A Neighborhood in Nashville
Landmark watering hole with neon signs, vintage decor, live-music nights & pool tables. Springwater is the oldest bar serving alcohol, whether legally or illegally, in Tennessee (it was a speak-easy during prohibition). It was open and serving patrons during the Tennessee Centennial and International Expo in 1897.
This fun and eclectic meeting place blurs the distinction between coffee house, music venue and restaurant. Known for its jovial atmosphere and laid back charm Cafe Coco is tucked within Elliston Place, Music City's "Rock Block".
Part social club, part live music and entertainment venue, Analog at Hutton Hotel invites guests for a uniquely intimate experience. Set on the grounds of Nashville’s iconic Hutton Hotel and steps from Music Row, the 5,000-square foot, 300-person venue offers high-design interiors developed by Studio 11 Design, a ...
Nama is the premier sushi location. Whether you are looking to test the waters with your first sushi experience as many have since our opening, looking for a romantic dinner on date night, or headed out for a night with friends or family, Nama is the perfect place for you.