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Edgehill Village's Old Glory Is Taking Shape, Aiming for a Late November Opening

And it already looks to be one of the most interesting places to grab a drink in town.

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Progress is moving steadily along on Old Glory, the new Edgehill Village cocktail bar from sisters Alexis and Britt Soler, veterans of East Nashville cocktail den No. 308. Part of the commercial property's current revitalization, the project is situated behind Taco Mamacita and located in the property's old boiler room. And it is already one of the most interesting and dramatic restaurant and bar spaces in the city.

The open space has industrial atmosphere to spare, with sky-high ceilings and a large portion of the existing elements being incorporated into the bar's design. Guests will enter the bar off an alleyway, walking down into the main floor via a curved staircase. There will also be a lower mezzanine, with both areas featuring bar and booth seating.

Old Glory will join a relocated and majorly revamped Edgehill (formerly Edgehill Cafe) at Edgehill Village, along with another as-yet-unnamed new restaurant.

Currently they are hoping for a late November opening, but be sure to check back for more updates as Old Glory moves closer to the finish line.

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