Rooftop Bars Nashville
11 best rooftop bars in Nashville
Nicknamed 'Music City', Nashville is somewhat the music-mecca in United States, and the entertainment scene is fantastic. This results in a wide range of vibrant bars, and in recent years also an ever-growing array of great Nashville rooftop bars. Cause the cocktails taste better, and the music sounds better, with a view!
This complete guide will help you find the very best rooftop bars Nashville, from Downton to the The Gulch. Packed with all info you need about each rooftop: opening hours, dress code, pictures, locations and much more. Elevate your honky-tonk or enjoy crafted cocktails sky-high, there is a roof terrace for every occasion.
So, which is the best rooftop bar Nashville? Just scroll down and find the Nashville rooftop bar best suited for you.
About the author
This guide was made by The Rooftop Guide, the world's leading experts on rooftop bars. With over 800 rooftops visited over the last five years, we keep you up to date in the ever growing universe of rooftop venues.
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Rooftop bar Nashville
Prime season: Mars-Oct
Residents: 1,8 million
Climate: Humid subtropical
The climate is humid subtropical, which means short and mild winters along with warm and long summers. Perfect for those who likes to visit the rooftop bars located here.
Which are the best rooftops in Nashville? You can find some really good rooftop bars here in Nashville. Many of them inspired by music and also with cool skyline views.
The food and drinks served are often in an classic American way, which goes perfect with the lively atmosphere and music inspired feeling. If you like music and American food, any of the rooftop bars in Nashville will be a perfect spot to visit.
Nashville is the largest city in Tennessee and also the capital of the state. The population in the metropolitan area is 1,8 million. The city is located in the north central part near the Cumberland River. Nashville is of course most famous for its music, but also for the healthcare, publishing, banking and transportation. The nick name “Music city, U.S.A.” comes from the large country music industry.