- 13330 E. Ten Mile, Warren, MI, 48089
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Status: It’s been a year since the venue on the corner of 10 Mile and Schoenherr transformed from a sports to a country bar. Formerly Skinny’s, Nashville North 2 turned one on June 3. The bar is owned by Jim Pease, the same owner as McNeill’s Place on Schoenherr in Warren.
Gear: There’s no dress code, but what better excuse to throw on a cowboy hat, a pair of boots and a plaid button up shirt than a visit to a country bar?
Mood: The plain tan exterior bears no resemblance to the Old West, but we’re sure even Will Rogers would be happy to claim this Warren bar as his waterhole.
Nashville North 2 can hold about 300 cowpoke and has a small dance floor and stage for those who want to boot, scoot and boogie the night away.
Bartender Lisa Petrany, who has worked at the bar for two months, said she was drawn to the place because of her love for country and the country vibe available at the bar.
Pick me up: You don’t need to be a millionaire to dine at Nashville since $15 can likely buy you and your date each an entrée and adult beverage. You’ve got your restaurant staples like soups, salads and sandwiches as well as traditional bar fare like pizza, burgers and fries ranging from a few dollars up to $6.50.
Beer prices go up slightly when a band is playing, but with a normal average cost of $2, you can probably swing the extra buck or two.
Mondays and Tuesdays, you’ll save some cash during BOGO Night (buy one drink and get the second for $1). Happy hour specials include half-priced appetizers and Cheaper by the Dozen specials -- a dozen wings and a pitcher of beer or a dozen hot dogs and a pitcher of beer or a dozen sliders and a pitcher of beer (are you seeing a trend?).
Entertainment: Nashville North 2 features live entertainment Fridays and Saturdays and karaoke Wednesdays and Sundays. Friday night, the Waco band brought in an older crowd (think senior citizens), and this Saturday, Elvis tribute band Sherman Arnold and the Interstate II Band will be in the house.
“They bring some really good bands here,” says Bill Hancock of Warren who frequents the bar about three times a week. “I like the live entertainment. It’s so far away from the DJs and the karaoke.”
There are about two dozen televisions (flat screens included) hung throughout the bar, a couple pool tables, video games and darts.