Fat Bottom Opens Feb. 25 in The Nations

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Fat Bottom Brewing Company’s new location in The Nations is opening Saturday, February 25, 2017. Fat Bottom, which opened in East Nashville in 2011, outgrew the original location, encouraging the significant move to West Nashville. The new 33,000-square-foot space is expected to take the business to new levels.


Features

  • The brewery and a quality control lab
  • The HopYard, a full-service restaurant and taproom. The HopYard will be an all-day hangout spot where people can sip happy hour drinks, work in the afternoon, or chat over dinner. There will also be full bar with 20 beers on tap and an extensive menu of shareable plates. See the menu. 
  • The Reserve, a private event space with seating for 150 to 200 people.
  • The Nations’ Tiniest Beer Store, a beer filling station.

Get more details about Fat Bottom.


The Interior (Renderings)


The Exterior (Rendering)


The Menu

Fat Bottom’s food menu includes shareable options like soft pretzels, beer mac & cheese, and Ida’s onion rings along with larger plates like the Fat Bottom Burger and chicken & waffles. There are also a couple salad options. Brunch will be available Saturdays and Sunday from 10am to 1pm. See the full Hop Yard menu. 

Current happy hour specials include 2-for-1 on select draft beers, $1 off cocktails and wine, and $5 select shareables from 4pm to 7pm. These specials are subject to change, so call ahead to confirm.


The Details

  • Neighborhood: The Nations
  • Address: 800 44th Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37209 (Map)
  • Phone: (615) 678-5715
  • Hours:
    Monday – Thursday: 4pm to Midnight
    Friday: 11am – Midnight
    Saturday: 10am – Midnight (brunch served 10am – 1pm)
    Sunday: 10am – 10pm (brunch served 10am – 1pm)
  • Official Website
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