Wildhorse Saloon, a longtime Nashville establishment, has been entertaining guests since 1994. The restaurant, bar, and entertainment complex started off with a bang when Reba McEntire herded a stampede of cattle through the streets of Nashville to the front doors of the newly renovated building in honor of its opening day. Ever since that day, this Nashville saloon has been to go-to spot for locals and visitors alike. The establishment operates as a full-time restaurant with an award-winning menu, a hopping night club that is open till the early hours of the morning on the weekends, and a venue that is perfect for concerts. There are also nightly dancing lessons that are open to the public. Although the saloon is steeped in the country music tradition, the Wildhorse Saloon is open to all genres and plays host to a variety of bands and singers.
The Wildhorse in Nashville is often referred to as Tennessee's entertainment mecca, with three levels and 66,000 square feet for concerts, dance floors and various venues. If you want to have a good time while visiting Nashville, be sure to allot plenty of time to enjoy all that the Wildhorse Saloon has to offer. The restaurant here is known for its barbecue and fried pickles, so dig in and get a taste of what Tennessee cooking is all about. The menu features signature dishes such as ribs and Delta catfish coupled with chef specials of grilled trout and pulled pork sandwiches. No matter what you're craving, the extensive menu at this Nashville Saloon will be able to serve you something to satisfy your appetite. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through Sunday and offers a late night bar menu in case you get the munchies after the kitchen closes.
After you indulge in some good Nashville grub, head to one of the three floors for endless entertainment. The Wildhorse in Nashville offers everything from darts and billiards to full-blown concerts and dance sessions. The billiard room on the third floor features ten pool tables with complimentary play and a fully stocked bar. Each night, this unique Nashville saloon offers dancing demonstrations to patrons. For one or two hours, experienced dance instructors command the dance floor and show eager learners the hottest dance steps and trends. All are invited to participate and if you love dancing, you will fit right in with the locals.
The Wildhorse Saloon concerts also make this entertainment complex the go-to spot for those seeking a great night of entertainment. Every night there is either a different concert or event going on. The full calendar can be found month by month on the Wildhorse web site. With everything from country to hard core rock, the venue here features it all. All concerts start in the late evening and can last anywhere from one hour to three hours. You can purchase tickets online or in person at the Wildhorse box office. Tickets can be purchased for the main floor, second floor, or third floor general admission. Depending on close you want to be to the action and who is playing, prices can be steep, but they are usually budget-friendly.
The Wildhorse in Nashville is not a venue to be missed while visiting Music City, particularly if you’re interested in the history of Nashville or planning to visit destinations such as the Grand Ole Opry or the Country Music Hall of Fame. Sit back and relax while tasting true Southern cooking, sipping one of the Wildhorse's famous cocktails, and taking in a good show. Located in downtown Nashville, the entertainment mecca is easily accessible from any downtown hotel, and it’s the number one hot spot once the sun goes down.