Florida Georgia Line Opening a Multi-Level, Multi-Theme Restaurant in Nashville

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Florida Georgia Line are opening a restaurant in Nashville.

People is reporting that the pair have created a 22,000 sq. foot venue in Music City’s SoBro neighborhood aptly named FGL House.

“It was something BK and I always thought would be neat, whether it was a bar or a restaurant — we’ve talked about opening a coffee shop before,” Tyler Hubbard told People. “We have a knack for food and beverage; taking care of our friends and our people.”

Each level of the venue, which is being developed with the LRC Group, will have different vibes and menus. It’s expected to include cocktails made with FGL’s Old Camp whiskey, gluten free flatbreads, burgers, sandwiches, steak, fish and the same salad’s that the band’s chef makes for them on the road.

“It’s a place you really want to take your time with and check out every detail,” Brian Kelley said. “Around every corner there’s something different, a different vibe, a different feeling. We’ve got different pictures, local art work, graffiti, it’s a really cool place. We really do believe, like with our whiskey and our songs, you’ll really, really get to know Tyler and me even more. We want our fans to feel like we’re saying, ‘Welcome to our house, this is literally how we roll.'”

The first floor is said to have a “massive wall” that will showcase music videos from the band on a loop. The basement boasts a cocktail lounge with a baby grand piano, while the rooftop is being described as a “all-day and all-night party” with a dance floor and stage.