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George Jones Museum, Nashville
(4.1/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web)
The George Jones Entertainment Complex, located in the heart of Downtown Nashville, includes a museum, restaurant, rooftop bar, and live country music, all dedicated to the legacy of country music icon George Jones.

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The museum (2nd level) is open from 10am to 10pm daily.

Choices Restaurant & Bar (1st level) is open from 11am-10pm Sun-Thurs & 11am-11pm Fri-Sat.

The George Rooftop Bar (4th level) with sweeping views of the Cumberland River and Downtown Nashville is open from 11am-10pm Sun-Thurs & 11am-2am Fri-Sat.

The George Jones Entertainment Complex also hosts a terrific venue and event space perfect for corporate functions and social events.
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  • We were in Nashville for the free Keith Urban concert to kick off his Ripcord Tour. We were strolling the streets when we happened upon the George Jones Museum. We went in to look around & discovered ...  more »
  • First I should state we are not country music fans....George who?? We went as part of a social our host had. The rooftop view is great. If you love George Jones and/or rooftop view this is the place f...  more »
  • We walked in to listen to a small live band. We were surprised how big and comfortable the place was. Fun decor and a rooftop bar with live music & dancing - beautiful view of the river with a clean e...  more »
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  • The rooftop bar-One of our favorite places we visited this time in Nashville. I'm shocked to see all the negative reviews. We went Friday night and it had just finished raining so it was very empty. Also went back sat and it was packed. Got my drinks fast. The view, the view was amazing. It was so nice to just sit back and enjoy a drink with my bf. We also got to meet some nice people who sat next to us (as well as some very belligerent bachelorette party goers which was entertaining). Try the moonshine - apple pie. However. I'd recommend going downstairs for the $1 small pours. If you get an actual shot upstairs it's $9. The prices aren't the best but the location and atmosphere you can't beat.
  • Fun place to take your tourist friends and family for lunch during the week. It has one of the best views, overlooking the Cumberland river and Nissan stadium. It needs a bigger drink and food menu since the options are mostly junk food and beer.
  • Great music and food, though the music was a little loud for my liking. If you go, you should definitely head up to the roof and see the view. There is a stage for life music and a bar up there. Definitely worth seeing!
  • Honestly I regret not going to leilas instead. Great skyline on the rooftop but HORRIBLE drinks HORRIBLE service. Watch them pour a drink. If you order a double expect a generous single shot. If you want to sober up on broadway come here !!! We are locals and I can say that I would go get drinks at any other bar on broadway or printers alley other than here. Good location but the owners and bartenders are shady
  • We came in with 21 people on a pub crawl that we paid to have take us to 4 different bars and this was one of the stops. We were unaware that there was an issue with the pub crawl owner and were drawn into a mess that was not something we, as paying customers, should have been drawn into. The owner's boyfriend of the George Jones establishment, who kept saying he was the owner, came up to our group and told us we needed to leave and were not welcome there. When I proceeded to tell him we had no clue of what was going on and we were not involved in the drama with them and the pub crawl owner, he proceeded to flash his gun that was on his hip at me and tell me there would be no problem. Now I am a gun carry permit holder myself, and to me flashing a gun in a bar where CHILDREN are sitting at tables all around us is VERY unprofessional and irresponsible. I was not drunk, nor belligerent and being a 5'5 130 lb woman did not feel the need for him to flash his gun at me. I was not causing problems I was simply telling him we had no clue about their drama. When he told us we needed to leave our 21 person crew went downstairs and he followed us the entire way. When we tried to speak to the actual owner the security guard again showed us his gun and told us to leave the premises before there was an issue. This so called man is VERY DANGEROUS and should be removed immediately from the premises. He not only put our lives in danger but CHILDREN'S lives in danger. If you are going to carry a loaded handgun in a bar you need to learn the rules on when to flash it and when not to and believe me that was not the time to flash it at 7:00 on a Saturday evening when families are trying to enjoy their meals. This is definitely not a place I would recommend to anyone. VERY DISAPPOINTED and BEYOND disgusted!