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Don't get me wrong! Broadway is great, but we felt like we found the hidden gem when our Historic Pub Crawl took us into Printer's Alley! We went back that evening on our own! We started at the blues bar. They had an amazing band...More
It was a unique place heart of downtown nashille,Smack dab in the country music captol of the world.printer s alley is a hidden gem in nashville which is steeped in hiistory and a amazing sounds and sights from blues to jazz,A must see for anyone...More
Printer's Alley in Nashville, Tennessee, got its name at the beginning of the 20th century when it was home to a thriving publishing industry, including two daily newspapers, 10 print shops and 13 publishing companies. That was then. This is now. Today, the famous alley...More
Neat area. Some clubs had covers, other not. Hit the Skull. Band was good. Went to dance club a couple of doors down. As a deejay it was my kind of thing. Spent some time with the deejays and one even did one of my...More
It is literally an alley with a couple nightspots with a bit of a speakeasy/quality dive bar vibe. It may be struggling to hang on with the modernization of Nashville but hopefully the town will help keep this area vibrant as well.
If you want to soak up a nice piece of historical Nashville try Printers Alley. Small but it packs a punch. A little less hustle but still a piece of Nashville. It’s worth dinner at skulls and catch some blues at the bourbon street bar....More