Pullman Standard has added accomplished mixologist Jeremiah Blake to take over as the Beverage Director of the craft cocktail lounge. With an impressive background in Nashville’s cocktail scene, Jeremiah brings a wealth of experience and creativity to Pullman Standard, situated at Demonbreun and 10th street on the north end of Cummins Station.

Jeremiah will add to Pullman Standard’s cocktail story much like he has added to Nashville’s craft cocktail scene. Having created cocktails for Holland House Bar & Refuge, Green Hour Absinthe Lounge & Cocktail Bar, Vesper Club, and Bastion. He has a long history in Nashville, including being named Nashville Scene’s Bartender of the Year and being featured in Imbibe, Garden & Gun, Food & Wine, among other publications.

“Pullman Standard is one of the great craft cocktail lounges in Nashville. It’s a beautiful space with balanced and delicious libations within walking distance of all the downtown attractions and the Gulch. My team and I are excited to serve our original creations and unique twists on classic cocktails to our regulars, locals and guests visiting from all over the world,” said Jeremiah Blake.

Pullman Standard is a favorite cocktail lounge for Nashville locals and visitors. Located in the iconic Cummins Station, Pullman Standard is walking distance to the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, The Ryman Auditorium, Music City Center, Bridgestone Arena, The First Art Museum and all the attractions in both downtown Nashville and The Gulch. The sophisticated yet relaxed lounge features high-end spirits, a curated selection of wines, craft beers, inventive cocktails, stylish mocktails and creative small plates, ideal for sharing. The name and vibe are inspired by the legendary dining and sleeper train cars that originated in the 1860s and reached their heyday in the Roaring 20’s. Many of those train cars have rolled by Cummins Station for over 140 years. 

Jeremiah Blake

beverage director.