Frank Sinatra-Inspired Bar And Lounge Coming To Nashville

Bill Miller‘s Icon Entertainment Group is set to add a Frank Sinatra-inspired bar and lounge to Nashville in 2020. Icon Entertainment Group, which operates and manages The Johnny Cash Museum, The Patsy Cline Museum, Nudie’s Honky Tonk, House of Cards, and Skull’s Rainbow Room, will open Sinatra Bar And Lounge in partnership with Frank Sinatra Enterprises.

The new offering will be housed in the historic Southern Turf building in Printer’s Alley. The Queen Anne structure was built in 1839. The bar and lounge’s menu will feature many of the Chairman of the Board’s favorite Italian recipes, in addition to a “set ’em up Joe” old school cocktail menu.  Sinatra’s drink of choice Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey, or Old No. 7 as he referred to it, will be front and center, along with the new Jack Daniel’s Sinatra Select.

“It’s a pleasure and an honor for our family to partner with the Sinatra family to bring what promises to be one of Nashville’s—and the Southeast’s—most notable establishments,” says Bill Miller, founder of Icon Entertainment.

“We are thrilled that our Dad, who loved good songs, good food and good spirits, will now be part of Music City’s creative and vibrant landscape,” says Nancy and Tina Sinatra.

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