309 Plus Park Boulevard Nashville, TN 37217 +1 615 259 0782
The Gibson Café and Guitar Gallery is a wonderful cafe located in the city of Nashville. The cafe is one-of-a-kind that features rare and famous Gibson guitars used by guitar legends. The cafe is smoke-free and has a family friendly environment. The most famous guitar, here, is the Anniversary Les Paul that has 67 diamonds used in it and 24 carat gold accents. You get a variety of interesting drinks and coffees here, including alcoholic beverages. You can also get yourself some interesting Gibson merchandise.
Gibson Bluegrass Showcase is a great concert venue for those interested in Blues and other American genres. This fantastic venue has an atmosphere reminiscent of an old school American club with creatively done up interiors adorning this massive 30,000 feet location. The Gibson facility features tours, live music, a cafe and a retail outlet. One even finds a lot of guitar lovers drooling over the finely crafted trademark Gibson guitars, mandolins and banjos. Several famous artists including Kim Ford, Josh Graves Junior, Shelly Rann, Dixie Devils, Scott Wayne have performed here. Apart from well-known names, one will even find local bands entertaining audiences with their fresh talent.
Located just across the Grand Ole Opry and names after country music legend 'Roy Acuff' this theatre has been a very important place for the country loving people of Nashville. With a seating capacity of 1800 people and amazing audio-visual technology, this is an impressive venue. It is frequently used for shows, concerts, and other special events. The Acuff Theatre offers great entertainment and is the setting of USA Network's Nashville Star.
If you have finished your shopping bout in the Opry Mills Mall and are wondering what next to do, then visit the on-site Regal Cinema to catch the latest blockbuster, or a feature on the IMAX giant screen. Refreshments are offered, so you can sit back and relax with popcorn and a cola. Log on to the website for details on movie times and ticket prices.
While you wait for a table, have a drink at the bar and toss peanut shells on the floor. The wait at Longhorn Steakhouse is often long, but the steaks are worth it. The chef starts with a lean cut of choice beef, rubs it with Longhorn's signature spices and grills it to perfection. The succulent filet mignon, the hearty rib eye and the ever popular t-bone are all part of the culinary repertoire. The signature entree, a huge 22-ounce porterhouse steak, is beloved by serious beef lovers. Non-beef eaters can enjoy chicken and seafood dishes.
2416 Music Valley Drive Nashville, TN 37214 +1 615 885 4747
Meals go better with entertainment, and you'll get your fill of great food and fun at this clever diner and cabaret-shows feature singers and dancers from the old Opryland Theme Park. Country music, pop anthems and swing music find their way onto the playbill. Breakfast shows are staged on select days and last about an hour and a half. Dinner shows begin at 6:30pm and run the same length. Nightlife is also available for holding parties, functions and reunions.
In true Irish fashion, this bar serves a hearty brew and a lot of friendly conversation. In true American fashion, this restaurant serves enormous portions of familiar favorites. Food here is fairly common fare- sandwiches, burgers, ribs, salads and pasta. An exception or two does exist, however. Take the Monte Cristo sandwich- it's your basic club sandwich, but they deep fry it, hoagie roll and all, and serve it au jus for dipping. For dessert, there is the signature Death by Chocolate, chocolate cake with chocolate icing, chocolate ice cream and chocolate syrup.
2408 Music Valley Drive Nashville, TN 37214 +1 615 883 3866
This place is all about sports. Whether you want to talk sports, watch sports or read sports, you will feel right at home. Seats at the bar are great for hanging out, but if you are interested in watching a game you should choose a seat near one of the big screens. Standard bar fare includes sandwiches and nachos, but the pride of the Scoreboard is the barbecue ribs. Plan on staying for the entire game if you order the ribs, as the portions are huge.
2416 Music Valley Drive Suite 110 Nashville, TN 37214 +1 615 899 2474
Years ago Country Music legend Ernest Tubb began a radio show for aspiring musicians called the Midnight Jamboree. Elvis Presley performed on the show, as did Loretta Lynn. The shop sells an extensive collection of CD's and cassettes, but the real fun is at night, when up and coming country artists perform. Midnight Jamboree broadcasts live from the Texas Troubadour Theatre, attached to the Record Shop. The show is free and is broadcast on WSM-AM 650 after the Grand Ole Opry show. No booking necessary.
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