Saah Salon Suites to open in fall

Charlie and Suzanne Saah have purchased the former Aubrey’s restaurant, 102 S. Campbell Station Road, to transform it into Saah Salon Suites to offer rental suites for cosmetology and similar businesses. The former Aubrey’s restaurant site in Farragut will be a second location for Saah Salon Suites, which Suzanne and Charlie Saah, the property’s new owners, expect to open in the fall.

Plans are underway to renovate the site, at 102 S. Campbell Station Road, to house suites for cosmetology and similar businesses, Suzanne Saah said. The site will have 26 suites available with eight of those suites already pre-leased.

“We are excited,” she said. “They will be luxury suites with wonderful amenities. It’s going to be amazing. Everyone seems excited already.”

Suzanne said she and Charlie chose the Farragut site because they fell in love with the former restaurant.

“So many people loved Aubrey’s and didn’t want it to leave. My husband and I went there to eat, and we love Farragut,” she said.
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