Butchertown Hall, the Texas Hill Country and German-inspired restaurant and beer hall from restaurateur Terry Raley, is ready to get things going tomorrow. They've got a meat lovers paradise of a menu, custom beers from many of Nashville's local craft brew houses and a killer interior.
The little over 4,000 square-foot interior space has high ceilings and white-tiled exterior walls, with stacked stone and chopped wood strategically used as dividers between dining areas. Seating options include a mixture of two-tops, four-tops, community tables and bar seating created by local design company Metal Fred. In total the restaurant can seat approximately 130 people, with another 120 seats slated for the outdoor patio once it opens in the spring. Now go, take a gander.