Who wants to pull an all-nighter at The Diner with me? Or maybe at Scoreboard?!
The Tennessee House has approved a bill for two bars in Nashville to go from serving alcohol (legally) from 8am – 3am, to serving alcohol for 23 hours a day. The only hour you cannot order is from 3am to 4am. Twenty-three hours a day, seven days a week. The two bars in Nashville participating are The Diner in the downtown area and Scoreboard Bar & Grill in the Opryland area.
The Diner is on board because they want to cater to employees with late-night work hours (like yours truly), and to serve as an overnight room service option for hotels.
Before you get too excited, the bill is ready for Senate floor vote.
Now if we could just have a happy hour from midnight to 2am, that’d be great. 😉
Read more of the story from Fox 17 here.