Fenwick's 300 is a restaurant in Nashville's Melrose neighborhood, best described as a modern diner. The name is a reference to the Kevin Bacon film, Diner and "300" is a reference to the bowling alley that once inhabited the location. The counter is actually made of the wood from the lanes of the old Melrose Bowl.
A detailed view of the sign.
Cute chairs, right?
The drinks board is a painted-on chalkboard surface so that the drinks can be edited (relatively) easily.
Tough to see from the photo, but this is the background pattern of the posters. Those are bowling pins.
Ambience. The restaurant has some very cool light fixtures. I had nothing to do with them.