Don't let the name fool you, you can't buy buckles or boots here, but you certainly should wear them when you come. A good-looking Stetson hat wouldn't hurt either. Robert's Western World is a Nashville country music legend and its popularity has revitalized the entire Broadway area. Crowded, smoke-filled and always noisy, this traditional honky tonk offers a cramped floor for two-stepping with your sweetheart and plenty of tables to relax with the coldest beer around, but be forewarned there is no line dancing here. Its strictly 21 years and over after 10p.
The Stage on Broadway is one of the biggest hits in Downtown Nashville. This authentic country western club rocks all week long, so expect to see a crowd and line every night, but it is worth the wait. The vibe is fun and celebrity sightings are a common occurrence. Celebrity sightings include Miranda Lambert, Ricky Skaggs, Clay Walker and Jo Dee Messina.
This is "the" place to kick your spurs up in Music City. The dance floor is the largest in Nashville, and the music and dancing are virtually nonstop. If showing off your moves makes you hungry, the kitchen offers a full lunch and dinner menu and the bar serves up frosty mugs of your favorite imported and domestic brews. This place is perfect for a night out with friends, a birthday party or for "boot-scootin'" with your sweetheart.
Tin Roof is a favorite nightspot for locals who love live music. Six nights a week live tunes fill the air, while patrons enjoy their beers and cocktails from the bar. A menu filled with sandwiches and quesadillas is also available.
Lonnie's Western Room is a tiny joint with an enormous amount of country music memorabilia and dozens of autographed photos. Folks line up to express their devotion to their favorite country music artists. You see, the only live music here is provided by the patrons themselves. A small stage, a loud Karaoke system and "Garth Brooks style" headset microphones provide the perfect setting for the wannabe superstar to croon the latest hits. The weekend crowd is healthy, the beer is cold, and there is never a cover charge.
The Pinewood Social has just about everything you could want for a fun night out. The 13,000-square-foot (or 1208-square-meters) space houses outdoor swimming pools, a bowling alley, bocce ball courts, karaoke, pool tables, multiple bars, and an outstanding restaurant. Perfect for everything from a romantic dinner to a group outing, the Pinewood Social definitely has something for everyone.
A visit to House of Cards is truly an enchanting experience as it is three things in one i.e. it is a restaurant, a bar and also an entertainment venue. Located below Johnny Cash Museum, the atmosphere of this venue is mysterious, something that works in its favor. The walls of the entire premises are adorned with hand-drawn posters, which adds to the magical vibe. Enjoy gazing into the crystal ball to learn about your future. House of Cards is the perfect platform to some of the finest American magicians, which draws people to this place. Along with a vibrant menu for cocktails, House of Cards also has an extensively curated list of cigars that includes light, medium, full bodied and flavored ones. Light up one of these cigars and savor its taste.