Warm hospitality in a casual, inspiring setting...


       Utilizing our two main workhorses, a 9-foot open fire hearth and a custom-built high-capacity smoker, we patiently craft exciting food with soul, both primitive and contemporary. Butchertown Hall is an homage to the intersection of Terry Raley's Texas Hill Country roots, and the historic Czech and German butcher shop culture that once lined the residential streets of early Germantown.  Raley's cuisine at Butchertown is nourished by an upbringing in a food culture borne from the marriage of rich Spanish, German, and Czech settlement. Here you can expect delicately charred garden vegetables alongside the finest wood-fired premium cuts, craft tacos and Tex-Mex favorites, and the finest brisket outside of Austin.

     We also feature an expansive beer garden, complete with a list of specialty craft brews made especially for Butchertown Hall, superior margaritas and craft cocktails, and Nashville's most extensive agave collection.

     Butchertown Hall is always open, 7 days a week, for lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch.

     Our glorious indoor and outdoor spaces are also available for private events, so please contact us for your next important gathering.  

Please join us soon!


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Mon-Thu : 11a-10p

Fri : 11a-11p  

Sat : 10a-11p  

Sun : 10a-10p




1416 Fourth Avenue North/Nashville



germantown's finest place for a drink

Butchertown Hall is located at Morgan Park, and Germantown’s first beer hall since 1909. Curator Daniel King, who also works with our sister restaurant, The Pharmacy Burger Parlor, has worked with a myriad of local and regional breweries to provide BH with a 30-plus selection of custom and exclusive European brews. Bar manager Clay Franklin has amassed a reputation as one of the finest cocktailian bartenders around, and as the maker of the finest Margarita in the city. Come grab a seat in our award-winning beer garden, or grab a stool at Germantown's busiest and best Happy Hour.

2,000-plus square foot space will pay homage to Germantown’s historical roots as a German immigrant neighborhood lined with butcher shops.
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