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Pharmacy Burger Parlor Owner Bringing New Liberty Green Concept to The Factory at Franklin

An August opening is targeted for the 10,000-square-foot project

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Local restaurateur Terry Raley, the man behind The Pharmacy Burger Parlor, Holland House Bar & Refuge and Butchertown Hall, has announced that he will be bringing an entirely new concept to The Factory at Franklin, rather than the previously announced Pharmacy Burger spin-off.

Called Liberty Green, Raley tells Eater that the project will be an “amalgamation of everything [he’s] done so far” and that he wants it to first and foremost be a place where people “meet up and have a lot of fun, and have some great food while they’re there, too. An everyman’s place.”

The menu will feature a wide variety of items, including smoked meats, wood-fired vegetables and burgers, as well as “lots of fried chicken and Belgian frites.” There will be a full cocktail program, with Raley teasing out the possibility of adult snow cones making an appearance, along with craft beer.

The space will total approximately 10,000-square-feet inside and out, with a large split-level outdoor green space located under the Factory Tower. Three bars, shuffleboard, ping pong and areas specifically designed for children will also be in the mix.

Raley calls it his “flagship project,” and intends to open smaller delivery and take-out Liberty Green locations in the future.

The Franklin concept is aiming for an August opening, so be sure to check back in the future for more updates and intel.

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