Reba McEntire Just Unveiled New Venture That Will Leave You Speechless

Reba McEntire is officially in the restaurant business. The country singer opened her namesake dining and entertainment venue, Reba’s Place, in Atoka, Oklahoma on January 26, 2021. The two-story venue includes a restaurant and bar, a retail and entertainment space, and memorabilia from the singer’s long career.

The menu at Reba’s Place is full of childhood dishes from the singer’s hometown of Atoka, as well as dishes from cities she’s visited during her career, such as New Orleans, Memphis, and Nashville. Customers can also enjoy a variety of beers, wines, and spirits that are turned into signature cocktails at the antique bar.

Some of the dishes that will be featured are, Pinto beans and cornbread (McEntire’s favorite), Street tacos, Chicken-fried steak, and Slow-smoked brisket as well as her favorite dessert- Strawberry shortcake.

When it comes to entertainment, Reba’s Place has a stage with “state-of-the-art acoustics and lighting for a concert-quality experience.” Local artists will be performing during lunch and dinner, and guests can purchase exclusive merchandise and memorabilia from the singer’s archives, including past tour merchandise and items from her fashion collections.

McEntire is excited to work with her partners, the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, and to create new opportunities in the community she grew up in. “It’s exciting to work with people who have a passion for this town and for creating jobs, tourism, and new opportunities in southeastern Oklahoma, in the community where I grew up,” she said in a press release.

Reba’s Place is a great spot for anyone who loves country music and is looking for a new place to eat and listen to music. McEntire’s restaurant is set in a century-old Masonic Temple and can accommodate up to 250 people.

When Reba initially revealed she was branching out into the restaurant space in 2021 she said, “We’re really tickled, we’re very excited about it. It’s going to have great food, family atmosphere, a bandstand in there where we can do a little picking and grinning and singing.”



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