3 Things to Know about Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row

Whiskey Row

With a long-standing reverence for Country Music, multi-Platinum singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley will open his fourth Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row location, the first outside of his home state of Arizona, in one of the most historic buildings of Lower Broadway. Alongside Riot Hospitality Group (RHG), the multi-level location at 400 Broadway is slated to open later this year.

“There was only one place to go outside of Arizona if we were going to expand, and that is the streets of Lower Broadway,” said Bentley. “When I first moved to town that street was my second home, it’s where I got my start and it’s always been a dream of mine to own a bar down there.”

Here are 3 things to know about the new restaurant.

1.The Space
Sitting on the corner of Broadway and 4th Ave N, Whiskey Row Nashville will feature three floors and a rooftop patio, each with its own unique personality and an emphasis on great music. The first floor will feature live music daily with a stage, full bar and a full dining menu. The second floor will also serve a full dining menu and will progress throughout the evening with a DJ booth, dancefloor and bottle service late into the night. The rooftop patio will be open all night and day, but will be THE destination for brunch, with its view of Lower Broadway and the historic Ryman Auditorium.

2.The Menu
Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row serves American gastropub cuisine made-from-scratch using only premium and local ingredients. The selections of starters, sliders, burgers, sandwiches and larger entrees, includes the Chicken & Waffles, Steak Salad and menu favorite Alabama Chicken. For brunch, Country Maple French Toast, a Cheddar Bacon Omelet and a Breakfast Burger are among the fresh and filling dishes that diners can anticipate. In addition to the incredible food, Whiskey Row has a craft cocktail program that include a variety of classics and Whiskey Row originals.

3.The Property
Constructed in 1878, the historic building at 400 Broadway was one of the earliest properties to be preserved and stabilized by the Metro Development & Housing Agency through their redevelopment efforts more than 30 years ago, earning an ABC Excellence in Development Award. Most recognized as the longtime home of Gruhn’s Guitars, the building’s revered musical history will continue when it reopens as Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row later this year.

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