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Funk Seoul Brother Going Bricks-and-Mortar; The Terminal Cafe Opening in East Nashville

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MIDTOWN - Chef B.J. Lofback is opening up a permanent location of his popular Korean street food and sushi burrito truck Funk Seoul Brother, taking over what's currently GoGo Sushi at 2057 Scarritt Place across from Vanderbilt University. The 1,200-square-foot restaurant will have seating for 45 and offer takeout and delivery options. A projected opening date has not yet been announced. [EaterWire]

EAST NASHVILLE - A new casual breakfast, lunch and coffee spot is coming to the former Khan's Desserts space at 733 Porter Road, as Whitney and Khalil Davis are currently aiming to open The Terminal Cafe in late July/early August. Khalil is the former co-owner of the now-shuttered Coffee, Lunch cafe in the Gulch, so maybe some of its popular menu items will make a comeback? [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN - Another nightlife option is hitting Printers Alley, as Alley Taps, a music venue and bar touting itself as 'Nashville's original gin mill,' appears to be in some phase of opening. While few details are currently known, social media reveals that sporadic live shows have been held since early June, but a Facebook post from last week, and the venue's website, both promise an opening soon. [Facebook]

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