Econo Lodge North
110 Maplewood Trace
Nashville, TN 37207
Phone: (615) 262-9193
Fax: (615) 228-8030
Bars & Cafes
Turn One is a friendly dive bar that is always buzzing with something or the other. From karaoke to live music and pool to shuffleboard, and more, to keep you entertained. It is a nice place to hangout with friends over cheap drinks and bar food as well.
Located in East Nashville's Riverside Village area, Village Pub & Beer Garden is a popular community meeting spot. Whether you're here for a bite to eat, to watch the latest game or to begin your evening out, this multi-faceted pub will exceed your expectations. The wrap-around porch is open all year long, perfect for enjoying that cold pint on a brisk autumn afternoon. The fireplace, large windows and vaulted ceilings add a sense of warmth. And with cuisine like the sausage stuffed pretzel sandwich and homemade confit bruschetta, its easy to see why the locals tend to stick around.
King Of Clubs is truly the 'King' when it comes to clubs. No one can hold ground more than the King. More like an entertainment center in one, this place accommodates two clubs, a restaurant, a VIP room for the princely, a game room, an outdoor patio and a event venue that can hold around 2000 people. Weekly themed days, fabulous DJ's and awesome events keep the crowd entertained and coming back for more.
The Pharmacy Burger Parlor & Beer Garden combines the feeling of an old-fashioned drug store soda shop with some pretty amazing German-American fare. For a good price, customers can get a variety of different import beers on tap, a delicious milkshake and their choice from a great selection of burgers and brats with thick-cut fries on the side. The beer garden at the Pharmacy offers two levels of seating and a nostalgic longing for a trip across the pond. A stop at this Nashville hot spot is well worth the time for any local or visitor to Music City. -Lynn-nore Chittom
Holland House Bar and Refuge is a terrific East Nashville spot for relaxing during happy hour or enjoying a quiet meal with friends. The atmosphere is upscale, modern casual and the service is outstanding. The cocktails at Holland House are some of the best in Nashville and make the trip to the East side of town well worth it for visitors and locals alike. Reservations are recommended for meals, but bar seating is often available during the short wait for a table. One of the best features of Holland House is their wonderful outdoor seating, which is especially nice on warm Sunday afternoons for guests enjoying the Holland House Sunday brunch.
Barista Parlor has become so popular among the people of Nashville that within a short period they have planned to open another branch. Due to its quality and consistency, it is any coffee-lover's candyland. The coffee is freshly brewed and well-crafted that will rejuvenate your senses. Try their caramel latte or the cold brew coffee and accompany it with one of their delicious pastry or a freshly made buttermilk sausage biscuit. The staff is very knowledgeable and will help you choose a coffee that will suit your taste buds. To know more, check their website.
Traditional country music, delectable food and chilled beers are a regular offering at the Swingin' Doors Saloon. The place is a haunt for groups of friends who wish to spend an evening filled with fun and good music. Their are two seating areas, the one upstairs is pretty private and perfect for a date-night. The downstairs seating occupies the spacious bar and stage area which is graced by many country music artists. Their Catfish Basket comes highly recommended with some of the classic craft beers.
This place is all about sports. Whether you want to talk sports, watch sports or read sports, you will feel right at home. Seats at the bar are great for hanging out, but if you are interested in watching a game you should choose a seat near one of the big screens. Standard bar fare includes sandwiches and nachos, but the pride of the Scoreboard is the barbecue ribs. Plan on staying for the entire game if you order the ribs, as the portions are huge.
Ugly Mugs is a great place in East Nashville to drink a delicious, hot cup of coffee in a relaxed environment with a trendy vibe and free WiFi. Bring your laptop along and get some work done outside the office. The decor is simple with clean lines, great colors, and a comfortable local feel; something the nation chains don't have. Like most hot spots in East Nashville, the clients are mostly young business professionals looking for the perfect place to think alone or spend time with friends. In addition to the great vibe, the coffee and service at Ugly Mugs is also top notch.
Situated in the Five Points area of East Nashville, 3 Crow Bar is a popular establishment among locals who love their tasty pub grub, high quality brews, and expertly crafted cocktails. Happy hour and trivia night on Thursday evenings pack in the crowds. The tree-lined patio is great for enjoying the warm Nashville nights with plenty of seating available.
Rumors East has a very warm ambiance with an exuberant decoration. The arty look of the place is accompanied by beautiful chandeliers. The extension of the backdoor is yet another arrangement of a patio that will make your evening a memorable one. Executive Chef Hernan Borda is known for his steamed mussels, shrimp and grits as well as his small plates and pizzas. Enjoy the atmosphere and the happy hour as this place will definitely make you come back.
Batter'd & Fried Boston Seafood House is the only Boston pub in Nashville and the ambiance is dead on. With old, thick, dark wood beams holding the place together, pub tables, wooden bench seating, concrete flooring, and walls plastered with Red Sox pictures and paraphernalia, Batter'd & Fried feels like an old corner pub in any fishing village in New England. The chowder, the burgers and the service are all excellent, and if you come on just the right day, you might even get a chef's special steak bomb sandwich. Located at the Five Points in East Nashville, Batter'd & Fried is a great place to catch a meal, watch a game, or just feel nostalgic for Beantown. -Lynn-nore Chittom