So good together: Reba McEntire and a new restaurant.
The country music star, 66, announced the creation of Reba’s Place, a restaurant, bar and live entertainment venue in Atoka, Oklahoma, People reported.
McEntire, who was born in Oklahoma, made the announcement Friday at the Choctaw Grand Theater in Durant, Oklahoma and posted a video to Instagram.
McEntire welcomed Chief Gary Batton from the Choctaw Nation on stage to make the announcement, according to People.
According to the Rebas Place website, the new venue is “a combination restaurant, bar, live music venue and retail store brought to life by country music superstar Reba McEntire.”
“We are so excited here in southeastern Oklahoma, here in the Choctaw Nation to be bringing a partnership with Atoka, Oklahoma, by the way, thank you Atoka,” Batton said in the video. “But we are partnering with the greatest female country singer of all time to bring Reba’s restaurant to Atoka, Oklahoma.”
The venue features “two stories of dining space,” opening up to a large stage, plus a restaurant. The website highlights dishes like the “Fancy,” steak dinner -- a nod to McEntire’s hit song -- plus street tacos, chicken fried steak, and pinto beans and cornbread -- which was described as “Reba’s personal favorite.”
The restaurant is scheduled to open in late 2022, according to American Songwriter.
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