Nashville will soon be home to Dierks Bentley‘s latest Whiskey Row establishment, when the country bar opens in Music City in 2017. Whiskey Row will be located at 400 Broadway, on the northwest corner of 4th and Broadway, close to the Ryman Auditorium. The 14,500 square foot building is currently home to Tatyana’s Boutique.
The future home of Nashville’s Whiskey Row location was built in the late 1800s, and boasts a musical history as the longtime home Gruhn’s Guitars.
The Nashville location will mark the first Whiskey Row outside of Bentley’s home state of Arizona, following openings in Scottsdale and Tempe. The country bar will offer patrons menu items made from scratch in house, using responsibly sourced meats and locally farmed produce, along with more than 50 beers on tap and a unique selection of signature “cocktails on tap,” craft cocktails from the tap that are then customized with a mixer of guests’ choice. Whiskey Row Nashville will also have three different stages for live music.
“Lower Broadway’s honky-tonks are the stomping grounds of countless artists past to present chasing this crazy dream of playing music,” says Bentley. “It’s home of the bars where I cut my teeth night after night, usually running up a beer tab bigger than the tips I made covered. It’s pretty full-circle to think that we’re getting the chance to open one of my bars, backing right up to the Ryman Auditorium, where other artists will look back on as the place they got their start too.”
An investment partnership led by Michael Hayes and Brandon Kuvara of C. B. Ragland Company acquired the location at 400 Broadway from Brenda and Ruble Sanderson.
“This is the best corner in the lower Broadway Honky Tonk District,” said Hayes, President/COO of C. B. Ragland Company. “We plan a significant overhaul of the historic building to animate and activate the upper floors and rooftop with a new restaurant and music venue to compliment the entertainment district.”
“We are excited to announce that we have executed a lease with Management Company Riot Hospitality Group to open a Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row early 2017,” said C. B. Ragland Company managing broker Kuvara.
“We have loved being here the last three years,” said Tatyana’s President and founder Jan Glaser, “but have found with the significant growth in the tourist market, it has been difficult to serve our local customer base. We hope to find a new location soon and look forward to a strong future in Nashville.”
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