It’s Saturday night, and you’re looking for the best bar in town. You won’t have to look far in East Nashville because we’ve found the top-rated spots that offer great drink selections, tasty food and energetic atmospheres. Have fun, drink responsibly and buy one for that attractive person who just walked in.
This lively establishment has more than just drinks. It has a menu full of tasty items and live trivia every Thursday night. Order some wings, beer-cheese nachos or a tequila wrap and pair your food with one of the many beers or cocktails available. Be sure to check out Happy Hour Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
There’s only one reason to go to this East Nashville bar, and that’s to have a drink. Leave the cigarettes, guitars and trivia knowledge at home because there are no cliche, modern bar traditions here. Instead, play a game of darts or pool and select a song from the jukebox. But most importantly, try one of the many whiskeys from the menu. Step onto the outside deck and sip on selections from the more than 75 varieties that come from all five regions of Scotland.
An East Nashville hot spot since 2013, this bar is all about brews and burgers. All the beef and sauces are made and ground in-house. In addition to burgers, there are several appetizers and sliders on the menu. And in true Nashville style, the bar features live music several nights a week.
This locally owned sports bar has a wide selection of craft, traditional and seasonal beers – over 120 types. The beer tap wall and daily 2-for-1 drink specials are just a couple of reasons to visit this East Nashville hot spot. The fun doesn’t end as customers enjoy dartboards, pool tables and trivia every day. And of course, sports fans can catch their favorite teams on the HD televisions. Don’t forget to order dinner: choose from wings, nachos, quesadillas and sandwiches.
Longtime bartenders Jesse and Tracy Hamilton opened this East Nashville hot spot in 2010. It’s located near the Five Points area in Riverside Village. With original hardwood floors, a loft ceiling and an indoor fireplace, the 1940s-style building that houses the pub creates an intimate, inviting atmosphere. During hockey season, Nashville Predators fans enjoy watching games in the hockey room while sipping on craft beers from local and regional distributors. A large wraparound patio with tall wooden tables and cocktail tables surrounds the pub, offering a great opportunity to people watch or take in the fresh Nashville air. But the pub’s true claim to fame is its unique selection of Stuffed Pretzel Sandwiches.