Where is the Best Singles Scene in Nashville, Tennessee?
Compared to most other cities most of the clubs in Nashville are pretty crappy. Graham is no exception. Know that in terms of the staff (whether they are good/bad, attractive/not attractive, etc) it changes greatly from year to year. Graham was my preferred choice of club in Nashville in 2004, it wasn’t a great club but I could at least go and have a good time. The staff was skilled and attractive and the club goers were for the most part well dressed, behaved and attractive themselves. It has considerably gone downhill since then. I love that they have several different levels with different themes, but this place is in desperate need of a complete makeover!!!!!! It looks the same as it probably did in the 90s, but more run down! No dance club should have carpeting, especially here where there’s a haze of smoke from all the cigarette and cigar smoke. The last time I went to Graham (sometime early 2007) the crowd was horrible. Way too many guys, in comparison to girls (not good for bus
I actually live in Nashville and just stayed here for the sake of having a romantic night away from home. Therefore, I can say that maybe for a simple solo business trip this might not be the best choice. However, if all you want is a luxurious weekend and have the ability to splurge a little bit then this is an excellent choice! The staff is very accomodating. I made a special request on an online form and received multiple emails from the concierge about it beforehand. The bathtub is a great size and you can watch tv while relaxing which I really enjoyed. They offer a few different pillow selections- including buckwheat which you don’t see very many places. The room was very large and included a small sitting area. There was a problem with the TVs which isn’t a huge deal to me because I have the same problem at home. The hotel has Directv box there is no Directv box in the room with the tv so the channels are strange and do not match the in-room channel guide. For the price
The Tin Roof has this laid-back atmosphere that lets you just chill… Their food is good, not just bar food but their lunches too. On a nice day you can have your lunch at the patio. Their service is alright but the bartenders are really nice and friendly. Now on Wednesdays at 10PM, you can listen to Henry and the Seahawks. The Tin Roof is a nice place to check out when you’re in Nashville.
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.
I recently relocated to Nashville, and was referred to Level 88 by a co-worker for their happy hour. I did my research and read reviews and it seemed that the census across the board was that the owner is a JACKA$$. However after patronizing the club a couple of times myself I found this to be an understatement, though the food was AWESOME and the music was GREAT the owner however is an A$$! (drop the Jack) He is rude and does not know how to treat his customers. I hope that enough people will contiue to write reviews and warn people of this mans sour attutude and pi$$ poor demeanor; maybe he will take some sort of Management 101 course and improve. I would write a review on thier website, but the account has been suspended due to NON-PAYMENT! What a sorry excuse for a businessman. He should stop walking around the club like he is the MAN and handle his business…..MAN!Pros + Food and MusicCons – THE OWNER!!!
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