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A town with a Story

Downtown Nashville

From the early 1930s into the 60s and 70s, downtown Nashville was the place to be for shopping, accommodations and entertainment. With curious attractions like Harvey’s Department Store, the veritable who’s who of patrons to the historic Maxwell House Hotel, and the always-hopping Printer’s Alley nightlife, downtown played host to many unique and authentic Nashville experiences.

Stateside Kitchen

Imaginative yet focused, Stateside Kitchen showcases seasonal cuisine in an intelligent setting. Helmed by Executive Chef Michael Kopfman and his collective of Hillstone Restaurant Group alumni, the brasserie-style restaurant focuses on fresh flavors and locally sourced ingredients to comprise a menu for all palettes.

Pinewood Social

Pinewood is a place to be morning, noon, or night. Whether you’re looking to eat or to play, you’ll be happy with your decision to go here. With delicious menus for any time of the day, 6 bowling lanes, and a pool, there is no shortage of fun to be had.

Liberty Common

Conveniently located, Liberty Common offers an exceptional bar program and superbly approachable comfort fare, highlighting the best of Southern and French comfort foods. We recommend brunching at this spot!

Gray & Dudley

Paying homage to the building’s past life as the Gray & Dudley Hardware Company, the re-imagined restaurant and lounge space embraces and celebrates high and low, new and old. Adjacent museum galleries exhibiting contemporary art foster exploration over cocktails or following a meal filled with heartfelt hospitality.


Etch is a globally-inspired restaurant by award-winning chef Deb Paquette. Etch’s eclectic menu incorporates innovative dishes inspired by her favorite regions of the world to leave a lasting impression, or etch, on every diner.

Black Rabbit

Black Rabbit is a true ode to old Nashville and the storied past of the historic Printer’s Alley neighborhood in which it resides. It’s a cocktail bar and restaurant reminiscent of the early 1900’s speakeasies that permeated Printer’s Alley once upon a time in downtown Nashville.

Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse

Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouses have earned an extraordinary national reputation for delivering impeccable total dining experiences. They proudly serve nationally-acclaimed U.S.D.A. Prime Steaks and seafood & sushi alongside live nightly entertainment.

The Southern

Located in the heart of downtown Nashville’s burgeoning SoBro district, the Southern Steak & Oyster is a unique and animated eatery that offers an authentically southern adventure with a twist.

Skull’s Rainbow Room

Originally opened in 1948, Skull’s Rainbow Room is one of the most celebrated and acclaimed dining experiences in Music City. Located in Printer’s Alley, you’ll find the signature craft cocktails and an award winning dinner menu that make Skull’s famous. Skull’s also showcases a late night burlesque show several nights a week.

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