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Raising Cane’s unveils Nashville flagship on Lower Broadway

Want a side of Music City with your Caniac Combo? Here’s what to know about the downtown location, which opens on June 26.

Exterior angle of Raising Cane's new multi-level Lower Broadway location in downtown Nashville with traffic flowing in both directions in front of the building and pedestrians on the sidewalk.

The restaurant is located on the corner of Broadway and Third Avenue North. | Photo via Raising Cane’s

Raising Cane’s officially opens its doors in the historic Baxter Building (212 Broadway) on Wednesday, June 26.

Of course, the multi-level Nashville flagship incorporates a touch of Music City. Keep an eye out for the following local nods:

  • Johnny and June Cash tribute booth with two custom guitars
  • A signed sequined top and guitar owned by Loretta Lynn
  • Hatch Show Print posters and a floor-to-ceiling wood block wall inspired by the print shop
  • Colorful horse-riding cowboy made with 1.2 million rhinestones
  • Cane III mascot statue wearing her best Nudie-style suit

The restaurant known for its chicken fingers, crinkle-cut fries, and Cane’s sauce is open daily from 10 a.m. until 2 a.m.

Interior view of Raising Cane's entrance with a five-foot-six-inch tall statue of Cane III in the center, as well as a walk-up ordering station and staircase in the background.

Say hello to Cane III, the restaurant’s mascot, before placing an order at the counter. | Photo via Raising Cane’s

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