The Hermitage Hotel

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Culinary Traditions

Jack's Mule Cocktail

Jack's Mule Cocktail

Suffrage High Tea

Suffrage High Tea

Jack's Mule Cocktail

Jack's Mule Cocktail

Suffrage High Tea

Suffrage High Tea

The Capitol Grille is the oldest and longest-running Southern restaurant in the state. Open since 1910, this restaurant has had a long history of serving delicious food and providing an unparalleled experience to its visitors.

Located next to the Capitol Grille, the Oak Bar is a historic location that can trace it’s roots back to Tennessee’s prohibition era. This bar has been open since 1910, and is known for having one of the largest collections of bourbons in Nashville – a 208-bottle library.

The Hermitage Hotel maintains a commitment to serving fresh and local ingredients at both of their dining options. Through a partnership with the Land Trust for Tennessee that began in 2008, the hotel has been able to participate in the conservation of over 85,000 acres of land. The hotel runs a heirloom garden on the Land Trust’s historic Glen Leven property – a property they helped restore. Today the heirloom garden produces crops for the hotel’s seasonal menu offerings.

Every Thursday through Saturday, guests can experience the Suffrage High Tea series. Inspired by the history of the Woman's Suffrage Moment at the Hermitage Hotel, guests can enjoy tea, scones, and sandwiches while learning about the events that occured at the hotel leading up to the ratification of the 19th Amendment.

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