A Hillsboro Village stalwart featuring foreign, indie and classic films as well as expertly booked live music such as Jenny Lewis, M. Ward and the Sierra Leone Refugee All-Stars.
The Basement books an interesting mix of touring acts, local rock/pop bands, singer-songwriters and more, thanks to the participation of Grimeys partners Mike Grimes and Doyle Davis. Below Grimeys New & Preloved Music lies a small, dark cave, where the music flows like Yazoo brew and the audience sits within spitting distance of performers on the low-rising stage. Run by Geoff Donovanone of Nashvilles best bartendersand Grimeys owner (and Guilty Pleasures guitarist) Mike Grimes, The Basement books everything from indie blog darlings like Clap Your Hands Say Yeah to the Altar Call Old Time Gospel Hour. The Basements 100-person capacity and no-smoking rule make it a great venue to relax and listen rather than jockey for space and a view of the performers
Located across from Vanderbilt University, this long-running Mexican restaurant is a common stop for college students. Diners fill out their own order slips before handing their requests to the cashier. The menu includes a variety of simple Mexican dishes, including a Southwest black bean salad.
This renowned venues quarter-century history includes everyone from Steve Martin to The Police.
A 200-capacity venue on the Rock Block specializing in the best local, regional and national indie rock.