Nightlife in Glasgow

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Big HD screens, a menu of savory pub fare, and hospitable, scantily kilted servers, whom the restaurant calls cast members, populate the Tilted Kilt’s lively, Celtic-inspired consumption quarters. Congenial nights kick off with a mouthwatering appetizer, such as the Tilted Kilt irish nachos, whose freshly cooked potato chips arrive sporting a delectable cheese sauce, seasoned ground beef, and tomatoes, or the roasted garlic fries tossed in garlic butter and parmesan cheese. Dining duos return from rousing billiards games to celebrate sunken 8 balls or puzzle over levitating cue balls with creatively topped flatbread pizzas, or the classic Big Arse hamburger, a 10-ounce patty of choice ground chuck delivered by mini-kilt-clad waitresses. Amid a sea of sports-tuned HDTVs, soda and coffee hydrate throats parched from shouting answers during Wednesday trivia or from shouting improvised choruses at live-music performers on most Fridays.

230 E Main St
Hendersonville,
TN
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The carpenters of circular sustenance at Jolly Ollie's Pizza and Pub furnish guests with a varied menu of cheeseworks and more. Feel free to fill abdominal aquariums with the fish and chips appetizer, a platter of three lightly breaded cod filets flanked by steak fries ($5.99). Or commemorate cartoon ocular conditions with the Popeye pizza, which sails spinach leaves through rivulets of olive oil anchored by feta and mozzarella. Meanwhile, the Maui WoWee pizza boasts a doughy archipelago of pineapple, mushroom, and canadian bacon swathed in the warm embrace of melted cheese ($9–$17). Diners looking to bookend their ingredients instead can nosh grinders such as the tangy barbecue chicken ($6.95) and the veggie supreme, which comes drizzled in italian dressing ($6.95). Like Little League games or small-claims court hearings, guests' activities are best supplemented by a goblet of domestic beer ($2.25) or premium suds such as Fat Tire, Sam Adam, and Yuengling ($3; alcohol must be paired with a food item).

393 E Main St
Hendersonville,
TN
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Recognized by Maxim as one of the best bars in the country to watch a big game, Sam’s All American Sports Grill consistently climbs to the tops of rankings. In fact, Zagat featured the grill on its Sports Bar Food Tour, and Bleacher Report affirms that Sam’s will “certainly enhance any game-day experience.” Inside, 16 beers on tap fill glasses, while friendly staffers serve burgers and handcrafted pizzas, pirouetting between tables with the finesse of a running back on roller skates. As diners kick back beneath the glow of mounted high-definition TVs, Sam’s team of chefs work hard behind the scenes, making soups, sauces, and dressings from scratch daily.

300 Indian Lake Blvd
Hendersonville,
TN
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Scan Cody's menu of traditional New England pub fare to sink teeth into chicken wings, fresh garden salads, juicy burgers, BLTs, and more. Try a hot chicken sandwich to experience a French Canadian specialty consisting of roasted pulled chicken piled on toasted white bread and served with french fries, all covered in special St. Hubert's spicy-brown gravy ($8.95). Nautical diners can try the bread-dijon salmon, a center cut salmon fillet in a dijon-mustard wash ($18.99), while landlubbers can opt for an 8-ounce filet mignon ($21.99).

1201 Twelve Stones Xing
Goodlettsville,
TN
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Cragnacker's Bar & Grill simultaneously satisfies appetites for fresh grub and amusement, dishing out a diverse spread of classic pub eats amid a collection of fun-dispensing attractions. Dining duos commence feasting by tag-teaming a pile of wings, which are served mild or cloaked in a sauce hot enough to melt tableside ice sculptures.

4700 Old Hickory Blvd
Old Hickory,
TN
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27 Drive-In carries on the classic American tradition of watching the silver screen from the reclined seats of an automobile. On Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at around 8:30 p.m., two towering screens show recent cinematic releases to audience members cozily nestled in laughing Hondas, transfixed Volvos, and sobbing Saturns. Movie-goers motor through a two-lane ticket booth before parking and dialing the radio to an FM station broadcasting the movie’s sound. Anticipated flicks such as Contagion enthrall viewers this September, and the Twilight sequel, Breaking Dawn: Part I will cause theater grass to do sit-ups to withstand getting flattened by the horde of oncoming vehicles.

5270 S Hwy. 27
Somerset,
KY
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