Where is the Best Over-30 Singles Scene in Nashville, Tennessee?
I have to own up that even though I’m a regular, I’ve never moved past the bar area — there’s just been no need! There’s always plenty of seating, whether I want to eat at a table, have drinks with friends, or sidle up to the bar. The beer is consistently good — the nut brown is the best — and they have an assortment of good salads and sandwiches. My one complaint is that they limit their vegetarian options at dinner time. No major loss, however, as the signature salad is more than enough on its own!Pros + great beer, plenty of seating, polite staff, good lunchCons – limited dinner options for vegetarians, no happy hour
Visiting Nashville for the first time in March this year, we had lots to see and do, amongst which included finding somewhere to play some pool. We came across Buffalo Billiards one afternoon, and found the staff very helpful in the way they explained the way things worked as far as paying for your games etc. After that initial visit, it became a regular haunt most afternoons we were Downtown. A thoroughly enjoyable experience.Pros + helpful staff, polite staff, value for money
don’t get me wrong, I like Mafiaoza’s, but it really isn’t because of the pizza. Tuesday two for one is pretty enticing. But it is hard to get excited about the pizza. two things that make great pizza to me are the crust and sauce. mafiaoza’s has great crust, but the sauce really lacks, the last couple of pizza’s I got barely had any at all. A friend ordered the buschetta and it came as a big loaf of bread with the tomatoes just poured over the top. Not really appetizing. For happy hour go to Mafiaoza’s, but for Pizza go to Angelos Picnic Pizza.
*Sadly, we had to bring back ads too. Hopefully more targeted.