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ACME Bar and Grill brings back German Night, kicks off Live weekends

Saurbraten, wiener schnitzel and brats, oh my.

The ACME Bar and Grill, 1105 E. State Blvd., is bringing back its German Night Thursdays this week through the month of October. A German menu will be paired with a wide selection of German beers.

The restaurant is also kicking off its new ACME Live weekends Friday. Sunny Taylor will perform Friday and rising Nashville pop recording artists J Morris and Veronica Ballestrini, will play Saturday.

For more information, go to its Facebook page www.facebook.com/AcmeBarAndGrill.

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