Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line, John Rich, Blake Shelton and Alan Jackson already have their own restaurant/bar on the tourist-friendly street of lower Broadway in Nashville, so Jason Aldean decided to jump in the mix and open his own spot. Jason Aldean's Kitchen + Rooftop Bar is set to open this June with what's being touted as the street's biggest rooftop area.
Aldean recognizes that lower Broadway has changed significantly since he moved into town 20 years ago, and he's excited to be part of that shift. "Back then, it was cheap little souvenir shops and cowboy hats and shot glasses, and now you go down there, and it's legit," he told CMT.com. "Everything down there is cool, and there's more stuff going in every day."
Jason Aldean's Kitchen + Rooftop Bar, located between 3rd and 4th Avenue, will encompass four-stories across 27,000 square feet. That makes for the perfect amount of room for six bars, two massive video walls for sports and music videos, a 1961 4020 John Deere tractor as an ode to Aldean's hit "Big Green Tractor," and several stages for daily live music acts.
On the menu, fans will find six cocktails named after Aldean's songs and dishes like "Hicktown Mini Bison Burgers" and "Big Green Tractor Tacos." An exact date for the opening this June hasn't yet been released.
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