An aging Five Points building that most recently housed a Family Dollar will soon get a new life as sports bar Brewster’s Bar and Grille, reports Nashville Post.
The 6,750-square-foot structure, erected in 1986 at 1000 Woodland Street, will receive indoor and outdoor upgrades to prep for its new beer-centric tenant. An opening is tentatively scheduled for December.
Local businessman Dhruv Patel, who co-owns the Brewster’s in Portland, Tennessee, is manning the project. The vibe and programming will be similar to its inaugural 10-year-old location, complete with a dance floor, karaoke nights, live music, and pool tournaments.
The Portland bar, located a 30-minute drive north, offers a casual pub menu filled with craft beer options, burgers, sandwiches, fries, steaks, salads, and fish entrees. Rotating specials include an all-day happy hour on Monday and Sunday calls for half-priced wings. A pizza-and-beer deal on Tuesdays features a 10-inch pizza with three toppings and domestic pitcher for $12.
The Brewster’s in Portland is attached to a Comfort Inn & Suites owned by Patel’s Jeet Hospitality. The new Brewster’s will be run by Jeet’s sister business, reports the pub.
“Our customers like the bar, so we thought ‘Let’s take the concept to a bigger scale’ and decided on East Nashville,” Patel tells the pub.
Nashville-based Magnolia Capital Investments bought the building last fall for $2 million, and its president Benn Bonner tells NP “we believe [the sports bar] will be beneficial to the neighborhood.”