My experience at this bar was abysmal. Good luck if you want to pay with a debit card, because they frown upon it and you have to have a $10 minimum to do so. When I got my card out to pay for my beer and start a tab, the bartender said indignantly, ""You don't have $3?"" What a jerk.
Also, if you do start a tab, good luck if you have an unusual last name (which I do). I had to spell my name multiple times, gave them my first name, middle initial, and the type of card that it was and they still could not locate my card (2 people tried). Fearing they had mistakenly given my card to someone else, I was starting to get really worried. It resulted with their calling me behind the bar (in a rude manner as well) to find my card. I found it almost instantly, which means that their failure to locate it is attributable only to their overwhelming stupidity and ignorance.
Suffice it to say, the cumulative I.Q. of the people that work here is about a 3. Furthermore, they sell a bunch of fried food there, so if you don't want to smell like a cheap funnel cake all night (or smoke for that matter), don't go here. The final nail in the proverbial coffin was the fact that this place had NO A/C (at least not any that is sufficient to cool off a packed bar). My friends and I were sweating bullets the entire time. If you operate a bar in Nashville during July, you need to have air conditioning, you cheap twits.
This is probably the worst bar I've ever been to anywhere (and I've been everywhere from redneck dives out in the sticks to shady rundown bars in Cozumel). Moral of the story: don't go to this bar. Ever. Rude, incompetent staff; terrible atmosphere; and no A/C. Your money is better spent elsewhere, even if that means paying a little more for a Bud Light.