Welcome to Wedgewood-Houston, one of the most unique neighborhoods in Nashville! Located just south of Downtown, the neighborhood is home to some of Nashville’s most exciting bars, restaurants and other businesses–and, of course, Nashville SC.Less
Meet Wedgewood-Houston’s newest gem, GEODIS Park! Home of Nashville SC since 2022, the state-of-the-art soccer stadium boasts the largest seating capacity for a soccer-specific stadium in the United States. With a brick, wood and steel design meant to match the rest of the neighborhood, “The Castle” is a home for soccer in Nashville. Come on N and see a match or a concert this season!
There’s no better lunchtime institution in Wedgewood-Houston than Gabby’s Burgers and Fries. Open since 2009, Gabby’s is known for its impeccably-built burgers, crispy fries and grilled hot dogs. Plus, look for its secret menu to get unique burgers and hot dogs named after some Nashville icons. The walls are adorned with notable Nashvillians that have dined there, plus memorabilia from the city’s teams. Gabby’s is only open for lunch, so head there early to get your burgers!
Looking for a nice thin crust pizza and a cold drink in a relaxing atmosphere? You’ve come to the right place. Dicey’s, opened in 2022, brings its unique tavern style pizza and sandwiches to Wedgewood-Houston. Enjoy its wide-ranging menu, cocktails and extensive beer list on its outdoor patio on Chestnut Street. Just follow the big neon sign out front!
There is no more unique barber shop in the city than The Handsomizer. Located on Bransford Avenue next to GEODIS Park, the shop is a one-chair operation run by Stephen Mason, also known as Soccer Moses. A mural of Nashville’s soccer prophet adorns the building housing The Handsomizer shop. Come in for a cut, shave and a friendly conversation about the Boys in Gold.
It’s the holidays year-round at Santa’s Pub, located just steps from GEODIS Park on Bransford Avenue. The longtime Music City dive karaoke bar is decorated for Christmas all year round. Stop in for a cold beer and sing your heart out on one of Nashville’s most unique stages. Santa’s is cash-only, so make sure to hit the ATM before you go.
Diskin Cider is Nashville’s go-to destination for craft hard cider. The locally owned and operated cidery features all of its mainstay ciders on tap, as well as its rotating seasonal selection. With space indoors and on its patio, there’s no better place to enjoy a cold cider. Plus, enjoy special trivia nights and other events throughout the year.
A modern touch in the heart of Wedgewood-Houston, pH Craft Cocktails is pouring some of Nashville’s most unique drinks. Located next door to Diskin Cider, stop by this Nashville SC pub partner to catch a road match, or just to sip on a unique concoction by one of the bar’s skilled bartenders. The bar also offers mixology classes for those wanting to create their own libations.
Located just down Wedgeweood Ave from GEODIS Park, Smokin’ Thighs has been a longtime favorite of Nashville SC supporters. Opened in 2012 as a food truck before opening a full-service restaurant in 2014, Smokin’ Thighs serves smoked chicken in the form of wings, plates and sandwiches with a wide variety of sides and other items. With a covered patio and TVs throughout, Smokin’ Thighs is a great spot to grab a bite to eat before heading to a Nashville SC match or enjoying a night out.
A fan favorite on Nashville SC matchdays, Lucky’s Three Star Bar is located a short walk down 4th Ave/Nolensville Pike from GEODIS Park. Lucky’s boasts a dive-bar feel with all the modern amenities. Enjoy a cold pre or post-match drink and watch other sports on one of its many TVs. On a nice day, enjoy their patio as you get ready to cheer on the Boys in Gold or hit one of the other nearby Wedgewood-Houston bars.
Get your morning started right or your afternoon jumpstarted at Humphreys Street Coffee. In addition to making coffee, the shop is giving back to the community with every visit. Humphreys Street Coffee was born out of a desire to raise up leaders within our neighborhood by creating jobs, providing mentorship opportunities, and teaching job skills that empower youth. 100% of profits are reinvested into programs and scholarships that support their students.