Sound studio

Star Rover Sound concert hall and restaurant to open in Nashville

His Star Rovera music venue and restaurant by Ford Fry and the team behind the highly acclaimed restaurant, The Optimist and the brand new Le Loup, is set to open in Nashville this fall.

Located right next to the Optimist’s main dining room, Star Rover Sound is a honky-tonk snack bar featuring live music, margaritas and snacks to share.

Featuring a live recording studio with country and blues vibes and high-quality sound, the venue will feature a full backline, Fender amps and house drums with a live sound engineer every night. The inspiration for Star Rover Sound came from the need for more listening rooms in Nashville. The mid-century-inspired space is a remixed take on a honky-tonk with colorful laminate tables and studio-inspired decor with quilted vinyl booths, a neon-lit bar, and fabric wall panels for upstairs. -acoustic speakers. The laid-back environment features indoor and outdoor seating with live music during dinner, which then transitions to a live show later in the evening.

The Star Rover Sound snack bar will include bites like beef picadillo and shrimp tacos in the box, fried bologna sandwiches, tuna tostadas and more. With mostly tequila and whiskey-based cocktails, the drinks menu will also feature craft beers on tap and limited wines by the glass.

Star Rover Sound will be open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday.

(1400 Adams Street, Nashville,