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Lambert plans Nashville restaurant

Monday, March 8, 2021 – Miranda Lambert become the first female country star to have a bar and restaurant on Nashville's Broadway.

Miranda Lambert's Casa Rosa, opening this summer in partnership with TC Restaurant Group, is a four-level entertainment complex that reflects her interest in Tex-Mex dining and features three floors of live music and nightlife, including a rooftop bar.

The "Pink House" at the restaurant will be home to some of Lambert's memorabilia, including the birdcage from her number one song and CMA Video of the Year "Bluebird," clothing and set pieces from her video shoots, a rhinestone saddle modeled after a favorite of hers from Billy Bob's in Fort Worth, a customized "Yellow Rose" wall for photos, and other items from Lambert's life.

Lambert said, "I'm so excited to have a honky tonk with my name on it. Casa Rosa will be a little taste of Texas in Tennessee. Tacos, tequila and tufted pink booths, what else can a girl ask for? This place is special to me and I'm happy to be representing the ladies here in Music City. See y'all down there."

"We're very excited to be working with Miranda; such an iconic artist with a fantastic fan base," said Grant Burlingame, vice president of operations for TC Restaurant Group. "This last year has provided us the ability to really put focus and attention toward this project, and we can't wait for her fans to be a part of this experience."

TC Restaurant Group's VP of Culinary Development Chef Tomasz Wosiak has worked with Lambert over the past year to create a menu tailored to the artist's specific taste.

TC Restaurant Group operates restaurant venues in multiple cities and offers eight dining and entertainment destinations on lower Broadway in the heart of downtown Nashville. Concepts include Jason Aldean's Kitchen and Rooftop Bar, LUKE'S 32 BRIDGE Food + Drink, FGL House, Tequila Cowboy, Wanna B's Karaoke Bar, Luigi's City Pizza, Sun Diner and It's a Nashville Thing, Y'all Gift Shop.


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