222 Printers Aly, Nashville, Tennessee 37201, United States
Skull's Rainbow Room
Originally opened in 1948, Skull’s Rainbow Room is one of the most celebrated and acclaimed dining experiences in Music City. Located at 222 Printers Alley in the basement of the historic
Southern Turf Building, guests flock to taste, sip and experience the legendary dining and entertainment that has made Skull's the cornerstone of Nashville's historic Printer's Alley district.
Signature craft cocktails masterfully created by skilled bartenders make Skull's THE craft cocktail bar in Music City. An award-winning dinner menu created by Chef Gannon Leary showcases his Coastal fusion of American cuisine honed to perfection across his nearly three-decade career in the culinary industry. Savor the many delicious libations and live jazz bands featured nightly at Nashville’s only downtown jazz lounge. Skull's also showcases a late night burlesque show several nights a
week, featuring Music City's loveliest dancers.
Since 1948, Skull's Rainbow Room has been the cornerstone of Nashville's legendary Printer's Alley. Founded by David "Skull" Schulman, the restaurant and nightclub has featured artists such as Etta James, Elvis Presley, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, Paul McCartney, and Bob Dylan on the legendary checkerboard stage. We are proud to continue Skull's historic legacy with a critically acclaimed menu, live jazz music nightly, and burlesque performances Wednesday - Saturday nights.