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The most authentic blues bar this side of Chicago is located in the 3rd Avenue office complex and strip mall. Wednesday night's feature house band, The Wooten Brothers, comprised of the insanely talented Victor Wooten (of Bela Fleck and the Flecktones) and his two brothers. The live music has another added benefit. Lines at the bar are very short, as everyone is near the stage listening to the tunes! Food is typical bar fare but still quite good. The burgers are excellent.
The Broadway Brewhouse & Mojo is Louisiana Cajun-style cooking in a casual environment, served up with the largest selection of beer in town, making this establishment a popular nightspot. Jambalaya and gumbo are never short on heat and are always chock full of crawfish, unlike some of the other so called Cajun eateries around town. Lovers of Southwestern food will be thrilled to find tortilla dishes loaded with rice and beans, rich sauces and hearty spices.
In the mood to gorge on delicious food and wash it down with great beer? Visit the 12 South Taproom & Grill. Starters like herbed chicken wings or spicy shrimp and pita will whet your appetite. Healthy salads are also served. If you're in the mood for even more, grab one of their special burgers or 'veggie suprema sandwich'. They also have a large selection of Mexican specialties like tacos, burritos and quesadillas. Complete the meal with a delicious dessert. Be it Miller Lite or Sweetwater, they stock extensive varieties of beer.
The Pharmacy Burger Parlor & Beer Garden combines the feeling of an old-fashioned drug store soda shop with some pretty amazing German-American fare. For a good price, customers can get a variety of different import beers on tap, a delicious milkshake and their choice from a great selection of burgers and brats with thick-cut fries on the side. The beer garden at the Pharmacy offers two levels of seating and a nostalgic longing for a trip across the pond. A stop at this Nashville hot spot is well worth the time for any local or visitor to Music City. -Lynn-nore Chittom