“Big Bang Theory” star Kaley Cuoco recently shared a glimpse into her latest venture.

On her Instagram account, the actress posted a photo of the interior of her bar. As of now, the place still needs a lot of work, but Cuoco is already excited for its upcoming opening. Unfortunately, the actress didn’t say exactly when her bar will open and where it is located, but Cuoco revealed that designer Jeff Andrews helped her out in making the bar of her dreams.

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Cuoco, who has been in the industry since she was a young girl, received a hefty increase in her pay for “Big Bang Theory” ahead of Season 10. The actress receives $1 million per installment and approximately $24 million per season. It is therefore not surprising for the actress to consider investing on businesses that she can handle even after she retires from acting.

Earlier this year, there were also reports suggesting that Cuoco and her other co-stars, Jim Parsons, Johnny Galecki, Kunal Nayyar and Simon Helberg, gave up $100,000 each from their pay to give Mayim Bialik and Melissa Rauch an increase in their paycheck. But Bialik debunked such reports when she spoke with People and said that fans should not believe everything they read.

“You shouldn’t believe everything you read. I’m happy to report that we have a very cohesive cast and we all know that our strength is together. We all really love each other, we love going to work and we’re very excited to do two more seasons,” she said.

Meanwhile, Cuoco and her co-stars have not yet returned to the set of “Big Bang Theory” to film Season 11. After all, Season 10 just wrapped up in May. But new details about Season 11, episode 1 have already been teased by showrunner Steve Molaro.

While speaking with The Hollywood Reporter, Molaro said that fans shouldn’t presume that Amy (Bialik) will say yes to Sheldon’s (Parsons) proposal. “I don’t know what’s going to happen but any viewer would imagine she would – but we, the audience, know what propelled him there. It’s an interesting situation and I’m excited to see how it turns out,” he said.

“Big Bang Theory” Season 11 will premiere on CBS on Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. EDT.