenues has been evacuated.
*Metro Center is still closed from last night’s evacuation.
3rd & Lindsley
Bates Nursery – closed through May 6th
BB King’s Blues Club & Restaurant – Closed until further notice
Big River Grill & Brewing Works – Closed until further notice
Bike Pedlar (Old Hickory Blvd)
Calypso Cafe (Belle Meade)
Centerstone (Metrocenter) – Patients diverted to Ransom Place office. See comments.
Country Music Hall of Fame
Diana’s Sweet Shoppe
Gaylord Springs Golf Course – Closed until further notice
Green Hills Pediatrics (in Belle Meade).
Green Hills YMCA – Closed for several days
Grins Vegetarian Cafe
Hard Rock Cafe – Closed until further notice
Harris Teeter (Belle Meade)
Joe’s Crab Shack – Closed until further notice
Nashville Farmer’s Market – Closed until further notice
Opry Mills & Opryland Hotel – Hotel closure may last months
Pep Boys (Charlotte)
Schermerhorn Symphony Center
Second Harvest Food Bank
Starbucks (Metro Center)
Wildhorse Saloon – Closed until further notice
Garden Food Service Marketplace
Otters (Cool Springs)
Kroger (Belle Meade)
Again, if you have anything to add, let us know in the comments and we’ll add it to the roundup. Help us help you!
Photo by @RyneHambright.