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Paradise Park Trailer Resort

615-251-1515  •  $
ADDRESS: 411 Broadway , Nashville, TN 37203

CUISINE: Burgers, Pub Food, Bar & Grill, Chili, Hot Dogs, Late-Night Dining, Sandwiches

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

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Tongue planted firmly in cheek, young Nashville entrepreneur Ben Goldberg opened Paradise Park Trailer Resort as a kitschy, faux-diner counterpart to his trend-setting BarTwenty3 nightclub in The Gulch (now closed). Housed in a former furniture store, Paradise Park's low-brow act amid the neighboring honky-tonks of downtown's Lower Broadway is best appreciated before games at the nearby Bridgestone Arena - the grill cooks are super-efficient, and there's an attractive happy hour beer special - and late at night. The menu is straight-up artery-clogging Americana: hand-dipped corn dogs, grilled cheese, grilled Spam, chicken tenders, burgers and house-cut fries, and you're encouraged to cover everything with chili! You'll want to order a milkshake just to make amends with your stomach. And is it any surprise that Moon Pies are offered for dessert? Full bar, with at least two dozen types of beer. Serving lunch, dinner and late-late night daily. (The bar closes at 3 am, the restaurant at 4 am.) The Tater Tots are super crispy,' Tandy says. He also loves the hand-dipped jumbo corn dogs."
- Tandy Wilson, chef-owner of City House, for Southern Living magazine

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Tongue planted firmly in cheek, young Nashville entrepreneur Ben Goldberg opened Paradise Park Trailer Resort as a kitschy, faux-diner counterpart to his trend-setting BarTwenty3 nightclub in The Gulch (now closed). Housed in a former furniture store, Paradise Park's low-brow act amid the neighboring honky-tonks of downtown's Lower Broadway is best appreciated before games at the nearby Bridgestone Arena - the grill cooks are super-efficient, and there's an attractive happy hour beer special - and late at night. The menu is straight-up artery-clogging Americana: hand-dipped corn dogs, grilled cheese, grilled Spam, chicken tenders, burgers and house-cut fries, and you're encouraged to cover everything with chili! You'll want to order a milkshake just to make amends with your stomach. And is it any surprise that Moon Pies are offered for dessert?
 
The Tater Tots are super crispy,' Tandy says. He also loves the hand-dipped jumbo corn dogs."
- Tandy Wilson, chef-owner of City House, for Southern Living magazine
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Full bar, with at least two dozen types of beer. Serving lunch, dinner and late-late night daily. (The bar closes at 3 am, the restaurant at 4 am.)

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