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Nashville, TN

Dining Room at The Patterson House, Nashville, TN




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The Patterson House in Nashville is named for Malcolm R. Patterson, governor of the Volunteer State in 1909, who vetoed the bill that brought Prohibition to Tennessee. Dapper bartenders use boutique spirits, seasonal fruit and house-made cordials, bitters and syrups to create classic cocktails and more modern libations, such as Don Lee's Bacon Old Fashioned. Nibbles range from chicken liver mousse and shrimp corn dogs to s'mores for dessert.

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