What You Should Know About Miranda Lambert's Bar On Broadway

Country music superstar Miranda Lambert has left her mark on country music. The singer made history at the 2018 ACM Awards after winning the Song of the Year for her song "Tin Man" when she set the record for the most-awarded artist in the Academy of Country Music History (via The Boot). The record-breaking country music singer also set the Guinness World record for having the most consecutive wins for AMC's female vocalist of the year (per Guinness World Record).

Now, the two-time Grammy-winning-artist has opened another door for the ladies in country music. Although the bar will join several other artist-brand establishments in Nashville, Lambert's Casa Rosa is the first bar in the area owned by a female country star (via Williamson Source).

"I'm opening a Honky Tonk, Tex-Mex, and Cantina," Lambert told Access Hollywood. "It's really cool because I'm the first woman to ever have a Honky Tonk down there on Broadway, so really proud of that, representing for the ladies."

Continuing to represent for the ladies, the country music superstar added a couple of feminine touches to her establishment. "We put some girly touches in it," she adds. "Like a rhinestone saddle and pink boots and got a little bit of girly stuff going on." The 37-year-old even added a couple of her favorite dresses on display throughout the bar.

Inside Miranda Lambert's Broadway bar

Country music icon Miranda Lambert celebrated the opening of her Casa Rosa bar earlier this year with an all-star family and friends karaoke night. Lambert danced and sang the night away with husband Brendan McLoughlin and fellow members of Lambert's band the Pistol Annies, Ashley McBryde and Angaleena Presley.

The "Gunpowder & Lead" shared photos of the evening the following day on social media, announcing that the bar had officially open. "Yall, it's official ... Casa Rosa is open!!" The singer wrote. "We celebrated Tuesday night with a friends and family karaoke party! Thanks to everyone who came out to hang!" Lambert and McLoughlin sang a "Grease" duet, which Lambert joked about in her post, saying, "Just call us Danny and Sandy from now on!"

Lambert describes her new business venture "as a little taste of Texas in Tennessee" (via Williamson Source).

The four-story building features three floors of live music and a rooftop bar. Lambert tells Entertainment Tonight that the cocktails are "delicious." The singer even dedicated a room in the bar, referred to as "the Pink House," to her record-breaking career. Inside, fans get an up-close look at the singer's prized career memorabilia, such as a birdcage honoring her number one hit song "Bluebird," dresses and costumes worn to music videos, and a mold of Lambert's favorite saddle made out of rhinestones (per Country Now).