Reservations Nashville — The Palm
Founded by Italian immigrants John Ganzi and Pio Bozzi, The Palm opened its first location on 837 Second Avenue in New York City in 1926. The northern Italian entrepreneurs who began The Palm tradition intended it to be a restaurant specializing in cuisine from their native Parma, Italy. The name "Palm" originated when the proprietors obtained a business license. They wanted to call it "Parma," but because of their Italian accents, it translated into "Palm."

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After opening the first Palm in 1926 and faced with limited funds for decorations, John and Pio landed on the novel idea of allowing artists to decorate the walls with cartoons and caricatures in exchange for dinner — and a tradition was born. That's why Mort Walker's "Beetle Bailey," Matt Weill's "Popeye." Bill Keane's "Family Circus" and Chris Brown's "Hagar the Horrible" adorn the walls of every Palm.

The grand opening of The Palm in Nashville, located adjacent to the Hilton Suites in downtown Nashville and across the street from the Gaylord Entertainment Center, drew celebrities Denise and Alan Jackson, Titans players Marcus Robertson, Blaine Bishop and coach Jeff Fisher, former NBA player Charles Davis, Senator Fred Thompson the Governor of Tennessee, the Mayor of Nashville, and many others. Since opening, guests like Robert Redford, James Gandolfini (Tony Soprano), Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have paid the Nashville Palm a visit.



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