Red Phone Booth Nashville Code. This swank nashville speakeasy requires a secret phone number. While the classy establishment is open to the public, guests will need to secure a secret phone number from a friend, member or concierge and dial it into a restored london antique red phone booth to gain entry.
On my visit to the red phone booth i was given a card from the concierge at the hotel nearby that i was staying at. $$$$ • cocktail bar, cigar bar. The entry code is not made public, so guests must get it from a member or friend.
You Need To Be A Member To Get The Code.
$$$$ • cocktail bar, cigar bar. Make sure to check out the dress code guidelines before you go. 20 reviews #311 of 1,520 restaurants in nashville $$$$ american pizza neapolitan.
The 5200 Square Foot Upscale Cocktail Lounge Will Be Open Daily And Offer Classic Craft Cocktails Including Rare Bourbon, Whiskey, Scotch And Japanese Whisky Selections.
And the selections of drinks and cigars are complete. 136 rosa l parks blvd, nashville. Go to the address and in the red phone booth dial the number.
Visiting Guests Must Know A Member Or Someone With The Code Who Can Provide A Phone Number To Call From Inside The Genuine 2,000 Lb Antique London Red Phone Booth.
Effective 12/5/2019 (grand opening), there is a new code. This is the ‘secret’ entrance to one of nashville’s newest hotspots, appropriately named red phone booth. If we’ve never met, you’ll have to somehow prove to me that you’re indeed a lady and/or gentleman who can be trusted with the access code to red phone booth.
However, We Don’t Give Out The Code.
It had the 10 digit number i had to dial on the rotary phone in the phone booth. For more information visit their website here. After prospering in atlanta, red phone booth brings its 1920s speakeasy concept to downtown nashville at 136 rosa parks blvd.
Red Phone Booth Is Open In A 100+ Year Old Rehabbed Building On Rosa Parks Boulevard (Near Hume Fogg Hs).
For more speakeasies in tennessee, check out the renowned patterson house that will also take you back to the roaring '20s. Payphone still may be found at shopping malls, public buildings, transit stops, gas stations and convenience stores. I read all over that you have to use a phone number in the red phone booth to get into the back area.