Open Daily 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Red Onion offers a broad menu of quick meals to go, or to be enjoyed café-style in the Museum’s Mike Curb Conservatory. From fresh breakfasts to delicious lunches, soups and salads, all homemade and utilizing local suppliers, you’ll find the perfect choice—fast. This station is a convenient downtown stop for everyone, whether visiting from afar or working next door.
To learn more about the museum’s culinary team, click here.
About the Name
In railroad lingo, a "Red Onion" often referred to an eating house found at or nearby a station in which railroad men could grab a quick meal and stay on schedule. Trains have played an important role in country music history, central to many classic songs. When the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum moved to its current downtown location, railroads inspired some of the architecture of the building — with the heavy steel frame in the Mike Curb Conservatory created to evoke thoughts of railroads and bridges that connect the small towns where country music came to life.
Lunch Served Monday through Saturday • 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
For more information please call (615) 760-6555.
Red Onion Parking
Public parking is located throughout downtown and within walking distance of the Museum.
To easily locate and map public parking and transportation, visit ParkItDowntown.com.