“We’re trying to bridge that gap of what’s happening on Lower Broadway and Upper Broadway and provide a lot of different opportunities for a lot of different people to use it,” Fox said. “We hope that brings people back time and time again.”
The club occupies three stories at Fifth + Broadway and consists of four distinct spaces:
In a press release, restaurant partner Justin Timberlake said he wanted the club to help define Upper Broadway as a separate space from the raucous party space on Lower Broadway.
“It’s stylish and sophisticated, but still has an unmistakable energy driven by music,” Timberlake said. “We aim to set the tone for what Upper Broadway is and what it has the potential to be.”
Fox, a 12-time James Beard Award nominee who had one of the first businesses to open at Fifth + Broadway in Blanco Cocina + Cantina, agreed.
“It’s turning into more than just a drinking environment, which I think is really healthy for the city,” Fox said.
The Supper Club is the club’s centerpiece. Seating 400 guests on the top floor, it’s a lavishly furnished dining room where waitstaff in red jackets serve fine steaks and seafood towers.
“We really drew our inspiration from the supper club era, cabaret music, food and places of the 30s and the 40s and the 50s,” Fox said. “It has some sort of nostalgic feeling in here.”
Cole Villena covers business at The Tennessean, part of the USA Today Network — Tennessee. Reach Cole at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-925-0493. Follow Cole on Twitter at @ColeVillena and on Instagram at @CVinTennessee.