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Robert's Western World


416 Broadway, Nashville
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Robert’s Western World feels like it’s been around forever. And in Nashville years, where new concepts open and close at the drop of a hat, it kind of has. The building’s lived many lives (as a warehouse, steel guitar factory, boot shop), but the old-Nashville feel—less Kid Rock, more Johnny Cash—is still there. During the day, you’ll find people of all ages listening to some bluegrass and filling up on Robert’s recession special: a fried bologna sandwich, Moon Pie, Lays potato chips, and a PBR, all for $6. But at night, it’s adults-only and a perfect place to listen to some tunes, down that PBR (don’t even try to order a cocktail here), and get a glimpse of what Nashville used to be like.

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