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Drifters

615-262-2776  •  $$
ADDRESS: 1008 B Woodland St, Nashville, TN 37206

CUISINE: Barbecue, Late-Night Dining, Ribs, Catfish, Sandwiches, Tacos, Wings

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

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The latest venture from restaurateur Matt Charette, the man behind East Nashville's Batter'd & Fried, Watanabe and Beyond the Edge, Drifters took over the building formerly occupied by Alleycat (anyone know where we can procure a deep-fried avocado now?) in late 2008. Though no one's going to mistake this for Memphis barbecue, Drifters has made some improvements on their 'cue after a few early struggles. We recommend the barbecue nachos for a tasty bar snack. As for the sandwiches, we're partial to the brisket. A caddy of five distinctive - and pretty decent - barbecue sauces accompanies your meal (try the chipotle-jalapeno New Mexico). Drifters might also take the title for the biggest corn dog this side of the county fair. For a barbecue joint, it's also very vegetarian friendly, with barbecued tofu and a veggie burger on the menu. Drifters also makes a pretty decent spot for a large group if you're sick of fighting the crowds at the other Five Points bars. The patio out back boasts ping-pong and cornhole for those who like a little competition with their beer. Kids' menu. Full bar. Serving lunch and dinner until late night daily.

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The latest venture from restaurateur Matt Charette, the man behind East Nashville's Batter'd & Fried, Watanabe and Beyond the Edge, Drifters took over the building formerly occupied by Alleycat (anyone know where we can procure a deep-fried avocado now?) in late 2008. Though no one's going to mistake this for Memphis barbecue, Drifters has made some improvements on their 'cue after a few early struggles. We recommend the barbecue nachos for a tasty bar snack. As for the sandwiches, we're partial to the brisket. A caddy of five distinctive - and pretty decent - barbecue sauces accompanies your meal (try the chipotle-jalapeno New Mexico). Drifters might also take the title for the biggest corn dog this side of the county fair. For a barbecue joint, it's also very vegetarian friendly, with barbecued tofu and a veggie burger on the menu. Drifters also makes a pretty decent spot for a large group if you're sick of fighting the crowds at the other Five Points bars. The patio out back boasts ping-pong and cornhole for those who like a little competition with their beer.
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Kids' menu. Full bar. Serving lunch and dinner until late night daily.

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