5 Places to Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Nashville

New Year’s Eve looks a lot different than it did last year — and probably will look even more different in another year. While the city, as well as much of the rest of the world, continues to grapple with the ongoing impact of the pandemic, we still found five places to celebrate ringing in 2022 in style.

1. Sambuca

Start your New Year’s Eve off with an early dinner at Sambuca, located in downtown Nashville. Enjoy live music and a special menu which includes shrimp and crab bisque, chili-rubbed jumbo scallops, a min-dessert trio, special cocktails and more.

601 12th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203

2. Emmy Squared

Emmy Squared is offering a special New Year’s Eve menu, which includes truffled burrata, a white pizza with truffle cheese, pistachio and honey, salmon caviar tots and more. Bonus: Emmy Squared will also offer a special New Year’s day Hangover Brunch as well.

404 12th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203

3. Sadie’s

Enjoy one of Nashville’s newest eateries, by feasting on an elevated take on their regular menu, which is described as “Mexican flare influenced by Mediterranean flavors.” Special cocktails and wines by the glass will also be available, along with menu items that include truffled hand-cut fries, filet mignon, chocolate fondue and more.

1200 Villa Place. Nashville, TN 37212

4. Old Crow Medicine Show with Special Guest Keb’ Mo’ at the Ryman

What better place to ring in the new year than at the Ryman? Enjoy Old Crow Medicine Show, with Keb’ Mo’ as their special guest, at the Ryman Auditorium. Show starts at 9:00 PM CT.

5. Nashville’s Big Bash

Watch all of your favorite performers take the stage together for one unforgettable night. Hosted by Bobby Bones and Entertainment Tonight‘s Rachel Smith, the show, which will air live from Skydeck at Assembly Hall, will include performances by  Lady ACarly PearceChris JansonSam HuntJon PardiLainey Wilson, Jason AldeanJimmie AllenKelsea BalleriniGabby BarrettDierks BentleyBrooks & DunnLuke BryanElle KingMiranda Lambert, Darius RuckerBlake Shelton, Cole Swindell and the Zac Brown Band. The in-person event is sold out, so grab some drinks and snacks and watch it all from the comfort of your own home. Nashville’s Big Bash will air beginning at 8:00 PM ET on CBS.