Luke Bryan is the latest country superstar to jump on the Broadway bar bandwagon.
According to Nashville Business Journal, Luke is pursuing a venue at 301 Broadway, the two-story stone building at the intersection of Third Avenue and Broadway, a one-time bank building most recently home to a boot store.
A sign permit issued May 11 indicates the bar will be called Luke’s 32 Bridge Kitchen + Drink. However, other filings related to the building offer two alternate names for the bar, which is referred to as “Luke Bryan’s 32 Bridge Kitchen + Bar” on the Metro Beer Board agenda and “Luke’s 32 Bridge Food + Drink” in a June 20 trademark application. The existing sign at 301 Broadway will be “refaced” to say Luke’s 32 Bridge instead of Boots, according to sign permit documents.
Luke will join Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Blake Shelton, FGL, Alan Jackson, John Rich, and soon to be Kid Rock as a country artist with a bar on Broadway.