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Two Restaurants Moving

Steak from Char Grille, soon to be reopened as Oxford Grillehouse on the Square.
Steak from Char Grille, soon to be reopened as Oxford Grillehouse on the Square.

Char Grille and Two Stick find new locations.

Two Stick is moving a little closer to its original location. The restaurant began in the rear of the building that is now the Lyric Theater. Now, it’s moving from its Jackson Avenue location to the building behind the Lyric. It’s the building that originally housed Elliott Lumber Company and then Oxford Steak Company. Two Stick will occupy the south side of the building, previously home of Red House and the short-lived Hullabaloo.

West Jackson’s Char Grille is changing its name to Oxford Grillehouse and moving into the downstairs of what for the last few years has been Rooster’s Blues House. The upstairs bar will still be Rooster’s.

— Tad Wilkes, tad.wilkes@hottytoddy.com

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