The founder of an ice bar and lounge concept that just celebrated its fifth birthday in Las Vegas says he's looking to expand to a number of other cities in the near future. And yep, writes Matt Rogers at Eater Nashville, Music City is on his short list.
Sprinkles Cupcakes plans to open its first Tennessee store on 12South this winter. Officials say the store will sell cupcakes, cookies and ice cream and feature a Cupcake ATM that will run around the clock.
The California-based chain, which was launched 10 years ago and now runs almost 20 locations in a handful of states as well as Washington D.C., will take up space in the Beckers Corner development being spearheaded by The Shop Trust.
Matt Rogers at Eater Nashville reports that the Magnolia South restaurant on Hayes Street abruptly closed its doors last week. The eatery had opened its doors less than a year ago, filling the spot previously occupied by Mambu and Rosebud.
Local blow dry bar The Blowout Co. will later this month open its third local outpost, setting up in 1,400 square feet in the Gulch's Terrazzo tower. The chain founded by Leslie Embry also plans to open a store in Chattanooga in September.
“We’re excited to move into the Gulch where we’ll be surrounded by so many thriving businesses and amazing people,” Embry said. “The new location will allow us to more easily serve our downtown clients and better accommodate Nashville visitors.”
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