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Two Ten Jack Is Headed to Chattanooga

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Well it didn't take long for Nashville's first izakaya and ramen restaurant, Two Ten Jack, to get expansion-minded, as Chattanooga's Times Free Press reports that it's headed to the city's Warehouse Row, taking over approximately 4,800 square feet of space previously occupied by two other restaurants. The second restaurant concept under Seed Hospitality, a partnership between Zumi Sushi owner Patrick Burke and restaurateur Jason McConnell, just opened in East Nashville in January. And as a flood of restaurants from other cities have announced plans to expand to Nashville, Two Ten Jack appears to be swimming against the current, as one of very few original local concepts opening up shop outside of town. Be on the lookout for a late fall opening.
· Warehouse Row Getting Izakaya-style Eatery [The Tennessean]
· Two Ten Jack [Official Site]
· All Two Ten Jack Coverage[-ENSH-]

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