Raising Cane's Just Opened a New Flagship Location in Nashville, and We Got the First Look

Raising Cane's Just Opened a New Flagship Location in Nashville, and We Got the First Look

Chicken finger and french fry juggernaut Raising Cane's just opened an exciting new location in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee. Situated on the same street corner as Blake Shelton's Ole Red, Kid Rock's Big Honky Tonk, and Luke Bryan's Luke's 32 Bridge, the Raising Cane's flagship location can't be beat. Country music fans, next time you flock to Broadway, stop for a bite at Raising Cane's and you won't be disappointed.

Not only does Cane's serve the best chicken fingers and french fries, their Nashville flagship location is decked out with plenty of country music memorabilia and classic Nashville decor. You'll see a guitar signed by Loretta Lynn, Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash's matching acoustic guitars, vintage country concert posters and more. Cane's is the perfect pit stop for a cheap meal on Broadway in between country music acts and artist-owned bars.

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Rhinestone Cowboy Mural

Inspired by Glen Campbell's "Rhinestone Cowboy," this wall mural is made entirely of real rhinestones!

a staircase with a mural on the wall
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The Dolly Parton Booth

Raising Cane's Nashville flagship location features plenty of nods to everyone's favorite country music icon: Dolly Parton. Die-hard Dolly fans can take a seat (and a selfie) in this Dolly-inspired booth.

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Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash's Matching Guitars

Raising Cane's Founder and CEO Todd Graves acquired Johnny and June Carter Cash's matching acoustic guitars. He said their guitars will have more admirers inside of Raising Cane's than in any museum or home.

johnny and june cash guitars
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Decked-Out Staircase

The stairs leading up to the second floor are decked out with a mural, the Tennessee flag, a horse, and a collage of country music albums.

a stairway with a sign on the wall
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Orders Counter and Print Wall

The counter is where the real magic happens. Aside from the usual chicken finger baskets, the flagship store has exclusive merch only available in Nashville.

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Cane III With Her Statue

Raising Cane's official mascot and namesake Cane III the yellow lab made a special appearance at the grand opening, and posed with a statue modeled after him.

cane iii
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Truck Tailgate Booths

These specially made booths will make you feel like you're eating your chicken basket from the front seat of a truck. Repurposed truck tailgates were used for these special seats.

a bar with chairs and tables
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Guitar Cases for Cane I, II, and III

Raising Cane's was named after Founder Todd Graves's dog Cane. Many years have passed but the tradition continues with Cane III stepping in to fill Cane I and II's footsteps. Each dog has a personalized guitar case in the restaurant.

cane's guitar cases
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Music Note Hatch Wall

This music note wall is the perfect homage to country culture and country musicians. See if you can spy the "Bless Your Heart" or the Patsy Cline poster.

a wall with graffiti
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