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Drift Nashville opens in the growing East Bank neighborhood

Have guests coming into town? The hotel and dining destination is ~10 minutes from the Nashville International Airport.

A wooden bar housing an espresso machine with dark green tile backdrop. Two chairs and a small table sit in front of it.

Dine in at Dawn.

Photo by Erin Feinblatt

Drift downtown, there’s more developing around the East Bank.

Drift Nashville, an 87-room hotel and dining destination, is now open east of the Cumberland River at 10 Interstate Dr. Don’t worry, you don’t need guests in town to enjoy some suite features.

The new addition brings with it three food and beverage concepts by the Nashville hospitality trailblazer also behind Old Glory and Golden Pony.

  • Dawn Cafe | Craft coffee and espresso beverages using Good Citizen Coffee Co. beans + grab-and-go menu items
  • The Sun Room | Organic soda-based cocktails with house-made infusions + Spanish-inspired bites like spiced tuna pate and spiced calamari in spicy ragout
  • Poolside at Drift (coming spring 2024) | Al fresco bar experience, seasonal snacks, and a partnership with Mexican food truck Alebrije

Stay tuned — when the weather warms, the hotel will offer pool day passes for locals and visitors along with a lineup of ongoing programming.

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