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Best Bars in Nashville

Nashville’s Bars, Pubs and Clubs, provided here are some of the best Night life around Middle Tennessee. Check out what Nashville offers while listening to the perfect country tunes to plan your night out! This isn’t just where tourists come to see the backbone of country music in Nashville, but where locals bring their friends to get a genuine feel of what the city is about: music, fun and hospitality. Its famous bars and live venues are not to be missed in downtown Nashville.

Red Door East

1010 Forrest Ave
Nashville, TN 37206
Phone number (615) 226-766

The Red Door Saloon/East is where you’ll find good times, good friends and good food. It’s where the local rub elbows with the tourists. Their motto is “If you drive your man to drink, drive him here”. It’s a friendly biker bar that you won’t be sorry you visited!

Mickey’s Tavern

2907 Gallatin Pike
Nashville, TN 37216
(615) 852-5228

No DJ’s. No karaoke. No Bands. No trivia nights.
Mickey’s Tavern is a great neighborhood dive bar where all of East Nashville’s locals are welcome to pull a chair and drink. If you’re a regular drinker, then you’re welcome at Mickey’s Tavern!

Edgefield Sports Bar & Grill

921 Woodland St
Nashville, TN 37206
(615) 228-6422

Edgefield’s has a dart board, pool table and jukebox box. Their buffalo chicken sandwich gets two thumbs up from many patrons. They have a menu outside appetizers, so their selection of sandwiches, burgers, and even meat and threes is appreciated by all. Smoking is allowed here, it’s a dive fun dive bar!

The Patterson House

1711 Division St
Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 636-7724

Patterson House is known as a speakeasy and has raised the bar. The entrance is tucked away and not even named outdoors. Drinks are phenomenal and very reasonably priced. The menu is delicious, creative, thoughtfully made and well organized. Overall a very cool atmosphere and fantastic drink spot.

Flying Saucer

111 10th Ave S
Nashville, TN 37246
(615) 259-3039

The Saucer has crazy bad for you but oh-so-delicious pretzels and sausages. They have a great beer selection. This location is adjacent to a sumptuous train station that’s turned into a hotel. This is definitely worth a view. If you are adventurous, you may join the UFO club, you will get a plate on the wall after you drink 200 DIFFERENT types of beer.




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