Essentially the CBGB of landmark singer-songwriter haunts, this tiny, no-introduction-necessary hole in the wall is where struggling and established songsmiths alike often woodshed and showcase future big hits for the first time. The cozy club/restaurant — which to the surprise of many is located in a Green Hills strip mall — was the central location in director Peter Bogdanovich’s 1993 cult favorite The Thing Called Love and is essentially a recurring character in the ABC series Nashville. There's a $7 food/drink minimum for table seats, plus cover on some shows; see events below for details. (A word to first-timers: Keep mum during the set, or you'll be shushed. Music comes first at the Bluebird.)

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Parking: Lot Available

Reservations: Highly Recommended, Online Reservations Available

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