As the streets in downtown Nashville fill with fans to watch the Predators game on Broadway, you might consider watching the game from above at some of these rooftop bars in Nashville. You can still see and hear what’s happening but not be in the crowds.
5. Tootsie’s Lounge
This famous honky tonk on Broadway faces Bridgestone Arena. There are three stages for live music and a rooftop bar that gives an incredible bird’s eye view of Broadway. You can’t miss the orchid colored building which has launched many country music careers.
4. Acme Feed & Seed
At the other end of Broadway sits Acme Fee & Seed where you can not only see down Broadway but you also have an incredible view of the Cumberland River with Nissan Stadium in the background. You can bring your food from the first floor up to the roof and enjoy the handcrafted cocktails.
3. Mellow Mushroom
Mellow Mushroom has just opened a new location on Broadway. If you are familiar with the Franklin location, you can expect the same great pizza but check out this view. You are almost eye-level with the Bridgestone Arena logo.
2. The Valentine Nashville
This four-story upscale bar opened in 2016 with an expansive rooftop patio. On their website, they state, “Travel back in time with us to the 1920’s and 30’s prohibition era and experience something like Nashville has never seen.”
1. The Stage on Broadway
Another famous spot to visit on Broadway with a painting that hangs over the door which first belonged to Waylon Jennings. This spot is known for some of the best live music where Montgomery Gentry and Toby Keith are said to have once performed here. And don’t miss the rooftop views.