MainStay Suites Fort Campbell
115 Fairbrook Place
Clarksville, TN 37043
Phone: (931) 648-3400
Fax: (931) 648-0404
115 Fairbrook Place , Clarksville, TN, US, 37043
- Phone: (931) 648-3400
- Fax: (931) 648-0404
Bars & Cafes
This gourmet grocery doubles as a bistro. Eggs and croissants with a hot cup of coffee start the day; deli sandwiches and pasta dishes are favorites at lunchtime. Don't know what to prepare for dinner? Take home an entire gourmet meal, ready to be served in minutes. Choose from fresh salads and vegetables, roasted duck, chicken and fish. Select a loaf of fresh baked bread and a chocolate or fruit dessert, and you're meal is complete.
The décor is simple and understated, yet elegant and tasteful. Linen tablecloths, dark woods and glass accents lend themselves well to the romantic atmosphere. Start your meal with an outrageously tasty Caesar salad. Choose one of the fresh seafood entrees or a thick, juicy steak so tender it literally falls off the bone. Southwestern chicken pasta is a hot and spicy selection. Alcohol and soft beverages are served.
Sometimes forgotten amidst the mass of other eateries near Lion's Head Cinema, Dalt's classic American diner made a name for itself with simple, elegant food and outstanding service. Malts, shakes and burgers are standard fare here, but they are far from ordinary; they are made with real milk and are thick and creamy; burgers are enormous and come dressed with everything from mushrooms and Swiss cheese to slices of smoked turkey. The best selection on the menu is the chicken salad quesadilla, but the eclectic menu has something for everyone. A visit here is not complete without the chocolate malt.
Trendy coffee shops are common in Nashville, but the 22nd Street Cafe is different in that also serves up great live jazz and blues. The shop is frequented by college students and young professionals looking for a good cup of java and a chance to unwind. The atmosphere here is relaxing and artistic. Paintings and drawings by local artists hang on the walls. Try the caramel flavored coffee, it's a tasty and original blend.
The food here at Kobe Steaks is delicious, but it takes a back seat to the flamboyance of the chefs who prepare it. Hibachi-style grills are the stage on which these culinary performers prepare your meal with daring and drama. The flying knives and spinning spatulas dazzle you, as your choice of steak, shrimp or chicken is cooked along with rice, vegetables and other goodies. This is a great place for casual business dining or a first date. It promises outstanding value and an entertaining night out!
Possibly the city's oldest watering hole, Springwater Supper Club & Lounge has been here so long that the current owner does not even know when it was first built. Just be glad it was, because there's no place like it in town. Nothing fancy about the interior, which consists of a large room with a good stage and bar. The crowd is interesting most nights, but not nearly as interesting as the music. Bands, from country to punk rock, take the stage every weekend. There is never a cover charge nor a dull moment here.
Located in the middle of the Elliston "Rock Block," this unassuming nightspot called The End provides alternative music lovers a place to see their favorite local artists. The room is small, but the stage is always rocking with the latest of Nashville's aspiring rock stars. In the bar, the quietest spot in the club, you can carry on a conversation, but you don't come to The End to talk. You come here to dance, listen to great live music and see who else actually found a parking space in this busy district. Parking is a problem, so the big lot near Vanderbilt University across the street is your best bet.
Your meal begins with a bucket of peanuts and perhaps a drink from the bar. Toss the shells on the floor and sip your favorite import or domestic brew while you wait for your table. Select a seat outdoors on the patio during warmer months. What's good to eat here? Burgers are the staple. Thick, juicy and full of flavor, these American classics are the best in town. Other menu mainstays include chicken club sandwiches, pasta dishes and enormous salads. Bring your friends and a hearty appetite and enjoy an evening among the peanuts.
Blackstone is a great choice for casual dining with a group of friends. The pizzas here are of the build-your-own variety with ample amounts of vegetables, meats and cheeses, and your choice of crust. The real draw is the beer. All varieties are brewed on-site and include something for everyone, lager, ale, pilsner, stout, pale, you name it, they brew it.
Voted Nashville's "Most Romantic Restaurant" in a recent local newspaper poll, this classically elegant favorite stands out from the rest by serving American fare in an intimate atmosphere. The menu includes fresh seafood, steaks, veal, and pork along with an award-winning wine list. A wide selection of homemade sandwiches, pastas, salads and desserts complete the menu.
Downtown business deals, marriage proposals and special nights out require elegant dining. There are few places more elegant than Morton's. Guests are greeted by a friendly hostess and directed to the comfortable bar to wait for their table. The bar is amply stocked with imported and domestic beers, along with fine wine. Once seated in the dark, wood-paneled dining room you will discover the real charm of this restaurant—the food. Steaks and seafood are impressive and served alongside fresh vegetables. Bread and salads complete an elegant, albeit expensive meal.
Everyone has seen a place like this on television before. It is the stereotypical country bar: loud music, cold beer and barely enough room to stand. And it is absolutely wonderful! Fiddle and Steel features live country music every night at 7 pm, and the bartenders keep the brew flowing all night long. The wait staff is friendly, and the service is good. It is a cash only bar, hand no food is served here. This place is all about the music.