Goodlettsville, TN – TNA officials announced the grand opening of their brand new theme restaurant this past weekend in Goodlettsville, just north of Nashville on Route 65.
TNA president and on-air personality Dixie Carter greeted hungry customers to the company’s latest endeavor.
“Welcome, ya’ll!” said Carter, in full waitress uniform. “Hope everyone brought their appetites!”
The restaurant, designed in the classic 50’s diner motif, is located in a strip mall in between an A-1 Cleaners and The New Beginnings methadone clinic. The walls are covered in important TNA artifacts from years past. Some pieces of memorabilia include the tubesocks that the Hot Shots stuffed into their trunks, Johnny Fairplay’s contract, and Don Harris’s infamous Nazi SS shirt.
“The TNA Restaurant has some good ol’ down home, stick to your ribs cookin,” said Carter, wiping gravy from an order of Tyrus Thanksgiving Sandwich on to her apron.
Other items on the menu include the Abyss’s Black Hole Slamburger, the EC3-Bean Salad, Loaded Rockstar Spuds, and Velvet Sky High Apple Pie. This week’s special is Chicken ala Kenny King with your choice of Austin Aries Antipasto or Lashley Lentil soup.
“Y’know, I’ve never been in the food business, but I think we’ll be fine. Come to think of it, I can’t even make mac and cheese. It’s okay, though. I didn’t know anything about the wrestling business and look where TNA is now!”
Several TNA wrestlers are currently working at the restaurant to help make ends meet.