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Jane’s Hideaway Brings ‘Hip Southern’ Cuisine and Bluegrass to New East Nashville Digs

The popular bar and restaurant has relocated to a new home after closing downtown

Jane’s Hideaway is now open in East Nashville.
Jane’s Hideaway

After two years as a downtown oasis for live music and cocktails amid tourist-centric offerings, Jane’s Hideaway has relocated to a new home in East Nashville (407 Gallatin Ave.), marking an exciting new chapter for the acclaimed bar known for its Bluegrass brunch.

The move was spurred by the bar’s Printers Alley landlord opting not to renew the lease, said owner John Peet in an announcement back in May. The reinvention was swift, with just a handful of months of work done in the space last home to Camp, and before that, Bar No. 308, located next to iconic haunt Dino’s Bar & Grill.

The new space, a bit smaller than the original and featuring local art, banquette seating, and standing room for live music, also comes with a new menu — “more more casual and approachable, with a little less emphasis on plating and more on making good, Southern meals,” says Peet, calling it “hip Southern.”

The beloved weekend bluegrass brunch will return in the coming weeks, but Jane’s Hideaway is for now open for dinner, drinks, and live music, Wednesday through Sunday beginning at 5 p.m. Take a look at the new Jane’s Hideaway digs and menu below.

The stage at the new Jane’s Hideaway.
Christen Clemins/Jane’s Hideaway
Inside Jane’s Hideaway on Gallatin Ave.
Christen Clemins/Jane’s Hideaway
Christen Clemins/Jane’s Hideaway

Jane's Hideaway

209 3rd Avenue North, , TN 37201 (615) 942-7809 Visit Website

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