Four-Story Country Music Restaurant Opry City Stage Opens Tonight in Times Square


The NYC spinoff of Nashville country music icon Grand Ole Opry opens tonight with a whopping four levels for a restaurant and live music venue — an effort to be a country music hub in the city.

Opry City Stage, located near Times Square at 1604 Broadway, is a collaboration between SPK Hospitality and Ryman Hospitality Properties, the company that owns the historic Grand Ole Opry in Tennessee. Gadi Peleg, a co-owner of Breads Bakery, is also a partner here. It’s kind of like a Hard Rock Cafe, except it’s only for country music, it’s not a chain (yet), and it will host live music non-stop during meals.

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Vote for New York’s Best All-Day Restaurant of the Year


Welcome to the fourth day of the Eater Awards — the eighth annual year that Eater cities around the world honor the most talented restaurants and chefs of the year. Today’s category: the All-Day Restaurant of the Year.

All-day dining has been a huge trend in 2017, and New York’s been at the forefront of it. As with the awards earlier this week, this category will have both an editor’s choice winner and a reader’s choice winner. Both will be announced on December 5th. Below, vote in the All-Day Restaurant of the Year category.

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