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A Gastropub Is Coming to Franklin's Westhaven; Dirty Pages Exhibit Heads to New Orleans

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FRANKLIN - A new upscale, family-friendly gastropub restaurant concept is coming to Franklin's Westhaven community. A. Marshall Foods Inc., the group behind Puckett's Grocery and Restaurant, says the 2,500-square-foot first floor will include a bar and grill with a large front patio, but they're still finalizing the menu and other specific details, which are expected to come in the next few weeks. The target opening for the restaurant is the first half of 2016. [Eaterwire]

THE NATIONS - Red Bicycle Coffee & Crepes co-owner Dave Trett is planning a new concept in a mixed-use building being developed at the corner of 51st and Illinois Avenue in The Nations. The 2,000-square-foot project will include coffee, but Trett says the menu will differ from the crepes and other breakfast options currently seen at Red Bicycle. [The Tennessean]

NASHVILLE - Dirty Pages, a photo exhibit that debuted at the Nashville Farmer's Market in March, will be displayed permanently at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum in New Orleans starting Friday, November 6th. The exhibit celebrates 18 Nashville women from varied backgrounds and the recipes that help tell their stories. [Eaterwire]