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The Listening Room on the Move in 2017; Uncertain Future for Blackstone Restaurant

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SOBRO - Music venue The Listening Room is going to be on the move next year, with plans to relocate to the International Harvester building at 618 Fourth Ave. S. Aiming for a late summer/early fall opening, the new space, which will include a bar and a large patio, would allow it to almost double in size. [NBJ]

EAST NASHVILLE - Construction is moving along on Five Points bar and restaurant The Rosemary and Beauty Queen, with the first phase of the two-part project looking to open in January and the second sometime in March. Chuck Anderson, who started bao bun food truck Death From a Bun, has stepped in as chef. [Tennessean]

WEST END/MIDTOWN - There now appears to be an uncertain future for Blackstone Restaurant & Brewery, as owner Kent Taylor says that it won’t reopen after months of kitchen renovations if a new operating partner is not found. Nashville’s oldest brewpub, Blackstone closed at the end of June, with Etch and Amerigo parent company 4-Top Hospitality originally planned to step in and run the project. [NBJ]

DOWNTOWN - TC Restaurant Group, the owner of WannaB’s Karaoke Bar, Crazytown and other nightlife spots, is planning a new concept called Tavern on 3rd. Located at 122 Third Ave. S., the project, once completed, would include four floors housing three stages and four bars. [Tennessean]