The Walking Dead’s Abraham Ford was known to enjoy a good cigar or two from time to time. The actor who portrays Abraham does too! Michael Cudlitz’s passion for cigars and good spirits has turned into ownership in ‘Red Phone Booth’, a 20’s speakeasy concept and cigar bar. The speakeasy will open its second location in Nashville with its grand opening slated for December 5th.
The website’s describes the venue:
“After prospering in Atlanta, Red Phone Booth is bringing its 20s speakeasy concept to downtown Nashville in the winter of 2019 at 136 Rosa Parks Blvd. While Red Phone Booth will be open to the public, guests will need to secure a secret phone number from a member, concierge or friend and dial it into a restored London antique red phone booth to gain entry. Currently in the build out stage of the the 100+ year old building, the 5200 square foot upscale cocktail lounge will be open daily and offer classic craft cocktails including rare bourbon, whiskey, scotch and Japanese whisky selections. Additionally, cigar enthusiasts can enjoy a wide variety of blends in an exclusive atmosphere. At the Red Phone Booth, it is part of the credo to exceed all guest expectations. Patrons will notice the finest attention to detail that provides for exceptional cocktails including 100% fresh squeezed juices such as blood orange, mango, and cranberry, hand chipped double-reverse osmosis ice, garnishes cut to order, a collection of some of the rarest liquors available and over a dozen tinctures, bitters and flavoring agents to help breath new depth. Red Phone Booth is also known for tasting events where guests not only get to taste through the flight of whiskey, but also engage and learn the spirits’ history from key leaders in the industry. Small plates will be also served. From the comfort of the seating to the training and knowledge of the staff, and the quality of the air, it is all of these things and more that allow for Red Phone Booth to deliver an unparalleled experience for its guests.”
This is post P-90x. I’m saying I watched the videos. I’m not saying I participated. Born in my mom’s basement, I’ve stayed there to embody the stereotype. One day I will rise up… to the main floor of the house.