No. 308

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grapefruit juice + vodka

Looking for a new spot to enjoy creative cocktails, craft beer, and fun dance tunes? No. 308 is the answer. On Gallatin right next to the revamped Dino’s, this East Nashville bar is a great place for anyone who enjoys a good beverage (or 3). Grab a seat at the bar or if you’re lucky, steal one of the tables along the side for you and your friends.

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the Knucklehead

Cocktails are their specialty. Thinking tequila? Try the Knucklehead – Vida Mezcal, Ancho Reyes Chili Liquere, Lemon, Agave, and Black Pepper Sugar make this drink a knockout for tequila lovers. Looking for something on the sweeter side? Try the Adams Apple – Sour Apple Moonshine, Crispin Cider, Ginger, and Lime come together to make fruity goodness.

Feeling foxy? The FoxGlove has Cava, Orange, Carpano Antica Sweet Vermouth, Benedictine, and Nux Alpina Walnut Liqueur – yum! Want to recreate any of these crafty cocktails at home? Head on over to our friends at Mishaps & Mimosas for a step by step guide to making a 308-inspired beverage!

You can also order all of your favorite classics, from a Moscow Mule to an Old Fashioned. If you are feeling really adventurous, try their shot jars (best for sharing). If you’re not sold on the cocktail menu, they have plenty of beer for any of you craft beer lovers (although you can’t go wrong with a PBR either).

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behind the bar at No. 308

This popular spot also hosts plenty of dance parties and events, so be sure to follow them on Twitter and Facebook to keep up with what’s happening next. One of our favorites is SCHWING – a 90’s dance party that will keep you grooving well into the night.

And after a few cocktails, it’s probably time for a snack. No. 308 has you covered with a food menu fit for carnivores and vegetarians alike. Don’t forget to stop back in for brunch to cure your hangover from all those cocktails. Cheers!

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