TripAdvisor recently released their “Top Trending Restaurants in Nashville for Fall 2017” and the Icon Entertainment Group owned and operated Skull’s Rainbow Room was honored to be among the Top 5 restaurants in Music City. This historic bar and lounge that first welcomed patrons in 1948 recently re-opened its doors in 2015 after a 17 year hiatus with patrons seeking the Printers Alley escape to a period fueled by jazz music and classic burlesque. Chef Gannon Leary serves up his award-winning cuisine daily, a menu he perfected over his 28 years within in the food and beverage industry from New Orleans and coastal cities along Mississippi and Alabama to Midwest restaurants in Colorado. Crafting the signature drinks to compliment the invigorating flavors are a talent staff of experienced mixologists.
“From the kitchen and bar staff to the service team and incomparable entertainment, Skull’s continues to be a polished establishment among the food, beverage and entertainment options in Music City,” says owner Bill Miller. “This excellence in hospitality, cuisine and service is exactly the reason why I wanted to partner with Skull’s Founder David Wileman in this truly iconic restaurant and lounge. We are proud to have it under the Icon Entertainment Group umbrella and promise to preserve its future especially since we have recently taken ownership of the Southern Turf building where the lounge is housed.”
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About Skull’s Rainbow Room
Relaunching in 2015 after a 17 year hiatus, Skull’s Rainbow Room emerged from its rich, scandalous history as a host to world renowned icons to become one of the most celebrated and eclectic dining experiences in Music City. Since opening its doors in the post-World War II era in 1948, Skull’s Rainbow Room has presented performances by Etta James, Elvis Presley, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Jerry Lee Lewis, Joni Mitchell and even the TV and comedic trail blazer Andy Griffith. Today’s chart toppers like Tim McGraw, Dierks Bentley and Brett Eldredge continue this legacy stepping onto the legendary checkered stage for performance sets. Located at 222 Printers Alley in the basement of the historic Southern Turf Building, patrons have flocked to taste, sip and see the unparalleled dining and entertainment experience at Skull’s. Indulge in Chef Gannon Leary’s Coastal fusion of American cuisine, a menu honed to perfection across his nearly three decade career in the culinary industry. Serving both lunch and dinner offerings with nightly entertainment, Skull’s Rainbow Room is definitely a “must see” establishment in Nashville.
Skull’s Rainbow Room Operating Details:
Address: 222 Printers Alley, Nashville, TN 37201
Bar Hours: 11 AM – 2 AM
Lunch Hours: 11 AM – 2:30 PM
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Dinner Hours: 5 – 10:30 PM
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Entertainment: Madame Hazel Jones’ Burlesque Revue
Sunday-Wednesday: 10 PM – 12 AM
Thursday-Saturday: 11 PM – 1 AM
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