Dolly Parton-Inspired Rooftop Bar Opens In Nashville

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Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Blake Shelton, and Alan Jackson are just a few of the country stars who have their names on Nashville eating establishments. While each of these places are amazing in their own right, it only seems fitting that country queen Dolly Parton would be the latest inspiration for a hot new Nashville hangout.

Named after Dolly Parton’s 1989 album and song White Limozeen, the rooftop restaurant and bar found atop The Graduate Nashville Hotel is a Dolly-lover’s dream come true.

The establishment opened to the public on July 17, 2020, and, if social media posts are any indication of its opening weekend success, this place is going to be a must-stay for out-of-towners and locals alike.

“We wanted it to feel really approachable and really feasible for everyone to be there, everyone to have a good time, whether you’re drinking a can of Natty Light, or you’re ordering caviar,” developer Marc Rose said. “And if you order that caviar, we expect you to spill it on your shirt because you’re having such a good time.”

One look at photos from the space will make it clear that it will be nearly impossible not to have a good time. Loaded with all shades of pink, including crushed velvet chairs and pink walls, gold trim, crystal chandeliers, tassels and fringe can be seen throughout the indoor and outdoor space of the White Limozeen. A statue of Parton made out of chicken wire is the main attraction and can be seen from the bar, the pool and the restaurant.

Check out some of the photos of the White Limozeen below and let us know what you think!

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