Book your holiday parties in our private lounge today! : Contact Graham Griffith (graham@butchertownhall.com)

 

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A few details about us:

     We offer our guests warm hospitality in a casual, yet inspiring setting. We cook exciting food with soul, sustainably utilizing primitive wood-fired cooking techniques for sandwiches, brisket and handmade sausage by the pound, Tex-Mex favorites, and premium cuts cooked over our Infierno Argentinian-Style grill. 

     We also feature an expansive beer garden, complete with a list of superior brews made especially for us by the city's finest breweries.

     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!

//Note on Location// :

Butchertown Hall is NOT the sandwich shop on the same street with the word "Butcher" in its title. We are three blocks down from that shop, at the 1400 block of 4th Ave.

Hours 

Mon-Thu : 11a-10p

Fri : 11a-11p  

Sat : 10a-11p  

Sun : 10a-10p

Phone

615-454-3634

LOCation

1416 Fourth Avenue North/Nashville

(PLEASE SEE SIDE NOTE)
 

FOOD


Beer Garden!

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 private selection of custom brews. We also have a barrel-aged beer program overseen by Black Abbey, a “real ale” cask program, as well as exclusive European brews for a total of 30 taps, Germantown's largest and finest selection.

Visit us in our lovely beer garden!


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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