Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan are involved in another restaurant concept soon to open in Nashville. Both singers are partnering with former MLB player Adam LaRoche for the new Nashville E3 Chophouse, which is set to open later this year at the corner of Wedgewood Avenue and 21st Avenue (1628 21st Ave. S.).
The 13,000-square-foot, three-story restaurant will include space for dinner, private events and a rooftop bar.
The flagship E3 Chophouse opened in 2013 in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Jeff LaRoche oversees operations for both the Nashville and Colorado chophouses. Steve Perdue will serve as general manager for the Nashville operation.
The all-natural (no antibiotic or steroid-enhanced) beef served at the E3 Chophouse comes from the Fort Scott, Kansas-based E3 Ranch, owned and operated by Adam and Jenn LaRoche.
According to a release, Aldean, Bryan and LaRoche met while filming the hunting show, Buck Commander.
“Jason and Luke jokingly talked for years about opening an E3 Chophouse in Nashville, and over time those talks became more serious,” said Adam LaRoche. “This is the town they call home, and they’re directly involved in the development and design of the restaurant. It’s come a long way from Luke wearing the E3 hat I made as a novelty many years ago, and we are humbled and excited to bring the restaurant to Music City.”
Both Aldean and Bryan already have restaurants open on Nashville’s Lower Broad, including Jason Aldean’s Kitchen + Rooftop Bar, and Bryan’s 32 Bridge Food + Drink.
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