Wildhorse Saloon Bar Nashville, Guide & Review
A restaurant, catering company, bar, concert site, dance venue, wedding venue, and TV studio—all under one roof. Welcome to Wildhorse Saloon, which offers you entertainment to the t. Opened in 1994, it mainly focused on line dancing at the start, but now it has even become a concert venue for all genres of music. It consists of three levels, the upper two overlooking the stage. The sitting capacity is above 2400 people, and even more, can fit in!
You can take up lessons for line dancing without any reservations. Hop in on the dance floor and ask to dance away. Whatever your age is, the instructors will be able to help you out while you dance the line. They also have many featured and lined-up artists that perform daily. You can try out all your dancing skills and get back into the groove. From Zach Ray to Amber Leigh, you see them all perform. Millions of people come in every year to have a fantastic time enjoying music with those around them.
The place has sold over 10 million beer bottles to date; you should be a part of this record. Remember, the place is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, so plan accordingly. On the menu are their world-famous fried pickles that do live up to their name and the hype. We have sandwiches, salads, burgers, and many steak options with yummy marinades that make you drool while you read the menu. Sip on ‘Boots and Spurs,’ which involves a mix of Tanqueray gin, triple sec, house-made simple syrup, grapefruit juice, a splash of club soda, garnished with a fresh grapefruit slice. Other than this, there are many other cocktail options, including beers, wine, and seltzer. In the end, you also taste something from the sweet treat’s action.