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Sea what East Nashville’s Coral Club offers this weekend

The new cocktail bar situated off of Gallatin Pike officially opens on Saturday, May 25.


If you need us, we’ll be living out our “The Little Mermaid” dreams. | Photo by Victoria Quirk

Weekend cocktails at the Coral Club, anyone? You can dive on into the East Nashville watering hole when it opens its doors on Saturday, May 25 at 604 Gallatin Ave.

The space was thoughtfully designed by Studio YUDA to act as a coastal-inspired escape with its organic interior and stone bar. Venture into one of three spaces:

  • Main Lounge | Dimly lit room with coral plaster walls, raw stone and wood structures, and natural vegetation
  • Sun Parlor | Lounge seating for small parties and standing drink rails
  • Rooftop patio | Open-air space with greenery and concrete bistro tables that offer East and downtown views

Classic + seasonal sips complete the feel and feature bright flavor profiles crafted from fresh fruits like pineapple, passionfruit, apricot, and grapefruit. From palomas and freezer martinis to old-fashioneds and coolers, here are a couple of menu highlights to add to your “must-try” list:

  • White Port Cooler | Gin, white port, lemon, cucumber, strawberry, and tonic
  • Sunliner | Mezcal, Cynar, passionfruit, lemon, honey, and orange
  • Côte d’Azur | Unaged brandy, blanc vermouth, apricot, pineapple, lime, and absinthe

Accompanying the drink menu is a small selection of bar snacks that include black truffle popcorn, tinned fish with Spanish peppers and a Lavosh cracker, and Mediterranean chips with Iberico sausage, and aioli.
Stay tuned — we’ll give you an even more in-depth sneak peek of the space a little later this week over on our Instagram.

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