As sweet as Tennessee whiskey.
Originally Appeared on Condé Nast Traveler
What was your first impression when you got here?
This 22,000-square-foot, multi-floored complex is housed in a restored building at the end of the main Broadway drag ending at the riverfront. The vibe is a triple-decker sandwich of honky-tonk bars, retro-cool lounges and post-modern industrial spaces. The rooftop bar overlooking the Cumberland River is a fabulous place to get your bearings to the Nashville downtown.
So who’s there?
The ground floor is the typical Nashville tourist crowd and often filled with raucous country acts. The middle and upper floor crowds can range from lower-level overflow to hip locals. The rooftop offers one of the best downtown views of the river.
How are the drinks?
Curated on-tap cocktail blends and mixed drinks like the Honky Tonk Hurricane are fan favorites, but the real standout on the menu is the expansive collection of beer taps.
Worth ordering something to eat, too?
Depends what you want as the food options change by floor. The first floor is a casual affair, with typical Southern favorites available via counter service. The second floor features tapas plates with an Asian fusion tilt and traditional table service.
Did the staff do you right?
The churn of visitors to lower Broadway in Nashville on any given day doesn’t seem to faze the on-point bar staff, not even a little bit. This isn’t their first rodeo and as such, they serve up drinks and food with a quickness that defies belief.
Wrap it up: what are we coming here for?
Acme Feed & Seed is a Swiss Army knife: Equally a place for a quick drink, Titans game, fancy date or corporate event, this destination captures the spirit of Nashville, all under one roof.
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