When in Nashville a must to visit. Nothing overly exciting but a place that you must visit. Not far from Broadway and an interesting place to visit.
About Printer's Alley
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Full of nudie bars and d-list performers and a really tacky "English Pub" ....Printer's Alley is now just a construction zone. Don't waste your time.
I was excited to see this area but when we got there we were disappointed. The area is under renovation and I am sure that was the reason for part of our disappointment but it wasn't anything like we expected it to be based on...More
Nice to be there and hang out at one of the bars. Reminds me of European streets. Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar was really nice venue. We got there late (midnight) and it was great. The waitress was very very nice. The band was...More
Very interesting history, best to have a guide. Nashville can be really smelly and this alley will test your stomach on a hot day! There's not a lot to see, but it is interesting.
We went to Printer's Alley to check it out hoping to find a cool place with an even better vibe. It was very disappointing. This place has a ton of potential but it's not being used how it should. We counted three bars and didn't...More
Was in Nashville with hubby a few weeks back, the food delicious the people very friendly and Printer's alley is a must! There are a few little hidden gems, one being Bourbon Street Blues and for a little fun the old fashion way you might...More
Not much to see here folks. Interesting sign (some broken neon though) and a couple of bars in the alley. A bit disappointing.
This has a great sign but you have to walk down an alley that does not look like anything. The bars are there you just have to find them. We heard music from one and went in. Not sure how this is an attraction but...More
Went To Printers Alley With High Expectations. What A Shock!! We Were In Printers Alley 35 Years Ago. The Once Bustling Honky Tonk Bars & Restaurants Are All But Gone!!!! It's Still Worth The Trip To Say You Have Been To Printers Alley. Most Of...More