Why You Should Add Printers Alley in Nashville to Your Itinerary

If you’ve ever been to Nashville, Tenn., you know it’s the home of the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Grand Ole Opry, and the Ryman Auditorium.

On any given night, you can catch a live music performance in the streets or the bars. It’s loud and proud. But there’s a lesser-known street that’s worth a visit called Printers Alley.

Nashville may be full of honky tonk, but it’s also full of history. Let’s take a look at why you should add Printers Alley in Nashville to your itinerary the next time you head south.

This New Orleans-style bar has been part of Printers Alley for 25 years. Artists like James Brown and B.B. King have performed here.

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Skull’s Rainbow Room has been the center of Printers Alley. First owned by David “Skull” Schulman, he got love from so many that locals named him the mayor of Printers Alley.

Catch a Burlesque Show at Skull’s Rainbow Room 

Guests can play yard games, sip specialty cocktails, order snacks, and sit in the glow of beautiful downtown views.

Enjoy the View at Bobby Hotel Rooftop Lounge

A place where you can relax and request your favorite tunes all night long. Nashville’s only dueling piano bar, The Big Bang is inside The Whiskey Shot.

Experience the Dueling Piano Bar

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