We've been here twice. Great performers and live music. Kids and teens admitted until 6 pm. Wish they had something to snack on while drinking and listening to bands. Loved sitting on rooftop patio and people watching in the street below. You definitely need to visit when you come to Broadway.
Had a great time on a Saturday afternoon in March. We had a great band and there is wide variety of beers and other drinks available. Our group of 14 had a great time drinking, singing and dancing. More lively than other places; I think they get better musical acts than other places. NOTES: 1. This is a bar, not... 更多
The St Patrick's day band that played on the first floor of the bar was beyond inappropriate. The lead singer that had curly hair (around 11:45pm) made multiple off color jokes that he thought was funny. It's a real shame that we can't enjoy a vacation as a family to a city that we thought was very hospitable to everyone.
Killing some time on a business trip, I went down to Broadway/Second Avenue area & had heard about The Stage. It is to Nashville what B.B. King's is to Beale Street/Memphis. Had a cocktail at the bar while the band played "Last Dance with Mary Jane". Go! (If for no other reason than to just say you have been!)
Went here with the wife before or show at 3rd and Lindsley and enjoyed a few beers and a mixed drink while listening to live music. Good atmosphere and not as crowded as Tootsie's.
Like all places on Broadway, a huge part of how these bars are enjoyed depends on the live music. When I went, it was only mediocre and the bar staff wasn't too friendly either. I'm sure there are some good gigs that take place here, but the one I saw wasn't anything special.
Broadway was rocking on a sunny Friday just before noon. We listened briefly to the music at several other spots before we got to the Stage. The place was nearly empty but female singer who was sitting in with the band was so good we went in. Got our own drinks from the bar and had a couple of basic... 更多
This was our least favorite of all the places we visited. One of the reasons was the bar staff was the least personable and the crowd was the youngest of everyplace we went to. The band tried to get everyone into a sing a long to Billy Idol and no one new the song.... as I said very young crowd.