Nashville has always been a hot destination for music lovers, but now it’s scorching, thanks to Justin Timberlake and his impressive new entertainment venue, The Twelve Thirty Club, which has made its full debut.
The Cry Me A River singer spearheaded the development of the Broadway venue with restaurateur Sam Fox. A ground-floor bar, The Honky Tonk, opened in April. During the summer, a 50-seat mezzanine cocktail lounge was opened, an honorary member, accessed by a ‘striking central staircase’. Now, a second-floor 400-seat ‘chic as hell’ Supper Club, along with a rooftop bar, is open for business.
The newly released images show that the entire setup is impressive.
The Supper Club, pictured, is ‘a modern take on a classic 19th century dinner club’
Twelve Thirty Club’s new ‘stylish as hell’ 400-seat Supper Club recently opened
Justin Timberlake, pictured, spearheaded the development of the Nashville venue with restaurateur Sam Fox
The Supper Club is complete with opulent chandeliers, mood lighting and red velvet seating, and a stage for ‘unknown acts and music’s biggest stars’ to perform.
On the opening, Timberlake says: ‘Nashville is a city like no other.
Sam and I wanted The Twelve Thirty Club to stand out and celebrate the different people and cultures that make this place so special.
“It’s elegant and sophisticated, but still has an unmistakable, music-driven energy. Our goal is to set the tone for what Upper Broadway is and what it has the potential to be. It was really cool to see it all together. ‘
The decadent décor of the Supper Club, from interior design firm AvroKO, was inspired by the Art Deco movement of the 1920s.
A statement from the club says the restaurant is ‘a modern take on a classic 19th century dinner club where food, entertainment and design collide to create a fantastic and dynamic experience like no other’.
Burgundy curtains cover the windows and walls, which are adorned with a hand-painted mural of a forest. The bar has a “zinc accent” and layers of emerald green tile. And customers can take a seat in crescent-shaped booths made of tufted leather and inlaid with copper.
A path leads to the stage, where musicians are invited to perform while patrons dine.
Pictured is the outdoor seating area of the Supper Club. Its opening marked the grand opening of the three-story restaurant, bar and music room.
The Supper Club is completed with opulent chandeliers, mood lighting, and red velvet seating. Its decadent decor is from interior design firm AvroKO
The Supper Club’s decor was inspired by the Art Deco movement of the 1920s.
As for the menu, guests can choose to order from the ‘overdone raw bar’, which serves pressed sushi of yellowtail and avocado and oysters from the west coast.
Otherwise, the main menu ‘pays homage to classic roast dishes with a whimsical twist’ and serves a selection of premium, grass-fed and bone-in cuts of meat.
Not a big steak eater? Dishes such as the ‘magic’ iceberg wedge salad, the crispy stuffed chicken with prosciutto and the lobster spaghetti ‘al limone’ are also prepared in the kitchen.
The Supper Club bar, pictured, has a “ zinc accent ” and a layer of emerald green tile.
The restaurant’s wine collection encompasses more than 1,800 bottles, ranging from Provencal roses to vintage Napa Valley Opus One magnums.
The club’s walls are adorned with a hand-painted mural of a forest.
And customers will not go thirsty. The restaurant’s wine collection encompasses more than 1,800 bottles, ranging from Provencal rosé to vintage Napa Valley Opus One magnum.
The bar also serves two types of cocktails: classic and artisan. The latter are made with ‘homemade infusions, fresh ingredients and rare liqueurs’.
The club’s rooftop bar, with its bright yellow color palette, opened at the same time as the Supper Club. Offers views of The Ryman, Bridgestone Arena and Lower Broadway.
The club’s rooftop bar, pictured, offers views of The Ryman, Bridgestone Arena, and Lower Broadway.
“ The ultra-chic garden-style outdoor setting invites guests to toast the evening under a canopy of stars, ” says the club of the rooftop area.
Shown here is The Twelve Thirty Club’s 50-seat cocktail lounge, known as an honorary member.
The cocktail club is located on the mezzanine and is accessed by a ‘striking central staircase’
The club says: ‘The Rooftop Bar is for those who need a sip of air and something a little more potent. The ultra-chic garden-style outdoor setting invites guests to gather and toast the evening under a canopy of stars while listening to the latest DJs’.
Honky Tonk’s opening, meanwhile, was described as a “huge success,” with the venue offering nightly live music from Nashville’s rising and well-known stars.
Honorary Fellow, we are told, is where ‘elegant meets casual’ in the design department and where guests ‘temper the energy of the first tier without leaving it altogether’.
The ground-floor bar, The Honky Tonk, pictured above, opened its doors earlier this year.
Nashville musicians, DJs and guest artists take the stage every night at the ground floor bar
The Twelve Thirty Club, which invites ‘unknown acts and music’s biggest stars’ to perform, partially opened in April.
Sam Fox, the founder of Author & Edit Hospitality, says: ‘Years of work and love went into crafting every detail of this truly immersive experience.
“Each level of The Twelve Thirty Club is completely unique in itself when it comes to menu, cocktail program and design. We hope our guests feel drawn in and get lost in the amazing music, style, food and service and want to come back again and again. ”
To book and for more information, visit TheTwelveThirtyClub.com.