Take a peek at these buzz-worthy restaurants, hotels, meeting and event spaces and more recently opened in Nashville.
Here’s a closer look at Nashville’s newest eateries, drinking spots, hotels, conference areas, private rooms and other spaces available for events this summer. The new and renovated Nashville venues are available for corporate parties, weddings, fundraisers, outdoor functions, business dinners, team-building activities, conferences, meetings and more.
(A note regarding COVID-19: Some of the venues listed here may not yet be available for hosting events due to COVID-19, or they may be operating at a lower capacity. As venues begin to slowly reopen across North America, we encourage event organizers to contact the venues to verify current capacity restrictions.)
The Gallatin Hotel
The Gallatin Hotel, the former church-turned-hotel, opened May 14, joining sister hotels The Russell and 506 Lofts. The former 1925 Eastside Church of Christ is located in the East Nashville neighborhood—dubbed “Nashville’s Coolest Neighborhood” by Vogue. The hotel sits on 1.23 acres and gives back a portion of its proceeds through its Rooms for Rooms program to homeless ministries. The boutique hotel features 25 vibrant guest rooms with bright color-blocking in hues of reds, yellows and purples highlighted on the walls, ceilings and floors.
The Deluxe King room has 390 square feet and overlooks the garden, is doused in red-color blocking and features a wet bar, local art and a dual sink vanity. The Gallatin Hotel is close to Nissan Stadium and just a 10-minute drive from Broadway’s restaurant and bar scene. Guests can enjoy Fat Bottom Brewery, the newest taproom, via the hotel’s beautiful courtyard. For private events, the 11,250-square-foot Emerson Hall is suitable for corporate functions and intimate gatherings. It features crisp, white walls and bow-truss ceilings and can host 150 guests for seated dinners and as many as 300 for cocktails.