Luke’s 32 Bridge Food + Drink, a six-floor monstrosity that will haunt the iconic American National Bank building at Broadway and 3rd Avenue, opens later this month on Lower Broadway. The 30,000-square-foot entertainment facility squeezes in eight bars, two restaurants, and four stages featuring live music.
Touting Nashville’s only rooftop sushi bar, the multi-level space will serve a tight selection of traditional rolls, specialty rolls (a la the Country Girl roll), and a few bowls from poke to hot chicken. The oh-so-cleverly named Luke Bryan’s Sushi Bar will be headed up by Chef Nick Phrommala. Also crowning the building, you’ll find the Crash My Party Rooftop Patio, which promises to be one of downtown’s largest rooftop bars.
The menu at Luke’s 32 Bridge Food + Drink draws inspiration from some of Bryan’s favorite foods. Chef Tomasz Wosiak offers starters like hot chicken bites and avocado toast, salads, and a selection of 9 burgers, ranging from veggie patties to an eponymous Luke burger with elk and red dragon cheese.
Perhaps all is not lost. The name of the concept alludes to Luke’s childhood home near Route 32 Bridge in Lee County, Georgia, so maybe some soul will leak out of the space after all.
Luke’s 32 Bridge is a partnership with TC Restaurant Group, which also owns and operates FGL House and Jason Aldean’s Kitchen + Rooftop Bar.