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Please note: This TripAdvisor listing is specifically for the Rooftop Bar area located on the 4th level of The George Jones. The George Jones is a world class entertainment venue located in the heart of downtown Nashville honoring country music icon George Jones. The newly renovated 4-story, 46,000 square foot building features live music on three stages, a great restaurant, rooftop bar with one of the best views in Nashville, a museum, a gift shop and events space. Nashville Happens Here!
Dinner, Lunch, Drinks
Pub, American, Bar
Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Television, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Accepts Discover, Table Service, Free Wifi
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It was okay. It was very crowded and hard to get food. There was no live music for a few hours which was a little odd. We moved on to the next place pretty quick. Pulled chicken and side were pretty good.
Food and entertainment is great! Staff is not! Our waitress never came back to check to see if everything was ok. Than a big party came in and she completely had all her attention on them, she did walk by us and say I'll be...More
I went here for a Billy Ray Cyrus concert and it was a complete mess. They were not able to handle a crowd of 400 people. People were urged to come early to get an armband, which was numbered. That was supposed to be how...More
The band was great and enticed our group inside. It was early afternoon on a Thursday so not very crowded. The bar service was so slow and then rude we left. Less than a block away, there was an equally good band with much better...More