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Party Fowl Is Expanding to Murfreesboro

Pizza, barbecue, a butcher shop and more on the horizon

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Rendering of the new Party Fowl location in Murfreesboro
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MURFREESBORO - Gulch hot chicken restaurant Party Fowl is again in expansion mode, this time with the announcement of a third location south of town in Murfreesboro. Located at 127 SE Broad Street in the former home of bar Brew U, the 6,200-square-foot restaurant is slated to open in November. [EaterWire/NBJ]

THE GULCH - Halo Restaurants, the group behind Local Taco and an upcoming Tex-Mex barbecue spot, is nearly ready to debut its new pizza joint, as Night Train Pizza, located at 609 9th Ave. S., is slated for an August 10 opening. [Facebook]

EAST NASHVILLE - A boutique winery is coming to the east side, as Nashville Urban Winery is currently in the works for 715 Main St. in the former home of an auto body shop. The winery will take up approximately 6,000 square feet, with a restaurant and bar occupying 1,500 square feet. [Nashville Post]

THE NATIONS - A new whole animal butcher shop and market is coming to West Nashville, as Bare Bones Butcher will open later this year at 906 51st Ave. N. Owners Wesley Adams and Patrick Davidson, former managers at the now shuttered Charlotte Pike location of Porter Road Butcher, plan to focus on retail sales and specialize in beef, pork and chicken. [Tennessean]

EAST NASHVILLE - Local restaurateur and TomKats Hospitality owner Tom Morales is yet again eyeing expansion, this time reportedly in discussions to bring a restaurant and live music venue to the historic Roxy Theater in the McFerrin Park/Cleveland Park area. [NBJ]

EAST NASHVILLE - Citizen Kitchens, the culinary incubator project from local hospitality veteran Laura Wilson, will expand to a second location with a new 8,000 square-foot facility in Fresh Hospitality’s Hunters Station restaurant complex in early 2018. [Nashville Scene]

NOLENSVILLE - It appears that Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint’s Nolensville location will be on the move again, as a plan for land tied to Martin’s backer Fresh Hospitality includes the construction of a new Martin’s restaurant, along with an outpost of 55 South, chef Jason McConnell’s casual Southern restaurant. The 6.3-acre project has no clear opening date as of yet, but will be located across from Nolensville Town Hall. [Tennessean]

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