About Us. Located on the corner of 3rd Avenue and Broadway, Kid Rock’s Big Ass Honky Tonk & Rock ‘n’ Roll Steakhouse is Nashville’s biggest and baddest new honky tonk !
New $20 million entertainment venue and steakhouse on Lower Broadway will have a rock ‘n’ roll vibe. Rock /country superstar Kid Rock has partnered with the owners of Tootsie’s to open a roughly $20 million, four-story entertainment venue and steakhouse with a bent toward rock music in the country music capital.
Located at the corner of 3rd Ave & Broadway, Kid Rock’s Big Honky Tonk & Rock ‘n’ Roll Steakhouse is Nashville’s biggest and baddest new honky tonk.
Audrey Berry is the longtime partner of musician Kid Rock . The couple became engaged in 2017 after nearly a decade together. Berry is a regular presence at Kid Rock’s shows and is known to his most committed fans because she interacts with them during events.
Kid Rock’s restaurant to close after his profane comments on Oprah Winfrey. A Detroit restaurant belonging to Kid Rock is closing amid backlash over a video of him making profanity-laced comments about Oprah Winfrey while apparently drunk at a Nashville event.
Tootsies World Famous Orchid Lounge has been a hub for many Country Music legends such as Faron Young, Patsy Cline , Kris Kristofferson, and Loretta Lynn.
Kid Rock has not owned or managed the Made in Detroit restaurant, but simply licensed his name and image rights. He also gave initial input on menu items and loaned memorabilia for the space.
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Kid Rock’s BADASS beer has been relaunched and is being brewed at Brew Detroit on Abbott Street. The facility also brews beers from Motor City Brewing Works and Atwater Brewery along with offering the first beer canning facility in the city since the 1985 closure of Stroh Brewery .
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