Icon Entertainment shared in a release a new project that will join the Johnny Cash diner. The Sinatra Bar and Lounge, to be located in the historic Southern Turf building in Nashville’s Printer’s Alley, is slated to open in 2020.
Focusing on Ol’ Blue Eyes’ favorites, the menu features Italian recipes with Sinatra’s drink of choice – Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey or Old No. 7, as he referred to it.
“It’s a pleasure and an honor for our family to partner with the Sinatra family to bring what promises to be one of Nashville’s—and the Southeast’s—most notable establishments,” says Bill Miller, founder of Icon Entertainment which includes Nudie’s Honky Tonk, Patsy Cline Museum, Skull’s Rainbow Room, and House of Cards.
“We are thrilled that our Dad, who loved good songs, good food and good spirits, will now be part of Music City’s creative and vibrant landscape,” says Nancy and Tina Sinatra. Added Tina, “the stately Southern Turf landmark is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and once housed a speakeasy and saloon; how cool is that?”
The Southern Turf Building is located in the rapidly redeveloping area of downtown Nashville. The basement level of the building is home to the legendary Skull’s Rainbow Room, which just took the number five spot in TripAdvisor’s Top 40 list of the best restaurants in Nashville.
Updates regarding the Sinatra Bar and Lounge will be published on the Sinatra Bar and Lounge Facebook page.