Wildhorse Saloon

Member Rating 4 out of 5 by MilwVon on August 20, 2005

This is the hot spot in Nashville, or so they say. It is a large, multi-floor building with a big stage and dance floor. The main level (ground floor) has three bars, tables for dining, and a pool table. This is also where the stage and dance floor are. Upstairs is primarily a dining area.

The food was good and reasonably priced. I had the "two step," which was around $14.95 and too much food to consume in one sitting. It was a platter with barbeque pulled pork and barbeque sliced beef, accompanied by beans and coleslaw. A side of corn bread was also available without charge.

Early in the evening, there were several people learning to line dance. The entertainment (32 below on this night) began at 7pm and was outstanding! The cover charge was applied to those who entered once the band started. Check out their website for who's playing (www.wildhorsesaloon.com).

I enjoyed dining alone, listening to some great music and people-watching! Of course, a souvenir t-shirt was in order at the end of the night!
Wildhorse Saloon
120 2nd Ave. North
Nashville, Tennessee, 37201
(615) 902-8200


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