909 1/2 Church Street Across Ninth Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 +1 615 255 4331
Club Excess Orbit is an amazing nightclub, located in downtown Nashville. This alcohol free nightclub has a fantastic ambience and brilliant interiors, supported by an excellent sound and lighting system. Famous DJs spin hit tracks, that the crowds enjoy till the wee hours of morning. Although there aren't alcoholic drinks available, there is still a pretty decent list of juices and other non alcoholic drinks like Blow Pops that party animals could sip on. One has to be above 18 years to enter this nightclub.
1036 Jefferson Street Nashville, TN 37208 +1 615 244 9640
John Henry's is filled with remnants of Southern Jazz and fine tasting food. The menu features a number of chicken, steak and seafood entrees and to wash these down you have a wide choice of wines from the bar overlooking the dance floor. There are movie screen projectors for entertainment and dining here is a delight as one feels welcome and at home with the great service. Always being greeted and treated with a smile is a specialty at Henry's. Themed nights and jazz performances add an additional spark to the ambiance.
1001 Broadway Union Station Hotel Nashville, TN 37203 +1 615 726 1001
Located inside the Union Station Hotel, Prime 108 is named after The Bully 108, the first train to come through Union Station. Open every day, the restaurant serves contemporary American food that is local and organic. Redesigned for a more casual yet intimate fine-dining experience, Prime 108 offers early morning breakfasts, lunch, and late dinners, as well as Sunday brunch. The restaurant also has a lounge at which guests can order a wide variety of drinks and food.
Rocketown is a non-profit entertainment facility involved in bringing about a positive metamorphosis in teen culture. The facility includes a skate-park, coffee bar and concert venue. The sole vision and mission is centered around creating a healthy, safe drug-free ambiance for today's youth to enjoy skateboarding, classes and video-games. Besides volunteer work and summer internship, the organization is involved in multiple causes including teen problems, raising money for charity and awareness about global issues.
505 Deaderick Street Tennessee Performing Arts Center Nashville, TN 37243 +1 615 782 4000
The Tennessee Performing Arts Center is home to several Broadways shows, theatrical performances and the well-known Nashville Symphony Orchestra. The James K. Polk Theatre, one of its three grand venues, hosts the theatre shows. The venue is well-equipped with fantastic audio and lighting systems and an intimate setting that can hold more than 1000 guests at a time. It is also fitted with hearing devices to assist those who require it and wheelchair accessibility. Check the website for further details.
City Hall Entertainment Space consists of 10,000 square feet of pure event space. The original brick facade and huge windows characterize this venue. Providing entertainment since the 1920s, City Hall serves food and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages as well. Available for private rental and for special events, this event space has it all and can accommodate up to 1,500 people. Check out varied acts like the 'Candlebox' and 'Built to Spill'. Check their website for the event schedule and ticket prices.
1560 Gallatin Pike North Rivergate, Madison Nashville, TN 37115 +1 615 868 0477
Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
505 Deaderick Street Nashville, TN 37243 +1 615 782 4000
Located in downtown Nashville, the Tennessee Performing Arts Center is sprawled across an entire city block between 5th and 6th Avenues of Union Street. The main performance venue of the center is the Andrew Jackson Hall. This hall can seat up to 2,400 spectators and hosts a variety of Broadway shows and entertainment events. The center is the home of the Nashville Opera Association and the Nashville Ballet. It also houses the Tennessee State Museum, the James K. Polk Theater, the War Memorial Auditorium, and an education program for children.
Located in the historic Cannery building, Mercy Lounge has an interesting past. It began its journey in 1863 as a flour mill and later became a coffee grinding shop. In 1957, the Dale Company took over the building and manufactured processed food items, such as jams, peanut butter and jelly. In the early 1970s, a restaurant and theater sprang up in the building. Famous artists, such as Jimmy Cliff, Iggy Pop, Lenny Kravitz and Robin Trouer have performed at this venue. The lounge has a seating capacity of 500 and an adjacent room that has pool tables and pinball machines. The Mercy Lounge opens its doors to everyday at 8 in the evening, except on Sundays
The Sommet Center is an immense building that hosts impressive events that range from classical concerts to sports. This entertainment center has hosted the Miss Teen America Pageant, a concert by American Idol's Clay Aiken, Sarah McLachlan, Prince, and even the US 2004 Gymanstics Championships. Within the center there are meeting rooms, rehearsal halls, the Levy Restaurant, scoreboards and VIP suite facilities. Dedicated to music is the Music City Theater with excellent acoustics for a musical performance.
Voted Nashville's "Most Romantic Restaurant" in a recent local newspaper
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Named after the U.S president Andrew Johnson, this 256 seater
called Andrew Johnson Theatre, is managed by the Tennessee Performing Arts Center. The Nashville Ballet, Nashville Opera and Tennessee Repertory Theater perform here regularly. The seating is circular and ...
After the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina, Chappy's Seafood Restaurant relocated
to downtown Nashville and reopened as Chappy's on Church. This authentic New Orleans restaurant features live jazz music, an outstanding menu of Cajun and Creole delights and an atmosphere ...