Downtown Clarksville introducing wonderful Italian foods, muscle vehicles and more

Side elevation artist rendering of Shelby's Trio of restaurants, coming this year to downtown Clarksville.

As lots of Clarksville company and group leaders have promised for months, major issues are coming to downtown Clarksville.

One more improve to that upward momentum for the most historic, but battling portion of the city is disclosed this week.

Investors confirmed Tuesday options for a $4 million, three-story, privately-owned restaurant and bar facility that the owners say is partly spawned by Montgomery County’s new multipurpose gatherings center.

At the corner of 2nd and College streets, and throughout College or university from the massive hole the place the new MPEC, or arena, is to be designed, a different pair who think in the long run of downtown — Joe and Cathi Maynard — are making ready to add their own 18,700-sq.-foot construction that is to be identified as, “Shelby’s Trio.”

That “trio” is to be damaged down as follows:

• The initial floor will be an American-themed eatery that highlights mainly 1970s muscle mass autos on display screen.

• The next floor will characteristic wonderful Italian cuisine organized by a experienced chef.

• The third floor will have an indoor-outdoor, upscale rooftop bar. 

Joe Maynard suggests he hopes to have his metropolis building allow by late-February for a new downtown spot that could open up to prospects by December.

Shelby's Trio, shown in an artist rendering from front elevation.

The Maynards have presently become key neighborhood supporters in other methods, which include their well-recognised contributions to Austin Peay Condition University.

Now, they want to be a part of neighborhood federal government and other private traders in aiding to lead downtown Clarksville again to prominence, they said.

“Very last yr, we decided to commit additional in the group and considerably less in the stock market place,” Joe Maynard explained to The Leaf-Chronicle Tuesday afternoon, “and we definitely want to enable the downtown community.

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