Venue :
Tootsies
Honky Tonk Central
Rippy's
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Full Meal Buffet Appetizer Buffet
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Full Band Acoustic Trio
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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.

Tootsie's changed downtown Nashville's tune
Thanks to USA today for the great article about our contribution to downtown Nashville! See the full story here! 

NASHVILLE — When this city wanted to clean up downtown more than two decades ago, it looked to honky-tonks to lead the way.

In 1992, Lower Broadway was a sea of pornography shops, peep shows and handsome old buildings sitting vacant.

That’s when Steve Smith bought venerable honky-tonk and country music hangout Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, whose back door was across the alley from Ryman Auditorium. Smith gave the bar critical repairs and restoration and then watched as Tootsie’s helped reform Lower Broadway, along with the city's convention center and Bridgestone Arena, into a world-renowned tourist district.



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