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Group Behind Two Ten Jack Planning New Project in SoBro

The as-yet-unnamed concept will open in mid-2018

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Seed Hospitality, the ownership group behind popular East Nashville izakaya and ramen shop Two Ten Jack, is readying a new project for a high profile SoBro development.

The as-yet-unnamed concept is slated for 222 Second Ave. South, the site of a new office, residential and retail development, according to The Tennessean. The 5,000-square-foot project will join Liberty Common, a 7,000-square-foot, 250 seat Southern brasserie from Butchertown Hall owner Terry Raley and his Amaranth Hospitality Group. The latter will be open seven days a week serving, breakfast, lunch and dinner and will include an outdoor patio and private dining space.

Two additional restaurant spaces remain in the building, including a 14,000-square-foot, three-story space and a 1,650-square-foot cafe space.

Be sure to check back for more details as this development continues to fill out.

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