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The Terminal Cafe , a coffee and food concept by Khalil Davis, soft opened on Tuesday, September 13, 2016 in East Nashville at 733 Porter Road. Their grand opening kicked off on Monday, September 19, 2016. The breakfast and lunch café offers a full menu, including breakfast, lunch, coffee, and tea in a travel-inspired space. Nashville Guru got a look inside.

The Terminal Café is a cozy room with seats for about 20 guests, including bar seating, a few tables, and a row of antique seats you might find at an old airport. To give a terminal-like atmosphere, clocks on the wall tick to the current times in New York, Paris, Tokyo, and, of course, Nashville.

The Terminal Café menu focuses on coffee drinks, waffles, sandwiches, salads, entrees, soups and sides. Take a look at the opening menu below.

2. All forms of Exhibit shall be included, from Exhibit A to Exhibit L. If any Exhibit is found to be “Not Applicable”, then the sheet shall still be included with the application and marked as “Not Applicable’ along with a brief explanation as to why it is not applicable.

3. Each Sweepstakes Terminal Café license issued will be valid for one (1) year from January 1st of each year to December 31st of that same year. No license fee shall be prorated, and the yearly fee shall apply to a full year or any portion of the year during which the business will be in operation. The renewal period for each license will begin on December 1st and end on December 31st of the year in question. No grace period will be applied to the license. Bedford Police will be instructed to close the place of business on January 1st of the following year if the new license has not been obtained by that time.

4. Likewise, each device license is valid for a period of one (1) month, beginning on the first day of the month and ending on the last day of the month. No license fee will be prorated, and the fee will apply to a full month or any portion thereof during which the device is in service. Each license for each device must be obtained or renewed on or before the last day of the preceding month, or the device may not be used as of the beginning of the new month.

The Terminal Cafe , a coffee and food concept by Khalil Davis, soft opened on Tuesday, September 13, 2016 in East Nashville at 733 Porter Road. Their grand opening kicked off on Monday, September 19, 2016. The breakfast and lunch café offers a full menu, including breakfast, lunch, coffee, and tea in a travel-inspired space. Nashville Guru got a look inside.

The Terminal Café is a cozy room with seats for about 20 guests, including bar seating, a few tables, and a row of antique seats you might find at an old airport. To give a terminal-like atmosphere, clocks on the wall tick to the current times in New York, Paris, Tokyo, and, of course, Nashville.

The Terminal Café menu focuses on coffee drinks, waffles, sandwiches, salads, entrees, soups and sides. Take a look at the opening menu below.

2. All forms of Exhibit shall be included, from Exhibit A to Exhibit L. If any Exhibit is found to be “Not Applicable”, then the sheet shall still be included with the application and marked as “Not Applicable’ along with a brief explanation as to why it is not applicable.

3. Each Sweepstakes Terminal Café license issued will be valid for one (1) year from January 1st of each year to December 31st of that same year. No license fee shall be prorated, and the yearly fee shall apply to a full year or any portion of the year during which the business will be in operation. The renewal period for each license will begin on December 1st and end on December 31st of the year in question. No grace period will be applied to the license. Bedford Police will be instructed to close the place of business on January 1st of the following year if the new license has not been obtained by that time.

4. Likewise, each device license is valid for a period of one (1) month, beginning on the first day of the month and ending on the last day of the month. No license fee will be prorated, and the fee will apply to a full month or any portion thereof during which the device is in service. Each license for each device must be obtained or renewed on or before the last day of the preceding month, or the device may not be used as of the beginning of the new month.

Jon Tuttle is Professor of English and Director of University Honors at Francis Marion University and Playwright-in-Residence at Trustus Theatre. His collections include The Trustus Plays (Intellect Books, 2009) and Two South Carolina Plays (Hub City Press, 2009). His plays include Drift, The White Problem, and Sonata For Armadillos (Playscripts), The Hammerstone, Terminal Cafe, and The Palace of ... view full profile

The Terminal Cafe , a coffee and food concept by Khalil Davis, soft opened on Tuesday, September 13, 2016 in East Nashville at 733 Porter Road. Their grand opening kicked off on Monday, September 19, 2016. The breakfast and lunch café offers a full menu, including breakfast, lunch, coffee, and tea in a travel-inspired space. Nashville Guru got a look inside.

The Terminal Café is a cozy room with seats for about 20 guests, including bar seating, a few tables, and a row of antique seats you might find at an old airport. To give a terminal-like atmosphere, clocks on the wall tick to the current times in New York, Paris, Tokyo, and, of course, Nashville.

The Terminal Café menu focuses on coffee drinks, waffles, sandwiches, salads, entrees, soups and sides. Take a look at the opening menu below.


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