It’s All Fuchsia-On-Flamingo At The New Dolly Parton-Inspired Restaurant


room with pink couches and rug

Capping the 12th floor of Graduate Nashville, one of the Music City’s latest boutique properties, is a new restaurant and bar that would put Barbie’s Dreamhouse to shame.

Named White Limozeen in honor of American icon Dolly Parton’s 1989 album and a single by the same name, the posh eatery’s fuchsia-on-flamingo scheme was the brainchild of the hotel group’s in-house design studio, whose approach reads Hollywood Regency-meets-Grand Ole Opry.

Outside on the pool terrace, one will find a larger-than-life pink chicken-wire sculpture in the “Jolene” singer’s likeness—along with oversize daybeds, checkerboard floors and scalloped fringe galore—while indoors it’s all about lounge-worthy seating, vintage textiles and a U-shaped pink-onyx bar wearing polished aqua tiles and gleaming brass accents.

Mingling with crystal chandeliers against a mural backdrop of black-and-white piano keys is one final, can’t-miss feature: framed portraits of additional vintage talents who, like Parton, came to Nashville to pursue their dreams.

pink high chairs and table