Levitan, Waxman To Open Eatery at Country Music Hall of Fame

Ken Levitan

Ken Levitan

Vector Management founder Ken Levitan and celebrity chef Jonathan Waxman have teamed with the Country Music Hall of Fame to open a new casual taco restaurant, Bajo Sexto, inside the Country Music Hall of Fame. The new eatery is set to open in spring 2015.

Bajo Sexto will be open daily, and will include late-night hours. A limited menu will include tacos, flautas, hand-made tortillas, as well as wine, beer, and margaritas. The Country Music Hall of Fame already houses lunch eatery Two Twenty Two Grill. Nearby, in the attached Omni Hotel, reside restaurants and eateries Bob’s Steak and Chop House, Kitchen Notes, Barlines, and Bongo Java.

Waxman partnered with Levitan earlier this year to open Adele’s in the Gulch area.

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