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UPDATED: Five Daughters Bakery Headed to Rosemary Beach; Alan Jackson Opening AJ's Good Time Bar

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12 SOUTH -€” Five Daughters Bakery continues to charge forward with new expansion plans, with word out today regarding a third location in Rosemary Beach, Fla. Co-owner Will Butler tells Eater that they hope to open the 1,300-square-foot outpost in mid-2017, with their focus currently on the second Nashville shop, which is slated to open sometime in September. [The Tennessean]

LOWER BROADWAY - It looks like we may now have new downtown bars from country music stars Dierks Bentley, John Rich and Alan Jackson to look forward to in the future, as the Lower Broad building that is home to The Wheel honky-tonk and The Wheel Cigar Bar has been purchased by a group that appears to be led by Jackson. A third-floor bar and rooftop patio are planned to open at the property by the end of the year. [NBJ] UPDATED (8/23/16) - Alan Jackson will be opening AJ's Good Time Bar later this year, and he'll be using the entire building, as The Wheel and The Wheel Cigar Bar closed after this past Saturday night. [The Tennessean]

SYLVAN PARK -€” EiO & the Hive, the new restaurant and market concept from Jennifer Masley and Fresh Hospitality (Taziki's, Juice Bar, Cochon Butcher), is set to open in Nashville later this fall, but students at West Virginia University will have a chance to experience it first as the new on-campus outpost opens this Thursday. Look for the coffee, juice and food offerings there to give us some major hints about what to expect at the Nashville location. [Instagram]

BELLEVUE - Local SoCal-Mexican food mini-chain Oscar's Taco Shop is opening up a sixth location, this time on the west side of town. Located at 273 Hicks Road, the casual spot will serve an all-day menu of tacos, burritos, quesadillas and more seven days a week. [EaterWire]