Jason Aldean To Open Four-Story Nashville Entertainment Complex

Just in time for CMA Fest in June, reigning ACM Entertainer of the Year Jason Aldean will open a four-story entertainment complex, dubbed Jason Aldean’s Kitchen+Roof Top Bar, in downtown Nashville’s Lower Broadway area. The venue will be located between 3rd and 4th avenue, and will feature music on two floors, with a focus on new local talent.

The 27,000-square-feet venue will feature 250 dining seats, six bars, and a homestyle menu of southern food. Aldean teamed with chef Tomasz Wosiak to create a menu that includes Southern cooking favorites, steaks, pastas, salads and more. Aldean also worked with Tomasz to recreate his mother’s own homemade peach cobbler.

The venue will also feature the largest outdoor patio on Broadway. Inside, guests will find an homage to Aldean’s No. 1 hit “Big Green Tractor,” with a 1961 4020 John Deere tractor on display.

Two giant video walls will showcase guests’ favorite sporting events – as well as videos from today’s country stars – while the mezzanine level will include an official store with memorabilia, T-shirts, hats, jackets and a signature glassware line. The venue also offers private, VIP experiences available for groups up to 1,500.

“It’s pretty cool to finally have my own spot downtown where people can go and have a good time,” said Aldean. “We’ve been working on this for a while and I’m looking forward to having everyone in town for CMA Music Fest help break it in.”

 

 

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