A Clarksville restaurant that has been operating illegally in Stacey Steetman’s 10th Ward for nearly a year was closed today by order of the State. The restaurant, which was operated by Anissa Finney-Gold under the name “Miss Ashley’s Tearoom” was in a nondescript residential home, in the middle of a neighborhood at 360 Fantasy Lane, with 100% residential zoning on the property.
The residential kitchen, which functioned as a commercial kitchen selling to-go orders for pick-up/curbside, DoorDash, GrubHub, and other delivery services had never been inspected by the state, as it’s illegal to have a commercial kitchen in those conditions. Conditions which some delivery drivers reported as being “filled with pets”, primarily cats.
According to state, county, and city records, there was no business or tax license on file, and no tax was being paid to the government, despite it being collected by the business. Multiple agencies have now confirmed open investigations into the operations of the business.
This is a developing story. City Council Member Stacey Streetman and Mayor Joe Pitts were both contacted last week about developments in this ongoing investigation, and both refused to comment on anything regarding Anissa Finney-Gold or Miss Ashley’s Tea Room.
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Miss Ashley’s Tearoom is currently in the process of remodeling a commercial location. The restaurant did not have animals in the residence get that info correct. Make sure when you report news you have all the facts right. If you have any questions or concerns feel free to reach me at 931.216.1366.
Nicely said sis! 👏🏿 Back on they bland pale hating a$$.