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Wed-Sun: Open at 11:30am
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220 Printers Alley
Nashville, Tennessee 37201
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How to do Fall at Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar

Sep 22 2021 Comments : 0
How to do Fall at Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar

During fall - the leaves change, new colors offer a vibrant look to Music City and one thing ALWAYS remains the same - Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar's cool, fun atmosphere. At your home away from home, gumbo with a stiff drink becomes a daily occurrence as music courtesy of Stacy Mitchhart Band, Loose Lips, Lauren Anderson, and more fill the air. See below for a 1, 2, 3 on how to experience fall at Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar.

1. Gumbo, Gumbo, Gumbo
Feel that chilly wind and smell the gumbo. Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar is one of the best places in Nashville, TN to order authentic gumbo. It's served with rice, peppers, onion, celery, and chicken & andouille sausage. Pro-tip, order it to-go before you tailgate for a Sunday game, then remember to come back and celebrate the victory or drown your sorrows. Either way, let Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar be the place to start the party - always. See our full menu.

2. Southern Comfort & Bourbon
Two of our favorite signature drinks for the fall season would be the Basin Street and Southern Comfort Hurricane. Served with Nashville's own Belle Meade Bourbon, the Basin Street is finished with triple sec, simple syrup, and a lemon. Sweet and smokey, just the way we like it. Then, our Southern Comfort Hurricane is your summer favorite with a smooth-drinking whiskey twist. Check out our drink menu.

3. Live Music
Of course, we all know nothing warms the soul better than live music. For over 25 years, Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar has served up the best lineup in Music City every week. It's a musician's haven, and where people who know music go to hear their favorite tunes. Stay up-to-date with who's playing by viewing our concert calendar at bourbonstreetblues.com.

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