In 2014 Tom Morales and his partners opened the Acme Feed & Seed. It’s atmosphere celebrates Nashville’s past, present and future. The Acme Feed & Seed includes 22,000 square foot of drinking, dining shopping and entertainment for you to choose from.
Acme Feed & Seed History
In 1890 JR Whitemore built the three-story Acme building. Currey L. Turner moved his feed store into the building in 1943 and then in 1965 he changed the name from Acme Feed and Hatchery to Acme Farm Supply.
Many memories were made for families across mid-Tennessee. Acme was known for their annual “Purina Jamborees” and other promotions. Saturdays were host to free “dog dipping” to treat the family pet for fleas.
After 91 years, Acme Farm Supply closed their doors. The building sat empty until Tom Morales and his partners leased the building.
Acme Feed & Seed Currently
You have your choice of three floors and an open roof top when you come to Acme Feed & Seed.
On the first floor you will find a small boutique, The Acme Farm Store, with Acme-brand merchandise and local Nashville goods. This floor also hosts live “funkytonk” music. You can dine on gourmet, street-food style meals and drink from one of the two bars that have 28 craft beers available.
The second floor has a bar with handcrafted cocktails, a sushi bar, comfortable seating in the lounge with large flat screens for special events or sporting events. This is where you come in to visit and relax off of lower Broadway.
Acme Feed & Hatchery is on the third floor and hosts event rentals, scheduled events and concerts. Its open floor plan provides plenty of historic charm and character year round. This is the largest event and music venue that lower Broadway has.
The rooftop bar has views over the entire downtown area. It is available for event rentals to the public and is famous for their dance parties. Acme Feed & Seed is located at 101 Broadway in Nashville.
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