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222 Printers Alley, Nashville, TN 37201, United States | (615) 810-9631
Courtesy of Skull's Rainbow Room
Features
Great cocktails, Great food, Traditional style, Live music
Neighborhood
Downtown
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As part of an ongoing effort to renovate the historic Printers Alley corridor, old favorites like Skull's Rainbow Room are returning for a second run. Established in 1948, Skull's shut its doors for 16 long years after the death of its original, only to reemerge under new management in 2015. And post-hiatus, the place is better than ever. With a bevy of post-Prohibition cocktails, regular live music, and a menu of elevated pub grub, it's quickly become a favorite after-work stop for those in the neighborhood or pre-show hang for theater-goers heading around the corner to a TPAC. Twice a night the place puts on burlesque dance shows, which rounds out the old-school vibe and makes Skull's a regular stop for late-night revelers.

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Skull's Rainbow Room

As part of an ongoing effort to renovate the historic Printers Alley corridor, old favorites like Skull's Rainbow Room are returning for a second run. Established in 1948, Skull's shut its doors for 16 long years after the death of its original, only to reemerge under new management in 2015. And post-hiatus, the place is better than ever. With a bevy of post-Prohibition cocktails, regular live music, and a menu of elevated pub grub, it's quickly become a favorite after-work stop for those in the neighborhood or pre-show hang for theater-goers heading around the corner to a TPAC. Twice a night the place puts on burlesque dance shows, which rounds out the old-school vibe and makes Skull's a regular stop for late-night revelers.