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The world famous Nudie’s Honky Tonk on Broadway resides in a 100 year old historic three story building housing millions of dollars of rare country music memorabilia, stage costumes, multiple bars, two stages and a stunning rooftop deck featuring the best live music in Nashville. Don’t miss our Southern style comfort food prepared with down home Music City hospitality.

Open daily, you’ll see iconic pop culture clothing made by renowned tailor Nudie Cohn who created costumes for Hank Williams, Gene Autry, Johnny Cash, John Lennon, Bob Dylan, Roy Rogers, Elton John and dozens of others, including Elvis Presley’s famous gold lame’ suit. You’ll marvel at Nudie’s own customized Cadillac El Dorado “Nudie Mobile” which hangs on the wall and is insured for $400,000.

Located at 409 Broadway in downtown Nashville, you’ll see the longest bar in Music City measuring over 100 feet embedded with nearly 10,000 silver dollars. Come on down!


Nudie Cohn (1902-1984) was a Ukrainian born tailor who became famous in America for his decorative rhinestone-covered suits, popularly known at "Nudie Suits." He designed elaborate outfits for some of the most famous celebrities of his era and was also famous for his customized automobiles which included silver-dollar studded dashboards, pistol door handles and gearshifts, extended rear bumpers, and large longhorn steer hood ornaments. One of his customized "Nudie Mobiles" (a Cadillac El Dorado) now adorns a wall on the main stage of Nudie's Honky Tonk and is insured for $400,000.

Nudie dressed everyone from Ronald Reagan to John Wayne, and created the $10,000 gold lamé suit worn by Elvis Presley on the cover of his "50,000 Elvis Fans Can't be Wrong" album.  Nudie is seen here with some of the stars he dressed, including Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, John Wayne and more.

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