Music City Tippler just opened in the Midtown area of Nashville, Tennessee. Located inside the Adelicia condo building, Music City Tippler is tucked away in the back of the building with a nonchalant, ordinary entrance. However, once you enter the gem of a space, you’re immediately intrigued by all the architecture, different rooms, and intricate details.
As you walk into the main dining area, you’ll see low, pre-set dinner tables for two or four people. Right after that, you’re drawn to the huge bar with tons of bar stools and standing space. Past the main bar, there are stairs to go down or up. If you go downstairs, you enter a darker, lounge-like area with red velvet couches, another bar, and a stage. When you go upstairs, you enter a more private section fit for special occasions.
With the black and white tile floor in the bar, the red velvet couches in the “lounge,” the wooden ceiling tiles, and the massive chandeliers in the dining area, the design details of Music City Tippler are remarkable. It has a speakeasy feel sans the dark, non-windowed atmosphere. There are huge windows allowing for light and a good view of South Street. It really doesn’t compare to anything else in Nashville, which is refreshing.
Address: 1922 Adelicia Street, Nashville, TN 37212
Parking: Complimentary Valet & Street Parking
Patio / Outdoor Seating: Yes
- Monday: 4:00pm – close
- Tuesday: 4:00pm – close
- Wednesday: 4:00pm – close
- Thursday: 4:00pm – close
- Friday: 4:00pm – close
- Saturday: 4:00pm – close
- Sunday: closed
The kitchen will serve food until 10pm, and the bar will remain open until late night patrons are sparse. Although they are currently closed on Sunday, there are rumors of Sunday brunch in the works.