A Look Inside: Fable Lounge

January 23, 2020 | Advertising Disclosure | Our Sponsors may be mentioned in this article.

Fable Lounge officially opened on Saturday, January 18, 2020, in Nashville’s West End neighborhood. This cocktail lounge and piano bar offers a genuine speakeasy experience unlike any other in the area. The concept took over the space previously occupied by Jed’s Sports Bar & Grille. Nashville Guru stopped by to get the look inside.


The Interior

The interior features two large floors with a mezzanine, expansive piano lounge, luxurious booths, and two full-service bars. The space was designed by co-owners Ben Powell and John Dibble.


The Exterior

Fable Lounge is situated in a historic building with a modern addition featuring an upstairs patio and a covered cigar lounge. There is free street parking and a Premier parking lot across the street. Guests can select “Fable” on the parking machine and type in the code “2121” for $6 parking.


The Menu

The menu features a variety of shareable small plates, entrees, and desserts. Through the end of February, a percentage of all small plate sales will be donated to The Nashville Food Project. The team behind the bar will be serving up some exciting cocktails like “The Last Word,” which has Death’s Door gin, Luxardo Maraschino, green chartreuse, and lime. In addition to craft cocktails, the menu also includes local brews and wine.


The Details

Whether it’s weeknight happy hour, a celebratory dinner, or a late-night bite, add Fable Lounge to your list.