Chicago-based boutique hotel FieldHouse Jones readies its first hotel out-of-market for opening in Nashville — staking its claim as East Nashville’s first rooftop cocktail bar.
The hotel’s all-day lobby bar, Assembly Hall, claims to blend antiques shop, bar, coffee shop, and communal space as a “choose your own adventure-style” hub for travelers, Nashville natives, and local creatives. Drink-wise, Assembly Hall will emphasize natural wines and classic cocktails, while the food menu promises a short list of dishes available at all hours of the day. Outdoor dining and drinking space awaits with a lush, green patio, communal tables, bocce ball court, and ping pong tables.
The rooftop bar, Neon Mango, features bright colors and bold patters, in a laidback setting. A playful partner to the lower level counterpart, it’ll offer cocktails with each drink centering around a certain ingredient. No word yet on food offerings at either spot.
Currently under construction at 811 Main Street, FieldHouse Jones is owned by Bedderman Lodging, who partnered with antique/furniture emporium Architectural Artifacts, Inc. to adorn the space. Vintage objects, found items, and furniture from across the globe will all be offered for purchase.
FieldHouse Jones Hotel Nashville is slated to open this summer and will soon begin taking reservations. For more information and new updates, visit the hotel’s Instagram and Facebook pages or visit the website at www.fieldhousejones.com.