Miranda Lambert Celebrates ‘Sunday Funday’ With Husband Brendan McLoughlin and Jon Pardi at Her New Bar Casa Rosa

by Jacklyn Krol
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Miranda Lambert knows how to celebrate a Sunday!

On June 6, the “Settling Down” singer shared a video to her Instagram Story of Jon Pardi dancing with her at her new bar. “Pardi time” she captioned the video of the pair doing a swing dance together on the balcony.

Casa Rosa Nashville‘s official social media accounts shared a snapshot of Lambert and her husband, Brendan McLoughlin with margaritas in hand.

Although Sunday was a blast, Monday wasn’t too great. Miranda Lambert updated her Instagram Story to a photo of her hubby holding a drink.

“Sunday funday=hungover,” she captioned the snapshot. “(For me anyway cause I’m over 35). @BrendanMcLoughlin got me Sonic on his way back from the gym. THE GYM. #TrueLove.”

All About Miranda Lambert’s New Bar & Cantina

Miranda Lambert’s Casa Rosa Tex-Mex Bar & Cantina is located on historic Broadway. The establishment opened this year and marked the first female country artist to have a bar in the city. Fans can get all of the tacos and tequila that you’d want. It also features country flair that Lambert can only put together. This includes a disco saddle sitting high above the dance floor.

“Yall it’s official…. @casarosanashville is open,” Lambert announced last month via Instagram. “We celebrated Tuesday night with a friends and family karaoke party! Thanks to everyone who came out to hang! I even got hubby up to sing a little duet! Just call us Danny and Sandy from now on! When yall are in Nashville come by for some tacos and tequila!!!”

It is located at 308 Broadway and is housed in a 17,400-square-foot building. The cantina features a mezzanine and a second floor. Inside, fans will find bar areas and restaurant areas complete with a retail store. Pink and purple tones are on display, as “casa rosa” translates to “pink house” in English. It even features a larger-than-life mural of Miranda Lambert, herself. Additionally, memorabilia from her successful music career is on full display complete with Platinum records throughout.

“It’s got pink booths. I took a page out of the Billy Bob’s Texas book, and put a giant rhinestone saddle up, so it’s cool,” she told Nashville Lifestyles about her new business venture. “It definitely has a little feminine touch for all the gals that are coming. I am the first girl to ever have a honky-tonk on Broadway, so I am super pumped. I’m gonna make sure all the girls have a little something when they get here.”

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