Latest Nashville Escape Game Just Leaving Downtown at Rush Hour

Latest Nashville Escape Game Just Leaving Downtown at Rush Hour

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NASHVILLE – Nashville’s original Escape Game is a huge hit among locals and tourists alike. A team of 8-10 people attempt to complete challenging puzzles in different scenarios using teamwork and critical thinking. But the latest game may be their hardest yet. Players must make leave Broadway & 2nd at 5pm and make it to 5 Points in East Nashville before 3 Crow’s Happy Hour ends at 7pm. If users make it, they get to enjoy a reasonably priced alcoholic beverage to forget they aren’t living up to their potential at work this week. If they fail, they must bear the overwhelming sadness of paying $2 extra for their beverage and fight a Lumbersexual for a seat at the bar.

The new game opens Thursday, June 30th.

Jerry Dawson

Jerry Dawson

A self-proclaimed world-renowned journalist with a penchant for fine wine and a knack for "getting to the bottom of things". When I'm not covering Nashville's news, you can usually find me catching a cool sports match on TV at Tin Roof!

3 Comments
  1. Dont forget the curveballs they throw at you on the way such as the a-hole who cuts you off, the wreck and thus onlookers driving slowly, and last but not least the one red light that only turns green for 3 seconds at the busiest intersection.

  2. There’s fun people who are too good to be in a line, so they zip past and force their way in last minute, stopping the line, causing more “above being in line” people to do the same… Lather.rinse.repeat.

    Also, people who think they are being the best person ever, when they stop in the middle of traffic to let someone slip in… Aww, now that one person doesn’t have to wait, you’re a hero… Except to the line of five to fifty people behind you that are dead stopped, waiting, even though they have right of way. Multiple people screwed by an act of kindness to one.

    Some people need to be dragged out of their cars and…

    put on a bus.

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