Corner 16 ‘comfort’

Copper Cellar Family expands with new restaurant

The Copper Cellar Family of Restaurants has a new member of its family — Corner 16 at 9637 Kroger Park Drive, just off Northshore Drive in Northshore Town Center.

The restaurant, now the latest eatery in the Copper Cellar family and second Corner 16, opened its doors Monday, March 29.

“Copper Cellar Family of Restaurants is excited to have the second location of Corner 16 in the Northshore community,” said Kelsey Headrick, marketing director with the company. “There has been tremendous growth in that area, and we are happy to be able to be a part of that.

“The Copper Cellar Family can’t wait to create memorable meals and meaningful connections with both new and old faces at our new Corner 16 location,” she added.

The growth of Copper Cellar Family of Restaurants, which is headquartered in Knoxville, spans 40 years.

Mike Chase, president/owner, “looks for places to open restaurants,” said Brenda J. Lott-Herron, Copper Cellar operations and logistics director. “He’s in the restaurant business and loves it.

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• Michaela Stanfill recently joined BarberMcMurry Architects as an architectural graduate. Stanfill graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Architecture + Design in 2019 and from Pellissippi State Community College in 2016.

She has experience in civic, small commercial and office design. During Stanfill’s time in school, she worked at the university’s FabLab, where she gained skills in digital fabrication and additive manufacturing. She draws from her experience studying abroad in Helsinki, Finland, bringing a thoughtful perspective to aesthetics, feasibility and construction logistics.

• Husband and wife Realtor team of Phil and Julie Reynolds have returned to Slyman Real Estate in Knoxville. With backgrounds in teaching and ministry, the couple lived in seven states throughout the country before settling in Blount County in 2003. Julie is a Certified Residential Specialist graduate of REALTOR Institute, and a Seniors Real Estate Specialist, possessing expertise in guiding homebuyers and sellers beyond the age of 50.

Adorable Child relocating to Village Green center

Farragut’s popular children’s consignment shop, The Adorable Child, will be relocating just across the street in the coming months.

Owner Brad Hobbs announced last week the store will move to Village Green shopping center in the location formerly housing Tuesday Morning, which closed last fall.

Hobbs said they are looking at a few months of renovations, while also maintaining its present location, 11416 Kingston Pike.

“We have been in business 15 years and have simply outgrown our space,” he said. “This will be the third time we’ve expanded. The first two, we knocked out walls in our location. Now there are no more walls to knock out.

“I’ve had my eye on Village Green for a number of years, but never had a space the right size to grow into until Tuesday Morning closed,” he added. “That began a six-month journey that culminated in signing a lease earlier this month.

“The Town of Farragut (recently) issued our building permit to begin the buildout. That should take about two months. We are hoping to begin populating the space with inventory in June for a grand opening during our Fall Debut in July.”

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