Pinewood Social Founders Bring Fun Bar to New Sounds Stadium

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If you’re already excited to check out the new Nashville Sounds baseball stadium that opens this month, here’s one more reason — The Band Box. The Band Box is a 4,000 square-foot outdoor bar and restaurant with ping pong, cornhole, table hockey, shuffleboard, and televisions. Throwback Thursdays just got a little more fun. 

Since Stratgic Hospitality (who brought us Pinewood Social, Catbird Seat, Patterson House, Paradise Park, Merchants, and Aerial) is behind The Band Box, we’re pretty sure it’s going to be well-executed.

“There is so much positive growth and energy in this city right now and we are honored to be a part of it,” said Max Goldberg, co-owner of Strategic Hospitality. “The Band Box will be a fun, laid-back area within First Tennessee Park where guests can get a really great drink and some food and just hang out and enjoy. We grew up with the Sounds and couldn’t be happier to be a part of the team.”

The Band Box food and drink menu is a little more in-depth than your typical ballpark hotdog and Budlight. The bar will offer local and craft beer, a variety of liquor, and frozen drinks like grapefruit & vodka slushies.

The food menu will include items like:

  • vegetables and hummus
  • jalapeno fritters with derby sauce
  • kielbasa pork sausage from Porter Road Butcher served with carrot cumin slaw
  • smoked pork nachos, served with jalapeno “queso” sweet corn and tomato pico de gallo, BBQ, and cilantro crema
  • quinoa chopped salad with vegetables and citrus vinaigrette

The Band Box is open during all home games, including 90 minutes before the game starts.  You can also hangout after the game ends. Some ticketed seats will offer ordering service from The Band Box, too.

Make sure to check out the Nashville Sounds schedule! 

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