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Florida Georgia Line Plans to Ruin Nashville’s Restaurant Scene Like They Did Country Music

The four-story nightlife venue is slated for a summer opening

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The end times are clearly upon us. As proof, Florida Georgia Line, the Nickelback of country music and the undisputed kings of bro country, have scrapped plans for that inexplicable Hillsboro Village coffee shop and now have their sights set on terrorizing downtown Nashville with a new four-story temple of shots and bromance.

According to The Tennessean, the duo, consisting of Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, plans to open FGL House this summer in a 22,000-square-foot property located at 122 Third Avenue S., just south of Broadway. And what might this looming blight on downtown Nashville consist of?

  • Four levels of bars featuring the duo’s Old Camp Whiskey line, dining and broing down
  • A “Cruise” rooftop bar (naturally) with a dance floor and stage
  • A basement-level lounge featuring a baby grand piano and offering a cocktail menu inspired by ‘90s pop culture and specialty martinis
  • A first floor video wall forcing guests and unsuspecting passersby to watch Florida Georgia Line music videos (and occasional sporting events)
  • A kitchen menu of “Southern style cuisine with a California flair”

Kelley tells CMT that “[w]e really do believe, like with our whiskey and our songs, you’ll really, really get to know Tyler and me even more [through FGL House]. We want our fans to feel like we’re saying, ‘Welcome to our house, this is literally how we roll.”

So, if your dream is to actually roll like Florida Georgia Line, get excited.