ABC/Craig SjodinIf all goes as planned, Luke Bryan will be the latest country star to open his own honky tonk on Lower Broadway in Nashville.

The project is a partnership with Ohio-based TC Restaurant Group, according to the Nashville Business Journal. The company, which recently worked with Jason Aldean on his new Kitchen + Rooftop Bar, bought the adjoining building at Third and Broadway downtown in March for $5.5 million. The two-story structure was formerly the site of both a bank and a boot store.

According to documents from the Metro Historic Zoning Commission, Luke’s new watering hole will re-purpose the existing boot store sign, and be called some variation of Luke Bryan’s 32 Bridge Food + Drink.

Luke’s previously used 32 Bridge as the name of his clothing line. It’s a reference to the Route 32 bridge across the Flint River in his home state of Georgia. So far, there’s no official word from Luke on the project, or when the new business could potentially open.

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