3rd and Lindsley
One of Nashville’s favorite music venues & restaurants, with two different musical acts performing on any given night of the week, the bar and grill at 3rd and Lindsley always has something to intrigue your ears and satisfy your appetite. The stage is open to a mix of genres, including rock, R&B, Americana, soul, blues, and alternative bringing live music to Nashville from all over the globe.
As Ron Brice tells the story, he and his buddies were near-daily lunch patrons of a south-of downtown Mexican restaurant when one day they show up and find the place padlocked. So the affable Detroit transplant decided to buy the joint and turn it into a combination neighborhood bar, restaurant and nightclub. More than a quarter-century later, Brice has the same kitchen manager and same doorman from the opening of his 3rd and Lindsley, so named for its location on the corner of Third Avenue South and Lindsley Avenue. Musical bookings feature a combination of up-and-coming and veteran Americana, rock, country, soul and blues acts, with the regular Monday night headliners The Time Jumpers among the top draws in Music City (most definitely buy tickets in advance). A lengthy menu offers a who’s who and what’s what of rib-sticking bar food staples. Full bar.
Serving lunch and dinner until midnight daily. Happy hour 11 am-6 pm daily.
MUST EATS: Baked tater skins, chicken quesadillas, patty melt