music city series: White Limozeen

Welcome back to the Music City Series! This post is special because instead of discussing one area of town, I’ll be discussing one of the newest and hottest rooftop bars in Nashville, plus the hotel that it calls home. White Limozeen opened its doors on July 17th and has already caught the eye of Nashville celebrities, lovers of Dolly Parton, and the infamous Bachelorette parties. By luck, my roommate, Delaney, was able to get reservations, and we were able to check this place out!

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White Limozeen is named after Dolly Parton’s title track of her twenty-ninth studio album, “White Limozeen.” The inside of White Limozeen features the color pink from the floor to the ceiling and a wall with a piano mural, while the outside sports a Governor’s Pool and a Dolly Parton statue made of chicken wire.

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While the menu items aren’t cheap, this is a place to get unique cocktails and French-inspired cuisine. I tried the Another Day in Paradise, while Delaney tried the Lightning Bug and Pisces Season. For a snack, we shared the Fresh Baked Bread and the Cheeses.

See the full menu HERE.

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While White Limozeen has been receiving much praise, it isn’t the only cool part of the Graduate. The Graduate lobby features a mural of Minnie Pearl, many unique seating options, and a cafe. Additionally, if you book your stay at the Graduate, you can sleep under a portrait of Dolly Parton.

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The Graduate hotel/White Limozeen is the perfect place for a night out with the girls. You can make your reservation for White Limozeen HERE.

Note: Valet parking was only $5 for a Tuesday night, but there is also free street parking nearby if you don’t mind a walk.

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