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Puckett's Grocery Owner Plans New Downtown Project; Details on Urban Cowboy Public House

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The future home of Urban Cowboy Public House
The future home of Urban Cowboy Public House

DOWNTOWN -€ Puckett's Grocery parent company A. Marshall Family Foods and owner Andy Marshall are certainly staying busy, with a second downtown restaurant now in the works. Promised to be a "new South" eatery, the as-yet-unnamed restaurant will be located inside the L&C Tower office building and will include an outdoor patio that wraps around the second floor. The goal is to open sometime in mid-2017. [Nashville Business Journal]

EAST NASHVILLE - New details have been revealed for east side bed and breakfast Urban Cowboy's new bar concept. Called Urban Cowboy Public House and located in the former Hummingbird vintage clothing store behind the property, the project will consist of a 2,000-square-foot bar with a 3,000-square-foot outdoor patio, along with a 25-foot-long food truck that will be a permanent fixture outside. Look for an early fall opening. [Noble/Web]

HENDERSONVILLE -€” Blossom Thai Lao Cuisine & Cellar Door Craft Cavern is now open for carry-out lunch only in the former Hendersonville Skating Rink. The restaurant, which serves traditional dishes such as pho, pad see ew, larb gai and papaya salad, will accommodate dine-in once the dining room and pub are complete, but for now it is open from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. [Facebook]

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