The Supper Club
Justin Timberlake and 12-time James Beard Award-nominee and restaurant innovator Sam Fox launched the most highly anticipated, fine-dining restaurant opening in Nashville this fall, debuting on Upper Broadway with a dapper-as-hell, 400-seat Supper Club in a progressive, three-story experience rooted in the city’s promise of art and life, connecting people to food, drink, music and each other.
A classic, 19th-Century supper club, where dining, entertainment and design collide, where friends old and new unite to experience undiscovered acts, household names, DJs or an impromptu jam session by music’s biggest stars, any night of the week.
The Twelve Thirty Club is located at Fifth + Broadway, which spans an entire Nashville city block in Music City’s most sought-after locale, with a modern take on a classic, 19th-Century supper club, where dining, entertainment and design collide, where friends old and new unite to experience undiscovered acts, household names, DJs or an impromptu jam session by music’s biggest stars, any night of the week.
“We really drew our inspiration from the supper club era, cabaret music, food, drink and places of the 30s and the 40s and the 50s,” Fox, founder of Author & Edit Hospitality and James Beard Award-nominee said. “It has some sort of nostalgic feeling in here.”
“Years of labor and love went into finely crafting every detail of this truly immersive, fine-dining experience,” said Fox. “Each level of The Twelve Thirty Club is completely unique unto itself when it comes to the menu, cocktail program and design.
“Nashville is a city unlike any other. Sam and I wanted The Twelve Thirty Club to stand out and celebrate the different people and cultures that make this place so special. It’s stylish and sophisticated, but still has an unmistakable energy driven by music. We aim to set the tone for what Upper Broadway is and what it has the potential to be. It has been really cool to see it all come together,” said Timberlake.
The Supper Club menu begins with luxurious starters like Wagyu Steak Tartare and a creative selection of breads like Truffle Cheese Garlic Toast with Smoked Mozzarella, Ricotta, Fontina and Shaved Black Truffle.
The over-the-top raw bar takes centerstage with the Pressed Yellowtail & Avocado sushi with Yuzu Kosho, Crispy Garlic, Toasted Sesame and Chile Honey and a selection of the freshest East and West Coast Oysters on the Half Shell with accouterments like Chowchow Mignonette.
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The food and drink menu pays homage to classic steakhouse dishes with a whimsical twist, like the Magic Iceberg Wedge salad
It also includes an exclusive selection of prime, grass-fed, and bone-in steak cuts; decadent entrees like Lobster Spaghetti “Al Limone” with Butter, Herbs, and Toasted Garlic Crumble and Crispy Stuffed Chicken with Prosciutto, Scamorza, Kale, and Roasted Tomato Broth, and sides that will steal the show—think Crunchy Thick Hashbrown with Maple Glazed Black Pepper Bacon and a Fried Egg.
All of this comes with an impressive wine collection of more than 1,800 bottles housed in the custom-built, well-curated wine wall.
The beverage program offers both craft and classic. Craft celebrates the art of the craft cocktail movement with house-made infusions, fresh ingredients and rare spirits. Classic is perfectly defined by the Madison Avenue Martini, whether it’s ordered dirty, dry or drenched.
The multi-concept venue by the actor and James Beard Award-nominee duo has three food and drink venues in addition to The Supper Club.
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The Honky Tonk resides on the first level of The Twelve Thirty Club that debuted as an energetic and elevated Honky Tonk that plays host to Nashville’s rising and well-known stars with live music nightly and an approachable menu with Pork Belly Dumplings, the 12/30 Burger and the All-Day Egg Sandwich.
Honorary Member is found by ascending a staircase to the mezzanine level, with an intimate, 50-person cocktail lounge. The Rooftop Bar adjoins The Supper Club on the second level, with commanding views of The Ryman, Bridgestone Arena and Lower Broadway. The ultra-chic, garden-style outdoor setting invites guests to gather and toast the night away under a canopy of stars while listening to the latest DJs.