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Three-Story Hillsboro Village Steakhouse Expects Fall Opening

E3 Chophouse Nashville is owned by the families of Adam LaRoche, Jason Aldean, and Luke Bryan

E3 Chophouse [Official Photo]

Colorado-based “ranch-to-restaurant” E3 Chophouse announced today that Nashville can look for a fall 2019 opening for its new steakhouse outpost headed for Hillsboro Village.

Under construction at 1628 21st Avenue South — at the corner of Wedgewood and 21st Avenues — the tri-level restaurant spans 13,000-square-feet, and upon completion will feature space for dinner, private events, plus a rooftop bar.

E3 will serve all-natural, no antibiotics or steroids ever and no added hormone beef directly from E3 certified ranches. E3 steaks are the highlight of the menu, steaks come from cattle raised on the family ranch and other E3 certified ranches. They are cut in house and made to order. The menu will also feature starters, bar snacks, cocktails, and wine.

E3 Chophouse first opened in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, founded in 2013 by brothers Adam, Andy, and Jeff LaRoche as an extension of the family-owned E3 Ranch based in Fort Scott, Kansas. E3 Chophouse Nashville is owned by the families of Adam LaRoche, Jason Aldean, and Luke Bryan.

The E3 Foundation receives 10% of all E3 net proceeds. The E3 Foundation was founded in 2017 by Adam and Jennifer LaRoche, who aim to use the gifts with which they have been blessed to support two important causes: veterans who have spent their lives serving our country and groups fighting against human trafficking.

E3 Chophouse [Official Site]