Justin Timberlake is expanding his restaurant empire by opening a third eaterie, called Southern Hospitality.
Justin Timberlake is good not only in music, but also taste. The pop singer is expanding his restaurant empire with another new eatery in New York which will be his second in town.
The latest venture, to be called "Southern Hospitality," will be opened next month on Second Avenue at 79th Street. JT is doing it with business partner Eytan Sugarman.
"Southern Hospitality," per New York Post reports, will feature a Southern barbecue, inspired by the Tennessee home cooking of Timberlake's childhood, a stage for live performances and a jukebox.
Justin and Sugarman already own "Destino," an Italian restaurant on First Avenue, which opened in February 2006. The recording artist has also owned the now defunct upmarket dim-sum bar called "Chi" in Hollywood with entrepreneurs Art and Allan Davis, which was opened in 2003.