New Spot: The Patterson House to Dabble in “Cocktail Culture”

Yay! Nashvillians will soon have a new spot to hang at night. The Patterson House is set to open its doors on Division Street (formerly Patrick’s) this spring. Nashville restaurateurs Benjamin Goldberg (Bar Twenty3- pictured) and Max Goldberg (Aerial- pictured) have paired with well-known cocktail consultants Toby Maloney and Jason Cott of Alchemy Consulting, to announce the opening of the bar and restaurant.

According to a press release, “The Patterson House is a throwback to the Pre-Prohibition era when cocktails and conversation were the standards of a refined nightlife. All drinks will be made with precise amounts of spirits, house made syrups, house made bitters and eight different types of twice-filtered ice. It will feature classic cocktails such as the Manhattan and the Old Fashioned, but will also include many of Maloney’s drink creations, including the Juliet & Romeo, which was named one of the top drinks in the country by GQ magazine.

A 68-foot bar top with 30 stools will give patrons at The Patterson House the perfect vantage point to experience the art and precision necessary to craft these libations. Dark wood and leather banquettes will provide a feeling of intimacy for those who wish to socialize at tables. The Patterson House is designed to encourage two things – viewing the show behind the bar and conversing with the company you keep.”

“The drinks at The Patterson House are made with incredible skill and precision, and every amount of every ingredient, right down to the ice, is what makes these cocktails stand out,” said Benjamin Goldberg. “It was something so unique and so truly inspiring that I knew we had to bring it to Nashville.”

The Patterson House will also feature food ranging from small bites to unique desserts. The cool part- all items will be $11 or less.


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