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Learn More About the Twelve Thirty Club From Sam Fox, Opening Soon at Fifth + Broadway

The First Level, a “highly elevated honky-tonk”, is set to open on April 14

More details emerge at last about the highly anticipated Twelve Thirty Club — the new, one-of-a-kind multi-faceted establishment from Sam Fox debuting in Nashville this spring.

The first level of the multi-level venue from the 12-time James Beard Award Nominee is set to open on Wednesday, April 14, located directly across from Bridgestone Arena on Broadway, within the Fifth + Broadway project. Described as a “highly elevated honky-tonk”, the first level of the Twelve Thirty Club promises live music nightly and a “killer menu” — but not many other details just yet.

On the next floor, guests can look for a cocktail lounge dubbed Honorary Member (but don’t worry, the entire place is open to everyone).

And later this summer, on the next floor, a 400-seat “dapper as hell” supper club, built around live music and an eclectic champagne and wine program unlike any other in town. The menu will shift on each level of the Twelve Thirty Club.

The experience is complete with cocktails imbibed on the posh rooftop terrace, complete with lush greenery, outdoor fireplacs, and of course, city views from above Lower Broadway.

The new venue, a “modern take on a classic supper club” merges hospitality, music, design, and entertainment, in a collaboration conceived and curated by Sam and an unnamed group of partners and investors. The Twelve Thirty Club’s story began in late summer 2017, on the eve of the Pilgrimage Festival just south of Nashville at a barbecue in Leiper’s Fork. Sam Fox spent time with new and old friends for a long night of storytelling and camaraderie and the idea was born, with the intent to bring it to Nashville’s iconic strip of Lower Broadway.

The Twelve Thirty Club is located at 550 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203 (at Fifth + Broadway, on Broadway across from Arena).

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