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About Patron Platinum Club
Looking for the hottest spot in Downtown Nashville dine? You’ll find it at the Patron Platinum Club: Come enjoy the comfort and style of the recently renovated Patron Platinum Club. Check out the luxurious new setting with fresh finishes and upgraded technology, including a new high-definition projector and 120-inch screen. The sleek modern style of new furniture and Chef’s tables complements the updated menu selections by Chef Derek Fulton. The Patron Platinum Club is located on 5th Avenue near Broadway with a private entrance in the Bridgestone Arena. We are also the prime choice for music industry events, social parties, rehearsal dinners, wedding receptions and numerous corporate functions
Nashville, TN 37203
Contemporary American, Fusion / Eclectic, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access
Patron Platinum Club Ratings and Reviews
I was very disappointed over the quality of the food. we love this place our wedding reception was here so we knew the food was great we just ate here at the earth wind and fire concert, but the food for the janet jackson concert was poor...
It was my first visit to this location, the food was good and my server was good, no real complaints, other than our table was wobbly and we almost spilled our drinks. the server tried really hard to fix that, but it was worse than she could handle.
anyway, not trying to make a big deal out of it.
the food was interesting and quite good. The service was excellent, no complaints. The hostess was able to seat me earlier than my reservation time, and we appreciated that.
I was a bit disappointed with the price, but I knew how much it was going in, so no surprise there.
would I recommend it to my friends? most certainly, but I would warn them about the price.
Everyone in our party felt it was not worth the price paid. The food looked very good, but it was lacking in flavor. The fish was served cold (barely heated) to one in our party. Two of us had chocolate mousse which was liquid instead of light and fluffy.
It was good to try the restaurant once before a Preds game, but it's unlikely we'd do it again.
The food was delicious. The restaurant, very clean and all the staff very friendly and accommodating. The peach martini was excellent. Very convenient for eating before the game. It was a little pricey to eat here for more than a "special occasion" (in my opinion) every once in a while. But we enjoyed our visit and would go again for our next special night out.
We were new to Nashville and made a reservation for 12 for a 50th birthday party. We didn't realize this was part of the hockey arena and since there was a game that night, the only option was a buffet for $34.95 that was horrible. 2 of us researched this place and looked at their online menus and this was not obvious that is what we would be stuck having to order. This was a horrible experience for dining and we should have left as soon as we were seated, but obviously trying to find another option on a Saturday night downtown in Nashville for a larger group wasn't really a great choice either.
We have eaten here prior to Predators games and concerts held at the Bridgestone Arena. We enjoy the convenience of not having to wait 30-45 minutes to be seated and that we are already inside the arena and won't have to fight the crowd later. The buffet has been a bit different each time and provides a variety of fare. We have never left hungry!
Have been going to the Patron for years prior to hockey games and special events. Service and people are top notch and food WAS worth the money. Appears that new Management has taken over and this trip was not a winner for the most part. Hope it makes a comeback.
We had a 5:00 PM reservation before a Preds game, so the restaurant was very empty when we started. The "buffet style" menu was very limited considering the price you pay. My expectations may have been too high going in, but for $110 tab and only two drinks, I was expecting a little more substance.
The meal was terrible. It was a buffet, and the choices were paltry at best. Protein? Choice was pork loin, catfish or (cold) sliders. $35. That was the choice. Yuck. The wine list was infuriating. You could either buy a bottle at a ridiculous markup or if you opted for by the glass, the choices were very few and nothing good. Probably so you felt forced to buy an overpriced bottle. Perfectly terrible experience. Yes, convenient.
Great for a group in Smashville. Had a group attending a weeknight Preds game. With Nashville traffic, getting to a sit down restaurant all at once and getting in and out for a good meal would be a tall order. Patron Club to the rescue. Folks hit the buffet at their arrival and convenience. Selection was sufficient. Food was good, not great, but good, and much better than you would expect at a sports arena. Will do again!
Enjoyed the atmosphere and service. Food, in general, was tasty, but the petite sirloin lacked flavor and was underdone, with no option for those who preferred beef but wanted it at least medium. Even when I began to ask if there was a portion with less red, I was told "No" before I even completed my question. The other food was good, but one person in our party does not eat chicken and the beef was not prepared well enough for him.
Patron Platinum Club offers the convenience of eating in the arena before a game/event, and not much else. The staff is friendly, polite, helpful. The food, however, isn't worth the price. It's a buffet where the food is rarely better than warm, never hot. The selection is often lacking. I truly wish Bridgestone Arena had more dining options. Could eat at The Palm across the street for better value.
Went before the predators game. Food had no flavor, was greasy, and is not worth the money. Desert was extremely sweet and dry. Food needs lots of seasoning. For $49.99 I can eat at a restaurant down the street and have a 5 star meal. The waiter was not having a very good day, forgetting drinks, not refilling drinks, asking if we wanted a to go cup and proceeding to bring an empty cup for us to poor our drinks that had been sitting on our table for 20 minutes into.
We had the prime rib, which was the fattiest piece of meat I've ever tried to eat. The pork was dry and over cooked. Risotto was not done and gritty. Maybe from the mushrooms not being washed properly or the risotto not being checked before sending it to the public. Had pan seared tuna on special but once again no flavor, bland, and the only flavor was the topping.
On Sunday, April 30, 2017, I was fairly disappointed with my groups experience at the Patron Platinum Club. There were six of us in our group.
Some aspects of the experience was very good. The host team were welcoming, friendly, and showed genuine appreciation for my repeat business. The service provided by our server, Nathan, was very good and at the right pace. He was friendly, courteous, and very respectful of our time and enjoyment of meal. The Shrimp & Grits chef table was the highlight of the visit. I am not a huge fan of grits here in Nashville, but this meal blew my expectations away. The gentleman serving the dish was also professional and served the dish with a smile. These were the extent of the positive experience.
Now comes the issues that ruined the whole experience. First, the man carving the ham dish was probably the most rude and unpleasant staff member on the floor. Even after saying hello to him, he didn't bother to acknowledge people. With no smiles or pride in serving the dish, I hate to say this but the person should not be working in this industry. Next, the food for the most part was disappointing. The ham was sub-par. The scrambled eggs were dried up, overcooked, and rubbery. The waffles were bland, overcooked, and hard. The chicken served with the waffles were so overcooked to the point that the meat were dried up and very hard to cut with a knife; it was not tender at all. The Rosemary Maple Syrup was overpowered by the rosemary herb. What is worst is the fact that it was advertised as maple syrup, and it was not. It was a watered-down regular syrup masked by the overpowering rosemary herb flavor. Finally, the bread pudding dessert was so hard and dry you could barely scoop it off the pan. Except for the Shrimp & Grits items, almost all of the other items were a joke.
Lastly, plates were delivered so slowly by staff that people were losing their appetite. Also, staff was collecting plates even when guests were still eating off of them.
Having dined in Phillips Arena in Atlanta several times, I expected the same would be here but that was not the case. The rather simple buffet was nothing out of the ordinary and the risotto was truly sticky and cold. The saving grace was the bread pudding for desert. I picked this because we were seeing a concert at Bridgestone and it was convenient. Next time I'll choose a nearby restaurant...much better idea!
Have eaten here several times and everything was OK. This time, everything was poor. Prime Rib on the buffet was like leather. Virtually inedible. Other choices were poorly executed as well. Drinks (martinis) were a joke they were so small. We eat here because it is convenient going to a game. However, spending $100pp for this is not going to happen again for us. I had a group of 12 eat here recently and it was much better that night. Just too inconsistent. IL Mulino's is right across the street and excellent.
First time visit before Preds game, very disappointed. Overpriced for what was offered. Table was wobbly and annoying, food temperature not good, rubbery chicken, cold burgers, pressed turkey at carving station and wasn't solid breast meat, service average and nothing special. Chips and BBQ were pretty good, desserts limited and nothing to brag about. Will not return and should have known what to expect when there was hardly anyone there at all.
Buffet style and the food fit that mode. Just ok. Not worth the high price. Given we did the work of serving ourselves it was surprising how little effort the server made to check on us. At 5 minutes to game time she was behind the bar making drinks and we had to go and ask for check. Will not do this prior to Predator game ever again. Too many good choices around the arena to settle for expensive mediocre food and bad service.
Season ticket holder for the Predators for a couple of years now, and this was our first visit to the Patron Platinum Club. We were thrilled with the food choices and quality-- the pork tenderloin with sauerkraut was not your mama's sauerkraut (with some habanero included). The price was very reasonable, and we'll be there many times again!
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