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Tennessean Features 3 Bonelaw Clients

Three Bone McAllester Norton clients are prominently featured in this week’s “Music City Beat” section of The Tennessean. “Music to All Ears” covers the wide range of music genres now available to visitors in downtown Nashville, thanks to places like Acme Feed & Seed. The historic building at First and Broadway has been turned into a four-floor restaurant, bar and live music venue—and the music offerings vary from bluegrass and folk to Americana and “funky tonk,” the term Acme’s music booker termed.

Just a few blocks away, tucked away from the Lower Broadway scene on Lafayette Street, is the newly opened City Winery. This restaurant and venue is the fourth location for the brand, with other spots in New York City, Chicago and Napa, Calif. It pairs a wine-focused menu and an intimate space with a diverse concert calendar. Artists who have already played there include Macy Gray, Rodney Crowell and Dr. Ralph Stanley.

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“Union Common Offers Opulent, Uncommon Dining Experience” reviews Bonelaw client Union Common, the boutique steakhouse that recently opened at the Broadway-Division split in Nashville. The menu boasts more than 20 small plates and several larger plates that feature seafood, steaks and pork chops. Everything served is meant to be shared, including bottles of wine, desserts, plates and sides.

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Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 40 attorneys and offices in Nashville, Sumner and Williamson counties, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 18 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters. Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.

Today’s Tennessean Features Two Clients

In today’s Tennessean, two Bone McAllester Norton clients are featured in the “Local News” section. Acme Feed & Seed, located at 101 Broadway, has officially opened its doors. The feed supply store-turned restaurant and honky-tonk has a street-inspired food menu, features 28 regional craft beers on tap, sells Acme-branded merchandise and locally made products in its retail store and offers live music daily. Read more here.

And Ben Clemons, bartender at No. 308, bar at 407 Gallatin Ave., will compete in Bombay Sapphire gin’s Most Imaginative Bartender contest in Las Vegas. Clemons beat other area bartenders last month with his Morning Woods cocktail, which includes Maine blueberry Cocchi Americano and Kilenso cold coffee. The contest will take place on September 8, and the winner will be featured in GQ as well as will compete in the 2015 Global Finals. Read more here.

Acme Feed & Seed and No. 308 are clients of Bonelaw’s Alcoholic Beverage Law practice.

 

 

 

 

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is a full-service law firm with 39 attorneys and offices in Nashville and Sumner County, Tennessee. Our attorneys focus on 17 distinct practice areas, providing the wide range of legal services ordinarily required by established and growing businesses and entrepreneurs. Among our practices, we represent clients in business and capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, securities matters, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, commercial real estate and development, governmental regulatory matters, commercial litigation and dispute resolution, intellectual property strategy and enforcement, entertainment and environmental matters. Our client base reflects the firm’s deep understanding and coverage of today’s leading industry and business segments. For more information, visit www.bonelaw.com.