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#71 Robert's Western World (Nashville, Tennessee)

Home of traditional country music, rockabilly, and more (and host to a much-loved house band, Brazilbilly), Robert’s Western World is a legendary Nashville honky-tonk. Plenty of stars of the Grand Ole Opry and actors on shows like “Hee Haw” and “Nashville Now” have called the place home in the years since it opened, on the site of what was once a famous steel guitar factory. Currently owned by singer Jesse Lee Jones, the Tennessee bar brings back the Golden Era of country music and pays homage to its past with quintessential hillbilly flair: shelves of boots, fresh-grilled Angus burgers, fried bologna sandwiches — piled high with seven slices of bologna and served slightly grilled with lettuce and tomato — moon pies, live music, and cold PBR.


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