The Exit on Elliston Place was a Nashville club featured in movies, books, and even Rolling Stone magazine, but it fell into ... More
The Exit on Elliston Place was a Nashville club featured in movies, books, and even Rolling Stone magazine, but it fell into disrepair. Unwilling to see the club close down, Ned Horton stepped in and took over ownership. Today Horton has rebuilt the Exit into the Exit/In and restored its reputation as a premier music venue. Hundreds of famous acts such as Billy Joel, REM, the B-52s, Johnny Cash and B.B.King have played the Exit/In; their names are painted in white on the club's black exterior walls. Across the street, find The End, a punk-flavored venue for Nashville up-and-comers, and the Gold Rush, a popular watering hole where performers from both venues sometimes can be found unwinding in the wee hours after a show.
Don't let the name fool you, you can't buy buckles or boots here, but you certainly should wear them when
you come, and a good looking Stetson hat wouldn't hurt either. Robert's Western World is a Nashville dance club ...
Revisit the excitement and anticipation of turn of the century travel at Union Station Hotel, a stunningly restored, 100 year
old railway station. This classic downtown Nashville hotel is a shining gateway to the past, perfectly blending modern convenience ...
With eight different brews, Big River Grill and Brewing Works will surely have a flavor and body to suit your
taste. From the light Sweet Magnolia to the stout and hearty Iron Horse Dark, you will find micro brewed ...