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Food & Wine: AJ’s Good Time Bar in Nashville is Now Open—Here’s a Look Inside
AJ’s Good Time Bar in Nashville is Now Open—Here’s a Look Inside
Who’s up for some bar hopping and honky-tonk? Alan Jackson has been going full boot scootin’ boogie as of late, from performing on the successful Honky Tonk Highway Tour to being inducted into the 2017 Country Music Hall of Fame. Since October 2016, the 58-year-old Georgia native has also been working steadfastly to get his new honky-tonk watering hole, AJ’s Good Time Bar, up and running. In May 2017, the country music legend saw his dream fully realized, with the grand opening and complete renovation of the third floor and rooftop of AJ’s Good Time Bar in Nashville. While there are plenty of bars and lounges to choose from in the heart of Music City, AJ’s Good Time Bar is the only artist-owned establishment on Broadway to offer four floors of entertainment, each boasting its own distinct décor and vibe to match Jackson’s personality, interests, and hobbies. Not to mention, the new rooftop is an ideal spot for guests to end their night out on the town, particularly when the weather is nice enough to take in the scenic view of downtown Nashville, Ryman Auditorium, and Nissan Stadium—in between throwing back a few of the bar’s signature shots and drinks, of course. If that’s not enough, locals and country music fans alike can wander around the four-story entertainment mecca, feasting their eyes on wall-to-wall memorabilia from the singer’s collection. “I always wanted to own a honky-tonk that plays real country music on Broadway that I could put my name on," said Jackson in a press release. Judging by the following vibrant images, that’s exactly what he's got. — Michelle Darrisaw, Southern Living  

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