The Hank Williams Jr Boogie Bar has opened in Nashville’s historic Lower Broadway district (419 Broadway), between AJ’s Good Time Bar and the Ernest Tubb Record Shop.
Named after his hit song, “Born to Boogie,” the bar aims to capture the energetic essence of Williams Jr.’s music, while honoring Nashville’s heritage and spirit of hospitality, and providing memorable moments for locals and tourists alike.
The first in a series of destinations to be launched by BPH Hospitality, led by Co-Owner and President Sean Marshall, the Hank Williams Jr Boogie Bar is a joint project with the legendary musician. The restaurant and bar includes four-levels with a rooftop deck offering live music, full food and drink menus, and panoramic views of the Nashville skyline in the heart of Music City.
“The restaurants of Lower Broadway in Nashville are central to Tennessee’s $36 billion+ tourism industry and key to incentivizing continued investment and opportunity for businesses and the entrepreneurial sect alike,” says Eric Russell, Co-Owner of BPH Hospitality. “We are pleased to celebrate this milestone in our investment portfolio and contributing role in showcasing Lower Broadway’s continued receptiveness for new and exciting venues in such a historic part of the city and State”.
Tara Joseph, Co-Founder and CFO of Big Plan Holdings, adds, “The Honky Tonk district is inherent to Nashville’s culture, its nightlife, and has been integral to our city’s ascendance to become one of the foremost travel, hospitality, and tourism hubs in the United States. We are delighted to expand our footprint here in Nashville and ask, following today’s exciting launch, that patrons stay tuned for more groundbreaking announcements from the Team at Big Plan Holdings and BPH Hospitality!”