Would You Ever Order “Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood’s Wedding Cake” Off Their New Nashville Honky Tonk Menu?

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A sentimental aspect of the menu…

Yesterday, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood celebrated the grand opening of Friends In Low Places. The “classy” restaurant and bar Garth Brooks has on prime Broadway real estate.

While Garth hopes his bar doesn’t draw the typical riff-raff seen on the Nashville streets, only time will tell if his vision of  “Chick-fil-A of honky tonks” comes to life.

“I want a place you go in where you feel good, you feel safe. Everybody’s got good manners. I’m hoping that there’s right when you walk in it’s a ‘Love Everybody’ stated right there.

That’s what it’s about, right? So I want a place that’s just safe. That feels good.”

To add another level of ‘wholesomeness’ to his bar, he put his and Yearwood’s wedding cake on the menu. I mean, we all know that Garth is grossly in love with his bride, which is how it should be, but just because Garth is so over the top, it often comes off as cringe.

He often tears up talking about their relationship and how much she means to him:

So, in typical Garth fashion, why not make it even more apparent how much he loves his wife other than putting their wedding cake recipe on the menu?

Trisha Yearwood’s food is all over the menu, alongside the homemade recipe the two cut on their wedding day in 2005.

“This was my mom’s recipe. It’s a sour cream pound cake with just a decorative frosting, and it’s a piece of history for us. It brings my mom back into the kitchen, too.”

She said on Good Morning America ahead of the honky tonk’s opening.

Yum, sour cream cake and beer…what a delectable combo.

While Trisha Yearwood is known for her incredible southern homestyle cooking, I am not sure a multi-floor honky tonk in the heart of Nashville’s bar scene is the place to show off your culinary expertise. I mean, we’re lucky most people on Broadway can walk in and out of the door on their own two feet, and you’re serving cake?

But given the crowd Garth hopes to draw to his bar, maybe those folks will want to order cake with their shot of whiskey. The bar also offers “F U C Queso,” which sounds a tad bit aggressive for wanting the bar to be a “safe place.”

I need someone to do a full review on this place…

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock