Located in Nashville, Aryeh's Kitchen is the top destination for kosher eats. 

Aryeh's Kitchen opened in May 2016 and is located in the heart of Vanderbilt University's campus. Since then, our iconic mobile food trailer has been serving up the finest kosher dining options with a southern twist.

Our food is prepared fresh either right inside our eye-catching food truck or at our pristine off-site commissary kitchen. We offer mouthwatering options across our menu made from the healthiest, finest kosher ingredients. This food will keep you coming back for more.

Innovative Kosher Cuisine

Rabbi Gavriel Isenberg, Manager of Aryeh's Kitchen, moved to Nashville with his wife, Menucha, and one and half year old son, Mendel, from New Jersey last August. He is passionate about providing quality Kosher food and is excited about the opportunity to manage Aryeh’s Kitchen. He loves providing authentic home-made food that he prepares with his wife. Whenever he is is not cooking up a storm and overseeing operations of the food truck, he spends his time strengthening Jewish life on campus as the Assistant Rabbi and Director of Graduate Student Programming at Chabad Vanderbilt.

 

Phone

(615) 455-0542

Social Media

Check out our Facebook Page and Instagram to stay updated on our schedule and deals!

Location

Find us on Vanderbilt's Campus!

300 24th Ave S. 

Nashville, TN 37212

Hours 

Monday Closed until August 28

Tuesday Closed until August 28

Wednesday Closed until August 28

Thursday Closed until August 28

Friday Closed until August 28

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed

The inspiration for Aryeh's Kitchen

In the summer of 2016, three men met with a mutual vision of bringing delicious, southern-style Kosher food to Vanderbilt University. Ken Freeling, his son Zack (recently graduated, then a student at Vanderbilt), and Rabbi Shlomo Rothstein (Director of Chabad Jewish Student Center at Vanderbilt) founded Aryeh’s Kitchen. The truck was named after Zack “Aryeh” Freeling who's love for food and business management fueled the trucks mission. 

After Aryeh’s Kitchen was closed, Ken donated the trailer to Chabad. Enter Rabbi Gavriel Isenberg. He moved to Nashville with his family in August 2017 to restart the food truck under the auspices of Chabad. As the hands-on manager and face of the truck, he hit the ground running and has devoted countless hours to bring the truck back. When it reopened, they kept the name in honor of Zack and as a tribute to the Freeling legacy.

So what is Aryeh's Kitchen?

It's a touchstone of wholesomeness; a place to be greeted with a smile; a place to have great-tasting, artisanal Kosher food; a place where people talk, meet, and make new friends; a place to interact with a Rabbi who is a resource when students need; and a place that spreads the uplifting messages of Chabad at Vanderbilt. All food brings people together; what makes Kosher food unique is that it fuses the body and soul.

Aryeh’s Kitchen version 2.0 is well in swing with juicy, smokey, and enticing food you don’t want to miss!