Luke Bryan is the latest country artist who will soon have a restaurant in downtown Nashville, according to the Nashville Business Journal. Metro Historic Zoning Commission documents indicate the star is partnering with TC Restaurant Group to lend his name to a restaurant at 301 Broadway in Nashville.
TC Restaurant Group purchased the building at 301 Broadway in March. According to the documents, a design for a new sign at the address bears the name Luke’s 32 Bridge Kitchen + Drink.
Bryan’s new venue will join a string of other star-studded restaurants that have opened in recent years, or are set to open, including venues launched by Jason Aldean, Alan Jackson, Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line, John Rich and Kid Rock.
TC Restaurant Group also oversees FGL House, Jason Aldean’s Kitchen+Rooftop Bar, as well as Sun Diner, Luigi’s City Pizza and more.
Requests for comment from TC Restaurant Group and from Bryan’s representatives were not returned by press time.
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