Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan & Adam Roche Open E3 Chophouse


E3 Chophouse, a high end, service-driven, ranch-to-restaurant steakhouse, opened on Friday, November 1 in Nashville’s Hillsboro Village neighborhood at 1628 21st Avenue.

E3 Chophouse Nashville is owned by the families of Adam LaRoche, Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan. The new restaurant will be open seven days a week, Sunday – Thursday 5 p – 10 and Friday- Saturday 5 p – 11 p.

The original E3 Chophouse in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, was founded in 2013 and is owned by brothers Adam, Andy and Jeff LaRoche. E3 Chophouse is an extension of the family-owned E3 Ranch, headquartered in Fort Scott, Kansas.

The restaurant will serve all-natural, no antibiotics or steroids ever and no added hormone beef directly from E3 certified ranches. The 13,000-square-foot restaurant spans three stories and features expansive space for dinner, private events, and a rooftop bar.

E3 steaks are the highlight of the menu, steaks come from cattle raised on the family ranch and other E3 certified ranches. They are hand-cut in house and made to order. These all-natural, no antibiotics or steroids ever and no added hormone cuts are served with E3’s twist on classic accompaniments. The menu also features shareable starters, a bar snack menu, and a full cocktail and wine list.

In addition to E3 Chophouse restaurants, other family projects include E3 Ranch, owned and operated by Adam and Jennifer LaRoche in Fort Scott, Kansas; E3 Meat Company; E3 K9 Performance; E3 Foundation; and Buck Commander (with Willie Robertson) popular hunting show and product line.

“The E3 Ranch started as a personal effort to be confident about what we were feeding our family,” said Adam LaRoche. “Jenn and I bought the ranch and decided to raise a few cattle naturally because we weren’t convinced that what was available at the grocery store was quality meat. My teammates heard about what we were doing and started requesting beef; word spread to other teams, and we found ourselves shipping 100 lbs. of beef at a time. The project quickly grew to the E3 Meat Company that’s available today for the general public to enjoy. We are committed to the total utilization of the steers we raise. We humanely raise healthy, happy cows, and nothing goes to waste.”

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

For the latest updates, visit E3 Chophouse on Facebook.