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Noshville Midtown to Close Dec. 27; Funk Seoul Brother Popping Up at Revelator Coffee

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MIDTOWN - After 19 years of business, Noshville Delicatessen will close the doors to their Midtown location on December 27th, reports The Tennessean. Owner Tom Loventhal sold the property earlier this year, which has a 25-story mixed-use project planned for it and surrounding sites. Noshville had originally planned to remain open into 2016, but Loventhal, in a statement, cites high operating costs and the rising cost of insurance premiums as the reason for closing earlier than expected. [The Tennessean]

SYLVAN HEIGHTS- Double Dogs and The Sorting Table will join previously announced Farm Burger as tenants in the currently under construction Hill Center Sylvan Heights development. Double Dogs, a casual sports bar and restaurant, already has a location in Hill Center Acklen in Hillsboro Village. And The Sorting Table, a new restaurant concept owned by Mattie Jackson, daughter of country music legend Alan Jackson, will offer a wine bar, kitchen, artisan market and specialty bottle shop. An opening for all three is planned for summer 2016. [Nashville Post]

HILLSBORO VILLAGE - BJ Lofback is bringing Funk Seoul Brother and his popular sushi burritos to Revelator Coffee for a pop-up lunch and dinner on December 17th. Service times will be 11 a.m - 2 p.m. and 5 - 8 p.m., and keep an eye on social media for a menu announcement. [EaterWire]