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Nashville’s First Japanese Tavern Slated to Open Next Week

Bone McAllester Norton client Two Ten Jack, the first Japanese tavern serving small plates of food in the Nashville area, is scheduled to open next Friday, January 24, 2014, the Tennessean reports. The izakaya is the city’s first brick-and-mortar establishment of its kind, will serve saki, craft beers, wine, spirits and cocktails, along with handmade ramen, skewers and fried snacks. Two Ten Jack is located at 1900 Eastland Avenue in East Nashville.



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