Rascal Flatts launching restaurant chain, planning Twin Cities location

The country band is opening its own chain of themed restaurants around the United States and Canada. Rascal Flatts' first location will be in Phoenix. More restaurants are planned for next year, including one in the Twins Cities metro.
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The country band is opening its own chain of themed restaurants around the United States and Canada. Rascal Flatts' first location will be in Phoenix. More restaurants are planned for next year, including one in the Twins Cities metro.

Rascal Flatts is currently crisscrossing the country on their Changed Tour, which makes a stop at the Minnesota State Fair on Thursday.

In January, Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill in St. Louis Park was nominated for the Academy of Country Music Awards' Nightclub of the Year.

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