Venue :
Tootsies
Honky Tonk Central
Rippy's
Date :
Time : &
Budget : $
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Food :
Full Meal Buffet Appetizer Buffet
Both None
Bar :
Open (price to be determined)

Entertainment : Yes No
Full Band Acoustic Trio
Acoustic Duo None
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Your private party is not reserved until we receive your deposit. Dates and venue reservations are on a first come, first served basis.

Airport restaurants where you can eat like a local
We're really excited that our location at BNA is featured in Boston Globe. See the full story here!
In 1960, a comic country singer named Tootsie Bess bought a Nashville bar formerly known as Mom’s adjacent to the Ryman Auditorium. Tootsie quickly became a mama figure herself to the hard-living songwriters such as Willie Nelson and Roger Miller who frequented the joint. The airport franchise is covered in framed publicity shots of country stars, just like Tootsie’s original Wall of Fame. These walls are, of course, painted orchid.


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