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Urban Juicer Plans Three New Locations; Little Chef, Big Chef Coming to City House

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NASHVILLE -€” Urban Juicer plans to add three new locations in the next year, with leases signed in Sylvan Park, Hillsboro Village and Franklin's Westhaven Town Center. At least one of the new locations will offer juice cocktails, fruit beers and wine. [Nashville Business Journal]

GERMANTOWN -€” On Tuesday, September 13, City House will host the first annual Little Chef, Big Chef Nashville event, in which local chefs paired up with children enrolled in a Louie's Kids program will work together to prepare a four-course meal for the evening. Participating chefs include Tandy Wilson (City House), Matt Bolus (The 404 Kitchen), Michael Martin (Whole Foods Market Franklin) and Rebekah Turshen (City House). Tickets are $180 per person and are available by calling 615-736-5838. [EaterWire]

NASHVILLE -€” Locally-based casual restaurant chain Logan's Roadhouse filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy today, announcing the closure of 18 underperforming restaurants. The chain currently has around 250 restaurants in 50 states. [Tennessean]