For those of you who haven't watched Chasing Happiness yet, there's a buttload of information about the Jonas Brothers, what they've been up to, how they came to be, and, most importantly, how the family that raised them is doing now.
And while the whole family is thankfully happy and proud and healthy, there's one bit of crucial Jonas Brothers-related info they kinda glossed right over in the otherwise comprehensive doc. What is that bit of crucial information, you ask? Oh, it's just that Kevin Sr. and Denise Jonas opened up a Jonas Brothers-themed restaurant in Belmont, NC, about three years ago and Nellie's Southern Kitchen has been operating on JoBros drinks, merch, and visits ever since then.
Kevin stopping in for dinner.
To be fair, Kevin, Joe, and Nick don't visit the restaurant too often, but when they do, they always stop to pose for pictures with fans and sit for a good long meal. For those upset they stopped by and didn't get to see the guys, they'll have to make due with the innumerable posters, magazine covers, and references to them plastered all over the restaurant.
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Most exciting, though, assuming you don't run into the actual Jonas Brothers, are the references to them on the food and drink menu. Take the new "Sucker" martini, for example. It's got Nick written all over it.
If that still doesn't do it for you, you can always come in for Jonas Brothers trivia, which doesn't come around often, but does resurface every time the band has something new and exciting to promote. Go ahead! Show off! You are the world's biggest JB fan, after all!
In fact, Nellie's is all about doing fun things around the band's accomplishments. It looks like every time they release an album, you can get discounted wine!
If that doesn't do it for you, I don't know what will. Chase your own less Jonas Brothers-centric happiness then, friends.
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