Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Good News for Midtown — Peter Chinn's Korean BBQ Moves to 21st Avenue

Posted By on Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 8:24 AM

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Earlier this month I shared the news that Cheeseburger Charley's had vacated their franchise on 21st Avenue South across from Vanderbilt and was operating as a generic version called The Burger Factory. Well, that didn't last very long. Apparently that premium location was too lucrative for just a burger joint, and Peter Chinn's Korean BBQ Tacos seized the opportunity to bring their Eastern treats to Midtown.

It didn't take too long for Peter Chinn's to develop a loyal following for their affordable delicacies, despite the fact that they were located out past Metro Center on Clarksville Pike. Patrons gushed about their kogi (short rib), spicy pork and kimchi bulgogi tacos. Unfortunately for their fans in the old neighborhood, they decided to pull up stakes and make the move into the big city.

The menu remains the same, with just a few varieties of tacos, burritos and quesadillas, but as a bonus you'll also still have access to The Burger Factory's offerings of burgers and chicken sandwiches. I'm guessing that once the Vanderbilt student body discovers Peter Chinn's, you'll have to pack a lunch while you wait in line to get dinner.

While they are getting the word out on their new location, Peter Chinn's wants to entice you to try them out with a "Buy 1 Taco Get 1 Free" offer. With a normal price of $2-2.50 each, that's a tough deal to beat!

Peter Chinn's Korean BBQ Taco and Burgers
400 21st Ave. S.

*Hat tip to Eric and Katie at the Nashville Restaurants blog for the heads up.

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