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Soulful, Coal-Roasted Plates and delectable oak-smoked meats in an Inspiring Setting   

 

Welcome to Butchertown Hall, where we patiently cook exciting food with soul, both primitive and contemporary.

Utilizing a 36 square-foot open fire hearth as well as a custom-built high-capacity smoker, Terry Raley conceptualized a concept resting at the intersection of the Texas Hill Country barbecue culture in which he grew up, and the historic butcher shop culture of this very neighborhood. Our menus borrow from the marriage of Spanish, Mexican and Eastern European influences. Expect delicately charred garden vegetables alongside the finest wood-fired premium cuts, craft tacos, Tex-Mex standards, and the finest brisket outside of Austin (just ask around).

Enjoy our expansive beer garden, complete with a list of specialty craft brews made especially for our restaurant, superior margaritas and craft cocktails, and Nashville's most extensive agave collection.

We prefer to be available for our neighborhood 7 days a week, for lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch.

...and if you're looking for a killer space for your next important gathering and/or private event, reach out or stop on in. Hope to see you soon!

Hours: M-TH 11am-10pm, Fri 11am-11pm, sat 10am-11pm, sun 10am-10pm

Location: 1416 4th Ave N, Nashville TN 37208

Phone: 615-454-3634

 

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FOOD


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 has worked with a myriad of local and regional breweries to provide BH with a 20-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.
— jetsetter.com