Going to spend your bachelorette bash in Nashville for Thanksgiving, but worried you won't find a bar to take the party to? We contacted several bars in the downtown area to see which ones are open and when, and came up with this top 6 list of spots worth checking out. Always double check that they are open, as hours can sometimes change quickly when it comes to the holidays. Better to be safe than huddling in the cold wondering "what now?".
One of the best parts about having a bachelorette party in Nashville is that you have a pick of amazing bars located downtown. This year, there’s a new restaurant/bar combo climbing the ranks, the FGL House. Started up by the country-pop duo, Brian Kelly and Tyler Hubbard, this multi-level bar has quickly become a hot spot for Nashville natives and tourists alike.
There are four levels, each one with its own full bar. Bachelorette parties get in free, however there are no reservation options so plan accordingly. There are two middle “main floors” as well as a rooftop bar and a basement lounge. Live music is featured daily on each of the levels.
If your group is driving instead of taking an Uber, check to see if the Nissan Stadium has any events. If not, parking is free and you're welcome to walk over the pedestrian bridge that starts in the lot. As you come to the end of the bridge, you'll see the FGL House situated to your right and if you turn that direction at the end, you'll find yourself near the entrance.
Floors 2 & 3
The first level you walk into, plus the one above it are all ages until 10pm everyday and within their walls you will find a menu serving a variety of food and drink, including a Sundaze brunch if you happen in on a Sunday at 10am
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