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Nashville’s newest dining trend: tiki bars

...trio of Nashville entrepreneurs are planning to open Chopper in August. The tiki bar at 521 Gallatin Ave. is the brainchild of Barista Parlor owner Andy Mumma, Bryce McCloud of Isle of Printing...

Just a half mile north of Chopper at 1008 Gallatin Ave., Pearl Diver is planning a mid-July opening with Corey Ladd and Matt Spicher of applauded Treehouse restaurant and Ben Clemons and Jamie White of popular cocktail bar No. 308 at the helm of the new venture.

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...Nashville’s The Crying Wolf, plan to open a tiki bar called Hubba Hubba at 912 Main St.

    Nashville's newest dining trend: tiki bars
    Three tiki bars are underway in East Nashville as tropical-themed bars enjoy a renaissance nationwide Nashville may be a long way from palm trees and coconuts, but that's not stopping restaurateurs from bringing a little bit of the tropics to Music City.
    https://www.tennessean.com

May 31

Nashville’s First Tiki Bar Shows Off Progress

Also keep an eye out on the building at 521 Gallatin Ave. for signs of Chopper coming to life. Fingers crossed for tiki drinks before summer.

    Nashville's First Tiki Bar Shows Off Progress
    Nashville is steps closer to having its first tiki bar Chopper. Barista Parlor owner and founder Andy Mumma, Isle of Printing founder Bryce McCloud, and former longtime Husk Nashville bar manager Mike Wolf prepare to open up shop in the former east side homes of Bar Luca and Moto Moda, and they have progress photos on Facebook to prove it.
    https://nashville.eater.com

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