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    Downtown honky-tonk set to open in June | Nashville News

    A new honky-tonk is coming to downtown Nashville!

    The newest up-and-coming bar is taking a historic building in a contemporary direction. Originally expected to open later this year, Acme Feed & Seed, at 101 Broadway, is now set to open in June.

    New details have emerged about plans for the venue’s many floors. It’ll be a three-story building with a fast-dining experience. It will have seating on the first floor, geared toward a lunch crowd with one menu served all day. The second floor will offer a lounge of sorts with seating, cocktails and vintage games like shuffleboard, as well as TVs projecting sports. The third floor is set to be the largest music venue on Lower Broad on a single floor. The third floor space also will be available for private reservations. A rooftop patio will offer views of downtown and will have a partially-enclosed bar with a rotating food menu.

    The project is headed by Tom Morales, owner of The Southern Steak & Oyster, among other establishments; Steve Moore, Country Music Association CEO; George Boedecker, founder of Crocs; Nancy Russel, an artist manager; and country music star Alan Jackson.


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