One of Nashville’s most trusted and loved guitar shops.
This past December, Houston Station along with Monica Holmes of the Clean Plate Club, hosted an exquisite event for the Griffin Technology holiday party. With 300 in attendance, the employees were treated to a fabulous dinner, kareoke entertainment and coffees by Noteable Blends.
The room was a cozy, warm-lit dream, with a fireplace lounge area created by Visual Elements. The rest of the tables, chairs and linens were provided by Liberty Party Rental with lighting by TechWorks.
We are happy to announce that Griffin Technology will be back this December for their 2012 holiday party.
We are so excited to announce that Cotten Music Center will be joining the Houston Station community. They will be moving into the building later this year.
The beloved guitar show has been a staple of Hillsboro Village since 1961 when it was founded by Richard Cotten. Since his death in 1995, the iconic space has been owned and operated by Darcy Cotten and Kim Sherman. Cotten is nationally known for its handmade acoustic guitars, great selection and stellar service. We are beyond honored to have Nashville’s most trusted music treasures in the building.
Sometimes an event is so special that photographs just won’t do it justice. That’s when you call Heidi Schwartz. Houston Station has had the pleasure of having Heidi, owner of Paint Your Event work in the building many times for weddings and corporate events.
By setting up a small work space within an actual event, Heidi is able to capture the important details, mood, and spirit of an event. Having a live painter at an event provides a one of kind ambiance and a constant conversation piece. After the event, the painting is gifted to the bride and groom or CEO and serves as timeless snapshot of night.
Images from Scoobie Photographic Images and Christina Bell
It’s time to elevate your idea of barbecue! Anyone who’s had the pleasure of pulling in the back load in area of Houston Station in the morning knows the irresistible smell coming from the Smoke Et Al mobile smokery. With 25 years of combined professional cooking experience, chef/owner Shane Autrey and colleague chef Mike Hill bring unique, local, creative fear alongside competition quality, Memphis-style ribs.
Based out of Houston Station, Shane and Mike travel all over the streets of Nashville bringing there barbecue creations to the people of Nashville. Like most food trucks, you can follow Smoke Et All on twitter to pinpoint there location each day.
Smoke Et Al is also a great catering option for your next event. The boys have catered various type of events such as art shows, formals, music showcases and weddings as well as hosted seated dinners at Houston Station to the delight of everyone in attendance.