Brian Behr, general manager, left, his father, Tom Behr, owner, and Andrew Suthers, chef, plan to open the Village Idiot pub in the former Metropol location at 307 West Short Street. The new venture will serve upscale pub food and have a full service bar.
Brian Behr, general manager, left, his father, Tom Behr, owner, and Andrew Suthers, chef, plan to open the Village Idiot pub in the former Metropol location at 307 West Short Street. The new venture will serve upscale pub food and have a full service bar. Lexington Herald-Leader
Brian Behr, general manager, left, his father, Tom Behr, owner, and Andrew Suthers, chef, plan to open the Village Idiot pub in the former Metropol location at 307 West Short Street. The new venture will serve upscale pub food and have a full service bar. Lexington Herald-Leader

'Village Idiot' pub to move into former home of Metropol restaurant

January 22, 2012 12:00 AM

UPDATED August 27, 2012 10:15 PM

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