Jason Aldean surprised fans at the grand opening of the second location of his Jason Aldean’s Kitchen and Rooftop Bar last night (Aug. 3) in downtown Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Aldean’s first iteration of the restaurant is located on Nashville’s lower Broadway.
The country star thrilled fans at the venue’s official opening, performing a 35-minute set of his hits. The Mayor of Gatlinburg, the honorable Mike Werner, was on hand along with Aldean and his family for the official ribbon cutting to commemorate the grand opening.
The three-level venue includes a restaurant that features the now-famous John Deere 4020 Tractor Bar—an homage to Aldean’s song “Big Green Tractor,” as well as a rooftop with a large deck overlooking scenic views of the smoky mountains. Each level will contain photos and memorabilia from Aldean’s notable performances and videos as well as a breakfast diner and a boutique gift shop. The venue is expected to bring 125 new jobs to the area.
The menu was curated by Aldean in partnership with Chef Tomasz Wosiak, Vice President of Culinary Development for TC Restaurant Group, and features family favorites from Aldean’s childhood including “Mama Aldean’s Peach Cobbler” and “Grandma’s Pot Roast.” Jason Aldean’s Kitchen and Rooftop Bar is the bar’s second location to open, with additional yet-to-be-announced locations expected in late 2023.
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