NASHVILLE, TN, September 16, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Tequila Cowboy
celebrates a recent article
in The Guardian that highlights Nashville - "Music City" - as one of the best spots for listening to country music at outstanding venues. The article also acknowledges that the flourishing city is also a blossoming restaurant scene that's threatening to rival the pull of its songwriters: "Food is beginning to challenge music as the magnet that draws visitors to Nashville." Whether it's spicy food or austere southern food at its best, tourists can find what they're looking for in the thriving city.
The staff at Tequila Cowboy is proud to represent the best of both southern cooking and top musical acts. "At Tequila Cowboy, we're concerned with the whole dining and culinary experience," said a representative. "We do not want you to come in and just have a great meal, we want you to come in and experience southern charm - from the country and rock and roll decor to the mechanical bull and unique southern drawl."
The restaurant is conveniently located on the famous Broadway - so city dwellers can walk through the historical part of Music City and then enjoy the authentic country atmosphere the eatery has to offer, including the special features of the restaurant and private bar. The beloved hotspot showcases exceptional musical talent, from top artists and up-and-coming musicians to local favorites. The restaurant serves southern hospitality at its finest with every meal, offering up a diverse array of cuisines and a contagious flavor of country fun.
The article notes, "Late afternoon is the perfect time to arrive in Nashville, giving just enough time to settle into your hotel, grab a drink and head out to hear live music. And Nashville's all about live music." According to the team at the high quality restaurant, travelers are sure to stumble across country legends playing at live music venues, making entertainment cheap and above and beyond a tourist's expectations. The restaurant is not just your average honky tonk, but in addition, it is a bar and grill that was featured on TV shows like "Nashville" because of its strong personality and country appeal.
The report highlights the honky tonk row on lower Broad, adding that this is the part of Nashville where guests can "dance for free, buy cowboy boots and listen to a stone country classic served up righteous."
The article encourages travelers to settle in at the perfect hotel to make the trip worthwhile: "If you want a hip vibe and cool star sightings, try the Hutton on West End in a repurposed office building. If you want history and old-school luxury and want to be able to walk to the honky tonks, stay at the Hermitage Hotel and ask for a room with a view of the state capitol." The staff at Tequila Cowboy believes tourists cannot go wrong when they step out into the music and up-and-coming restaurant scene found on Broadway.
is a bar and grill with a full-service restaurant and music venue. The beloved restaurant displays the best musical talent and serves up southern hospitality with every meal. The grill and bar offers the best gourmet BBQ, ribs, pizzas and much more. The mechanical bull - fondly referred to as "Tornado" - makes for a great evening and photo op with friends. The venue provides a plethora of services and food specials, even catering to private parties and people of all ages.