RIP Paradise Park.
The highly-anticipated new ax-throwing bar on Nashville’s Lower Broadway is opening its doors to the public this week, just in time for the NFL Draft. The monstrous 42,000 square foot location (former home of Paradise Park) features a coffee and alcohol bar in the first floor common area called “Carter’s Assembly,” along with a restaurant called The Ribbon Room.” A game room/bar called “The R.E.C. Room” is on the second floor, complete with ax-throwing lanes, other games, bar snacks and a big-ass projection TV. Finally, the third floor will hosts visiting guests in 20 hotels rooms, plus the space also features a rooftop garden bar.
The new venture is owned by Strategic Hospitality Group, the same folks that run Pinewood Social, The Catbird Seat, Patterson House and other popular Nashville hotspots.
Get drunk and throw some axes… sounds like a party to me.
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Nashville, Tennessee tourism is booming. Now Lower Broadway, more famous for its country honky-tonk bars, gets the Downtown Sporting Club, a 42,000-square-foot complex that combines a rooftop bar, four restaurants, 16 hotel rooms and 12 lanes for the sport of ax throwing. “What gets us excited is the opportunity to plan somebody’s entire stay in Nashville. Not just a dinner but a complete visit,” says Benjamin Goldberg, who owns Nashville’s Strategic Hospitality with his brother Max. Read more about their new venture at the link in bio. (🖊️: @howiekahn, 📷: @tecpetaja)