December 6

Opry City Stage: Restaurant Spin-Off of Grand Ole Opry

All country music and food lovers will most definitely unite thanks to the opening of a brand new restaurant in New York City that’s got a wonderful twist.

New York City’s spinoff of the prestigious country music icon in Nashville, Grand Ole Opry, called Opry City Stage, recently opened on the evening of December 1. It is located near Times Square at 1604 Broadway. For a venue where people can dine and enjoy good music, it boasts not one, but four levels and a spot where live music can be performed. Indeed, one can tell at first glance that much effort and passion was poured into the creation of the restaurant to honor the beauty and distinct flavor of country music.

The concept behind the construction of the resto is to make it sort of like a Hard Rock Café that also hosts non-stop live country music while customers enjoy good food. Opry City Stage’s first floor will be used as a retail space. Its 260-seat restaurant, bar, and stages will be situated on the next two floors, while venue exclusively for music called the Studio will welcome the guests on the fourth floor. The Studio houses a dining room with 250 seats, and will only be made available for private, ticketed performances.

All of Opry City Stage’s levels will be elaborately adorned with costumes, pictures, artwork, and other artifacts patterned after the original Opry stage.

The Big Apple’s latest country music hub is a collaboration between Ryman Hospitality Properties and SPK Hospitality. Ryman owns the momentous Grand Ole Opry. Breads Bakery co-owner, Gadi Peleg, is also a partner.

As for the food, the menu is dominated mainly by Southern dishes, with a little touch of New York City cuisine. Following the classic appetizer-soup-salad-entrée format, the menu was made possible thanks to the generous assistance of Eric and Bruce Bromberg, owners of Blue Ribbon, who provided great insight into the combination of various delicacies that would fit the restaurant’s modern country setting. Among the must-try dishes include mouthwatering appetizers, burgers and sandwiches, chicken, waffles, steak, prime rib. A wide array of quality whiskey, rum, gin, vodka, and liqueur are also available to complete every guest’s country craving.

So if you and your loved ones are looking for a new, fun, and cool place where you can indulge in great food and non-stop country music, head to Opry City Stage now to experience a one-of-a-kind dining experience!


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Grand Ole Opry, New York City, Opry City Stage


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