Can't stop the eatin': Justin Timberlake investing in new honky-tonk/supper club in Nashville

Twelve Thirty's name was inspired by Prohibition-Era supper clubs and speakeasies
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Over the years, Justin Timberlake has co-owned or endorsed several restaurants, and now he's involved in a new eatery opening soon in Nashville, Tennessee.

According to National Restaurant News, Justin has invested in a new restaurant called Twelve Thirty, a 30,000- square foot place near Broadway in Music City. The first two floors will open in April, while the third floor is due to open in late summer.

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The concept includes The First Level, a "refined honky-tonk" with live music and a mezzanine lounge serving upscale comfort food and Southern cuisine, and a third-floor, 400-seat Supper Club, where the average bill per person will run about $120.

Sam Fox, the restaurateur who's spearheading the project, says Twelve Thirty's name was inspired by Prohibition-Era supper clubs and speakeasies which would open at 12:30AM.

While Nashville's Lower Broadway area is currently full of bars and restaurants owned or co-owned by country stars -- from Blake Shelton to Luke Bryan to Florida Georgia Line -- the only other place that has pop star ownership is Nashville Underground, co-owned by Gavin DeGraw and his brother.

It's unclear if Justin, a Tennessee native, plans to spend any time at the new place.

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