Seven Senses is back open following a nearly two-week hiatus while a kitchen renovation project was being completed. The restaurant officially reopened on Saturday, June 11, for lunch and dinner service.

“We had quite a few things that needed to be done to increase our efficiency in the kitchen,” said owner Jay Albrecht. “As we’ve gotten busier over the years, it was evident our kitchen needed some upgrades.”

Seven Senses also introduced a new menu upon reopening, featuring several new items. A copy of that menu can be found on the restaurant’s website at

“It’s never pleasant to have to close our doors for any length of time,” added Albrecht. “At least in this case it was all in the name of providing even better service to our guests for years to come.”

Seven Senses is located at 32 W. Broad St. in Cookeville’s historic WestSide district. The restaurant just celebrated its ninth year of operations in late May.