Clementine Hall is a stunning 1889 Nashville landmark that is restored, reengineered, and infused with a sophisticated, contemporary design. The original structure's brick walls, vaulted ceilings, wood trusses and gothic steel windows make it like no other in the city. Entry through a large walled courtyard creates a private, intimate environment.
Clementine is located in the historic LOTTE District of Charlotte Avenue, directly across the street from Richland Park (in Sylvan Park bordering The Nations). Apart from its beauty, Clementine has the compelling audio, video, lighting and other important amenities necessary for meaningful events.
Clementine Hall is the much larger sister venue to RUBY that is within Dragon Park in the Hillsboro Village neighborhood.
Clementine Hall is comprised of Adelaide Hall, Little Bird Lounge, Brash Courtyard, three dressing rooms, and a catering kitchen. To appreciate how well these areas work together, you'll need to see Clementine in person. Clementine's capacity depends upon many variables, but generally the maximum capacity of Adelaide Hall is 200 for a seated dinner and 300 for a ceremony/ concert. Maximum capacity at Clementine is 450 for a reception.
Ruby, like Clementine, was designed by Dragon Park and has the same attention to architectural detail and systems. Ruby is about half size and capacity of Clementine, with a contemporary/historic/industrial design. Ruby is surrounded by courtyards that open to a park, in a Hillsboro Village location in midtown Nashville. The following are some recent images at Ruby.