Luke Bryan's brand-new bar/restaurant/venue, Luke's 32 Bridge in downtown Nashville, is now open for business — and the singer/American Idol judge couldn't be more excited. Bryan posted a video to Instagram Thursday (Aug. 2) giving fans a glimpse at all the features his new joint has to offer, and it's all looking good!

"I'm just walkin' through it, checkin' it out myself," marvels Bryan in the clip. "And now you can too. Come see us!"

It's hard to imagine anyone would mind making a visit to Bryan's establishment. The video shows off a variety of fun decor, including a truck suspended from the ceiling, as well as lots and lots of photos of delicious-looking food and frosty, big drinks.

The venue boasts a variety of classic American fare as well as rooftop sushi — with the latter offering a specialty roll containing two southern culinary institutions: Hot chicken and pickles! While nobody could call it a traditional Japanese dish, it's certainly a unique take that foodies across the country should enjoy sampling. The specialty drinks are named after some of Bryan's biggest hits, including "That's My Kind of Night" and "Country Girl." Cheers!

The venue is located at 301 Broadway, which is located crossing Third Avenue. Bryan chose the name "32 Bridge" as a reference to the Route 32 bridge crossing the Flint River in his native Georgia. This also happens to be the name of his clothing line, for which he partnered with retailer Cabela's in 2014.

Bryan is the latest prominent country name to throw his hat into the restaurant biz. He joins Jason AldeanBlake SheltonFlorida Georgia LineDierks BentleyJohn RichAlan Jackson and Kid Rock.

42 Reasons to Love Luke Bryan

Luke Bryan Re-Wrote the Book on Special Fan Moments

More From Taste of Country