111 10th Ave S, Nashville, TN | Directions 3720336.156416 -86.784131
great beer, service lacking – Great beer selection, especially on Pint night. Chill hangout with couches and nice decor. Pretty loud and crowded though. Service is pretty slow. I hate the server's outfits. If your into extremley short skirts and knee socks though, you'll love it.
take it from me, my name is on the wall! – Amazing service, friendly atmosphere, and a relaxing beer garden.
I enjoyed the UFO club (drink 200 different beers, and get your name on the wall) which i completed before moving to the Fort Worth, TX area (Home of the original Flying Saucer)
Great Place – This place has a great feel to it and is alot of fun....It's a great place to talk and just relax....
A sanctuary for beer lovers... – LOVED this place! Wish I was there now. :-( Knew I'd love the beer - gazillions on draft, nice variety. Wanted there to be more that I am familiar with, but loved everything I tried...Did not expect the food to be as good as it was. Yummy sausages. We cleaned our plates. Bonus - Showed up on $2.50 pint night. Could it get any better? - Why yes, the staff was very knowledgable about their beers and if they did not have an answer, they went to get somone who did. Nice atmosphere/vibe. Young crowd. I'm 40 and would bring friends my age, but not my parents - unless it was for lunch. For anyone who enjoys craft beers, microbrews, interesting imports, etc - this place is heaven. All around a great time. Thank you!
Worst service ever – Sure, they have about a gazillion beers. That is great...but if you never get waited on you cannot enjoy them. About 3 times in a row my friends and I have waited for over 10- 15 minutes for a server to even take our drink order. And this is when they are NOT that busy. Nice school girl uniforms, but we are thirsty damn it!
Never will return...too many other bars to chose from.
Beer Lovers – If you love beer, then the Flying Saucer is your place. They have a huge bar area with about every beer imaginable on draft. It's just a great place to go kick back, relax and try out some new beer.
Quit reading this and go drink some beer!
It's the United Nations of beer bars, with more than 70 brands from the best breweries in the world. – In Short
The bar shimmers with thousands of shiny copper pennies--a monument to malted beverages. The singles scene consists of 20- and 30-somethings chatting between sips of frosty pulls. Add a cozy, dark billiards room with sofas and tables, and it's one of the most comfortable spaces in town. More than 70 taps pull drafts from some of the best breweries around the globe, and 160-plus bottled varieties round out the impressive selection.
Flying Saucer, BEST BEER PLACE in Nashville. 2006 – Flying Saucer is the BEST BEER PLACE in Nashville. They have more beers than most people will ever drink in a life time, However some have tried them all.
The BEERtenders know there product. When you go to the Saucer get a beer you never have had, why waste beer money on PBR or Bud when you have REAL BEER to TRY.
Jill the manager is so nice to everyone.
Bands on Friday and Saturdays and can also be found through the week.
Parking is limited, so valet in front when possible.
Average age is 25 and over.
Bad points, can be crowded and hard to talk ALLOWS SMOKING, often hard to breath in the main rooms.
Overall the BEST "BEER" PLACE in NASHVILLE. July 18, 2006
If you love beer.... – ...you'll love this place. The wall behind the bar is covered with taps and there are several coolers full of bottles. Everything from Bud Lite for bubbas and the less adventurous to flavored Belgian ales. If you like conversation and a peaceful bar hang, go after work. If you like noise and crowds, go late on the weekend when the room is full of Vandy students and bland alt bands play. The large room makes the smoke less obnoxious than it could be. Free valet parking is a plus. Food is ok but there are better places to eat. Service ranges from friendly and efficient when it's not crowded to poor when it is. There is a photo of beer drinker's icon Cliff Claven above their beer computer in the main room.
smoky and loud – if you are going for the beer, its a great place to go. however, if you are bothered by cigarette smoke, this place will kill you. also, it is usually pretty loud and hard to carry on a conversation.
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