One of my absolute favorite places to relax. The bar staff are fantastic. They know their wine and drinks as well if not better than anyone in the city (can't speak to the servers, but the bar itself...forgettaboudit!). In my opinion they serve the city's best special Gin and Tonic called the "Chuck's G&T". Get it and thank me later.
The food is really wonderful. Most often we will order a few snacks and appetizers instead of entrees since they nailed these items. Try the trout spread (they'll bring extra toast if you don't want to spread it inch thick), the fried pickled vegetables, or the wings for sure. They had a fantastic pork belly item on the menu last time that I sat for dinner.
The restaurant itself is beautifully decorated on the inside. The old train stop is a wonderful space as a rastaurant/bar. In fact the foot rail at the bar is made of the old train track.
H.Harper does several special events throughout the year including a pig roast, whisky tasting sessions and special menu on Mardi Gras etc. I don't work there I only eat and drink there, but as you can probably tell. I'm a big fan.
If you are a drunk and you are looking for drugs this place that has them. If you looking for meth and other drugs come on down to Cabbagetown.
Not sure where the previous poster came up with "clean". But whatever it is what it is a dive and if you're scared don't go. This is not an ironic hipster type dive bar it's the real deal. But owner and employees are friendly, as for some clientele? Come on put a little a spice in your life if you want but don't judge you're not as great as you think you are anyway.
Went here for brunch because I saw good reviews on Yelps; however, I will not make a trip back to Carroll Street Café. The food to me was mediocre – eggs were “bleh” and waffles were hard and dry.
Great place to go for free line dance lessons on Wednesdays. Lee Brice concert was packed and really rocked. Great venue. Huge dance floor.
The website is listed incorectly though. Check it now at http://jerryfarberssidedoor.com
Very fun place to party. No cover if you get there before 9! Nice people on dance floor will help you learn the line dances
I have been going here for several years for line dancing on Wednesday nights as well as for concerts. I love it! It has a huge dance floor and a great place for an affordable concert, both rock and roll and country bands. Very fun and safe place to party.
I love Wild Bills. I go there to line dance on Wednesday nights. 5 bucks to get in and you get a lesson for an hour, and can dance from 7-11! Nice group of people. Most of the staff is great, but the bartender on Wednesdays is not too friendly and they don't always have what I want to drink, but I'm there for the dancing anyway. Don the DJ is awesome, and Rose who teaches, and John at the door. Weekend bands have been good, but loud, but I can go in the back and dance and get a bite to eat.
Love line dance Wednesday nights. I try to do concert at lease once a month. Great place.
I have seen a variety of venues at Wild Bills. No disappointed as of yet! Great Nashville artists, great Ultimate boxing bouts, several rock shows and even a Magic Mike show was so exciting! The Halloween party along with the birthday bash and in recent year the Green solo cup party have always been a really big parrrrty! So come on out and enjoy it all!
Best place for dancing. Hugh dance floor. They teach line dancing on Wednesday nights at 730pm. Lots of fun and good exercise. See you there.
Best staff ever. Great drinks. Good food. Nice view of downtown from the upstairs bar.
I digs it. Cute girls and guys of all types, friendly staff, good music, karaoke night, smoke-free.
Only cons, expensive drinks and limited parking on weekends.
Super cheap wells. Decent bar food for a decent price. Friendly staff. Watch sports, play darts, or just kick it on the patio.
This is a pretty chill LGBT pub. Crowd is laid back and always friendly hence the name. Not overly populated by hipsters yet so the drinks are still super cheap. I'm not talking PBR for $2 more like Long Islands for under $4. They have a jukebox, snacks, and clean bathrooms. Great location. The Drunken Unicorn and MJQ's are both located underneath. They have their own parking area. Only downside is how smokey this place gets.
You people have to give credit where credit is due. Jerry Farber has built an entire career on indebtedness and pity.
Agree with Donnie. Even on the rare occasion that they book an actual professional comedian at Jerry Farber's Sidedoor, the 85 year old host has to get up and do an additional unecessary 30-40 minutes AFTER the headliner and suck all the life out of the room. No wonder this place is on the way out.
Johnny's Hideaway where the bouncers are thugs. Beaten up on people and the management lets it.
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