The Sutler Saloon is named among Nashville's best happy hours by Eater Nashville. Pull up a stool and check out the Royal Crown soon.
Lesley Lassiter named The Sutler's Sweet Potato Hummus among the best appetizers in Nashville in this year's Nashville Scene "Best of Nashville." Thank you!
I’ve raved about The Sutler in the past, and now I’m here to do it again. It has quickly become one of my favorite places in town to grab a drink and bite to eat with friends in the few short months it has been open.
A while back they launched a late night menu, then a few weeks later, a lunch menu, so now there are even more opportunities to dine and new options to choose from!
Read Beth's full review here, and enter to win Lunch for Two.
We are grinning with the kind words the Nashville Scene had to say about lunch at The Sutler:
"Topped with white cheddar, charred green chilies, lettuce, onion and ancho aioli and served with some of The Sutler's amazing french fries, this [Saloon] burger should give Ray's sister restaurant across the road a run for its money."
"the other notable dish I sampled was the Hot Catfish Tacos, fried in cornmeal and served on corn tortillas with kale peanut slaw and Mississippi comeback sauce."
Read the full story.
By: Cindy Watts of the Tennessean
Florida Georgia Line is in the midst of its 2015 Anything Goes Tour that has members crisscrossing the country playing for more than 10,000 fans a night.
Earlier this month the duo — Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard — scaled things way back to play an intimate show for about 100 fans at The Sutler Saloon in Nashville to help corporate partner Mountain Dew launch its new beverage, DEWshine, a clear citrus drink that is sweetened with sugar.
“Any time we get the chance to strip it down and get in a smaller scene, it feels like home,” Kelley said. “It’s always a good time. Big or small venue, it’s all about the people and energy they bring and the energy we bring.”
Florida Georgia Line played four songs in their short set including their new single, “Sippin’ on Fire,” and “Cruise.” Footage from the mini-concert will be online in May.
The duo launched its amphitheater and arena tour earlier this year with tour support from Thomas Rhett and Frankie Ballard. Now that temperatures are warming up, the men can’t wait to take “the biggest party this summer” outside. They even added a magician to keep their audience engaged between sets.
“It’s the best tour on the road,” Hubbard said. “It’s a well-rounded energy and a well-rounded show. We take a lot of pride in that. We take pride in making sure our fans are super entertained the whole time.”
The Sutler was recently featured in a great Nashville Scene article taking us through the many stages of a relationship, with the help of food and beverages. Check out where The Sutler ranks...
The Nashville Scene recommends The Sutler as a great spot to grab late night eats - and hear live music! Read the full story.
Our very own Chef Nick Seabergh was featured on WSMV Channel 4's More at Midday show. Nick shows viewers how to make his delicious Sutler Queso Spread which features fire roasted green chilies, sweetwater buttermilk cheddar, kenny's gouda and belle chèvre, with spiced peanuts and saltine crackers. Check out the segment here, and stop in to take a taste for yourself soon!
The Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. announced today the venues for the 2015 Tin Pan South, the world's largest songwriter festival. Last year's event brought more than 9,000 fans to Nashville for 92 shows from 350 songwriters at 10 venues over the course of 5 days. Dedicated to songs and those that write them, Tin Pan South is an annual event in Music City where fans get a unique, up-close-and-personal experience with the music they love. The music is spread out across the city with showcases each night at various venues.
The talented artists that penned your favorite songs tell the stories behind those songs, and perform them in their original form. Nowhere else in the world can you hear so much original music in one place. With the immense creativity living and working in Music City, Nashville is the natural home to Tin Pan South. The music is inspired here, created here, recorded and performed here. Tin Pan South in Music City is the ultimate musical experience - in its most raw and original form. Don't miss being a part it.
The Sutler is proud to be one of this year's venues. Read the full story here.
We are honored and humbled to have recently received such an amazing StyleBlueprint feature. The Sutler: Back and Better Than Ever not only pays homage to our restaurant's history, but also takes readers on a delicious tour of our new menu that features a tip of the hat to original Sutler items, as well as new Southern creations from our very own Chef Nick Seabergh. We hope that if you have not had a chance to visit the new Sutler Saloon, that the words of Kay West will inspire you to stop by.
2600 8th Ave S, Ste. 109, Nashville, TN 37204
Located in The Melrose
The Sutler Saloon Hours
Monday - Wednesday: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm
Thursday - Friday: 11:00 am to 1:00 am
Saturday: 10:00 am to 1:00 am
Sunday: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
(Brunch Saturday & Sunday 10:00 am to 3:00 pm)
Serving the full menu until close.
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