Luke Bryan’s Six-Floor Entertainment Complex To Open This Month In Nashville

More details have emerged regarding the previously announced new food and entertainment complex that Luke Bryan and TC Restaurant Group are planning for downtown Nashville.

Dubbed Luke’s 32 Bridge Food + Drink, the 30,000-square-foot complex at 301 Broadway will feature six levels of entertainment space with eight bars, including Broadway’s only multi-level rooftop bars with sushi menu, four stages of live music and two restaurants. The facility, in partnership with TC Restaurant Group, is scheduled to open this month.

The venue’s name was inspired by Bryan’s childhood home near Route 32 Bridge in Lee County, Georgia and is housed in Nashville’s iconic American National Bank Building.

“When I first moved to Nashville I played several of the bars on the ionic Broadway Street,” Bryan said. “I never would have dreamt that I would one day be a part of a place that could offer the same dream to others. Because of Music City and the fans all across the country, the reality of this amazing venue has become possible.”

Visitors to Luke’s 32 Bridge Food + Drink rooftop Sushi Bar will feature offerings from Chef Nick Phrommala. Chef Tomasz Wosiak helms the Luke’s 32 Bridge Food + Drink signature restaurant where he has created a menu inspired by some of Luke’s favorites with special twists on Southern and American cuisine. Offerings will include Hometown Pulled Pork with Kettle BBQ chips, Black & Blue Salmon Salad, Nashville Hot Chicken to Luke’s Elk Burger with Red Dragon Cheese. Burger fans are set-to-go with the Farmers Burger, featuring locally-sourced, all natural beef with over easy egg, maple bacon, cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion and signature sauce. Other go-to dishes include Beet Mixed Green Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette & hand-tossed oven-baked margarita and pepperoni pizza.

Luke’s 32 Bridge Food + Drink will offer one-of-a-kind drinks including some of Luke’s personal choices like “Backstage” (vodka, grapefruit, with or without salt), “Play It Again” (cherries, vanilla bourbon, lemon juice, sugar), “Luke’s Old Fashioned” (muddled cherries and oranges, cubed sugar and bitters, ice, whiskey and water), plus more.

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