Nashville’s Lower Broadway will soon get a new resident as Luke Bryan moves into the neighborhood. Joining the slew of artist-licensed bars, Bryan will lend his name to a new venue at 301 Broadway, The Tennessean reports.
First reported by the Nashville Business Journal, documents obtained from the Metro Historic Zoning Commission reveal that the venue will be named Luke Bryan’s 32 Bridge Kitchen + Drink. Fans may recognize “32 Bridge” as it is also the name of his clothing line.
The Ohio-based TC Restaurant Group is leading the charge for Luke’s 32 Bridge Kitchen + Bar, having purchased the building at 301 Broadway for $5.5 million earlier this year. The group is responsible for many other businesses in downtown Nashville, including Jason Aldean’s Kitchen + Rooftop Bar, FGL House, Sun Diner, Luigi’s City Pizza and Crazy Town.
The Georgia native’s new venue is the latest to join the ranks of Broadway’s new crop of artist-centric bars. Among the other acts to venture into the restaurant business are Blake Shelton, Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, John Rich, Kid Rock, and Alan Jackson.
Bryan has yet to officially comment on the news.
No word yet on when Luke’s 32 Bridge Kitchen + Drink will open.