Lainey Wilson’s Bell Bottoms Up Bar to Bring Louisiana Flavor to Nashville

Lainey Wilson, the country music star known for hits like “Things a Man Oughta Know,” is set to open her very own bar in Nashville, Tennessee. The Bell Bottoms Up bar, located at 120 3rd Ave. South, will bring a taste of Louisiana to Music City. Wilson, who hails from Baskin, Louisiana, with a population of just 200 people, is excited to share her roots with fans through her new venture.

“I can’t give away all the details just yet, but it’s good — and think about where I’m from,” Wilson teased in an interview. The bar will feature a signature dessert, a skillet cookie, in addition to a menu that promises to impress even the pickiest eaters.

Wilson’s dream of opening a bar on Broadway is finally coming to fruition with the launch of Bell Bottoms Up. The establishment will feature two stages, four bars, and a disco-themed rooftop level with 1970s Western-inspired decor and frozen drinks. Partnering with TC Restaurant Group, known for launching successful bars for other country music stars, Wilson is eager to create a space that reflects her music and style.

Fans have already shown their support for Wilson’s new venture, eagerly anticipating the grand opening on Friday. As the country music star kicks off her “Country’s Cool Again” Tour at Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheater, Bell Bottoms Up will offer a unique experience that blends Wilson’s Louisiana roots with Music City flair. Don’t miss the chance to experience a taste of the bayou in the heart of Nashville at Bell Bottoms Up.