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The Guesthouse has softly opened in former Peacock Room

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Hurst Marshall and Ashley Dishman, the former owners of Bar BQ Bar, have finished construction of their new Mills 50 bar, the Guesthouse.

Marshall and Dishman snatched up the former Peacock Room space when it became vacant last fall. The former Mills 50 hot spot [GMap] has since been completely gutted and is totally unrecognizable in its new form. The ceiling has been raised, walls removed and a new custom bar built out at the center of the space.

The Guesthouse has been in a process of soft opening over the past few weekends, open only to family and friends and private parties as the new staff gets used to working with each other and the new space. We managed to get a sneak peek this past Friday night and took some photos while enjoying a Moscow Mule.

The light was fairly dim, so you’ll have to excuse the photographs and check out the space yourself this Friday when it opens to the public.

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Hurst Marshall and Ashley Dishman, the former owners of Bar BQ Bar, have finished construction of their new Mills 50 bar, the Guesthouse.

Marshall and Dishman snatched up the former Peacock Room space when it became vacant last fall. The former Mills 50 hot spot [GMap] has since been completely gutted and is totally unrecognizable in its new form. The ceiling has been raised, walls removed and a new custom bar built out at the center of the space.

The Guesthouse has been in a process of soft opening over the past few weekends, open only to family and friends and private parties as the new staff gets used to working with each other and the new space. We managed to get a sneak peek this past Friday night and took some photos while enjoying a Moscow Mule.

The light was fairly dim, so you’ll have to excuse the photographs and check out the space yourself this Friday when it opens to the public.

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