Great little place midtown. Mexican food driven - although there is a decent burger on the menu. Dive bar ambiance. Darts, outdoor patio - very cool place to hang out. Wall of taps - must be 50+. This place needs maintenance and cleaning - the draft beers usually taste like 2 or 3 different beers mixed together because the lines aren’t cleaned often enough. Good place to grab something greasy and a buzz midday
This has the biggest tap list on the strip inn Nashville. Over 70 taps with lots of local beers highlighted. It feels like the rest of the bars here but with a longer bar and more beer. They have food but i didn't eat. It's worth a stop while you cruise Broadway.
Tourist heavy place on a prime position on Broadway. It’s a large open space with the long bar against the left-hand wall. The tap selection is extensive, 70 according to the sign, with the impressively long row a fine bit of sight-seeing on its own before you’ve event tried something. If for some reason this doesn’t float your boat, bottle selections are available here and at the the other bars located in the venue. There are a lot of familiar brews here though.
Large open place with a nice large bar area in the back. Nice selection of beers to choose from. No flights. We were there about 2pm. Not loud or much of a crowd. I couldn’t connect to the wifi. TV’s on but not up. Pretty nice place during a weekday.
This is a large, wide-open bar with plenty of TVs and bar games. The selection is solid, and they almost always have something special that you won’t find anywhere else. The bar staff does a good job of helping people who care about beer while dealing with the BMC crowd which inhabits this area. I have never eaten here, but it is standard bar food to my knowledge. I wish that they didn’t allow smoking.
This place is different from the downtown location. It is more open with a patio and large open entrances. The clientele seems a little older here. I got great service and the beer was a decent price. Selection is pretty good. They had a variety of Stone taps and plenty of local stuff too. I had a glass of The Incredible Hop and it tasted pretty fresh. The vibe is neighborhood bar bustling with locals mostly drinking liquor or macros. Lots of TV’s and classic rock on the jukebox.
Was there on a very rainy day, so it was not very crowded.
Service was very good. Did’nt try the food, so can’t comment. Tap selection is about as good as I’ve seen and had 2 or 3 very good beers. Had one that had a very peach taste that was very unique, but can’t remember the name.
We live about 5 hours from Nashville, but daughter lives in Paducah, so we can dart down there in about 2 hours when we are visiting. Love the downtown area of Nashville.