Country fans can get their very own taste of Reba McEntire’s childhood with the grand opening of Reba’s Place, a restaurant inspired by the Country icon’s upbringing.
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The multi-level dining and entertainment venue is set in a century old Masonic Temple in Atoka, Okahoma and features three stories of restaurant, bar, retail and entertainment space. Reba was onsite for the long-awaited grand opening to welcome fans and thank them for their support.
“Music and the fans helped build this place and get it all together,” she said via press release. “That’s what a restaurant is all about, where people can come in, visit and eat.”
The menu at Reba’s Place includes signature dishes from all the places that shaped McEntire and her iconic career including her childhood home in southeast Oklahoma, Nashville, Memphis and New Orleans. Items include Choctaw beef steaks and chops, Nashville hot chicken
Memphis-style bologna sandwiches and Reba’s personal favorites — strawberry shortcake and Pinto Beans with cornbread.
In addition to the good eats, music will play a large part in the atmosphere at Reba’s Place (of course!) Guests will enjoy live performances from local artists during lunch and dinner hours presented with state-of-the-art acoustic and lighting equipment.
Find out more about Reba’s Place and plan your visit here.
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