Catch a Burlesque Show at Skull's Rainbow Room
Today, 11:00a - 2:00a
Dark lighting, hard wood floors and an old-school vibe come together to create a killer ambiance. Stop in for a dinner date or a sexy burlesque show.
The original Skull's Rainbow Room first opened its doors in 1948 when the price of a T-bone steak was just 40 cents. Today, while the prices have increased (bummer, we know) you can find the same old-school vibe. Walk in and you'll find the original menu on the wall, black and white tile on the stage and plenty of vintage decor. What has changed? The quality of the food and cocktail list is bangin'. Expect to cut into a perfectly cooked and seasoned filet, to savor lightly charred pan-seared scallops and to bite into a decadent chocolate cake.
What pairs well with indulgent flavors? Burlesque, of course! Performers take the stage along with a live band Monday–Thursday at 10p and 12p, Friday–Saturday at 11p and 12a and Sundays at 9p and 10p. Stop in for a show and toast to the original owner, David "Skull" Schulman. He'd be proud to see you sippin' on his signature drink, The Skull, made with George Dickel 8 year, lemon, sage honey and blood orange soda.
Pro tip: Reservations are accepted, so plan ahead to ensure a seat!
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Skull's Rainbow Room
222 Printers Alley
Nashville, TN 37201
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