NASHVILLE, Tn. (WSMV) – Restaurants across Nashville are facing rocketing food costs as U.S. consumer prices increased nearly 1 percent last month, the most in 13 years.
Many restaurants have had to increase prices or remove menu items altogether.
“Frustrating to say the least but we’ve had a very good clientele that’s supported us,” Melissa Hall, manager at Noshville Deli said.
Even though the foodies have kept the eats flying out of Noshville Deli, it’s had to remove at least 30 percent of its menu because it can’t get the product or it’s too expensive.
“Corned beef, pastrami, they’ve become