A Look Inside: Kung Fu Saloon

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Kung Fu Saloon, a Texas-based vintage arcade and sports bar, officially opened on Thursday, December 15, 2016 in the Midtown neighborhood next to Rebar at 1921 Division Street. Kung Fu Saloon is known for mixing a bar environment with fun entertainment like arcade games, shuffleboard, foosball, Skee Ball, board games, yard games, and private karaoke rooms. Nashville marks the fifth location for the popular watering hole, and the first location outside of Texas. Nashville Guru got a look inside the new space.

The Interior

Kung Fu Saloon’s interior features a central bar with approximately 25 seats. Tables and chairs are spread throughout, and TVs line the walls¬†for watching sports.¬†There’s a¬†wide variety of entertainment, including 20 vintage arcade games like Galaga, Golden Tee and Ms. Pacman, as well as hands-on games like¬†shuffleboard, foosball, Skee Ball (free to play), giant Jenga, giant Connect Four, and board games. If that’s not enough, there are also two private karaoke rooms.¬†Needless to say, this made the Guru’s¬†bars with games list.

The Exterior

The exterior patio at Kung Fu Saloon is massive, and features an assortment of seating, ping pong, heaters and an outdoor bar.

The Menu

Kung Fu Saloon has 24 beers¬†on draft and a full menu of Asian-inspired American cuisine. Menu items include options like cheeseburger egg rolls, “Nashville Ninja” hot chicken wings, burgers, flatbreads, salads and tacos. There’s even a sake bomb menu to kick things up a notch. View the menus.¬†

The Details

For a fun-filled night in Nashville, Kung Fu Saloon should be on your agenda.

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