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Miranda Lambert Says Her Forthcoming Lower Broadway Bar Will Bring a Taste of Texas to Tennessee

Here’s what we know so far about the first-ever female country star-named honky-tonk to hit Lower Broadway

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It’s about time a female country star got a honky-tonk with her name above the door — Miranda Lambert announced more details today about her forthcoming four-story Broadway bar Casa Rosa. Making further history along honky-tonk highway with the announcement this week, Lambert offered up a few more details on her Instagram page today, including social media and a website for Casa Rosa — touting tacos, tequila, and tufted pink booths.

Lambert has been working on the menu alongside TC Restaurant Group’s vice president of culinary development, chef Tomasz Wosiak. A press release said to expect classic Tex-Mex offerings alongside an extensive margarita and tequila selection. And of course, there will be a rooftop bar perched on top, overlooking Lower Broadway.

“Casa Rosa will be a little taste of Texas in Tennessee. Tacos, tequila and tufted pink booths — what else can a girl ask for?” Lambert says. “This place is special to me, and I’m happy to be representing the ladies here in Music City!” Lambert posted to Instagram.

Casa Rosa is a partnership with TC Restaurant Group, which also owns and operates FGL House, Luke’s 32 Bridge, and Jason Aldean’s Kitchen + Rooftop Bar. Casa Rosa is expected to open in the summer of 2021, located at 308 Broadway. The 17,400-square-foot building is currently undergoing renovations.