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Florida Georgia Line unveil Nashville restaurant plans

Florida Georgia Line have become the latest musicians to try their hand as restaurateurs with the upcoming launch of their own entertainment venue in Nashville, Tennessee.
Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard will open the four-storey FGL House in June (17), after partnering with bosses at the LRC Group for the new venture, which will offer customers some of their favourite foods, like burgers, steaks, and sandwiches, in addition to the healthy salads their personal chef whips up for the duo on tour.
The Cruise singers will also offer a selection of cocktails made with their own Old Camp whiskey brand.
“It was something BK (Kelley) 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 tells People.com. “We have a knack for food and beverage; taking care of our friends and our people.”
The musicians plan to entertain guests with an “all-day and all-night party” on the venue’s rooftop, which boasts sweeping views of the country music mecca, while fans just wanting to chill can relax in the basement lounge and admire the artwork around the building.
“Just like (when) you go to anybody else’s house, you learn a lot about them from the pictures on the fridge to the people that are in the house and everything that is going on. It’s the same thing with us,” Brian adds. “We really want our fans to know who we are, where we’ve been, where we’re headed, and what we like to eat.
“We like to have a good time and be smart about it and create an atmosphere and space that’s unique and different, where people can really experience a different feeling.”
The Florida Georgia Line stars will have a little competition in Nashville from fellow country stars-turned-entrepreneurs – John Rich owns the Redneck Riviera eatery, Alan Jackson is an investor in Acme Feed & Seed, and earlier this year (17), Blake Shelton announced plans to open a bar in the city.

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