Nashville Drinks, and Drinks

If you haven’t already heard, GQ magazine nominated Nashville as a Top 10 Drinking City in their September issue. We’re right up there with New Orleans, NYC, San Fran, Chicago, Austin, Denver, Portland (ME and OR), and Salt Lake City. The article accompanying the Top 10 list highlights several of my favorite Nashville watering holes – click here to see if the writer dropped in on yours while touring our beloved city.

Now that we’ve been recognized for this achievement, we should probably keep up the good work, don’t you think? Here are a few ideas for tonight:

Aloft Hotel‘s 1 year Birthday Bash
7109 South Springs Drive
Franklin, TN 37067

wine, beer, unique snacks & elixirs
food provided by Blue Coast Burrito, A Dream Come True Catering, & Gigi’s Cupcakes

An event for a good cause:

Mercy Lounge – Rock & Roll Circus
1 Cannery Row
Nashville, TN 37203

8:30 p.m.
$7 and $10 at the door
an evening of magic, music, and circus performances
benefits Food Security Partners

Looking for something completely new? You’re in luck, because Whiskey Kitchen is now open for business!

Whiskey Kitchen
118 12th Ave S
Nashville, TN 37246

Photo Credit: “There’s no drinking after your dead” by ragazzo chiamato Bi