Moe’s Original BBQ Opening At Site Of Rhythm And Brews; Mad Night Brewing Slated For Tennessee Avenue

Thursday, February 16, 2017 - by Gail Perry

Moe’s Original BBQ, 221 Market St., will be opening in the space formerly occupied by Rhythm and Brews. The owners also have a beer license for Mellow Mushroom.

 

Jason Jones, representative from the company, said all servers are TIPs trained and IDs are checked for all customers. He said he had taken notes about the fake IDs discussed at a beer board meeting and will inform bartenders and servers in his restaurants.

 

Mad Night Brewing is opening in the former location of Moccasin Bend Brewing at 4015 Tennessee Ave. with a capacity of 44 inside and some additional seating on a patio.

 

The owners were granted both a consumer and carry-out/ distributor license.

 

 



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