NASHVILLE, Tennessee (WKRN) – Onboard windows and barricades seem to overshadow the need for new business on Second Avenue.
“The major problem is that I think a lot of people don’t know 2nd Avenue is open when they take to the streets,” said Will Guarino, Managing Director. They see a barricade for cars and the like and you automatically assume you can’t go there. While in fact pedestrians can descend here as far as Commerce Street
Doc Holliday was shut down on Christmas Day, alongside a handful of others after a bomb destroyed buildings along the block.
“After COVID, it’s like one more thing that just delayed us,” said Megan Hester, director of operations. “We have been closed for several weeks. New Years Eve is a Super Bowl bar. We could not be opened that day.
While the bar itself was not damaged by the blast, Doc Holliday’s was forced to shut down as investigators and city officials worked to make the area safe for…
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- According to the source Second Avenue bar is open and needs work after Christmas Day blast
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