NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A popular Nashville nightclub reopened over the weekend after being declared a public nuisance and padlocked by police.
Rado's, formerly Silverado's, was temporarily padlocked after the club became the persistent site of fighting, quarreling, assaults and breaches of peace.
On Friday, a judge signed an order, documenting that the bar's owners had made the required changes required before reopening.
Under the new changes, the nightspot must close at 1 a.m. on the weekends and Midnight during the weekdays and there will be no “Happy Hour” specials after 11 p.m., among other changes.
Guns are also not permitted on the premises.
- Aug. 29, 2011: Owners of padlocked bar fights court system
- Aug. 10, 2011: Judge orders nightclub to remain closed
- Aug. 3, 2011: Nightclub padlocked after being declared public nuisance
- July 4, 2011: Nightclub shooting leaves 2 injured in south Nashville
- April 18, 2011: 2 jailed in Nashville nightclub shooting
- Jan. 3, 2011: 1 injured in shooting at Silverado nightclub