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Jason Aldean to Open a Restaurant and Bar on Nashville’s Lower Broadway

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Country star Jason Aldean will make his mark on the tourist spot of Lower Broadway in Nashville, Tenn. by opening up a new restaurant and rooftop bar.

Nashville Business Journal says that recent filings with the city show that paperwork for a concept called Jason Aldean’s Kitchen + Rooftop Bar has been written up. The proposed business would reside in a building at 305 – 311 Broadway, which was recently acquired by the TC Restaurant Group for $32 million. They reportedly plan on enlarging the space and adding a fourth-story rooftop bar.

If all goes as planned, Jason Aldean’s proposed eatery and drinkery will join other famous country musicians’ businesses in the area.

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The recently opened FGL House owned by Florida Georgia Line (also a kitchen and bar) is operated by the TC Restaurant Group, as well. Down the road is Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row and Alan Jackson’s AJ’s Good Time Bar.

Opening this spring is John Rich’s Redneck Riviera and coming in May is Blake Shelton’s Ole Red Nashville. All of the country stars’ restaurant and bars are within walking distance of each other along Lower Broadway, leaving one to wonder how country fans will choose where to spend their evening.

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