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Miranda Lambert To Open Bar on Broadway in Nashville, First Female Artist To Do So

by Emily Morgan
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Get ready Nashville. Miranda Lambert is officially opening her own version of a “dark bar.” According to the Nashville Business Journal, the superstar will become the first female country music artist to open a bar on Nashville’s historic Broadway street. 

TC Restaurant Group confirmed to the outlet that Lambert would be adding bar owner to her laundry list of accomplishments.

“In true Miranda Lambert fashion, the two-time Grammy Award winning artist will make history in 2021 by partnering with TC Restaurant Group to become the first female country star to have a bar and restaurant on Broadway in Nashville, Tennessee,” the company said.”TC Restaurant Group and Miranda Lambert are excited to release more details in the coming week.”

Lambert’s new bar and restaurant, Casa Rosa, is set to find a home at 308 Broadway. According to the permit, the 17,400-square-foot building is currently undergoing interior renovations. The updates will include adding a mezzanine and two restrooms to the second floor together with upgrading the “bar areas and finishes.

This isn’t the first time the TC Restaurant Group’s has partnered with a country music star. In the past, the group has also worked on Jason Aldean’s Kitchen and Rooftop Bar, Luke Bryan’s 32 Bridge Food + Drink, FGL House, and Tequila Cowboy.

Miranda Lambert’s Nod To Broadway Bars In Video

It seems like Lambert may have been dropping us hints about her new business venture all along. This past summer, she released a music video to her song “Dark Bars” off her 2019 album, Wildcard. 

In the official lyric video, viewers get a tour of some of Nashville’s most iconic bars located on Broadway. Instead of showing the bars packed with people, you see an eerie version of deserted bars due to the pandemic. The video opens with a shot of the famous “I Believe in Nashville” sign and continues later with footage of vacant bars on Broadway and Printer’s Alley.

While the camera pans over unused beer taps and stacked stools, Lambert sings about her love for the ambiance of a dark bar. 

I’m here for the habit
Complimentary matches
The pretty bartenders
The smoke and the mirrors
“The unhappy hour
The bitters and sours
Where nobody knows me
Where I can be lonely