Cityscape of Nashville
You Don't Want To Miss These Celebrity-Owned Nashville Bars
The Twelve Thirty Club
Restaurateur Sam Fox, in partnership with Justin Timberlake, opened this three-level restaurant and bar styled after 19th-century Art Deco supper clubs.
Each floor offers its own entertainment, foods, and drinks. Some food offerings include burgers, tacos, seafood, steakhouse favorites, hummus, and dry-rubbed wings.
Whiskey Row
Dierks Bentley, a CMA Award-winning country music singer and songwriter, brought his Scottsdale, Arizona-based bar and restaurant to Nashville in 2018.
This American gastropub features two stories of food, drinks, music, and the tallest rooftop bar in Nashville. Food offerings include wings, sliders, and mac and cheese.
Kid Rock's Steakhouse
Country rocker Kid Rock opened his Honky Tonk and Rock 'n' Roll Steakhouse with Al Ross and Steve Smith, the brains behind other popular bars, in 2018.
This bar spans four live music stages — including the two-story main stage — six bars spread across four floors, and a fifth-story rooftop bar with killer views of Nashville.
For drinks, you'll have your choice of local beers and cocktails. If you’re looking for a good meal, the offerings are a combination of steakhouse fare and sports bar entrees.
Ole Red
Country music superstar Blake Sheldon owns this Nashville bar and restaurant, and it’s the place to go if you're looking to get up close to upcoming country talent.
The venue features live music daily from open to close, with four or more performances every day. For food, there’s the delicious Redneck Nachos, Blue Tick Burger, and more.
AJ's Good Time Bar
Classic country legend Alan Jackson opened AJ's Good Time Bar in 2016. AJ's boasts four floors of live music, bars, and Alan Jackson memorabilia.