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The Eastern Peak Now Open in Woodbine; Red Bean Roadshow Coming to Biscuit Love

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WOODBINE -€” Thai and sushi spot The Eastern Peak opened to the public this past Wednesday. Located at 536 Thompson Lane, the restaurant serves stir fry, curry, noodle and rice dishes, as well as a variety of sushi rolls and sashimi. The space, formerly occupied by Thai Star, has been completely renovated and features a newly constructed patio. [EaterWire]

THE GULCHBiscuit Love will host New Orleans' Pableaux Johnson and his Red Bean Roadshow for a one-night pop-up family-style dinner party on Tuesday, July 19. Johnson will be serving up his red beans and rice with cornbread, and Biscuit Love will provide the appetizer and dessert. All-inclusive tickets, which include beer and wine, are $40. [EaterWire]

SYLVAN HEIGHTS -€” Double Dogs Chow House is opening its second Nashville location at 4017 Charlotte Avenue in the Hill Center Sylvan Heights development on Monday, July 18. The new location will serve the same menu as the Hillsboro Village outpost and feature the same sports-minded atmosphere, with 40 televisions, 41 tables and an outdoor patio. [EaterWire]

EAST NASHVILLE -€” This weekend is your last chance to grab brunch at Little Octopus, at least for a while, as they will suspend service until they open in their new Gulch home later this year. But don't fret, dinner service will continue in its current location through September. [Facebook]

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