- Entry/waiting area. Barn wood slat walls by Dave Puncochar with Good Wood Nashville.
- Large center bar to have concrete bar top and backing.
- Custom 24-tap beverage system by Andrew Ferrin with Ferrin IronWorks.
- Privacy booths for larger groups custom designed by Christian Fecht and Coby Gullen of East Nashville. Faux finish on walls by BJ Barber.
- Additional open dining space.
Two Ten Jack, the East Nashville restaurant and bar that will be the city's first izakaya (Japanese pub), is starting to make major strides with construction. Patrick Burke, one half of restaurant development group Seed Hospitality, sees it as a bit of a "bar raising," using a number of East Nashville artisans for the project's main design elements and finishes. One of the more unique features is the bar's custom 24-tap beverage system, which will pour 16 beers, 4 cocktails, a sake, a shochu and red and white wine. The restaurant itself will have a minimalist aesthetic, utilizing a number of natural materials. Two Ten Jack is now scheduled for a January opening. · Two Ten Jack [Official Site]
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