Nashville, Tenn. — Multi-platinum country music act Florida Georgia Line plans to establish its first restaurant and entertainment destination, a four-story attraction in Nashville's trendy SoBro district called FGL HOUSE.
The restaurant will open in early summer 2017 in partnership with LRC Restaurant Nashville LLC, an Ohio-based company that locally operates Sun Diner, Luigi’s City Pizza, honky-tonk Crazy Town, Tequila Cowboy and Wanna B’s Karaoke Bar.
"We want FGL HOUSE to be just as welcoming, fun and entertaining for our guests as if they were coming out to one of our shows — nothing but good food, good drinks and good times! We can't wait for opening day to get here!" says Tyler Hubbard, a member of Florida Georgia Line along with Brian Kelley.
Situated on 3rd Avenue South in the country music mecca of downtown Nashville, the new venue will feature live music every day. The kitchen will fuse Southern style cuisine with California flair, and bars on each floor will serve local craft beers and cocktails — many featuring the duo's own Old Camp Whiskey.
FGL HOUSE will also boast the largest "Cruise" rooftop in Nashville, dedicated to an all-day and all-night party with stunning views of the Music City skyline. Meanwhile, visitors can step away from the hustle and bustle to relax in a classy basement-level lounge, complete with its own baby grand piano, cocktail menu inspired by '90s pop culture and specialty martinis.
For more information, visit fglhouse.com.
SOURCE: Florida Georgia Line