Reba’s Place is built inside a historic Masonic temple in Oklahoma.
Reba McEntire will have her name highlighted on a new site in 2022.
The country music superstar has announced that his latest project, Reba’s Place, a restaurant, bar, and concert venue in Atoka, Oklahoma, is slated to open next year.
Alongside chef Gary Batton, McEntire announced at a concert in Durant, Oklahoma, that his vision is coming to life in partnership with the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and the city of Atoka.
According to the venue’s new website, Reba’s Place was built in “a century-old Masonic temple” and will feature “two dining floors that will open onto a central stage that will regularly host concerts.”
As for what fans can expect to eat, the menu should include house versions of popular regional dishes and favorites from nearby culinary hot spots like Nashville, New Orleans, and Mexico.
“Menu highlights include ‘Fancy’ steak dinner, street tacos, chicken fried steak and Reba’s personal favorite, pinto beans and cornbread,” the website states.
There will also be a century-old bar which has been restored and will offer a variety of beers, wines, spirits and craft cocktails.
“The aesthetic of the place is heavily influenced by Reba’s western heritage and includes a collection of memorabilia from Reba’s personal archives that will change regularly,” according to the website.
There will also be a retail area in the space with new merchandise and established Reba favorites.