In their announcement, the Joey's family notes that they will remain in the hospitality business, asking customers to keep an eye on their website for more news. Calls to the restaurant on Monday morning were met with a voice mail message thanking Nashvillians for their loyalty and noting that "this location is closed." Read the full announcement below.
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