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Luke Bryan Shares Details About Restaurant, Bar

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Luke Bryan will soon have his own six-story restaurant, bar and entertainment venue in downtown Nashville. The country star has officially announced the soon-to-be-opened Luke's 32 Bridge Food + Drink.

Located at Broadway and Third Avenue in the American National Bank Building, Luke's 32 Bridge Food + Drink will feature 30,000 square feet of entertainment space. There'll be eight bars within the venue, a multi-level rooftop bar, four stages and two restaurants: a rooftop sushi bar from Chef Nick Phrommala and an eatery, with Chef Tomasz Wosiak at the helm, featuring Southern and American cuisine. Bryan has partnered with TC Restaurant Group to open the venue.

"When I first moved to Nashville, I played several of the bars on the ionic Broadway. I never would have dreamt that I would one day be a part of a place that could offer the same dream to others,” Bryan shares in a a press release. “Because of Music City and the fans all across the country, the reality of this amazing venue has become possible.”

Luke's 32 Bridge Food + Drink is scheduled to open sometime in July, per the press release. It draws its name from the Route 32 Bridge in Lee County, Ga., near Bryan's childhood home;.

Luke's 32 Bridge Food + Drink began hiring bartenders, kitchen staff and more on July 10. To learn more about jobs at the venue, or to keep up to date with its opening plans, visit Lukes32Bridge.com for more details.

In addition to Bryan, Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line and more country stars have entertainment venues on Nashville's Lower Broadway. Bryan's good friend Blake Shelton also recently opened a restaurant and bar in the area.

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