Nashville Rooftop Bar Lets You Get Drunk In Heated Christmas Igloos

The holidays tend to keep us all pretty busy. Whether we are working overtime on the job or we are working around the clock to put together an awesome holiday gathering, there is no shortage of tasks that need to be taken care of. However, we are here to provide you with a word about a holiday gathering that you simply will not want to miss….for any reason!

Bobby Hotel’s Nashville rooftop bar is the place to be this Christmas. This is one location that understands what we need out of the holidays and is willing to deliver. They have crafted heated rooftop igloos that are designed to increase your holiday enjoyment. Just imagine having a heated area that you are able to get drunk in, whenever you feel like it.

Thanks to this location, this dream has now become a reality. There is also a varied drink menu at this bar. You are not going to be limited to a simple glass of wine. At Bobby Hotel’s, you can enjoy spiked eggnog, hot chocolate or apple cider. Their food is nothing to sneeze at, either. Various meats and cheeses are on hand for all visitors.

Grilled man’oushe and short rib nachos are also available. These igloos are not actually filled with snow, by the way. They are simply designed to evoke a certain feeling. While we have yet to check out this location for ourselves, it is safe to say that they have succeeded. Each igloo has its own electric wood burning stove and there are also pillows on hand for the weary ones.

Eight to ten people can fit inside one of these igloos and card games are provided. Classic Christmas films play in the background while you enjoy your drink. If you would like to find out more about this bar and how you can make your own reservation, please free to give Bobby Hotel’s a call at 615-600-5400. Reservations aren’t required but the igloos are first come, first served.

This is quite the winter wonderland, isn’t it? We are jealous of all the Nashville residents who get to spend time at this location on a regular basis. It should be noted that the igloos do come with a $400 minimum for food and drink. Are you going to book a trip to this city next Christmas? How do you feel about this idea? Be sure to pass this story along and start the conversation!

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