25 Best Bars in Nashville on Broadway | A Local’s Guide

Nashville’s world-famous Broadway is the beating heart of the city’s nightlife scene. With its neon lights, live music pouring out of every door, and a seemingly endless array of bars and honky-tonks, it’s a must-visit destination for anyone looking to experience the best of Music City. 

As a local who has explored nearly every watering hole on the strip, I’ve put together this comprehensive guide to the 25 best bars in Nashville on Broadway. Whether you’re a bachelorette party looking to let loose, a family seeking authentic Nashville fun, or a couple craving a romantic night out, this list has something for everyone.

Map of the Best Bars in Nashville on Broadway

My Favorite Bars in Nashville on Broadway

Here are my personal favorite Broadway bars. They’re both a little unique and a lotta fun. They usually include yummy food and always include a great time.

1. Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge

Address: 422 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
Hours: 9:30am-3:00am daily
Who this bar is perfect for: Those seeking a taste of historic Nashville.

Tootsie’s, established in 1960, stands as the oldest bar on the strip, proudly adorned in its signature “orchid” purple since day one. Impossible to overlook on Broadway, this iconic establishment exudes historical charm while offering a vibrant atmosphere for modern visitors.

Over the decades, Tootsie’s has played host to countless legendary singers and songwriters, with many launching their careers within its walls, including the illustrious Willie Nelson. A pilgrimage to Nashville isn’t complete without a visit to Tootsie’s; it’s a quintessential Nashville landmark. Pose for a snapshot in front of the famous purple facade, then step inside to sip a drink while envisioning the luminaries who once graced its barstools.

2. Wildhorse Saloon

**Wildhorse Saloon is temporarily closed for remodeling as of January 2024**

Address: 120 2nd Ave N, Nashville, TN 37201
Hours: Sun-Mon Closed, Tues 4pm-10pm, Wed-Thurs 12pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 12pm-12am
Who this bar is perfect for: Enthusiasts of line dancing, families, bachelorette parties, and more.

Nestled just steps away from the bustling main strip, Wildhorse Saloon claims the title of my favorite spot on Broadway. Boasting live country music daily, multiple bars, and a full kitchen serving delectable fare, Wildhorse Saloon offers a comprehensive Nashville experience. But what truly sets it apart is the line dancing.

This isn’t just any bar – it’s a haven for line dancing aficionados. The expansive dance floor beckons all to join in the rhythmic revelry, while hourly instructional sessions led by spirited instructors elevate the experience. From novices to seasoned dancers, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Recently, I hosted family members visiting for a baby shower, many of whom had never experienced Nashville. Eager to provide an authentic Nashville adventure, we made a beeline for Wildhorse Saloon to learn the art of line dancing. Even at 32 weeks pregnant, I found myself gleefully kicking up my boots on the dance floor, relishing the inclusive and invigorating atmosphere. From ages 13 to 76, everyone in our group reveled in the joyous camaraderie, solidifying Wildhorse Saloon as a must-visit destination on Broadway and a standout among Nashville’s finest bars.


Sadly, the bar was bought out recently by Luke Combs and they will be transforming the space in the next few months. They say that the bar will remain open throughout much of the renovations, but from my understanding the line dancing will be gone or will at least not be the main focus. The plans seem really cool, read more about the new updates if you’re interested. But if you visit before the changes begin in early 2024, be sure to hit up Wildhorse before it’s gone.

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3. The Twelve Thirty Club

The Twelve Thirty Club

Location: 550 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203

Operating Hours: Honky Tonk:

  • Fri 11am – 1am
  • Sat 10am – 1am
  • Sun 10am – 11pm

Ideal Patron: Those seeking an upscale experience.

Yearning for an escape from the bustling, crowded honky tonks? Adorn your finest attire and venture to The Twelve Thirty Club. Initially recommended by a friend, this establishment swiftly captured our hearts. While honky tonks undoubtedly have their charm, as locals, we crave diversity in our nightlife scene.

Nestled within the trendy 5th and Broad complex, owned by the illustrious Justin Timberlake, The Twelve Thirty Club stands as one of my personal favorites along Nashville’s iconic Broadway strip. This multi-level venue boasts a distinctive and refined ambiance.

Spanning three stories, each floor offers a distinct atmosphere. The ground level hosts the honky tonk area, featuring live country music performances, inviting tables, a well-stocked bar, and delectable cuisine—a refined take on the classic honky tonk experience.

However, it’s the uppermost level that truly dazzles. Upon entry, guests are greeted by a spacious room adorned with plush red velvet chairs and flickering candles—an enchanting jazz club awaits. Adjacent to this is the Supper Club, an elegant gourmet restaurant, and a rooftop bar adorned with neon lights and a resident DJ.

Every space within The Twelve Thirty Club exudes sophistication and individuality, making it the perfect destination for entertaining guests or enjoying a romantic evening out in Nashville.

4. Acme Feed and Seed

Address: Situated at 101 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37201


  • Sunday: 11am-11pm
  • Monday to Wednesday: 4:30pm-11pm
  • Thursday: 11am-11pm
  • Friday to Saturday: 11am-2am

Who this bar is perfect for: Ideal for those seeking quality drinks, delectable food, and live music minus the typical “club” ambiance.

Having resided in downtown Nashville for several years, my frequent visits to Acme Feed and Seed always made it a top contender on my list of Nashville’s finest bars along Broadway.

Acme, strategically located at the very end of Broadway near the river, offers breathtaking panoramic views encompassing the strip, the river, and Nissan Stadium. Adding to its allure, the establishment is owned by none other than the iconic country music figure, Alan Jackson.

Featuring multiple levels, each floor unveils a distinct experience. The ground floor boasts a laid-back restaurant serving authentic Southern delicacies accompanied by live music at the heart of the dining area. Ascend to the second floor and find yourself amidst a sushi bar. Despite its seemingly unconventional pairing, the sushi offerings are nothing short of exceptional. Personally, I find their fried rolls particularly delightful.

Venture further to the third floor, reserved for private events, and finally, reach the pinnacle – the rooftop bar. An ideal spot for indulging in refreshing beverages, enjoying live music, witnessing mesmerizing sunsets, and indulging in some prime people-watching. Acme truly encompasses everything one could desire in a bar experience.

Celebrity Owned Bars in Nashville on Broadway

Back in the day, “Honky Tonk Highway” was just a collection of bars along the main strip. But over the last several years, the biggest names in country music have been buying the property and plastering their names all over the neon signs. There are tons owned by artists along the strip, but here are some of the best bars in Nashville on Broadway that are owned by the celebrities themselves.

5. Kid Rock’s Big A** Honky Tonk Rock N’ Roll Steakhouse

Address: 221 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37201

Hours: 11am-3am

Who this bar is perfect for: Anyone seeking an authentic honky tonk experience.

Kid Rock’s is a local gem, adored by many in our circle of friends. Nestled in the heart of Broadway, it pulsates with the vibrant energy of Nashville’s nightlife.

Standing tall at 5 stories high, boasting 6 bars and 4 stages, Kid Rock’s promises an unforgettable musical journey. With a continuous stream of live performances, you’re guaranteed to stumble upon an artist that resonates with your soul.

While technically labeled as a steakhouse, don’t solely bank on the steak. It’s decent, but not the talk of the town. Instead, revel in the diverse stages and the electrifying ambiance. It’s these elements that make Kid Rock’s one of the prime destinations on Broadway.

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6. Jason Aldean’s Kitchen + Rooftop Bar

Location: 307 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37201

Operating Hours: Mon-Thurs 11am-2am

Fri-Sun 10am-2am

Ideal Crowd: Younger individuals seeking drinks, karaoke, dancing, and a vibrant atmosphere.

Jason Aldean’s bar stands out as the top choice among Nashville’s Broadway bars, according to my friends visiting Music City. Whether it’s the celebrity name emblazoned on the building or the bar’s own allure, it has undoubtedly garnered immense popularity.

Having frequented this establishment multiple times, I can attest to its appeal. Each visit promises lively performances by two exceptional artists or bands—one captivating the crowd on the main stage, while another enthralls audiences on the rooftop stage. Both areas boast ample space to accommodate the enthusiastic spectators.

Prepare yourself for a bit of a wait to gain entry, followed by a bustling interior where securing a spot at the bar can be a competitive endeavor due to the packed ambiance. However, if your agenda includes enjoying quality drinks, grooving to fantastic music, relishing the company of friends, and mingling with fellow patrons, Jason’s bar is undeniably the place to be.

7. Miranda Lambert’s Casa Rosa

Address: 308 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37201

Hours: Sun-Thurs 11am-2am

Fri-Sat 10am-2am

Who this bar is perfect for: Anyone seeking delectable food and sensational live music.

I must admit, I’m not exactly Miranda Lambert’s biggest fan, but Casa Rosa, her bar, completely exceeded my expectations. It almost made it onto my list of “Top Bars in Nashville on Broadway” because it’s just that impressive.

Let me start by telling you about the decor—everything is decked out in hot pink. It’s a paradise for girly-girls, and I absolutely love it. Planning a bachelorette party? Look no further, this is the ultimate spot.

The first floor and rooftop are what you’d expect from a bar on Broadway—great vibes and live music. But it’s the second floor that really steals the show. Can you believe there are celebrity-owned bars in Nashville on Broadway that serve exceptional food? Well, Casa Rosa is one of them. The restaurant on the second floor offers Tex-Mex + Cantina cuisine, and let me tell you, the food is downright delicious.

Now, I’m not claiming it’s the most authentic Mexican cuisine out there, but for Tex-Mex, it’s top-notch. During a recent visit with a large group for lunch, they seated us promptly, and everyone raved about their meals and drinks. It was an unforgettable experience, and I make it a point to return whenever I’m on the strip.

8. Dierks Bentley’s Whisky Row

Address: 400 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203

Hours: Mon-Thurs 11am-3am

Fri-Sun 10am-3am

Who this bar is perfect for: Someone looking for a fun bar and a great brunch.

Sure, there are plenty of brunch spots in Nashville, but why not elevate your experience by combining brunch with a visit to one of the lively bars on Broadway? Dierks Bentley’s Whisky Row offers an amazing brunch menu alongside refreshing drinks to kickstart your day.

Dierks Bentley’s Whisky Row isn’t just a Nashville gem; it boasts four locations across the country, including Scottsdale, AZ, Gilbert, AZ, and Denver, CO. Whether you’re a local or a traveler, indulge in a taste of country music at any of these locations. It’s the perfect way to anticipate your Nashville adventure or reminisce about the unforgettable moments you’ve had here.

9. FGL House

Address: 120 3rd Ave S, Nashville, TN 37201

Hours: Mon-Fri 11am-1am, Sat-Sun 10am-1am

Who this bar is perfect for: Someone who appreciates Florida Georgia Line’s music just as much as we do.

The FGL House stands proudly just one building off of Broadway, and it holds a special place in my heart. My husband and I are avid fans of the country duo; in fact, we danced to H.O.L.Y. for our first dance at our wedding. Yes, we’re still mourning the duo’s breakup, but let’s not dwell on that. Rest assured, this bar isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.

Nestled at the bottom of the pedestrian bridge spanning the river, it’s a prime spot for those heading over after a concert or football game at Nissan Stadium. Like its counterparts, this bar boasts multiple levels brimming with lively music, ample libations, and classic American fare. It’s undeniably one of the standout establishments on Nashville’s famed Broadway strip.

10. Johnny Cash’s Bar & BBQ

Address: 121 3rd Ave S, Nashville, TN 37201

Hours: Mon-Wed 11am-2am

Thurs-Sun 9am-2am

Who this bar is perfect for: Those who cherish the legacy of country music, or those who grew up immersed in his melodies.

Right across the street from FGL House stands another gem along Nashville’s Broadway strip: Johnny Cash’s Bar & BBQ. While the culinary offerings might not win awards, the establishment boasts fantastic live music and ample space, a refreshing departure from the cramped confines of nearby bars. After exploring the Johnny Cash museum next door, unwind at this spot for a laid-back evening filled with tunes and libations.

11. Luke’s 32 Bridge

Address: 301 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37201

Hours: Mon-Thurs 11am-2am

Fri-Sun 10am-2am

Who this bar is perfect for: Younger crowd, and those who might not enjoy country music.

Luke’s 32 Bridge stands proudly next door to Jason Aldean’s, yet it boasts a distinct allure of its own. The culinary offerings surpass expectations, with the burgers stealing the spotlight for their generous portions and delectable taste. However, the entire menu exudes a delightful uniqueness.

What sets Luke’s apart is its diverse music scene. Unlike its counterparts along Nashville’s Broadway strip, you’re not confined to country tunes here. Each floor hosts a different genre, ensuring everyone finds their rhythm. Plus, frequent DJ performances add an extra layer of excitement.

12. AJ’s Good Time Bar

Address: 421 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203

Hours: 11am-2:30am daily

Ideal Patron: Karaoke enthusiasts rejoice.

AJ’s Good Time Bar, under the ownership of the illustrious Alan Jackson (who also happens to own ACME), stands as a gem amidst the bustling Broadway scene in Nashville. Though it may be smaller in size compared to its grand counterparts, what it lacks in scale, it more than compensates with its cozy ambiance.

But wait, there’s more. Venture up to the third floor, and you’ll discover the pièce de résistance – a karaoke bar. Whether you’re belting out your favorite tunes or simply reveling in the performances of others, AJ’s Good Time Bar promises an intimate and entertaining experience not to be missed on your Broadway bar-hopping adventure in Nashville.

13. Redneck Riviera Bar & BBQ

Address: 208 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37201

Hours: Sun-Thurs 11am-3am

Fri-Sat 10am-3am

Who this bar is perfect for: Patriotic souls who cherish America, honor our military, and salute our first responders.

The Redneck Riviera, nestled on Broadway, bears the stamp of ownership by none other than Country Music sensation John Rich of Big & Rich fame (Save a Horse Ride a Cowboy, anyone?). It exudes the charm of a dive bar, but in all the most delightful ways. This establishment proudly displays its unwavering affection for our nation, our armed forces, and our frontline heroes, a refreshing sight amidst the hustle and bustle of the strip. And here’s a heartfelt gesture: Veterans are treated to a buy one, get one free offer on their initial round of drinks.

Here’s a fascinating tidbit: Upon our arrival in Nashville, I had the privilege of working for a catering company, and once, we catered an event at John Rich’s residence. It was an absolute delight. Imagine my awe when I discovered that his pool is shaped like a guitar. And yes, that’s me in the snapshot, basking on the rooftop of his magnificent abode.

14. Ole Red

Address: 300 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37201

Hours: Sun-Wed 11am-12am

Thurs-Sat 11am-2am

Who this bar is perfect for: Someone looking for a huge bar with a great rooftop.

Ole Red, helmed by none other than Blake Shelton himself, is a must-visit destination. Boasting a vast, impeccably maintained space with a modern flair, this establishment offers five floors of entertainment bliss. The crown jewel? A rooftop adorned with breathtaking views stretching along Broadway.

Be prepared for the nighttime buzz as Ole Red tends to draw a crowd, sometimes leading to a brief wait for entry. But fear not, the experience is well worth it.

With additional locations in Gatlinburg, TN, Las Vegas, NV, Orlando, FL, and Tishomingo, OK, Ole Red’s allure extends far beyond Music City. Plus, for those passing through Nashville Airport, there’s even a location conveniently nestled inside, ensuring you can savor the Ole Red experience before departing on your flight.

15. Chief’s – Coming soon.

Location: 200 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37201

Operating Hours: To be determined

Ideal Patron: Individuals seeking performances by renowned artists

Could Eric Church be unveiling Broadway’s grandest bar yet? It appears so! Chief’s is set to boast six stories, multiple stages, an abundance of beverages, and a section dedicated to ticketed events featuring highly sought-after artists. With its completion nearing, the anticipated opening is slated for late 2023.

16. Friends in Low Places – Coming Soon

Address: 411 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203

Hours: To Be Determined

Who should frequent this establishment: Enthusiastic Garth Brooks aficionados – and trust us, they’re everywhere.

Joining the lively scene on Nashville’s Broadway is none other than Garth Brooks himself, as he lends his name (or rather, his song) to the newest addition to the bar scene. Friends in Low Places will be conveniently situated just a stone’s throw away from the Bridgestone Arena and right across from the renowned Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge.

While details about the bar are still under wraps, you can bet it’ll be top-notch given Garth’s track record with other successful ventures. Originally slated for a summer 2023 debut, the opening date remains uncertain. Nonetheless, anticipation is high, and the doors are expected to swing open before you know it

The Rooftop Bars in Nashville on Broadway

The Rooftop Bars in Nashville on Broadway

Rooftop bars are fun no matter what city you’re in. But in Nashville I think they’re a little extra special. You can hear the live music wafting all around you and enjoy the glow of the neon lights below. Here’s a few of my favorite rooftop bars in Nashville.

17. The Bobby Rooftop Lounge

Location: 230 4th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37219

Operating Hours: 

  • Sunday: 10am-10pm
  • Monday to Thursday: 11am-10pm
  • Friday to Saturday: 10am-12am

Who should visit: Those seeking an exceptional rooftop experience, especially delightful during festive seasons.

Now, I may be bending the rules a tad here because, truth be told, the Bobby Hotel isn’t situated smack dab on Broadway. However, just a brief stroll up a few blocks will lead you to this gem of a hotel boasting an exhilarating rooftop bar, hence deserving its place on the list of Nashville bars along Broadway. 

Personally, I adore spending time at the Bobby Rooftop Lounge all year round, thanks to its rooftop pool and, believe it or not, a retro bus parked atop the building. But my affection for it grows even stronger during the holiday period.

Sure, Nashville might experience a nip in the air during this time, but fear not. With cozy blow-up igloos, crackling bonfires, and tantalizing spiked hot cocoa, you’ll thaw out in a jiffy. Oh, and did I mention there’s an ice rink up here too? Trust me, it’s an absolute must-visit, ranking high among the top things to do in Nashville during the holiday season.

18. Moxy Rooftop

Address: 110 3rd Ave S, Nashville, TN 37201


  • Friday: 11 AM–3 PM, 5 PM–12 AM
  • Saturday: 8 AM–2 PM, 4 PM–1 AM
  • Sunday: 8 AM–2 PM, 4–10 PM
  • Mon-Thurs: 11am–3pm, 5–10pm

Who this bar is perfect for: 

A tranquil retreat amidst the vibrant city life, yet distanced from the bustling crowds.

Nestled just a stone’s throw away from Broadway, The Moxy Hotel is discreetly situated behind the iconic honky tonks. Its Rooftop Bar exudes sophistication, surpassing the grandeur of typical bars and boasting a culinary experience beyond compare. 

From your vantage point, observe the lively scenes below as patrons revel in honky tonk fervor, all while indulging in a glass of fine wine paired with delectable surf and turf offerings.

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19. Nashville Underground

Address: 105 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37201

Hours: Sun 10am-1am

Mon-Wed 10am-12am

Thurs-Sat 10am-3am

Who this bar is perfect for: Anyone seeking unparalleled views overlooking Broadway.

Curiously named, Nashville Underground defies expectations by offering the city’s loftiest rooftop experience on Broadway. Its double-decker rooftop provides panoramic vistas of the vibrant neon lights below, setting the stage for an unforgettable evening.

Adding to its allure are the arcade games, bowling alley, and exhilarating bull riding scattered throughout the premises. With such diverse entertainment options, boredom becomes a foreign concept at Nashville Underground.

20. The Stage

Address: 412 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203

Hours: 10am-2:30am daily

Ideal patrons: Music enthusiasts craving top-tier live performances.

Nestled among the vibrant streets of Nashville, you’ll find this gem of a honky tonk, complete with an unforgettable rooftop experience. Renowned for hosting some of the city’s most sensational bands, this venue promises a musical journey like no other. Despite its popularity, The Stage maintains a lively ambiance without feeling overwhelmingly crowded, making it a go-to spot for locals and visitors alike.

With accolades from my circle of friends and its status as a beloved local haunt, The Stage earns its place on my roster of must-visit Nashville music venues. Prepare to be serenaded by consistently stellar performances that guarantee an unforgettable night out.

21. White Limozeen

Address: 101 20th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37203


  • Sun 10am-11pm
  • Mon-Wed 2pm-11pm
  • Thurs 3pm-11pm
  • Fri 3pm-12am
  • Sat 10am-12am

Who this bar is perfect for: Bachelorette parties, girly girls and Dolly Parton lovers

Okay, so let’s bend the rules a bit because the White Limozeen isn’t smack dab on Broadway; it’s just a hop away via a quick Uber ride. But trust me, it’s a gem that absolutely deserves its spot among the top bars in Nashville’s Broadway scene.

Now, picture this: a bar completely immersed in Dolly Parton’s world. Yes, you read that right. The White Limozeen doesn’t hold back on the Dolly vibes. Perched atop The Graduate Hotel, this place is a shrine to everything pink and Dollylicious. And hey, if you’re looking for a place to crash, The Graduate Hotel is your pink palace in town.

Head up to the rooftop, and you’re greeted with a sight straight out of a Dolly dream. The drinks? A perfect blend of deliciousness. And guess what? They’ve got a full menu to satisfy your cravings too. Just a heads up though: reservations are a must. Make sure to secure your spot up to 14 days in advance for the ultimate Dolly experience.

The Speakeasies in Nashville

The Speakeasies in Nashville

If you’re anything like me, you can’t pass up a speakeasy. They’re like a bar and an activity rolled into one. Plus they’re usually so gosh darn fancy I feel classy when I’m there. Nashville is home to a handful of them, and here’s the ones located on or super close to Broadway.

22. Red Phone Booth

Address: 136 Rosa L Parks Blvd, Nashville, TN 37203


  • Sun: 5pm-10:45pm
  • Mon-Wed: 4pm-11:45pm
  • Thurs: 4pm-12:45am
  • Fri: 4pm-1:45am
  • Sat: 5pm-1:45am

Who this bar is perfect for: Someone seeking an authentic 1920s-style speakeasy experience.

The Red Phone Booth stands out as perhaps the most thrilling speakeasy in Nashville. They uphold the clandestine ambiance with utmost seriousness, requiring patrons to furnish a secret code for entry. Seek the code from the concierge or embark on a treasure hunt somewhere on this page.

But heed this advice: aim to arrive as early as possible. We once attempted entry around 7pm and encountered an extensive wait time. To ensure seamless access, opt to be there at opening hours. Moreover, adherence to their strict dress code is imperative, with collared shirts mandated for men. 

Fret not if unprepared; the establishment offers sports coats for borrowing. While securing entry might demand some effort, the payoff is immense, as The Red Phone Booth reigns supreme as one of Nashville’s premier bars along Broadway.

23. Hidden Bar in the Noelle

Location: 200 4th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37219

Hours: Sun-Thurs 5pm-12am

Fri-Sat 5pm-1am

Ideal for: Visitors in town during the Fall or the holidays seeking a themed experience.

Nestled just a stone’s throw away from Broadway lies the Hidden Bar within the Noelle hotel, a destination brimming with excitement. This gem operates seasonally, opening its doors exclusively for Halloween and Christmas, adorning its space to match the festive spirit of each occasion. In 2023, expect spine-chilling thrills from September 7th to October 31st, while the dates for the yuletide celebrations are yet to be unveiled.

No secret code required, but precise entry instructions are provided. Simply follow this directive: “Enter through the Makeready L&L entrance on Church Street, and descend the stairs to step into Hidden Bar.

Given its popularity, securing a spot promptly is paramount. Arrive early to maximize your chances of swift entry, or consider booking a stay at the Noelle for seamless access.

24. One More Cocktail Club

Location: 5055 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203

Hours: Closed Sun-Thurs, Open Fri-Sat 5pm-12am

Ideal for: Those seeking a more tranquil, intimate ambiance right in the heart of Broadway’s culinary delights.

Previously, I mentioned Fifth and Broad, a bustling hub brimming with bars, restaurants, shops, and more. Nestled within this vibrant center, housing some of Nashville’s finest bars on Broadway, lies a hidden gem you might easily overlook. Amidst the delectable local eateries in the Assembly Food Hall section of the building, One More Cocktail Club awaits, resembling a speakeasy of old.

Operating solely on Friday and Saturday evenings, this clandestine establishment boasts exquisite, upscale libations that will make you feel like a true VIP. So while you explore the bustling center and indulge in the finest culinary offerings, don’t miss the chance to uncover this secret haven of sophisticated cocktails and intimate vibes.

25. Pushing Daisies

Address: 570 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203

Hours: Sun 12pm-12am

  • Mon-Tues Closed
  • Wed 5pm-12am
  • Thurs 5pm-2am
  • Fri-Sat 12pm-2am

Who this bar is perfect for: Margarita enthusiasts.

Tucked away beneath Fifth and Broad, Pushing Daisies is an underground Margarita haven, tailor-made for aficionados of tequila. There’s no secret code or elaborate instructions needed to gain entry; just head on down and indulge in an array of over 15 tantalizing Margarita concoctions. Feeling daring? Experiment with innovative flavors like pomegranate, jalapeno, or even avocado.

Amidst the allure of Broadway’s bustling scene, discovering unique bars like Pushing Daisies adds an extra layer of excitement to your Nashville adventure. Whether you’re exploring them all in one go or planning return visits, Broadway promises endless delights for Margarita enthusiasts and bar-hoppers alike.


What’s the most renowned bar in Nashville?

Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge takes the crown as Nashville’s most iconic bar. Situated on Broadway, it’s distinguished by its vibrant purple facade and holds the title of the longest-standing establishment in the area.

Which row of bars is famed in Nashville?

Broadway, affectionately dubbed the Honky Tonk Highway, reigns supreme as Nashville’s celebrated row of bars. Offering a plethora of diverse and enticing venues, from hidden speakeasies to scenic rooftop bars, it’s a must-visit destination for bar enthusiasts.

How many bars grace Broadway in Nashville?

With well over 40 bars lining its streets, Broadway is a veritable haven for nightlife aficionados. From lively spots hosting nightly live music to venues specializing in line dancing, karaoke, speakeasies, and rooftop panoramas, there’s something to suit every taste.

Which bar holds the title of Nashville’s oldest?

Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, a fixture on Broadway since 1960, proudly claims the title of Nashville’s oldest bar. Its enduring presence is a testament to its timeless appeal and enduring popularity among locals and visitors alike.

Do Nashville bars impose cover charges?

Fear not! Bars along Broadway in Nashville typically do not impose cover charges. Enjoy the electrifying live music free of charge, and if you’re particularly enamored with the performers, show your appreciation by tipping generously.

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