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Tribe

1517 Church Street, Nashville, Tennessee United States

615-329-2912

Tribe is a "big city hot, Nashville friendly" music video bar and restaurant conveniently located on Church Street in midtown Nashville. Tribe was voted BEST MARTINI and BEST GAY/LESBIAN BAR in Nashville by CitySearch users! In the "Nashville Scene Best Of" contest, locals awarded Tribe- 1st Place: Best Bar That Makes You Feel Like You Are [more]

Cadillac Ranch/Sky Lounge

305 Broadway, Nashville, Tennessee United States

(615) 742-9078

Cadillac Ranch/Sky Lounge   Cadillac Ranch's focus is on bringing authentic, All-American cuisine to its customers in a fun, dynamic environment. Our patrons enjoy a warm, Rock N' Roll-inspired atmosphere, with plenty of room for friends, music, and dancing. Our food is freshly prepared using quality ingredients. The menu at [more]

Mai

125 12th Ave N, Nashville, Tennessee United States

615-251-1889

Mai is an upscale, but not uptight, nightlife experience. We are located in “The Gulch” in Downtown Nashville at 125 12th Avenue North (across from 12th and Porter). We want to welcome you to Nashvilles most lavish state of the art establishment. We provide you with the most up to date sound system, seductive lighting, and an attention [more]

The Cannery

1 Cannery Row, Nashville, Tennessee United States

615-251-3020

The Cannery Cannery Ballroom reside in Nashville's Historic Cannery building. Built 1883, the Cannery was originally a flour mill and later a place to grind coffee. The building earned it's name when the Dale Food company bought it in 1957 and began processing food (jams, jellies, mustard, mayonnaise, peanut butter, etc.) eventually opening a [more]

Mercy

One Cannery Row, Nashville, Tennessee United States

615-251-3020

Mercy The Mercy Lounge and Cannery Ballroom reside in Nashville's Historic Cannery building. Built 1883, the Cannery was originally a flour mill and later a place to grind coffee. The building earned it's name when the Dale Food company bought it in 1957 and began processing food (jams, jellies, mustard, mayonnaise, peanut butter, etc.) [more]