The new owners of Nashville-based O’Charley’s have announced plans to sink as much as a quarter million dollars into each of their 213 stores. The prototype formally opened Wednesday in Franklin.
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The latest proposal to allow handguns in bars survived a subcommittee vote in the Tennessee House of Representatives Wednesday. By one vote, Memphis Republican Curry Todd got his new “guns in bars” bill out of the House Budget Subcommittee, where Democrats had hoped to sink it.
Local boards of health can not require restaurants to post nutritional information on their menus under a measure approved by the Tennessee House Thursday.
Members of the Tennessee House of Representatives debated the wisdom of allowing dogs to accompany their owners to outdoor tables at restaurants. The dogs won, 64-21.