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kketch wrote about Cragnackers
I went here one night hoping to find a local bar with a semi-respectable scene. Not to be had here. It's your typical smoky, redneck biker bar with a loud classic-rock band. Maybe I'm a snob but that's just not my scene. Still hoping something ever-so-slightly upscale will open in this neck of the woods but I won't hold my breath.
The future of boozin' in Nastyville is 308. A casual first glance may link the tufted leather booths, low-wattage light-bulbs, and lemon tree illuminated atrium with other heritage meets sleek + zen establishments around town. But the discerning eye will recognize right away accessible cocktail couture. Details like mutually hospitable handbag and coat hangers underneath the iridescent bar make customers cozy. Statements like 70's spectrum ceiling paint, magnified checkered flooring, and state-of-the-art bathroom accouterments like a dyson airblade create a habitat fit for drinkers of all generations. Did I mention that the music is both devilish and danceable too? (And yes, there's dancing.) Yet atmosphere isn't the sum total of 308. And the bar even adds up to more than its remarkable drinks and food . Best of all, romance, family (half the staff is related), and friendship are in abundant supply behind and beyond the counter. More simply put, Ben and Alexis and Co. got nuthin' but luv for you. So indulge in Music City's warmest venue for fancy cocktails as well as shooters and just plain ol' beer. If you dare, take a 'Leap of Faith' - maybe ask for 'full yolk' too. And keep coming back for more. There's a reason the last number resembles the mathematical sign for infinity.
doredave commented on 5 to Try: Hot female bartenders
Ok those are all pretty ladies, but there is no way that you could have visited joes in green hills on Wed. Not only is "Jenna' the hottest bartender in nashville, but i would rank her as the hottest period. I am so sure of this that i challenge anyone to visit her, and if you dont agree i will buy you a brew.
MRvip commented on Rain Ultra Lounge
This CLUB WAS GREAT I HAVE NEVER GONE TO ANY EVENT IN NASHVILLE WHERE I FELT LIKE I WAS NOT IN NASHVILLE TIL I WENT HERE ! If you travel or are not from Nashville but you have expensive taste you will def. like this club. I love it reminds me of love in DC or Velvegt Room in ATL
none of the above. It's the music, energy, and talent of our own DJ Cliffy D that can make all the difference to going to a bar, nightclub. He has the experience of working the Nashville scene for 10 years now. He has built up his own local fan base from Memphis to University of Western Ky, to Knoxville. He has entertained with and for many celebs himself, and when you go out at night with him clubbing, you feel like you are with a celeb your self. Watch out Nashville, DJ Cliffy D is taking over.
AmyBa8 commented on Inside: Rumours East
Went to Rumours with my husband and had a wonderful time. Our night out come far and few between, so we most of the time go to Woody's Steak House, but this night we ate a little lighter. The wine list is awesome and our bartender was great. We ordered the beet salad and crab cakes both were very good.
jeffm333 commented on Upscale lounge to open in old Lot 7 space
I've had a peek inside and was excited to see all the extensive work they are doing - the VIP area is going to be the best addition. This is going to be a great venue - it will not simply be a "Lot 7 re-opened". It will undoubtedly be the replacement (and improvement) for those missing Layla and Bar 23. It will certainly be the best up-scale 2009 hot-spot available to Nashville socialites.
Ya know i haven't been in there for a while and I was blown away by the staff and all of the improvements they have made it looks nothing like it does from the street this place is pretty big once you get in to the main performance and dinning room.They are definitely on to something really kool.This has got to be the best kept secret in town and what a large well lit stage to see a show in town.The sound guy told me he was mixing in 5.1and they were the only place in this country that had such a system I go there on a regular bases now i live on Fatherland and the staff has been really great.l.A really big change from a year ago also the entire place breathes life now and bathrooms were spotless and fresh smelling.They added new booths and thats where I sit.They have a new chef who had a Restaurant on Fatherland called the place his name is Dwight. Randy Pittman: East sider and now a regular at the place
pricelessassets commented on The scoop on Bar Twenty3
been there once on a wednesday - i guess it was okay. except for the fact that the bartenders absolutely sucked. either that, or they are just waaaay under-staffed. we waited for 25 min., three different times, for any one of the bartender's to even look our way. they dont even aknowledge you at all, very rude about it. we eventually sat at a booth with some peeps, and sevice was a little better through the waitress, but still a little lengthy. atmosphere was okay, but definitely not worth the 'emmense waiting time' for drinks.
Trendsetter commented on The scoop on Bar Twenty3
Yeah, 23 is okay, but didn't some guys get shot there a few weeks ago? I also heard that the bouncer who let them in was subsequently fired because he, like the alleged assailants, was a black man. Whoever wrote this article must not frequent the club, for Prince is not considered "ghetto booty music".