1st glimpse at Miranda Lambert's new Nashville restaurant Casa Rosa opening this summer

What we know about the singer's new spot.

Lambert announced last week that she would be the first female country singer to open a bar and restaurant on Broadway in downtown Nashville with her new spot Casa Rosa.

The award-winning singer shared a first look on Instagram of the Texas-inspired eatery that is set to open in summer 2021. The four-floor venue will have three floors to feature live entertainment, topped off with a rooftop bar.

The complex, which translates to "Pink House," will be decked out with memorabilia from Miranda's illustrious career, including costumes from her videos and the birdcage featured in the video for her latest No. 1 hit, "Bluebird."

True to its name, the venue boasts tufted pink booths, along with a rhinestone saddle modeled after one of the singer's favorites that hangs inside Billy Bob's Texas, and an Instagram-worthy yellow rose wall.

The menu will feature Tex-Mex items such as tacos and one of Miranda's favorite libations, tequila.

"I'm so excited to have a honky tonk with my name on it! Casa Rosa will be a little taste of Texas in Tennessee," she said on Instagram alongside the new photos. "This place is special to me and I'm happy to be representing the ladies here in Music City! See y'all down there!"

To create Casa Rosa, Lambert is working with TC Restaurant Group, the company that's behind FGL House by Florida Georgia Line, Luke's 32 Bridge by Luke Bryan and more.

Additionally, Lambert's latest album with singer-songwriters Jack Ingram and Jon Randall, "The Marfa Tapes," is set to release on May 7.