Take “The Grand Tour” of Nashville’s Best Rooftop Bars

Take “The Grand Tour” of Nashville’s Best Rooftop Bars

Kickoff your tour of Nashville’s best rooftop bars at The George Jones

The George Jones

Photo courtesy of The George Jones

In George Jones fashion, start your “Grand Tour” of Music City’s best rooftop bars at the place named after the country music icon himself—The George Jones. Named one of Nashville’s best rooftop bars by CNN and Thrillist, this rooftop bar gives you the perfect introduction of the city. While surrounded by downtown skyline, The George Jones rooftop bar gives visitors an incredible view of the city. Directly overlooking the Cumberland River, Riverfront Park, and Nissan Stadium, the views simply cannot be beat. Guests can grab drinks, enjoy a bite to eat, or dance the night away—whatever it is, there’s plenty of room on this enormous rooftop. The space offers plenty of seating, a large dancefloor, and a lengthy bar. Whether it’s day or night, The George Jones’ rooftop bar is always full of energy.

Acme Feed & Seed

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As a local favorite, Acme Feed & Seed has kept its’ streak as one of Nashville’s “hot spots” for a few years now. On their rooftop, Acme Feed & Seed departs from the eclectic vibe of their first floor and delivers an energetic atmosphere. With both local and tourist-driven traffic, visitors can enjoy drinks while taking in the views of Lower Broadway and the Cumberland River. During the daytime, this is a great spot to grab a few drinks, socialize, and just hangout. Their nighttime atmosphere is amped up when their DJs takeover as many guests choose to take their party to the dancefloor.


Photo via crazytownnashville.com

The hype of this rooftop bar isn’t necessarily what’s on the outside – their rooftop is most known for the dancing and drinks happening on the inside. After dark, the DJ ups the energy and transforms the space into a “club-like” atmosphere. After all the dancing, guests can step outside on the rooftop for a breath of fresh air and a great view of lower Broadway. The indoor space features two bars, a large stage, and huge dancefloor. Here, everyone seems to always be having a good time, and you likely will, too. A visit to Crazytown’s rooftop bar marks a true night spent out in Downtown Nashville.

FGL House

Photo via FGL House’s Instagram (@FGLhouse)

Going hand in hand with Crazytown, FGL House’s rooftop bar has a great nightlife scene. The rooftop’s multiple bars ensure that guests rarely have to wait long for drinks. On the inside of the rooftop bar, guests will hear live music during the day and a DJ at night. With strobe lights, remixes of today’s top hits, and plenty of dancing, the space truly transforms at night. The patio on FGL House’s rooftop gives a unique view of the city, especially at sunset. Come nighttime, be sure to arrive early as sometimes there’s a line to get up to the rooftop.

L27 at the Westin Nashville Hotel

Photo via L27’s Instagram (@L27lounge)

Overlook all of Music City while hanging out at the Westin Nashville Hotel’s rooftop bar, L27 Rooftop Lounge. Noted as the highest bar in the city—and perhaps the region—this large space offers cabana-style pool-side seating as well as high top tables and an indoor bar. With this view, you’ll feel like you’re on top of the world while sipping on a one of their specialty cocktails. Their bold drink selection, tasty eats, and unique architecture differentiates L27 from the typical honkytonks. But, in true Music City style, they offer live music every evening.

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