Nashville has no shortage of alcoholic offerings, but sometimes you’re looking for something slightly classier than a draft beer or glass of frosé. Whether it’s a first date, college graduation, or anniversary celebration, a special occasion deserves a speciality cocktail. Here are Nashville’s best places for cocktails. As reported by real money casino online.
1. The Fox Bar & Cocktail Club
This excellent East Nashville bar showcases an Art Deco-style interior alongside cocktails curated by veteran barman Will Benedetto. Cocktails clock in at $12 to $15 each — with options ranging from light and refreshing to high octane and boozy. The monthly old-fashioned is always a good call, here. To eat, there’s vegan charcuterie, hot chicken hummus, and Old Bay-dusted popcorn.
2. Pearl Diver
East Nashville’s first laid-back island lounge might be housed in a former garage, but it’s nearly impossible to tell that when stepping inside the highly detailed, brightly decorated space with plenty of patio seating. Patrons are abuzz about Pearl Diver’s tropical bites and island libations, from classic daiquiri and Paloma pitchers to coconut shrimp and hot Cuban sandwiches.
The tropical lounge from Barista Parlor’s Andy Mumma, Isle of Printing founder Bryce McCloud, and longtime Husk Nashville bar manager Mike Wolf brings the East side a unique Jetsons-meets-Polynesia aesthetic. The cocktail list riffs off of tiki classics — like the mai tai and Singapore sling — while using fresh juices, spices, and generous pours of rum. Small bar snacks are available nightly — plus weekend brunch appearances featuring birria and more from Julio Hernandez’ popular Maiz de la Vida food truck. Want to know more about drinks, cocktail,s and online games, uk online casino games
4. Willie B’s Kitchen & Lounge
Feast on fried crawfish tails and Voodoo pasta while sipping on bar manager Derrick Diggs’ whiskey cocktails and carafes of mimosas at the self-described “Creole seafood social restaurant and lounge” named after owner Christopher Jones’ grandmother who inspired his passion for food at a young age.
This New York City cocktail stalwart opened an outpost in East Nashville a few years ago, and partners Sam Ross, Michael McIlroy, and Nashville managing partner Brandon Bramhall remain true to the original. Knock on the door to be seated, answer a short round of questions, then wait while the bartender creates something tailored just for your palate. Want to know more about weather reports and online games, https://www.cinemacasino.com/casino-games/
6. Mother’s Ruin
Nashville landed the first outpost of the NY-based bar, named as a nod to the mid-eighteenth century nickname for gin. But non-gin enthusiasts can breathe a sigh of relief because they’re pouring much more than just gin here. To eat, find fabulous Old Bay waffle fries, green chile queso, and oreo bombs to pair with the slushy du jour among plenty of other rotating cocktails.
7. Geist Bar + Restaurant
This storied brick-clad building was originally built in 1886, but it took a massive hit with the March 2020 tornado. Luckily Geist’s story doesn’t end here — it has risen again with the same breathtaking interior and solid cocktails from Freddy Schwenk, plus Nashville’s only year-round champagne garden for outdoor seating.