In the next few months fans of the dining and entertainment complex Fourth Street Live will see some old standbys missing, and new choices arriving. Closed already is Marker’s Mark Bourbon House; Sully’s Restaurant & Saloon will be leaving by early fall.

The only replacement announced by name will be Jim Beam Urban Stillhouse, which will feature a pot still, a bottling line where guests can fill their own bottle, and tasting room. The other new restaurants have concepts and locations within the complex, but no definite identity yet announced.

Reportedly, the Maker’s Mark space will be replaced by a raw and bourbon bar this fall, and the Sully’s space will become a gastropub.

The south corner space that most recently was Rí Rá Irish Pub will be a farm-to-table restaurant serving high-end meats and seafood, and a restaurant with a Southern cuisine theme will occupy the former The Pub Restaurant, which has been dark for a while.

The new restaurants will be accompanied by a major upgrade investment by owners The Cordish Cos., which reportedly will include new landscaping, lighting, furniture for the outdoor patios and pavers.