It would be hard to tell from the street that Urban Cowboy Public House, a watering hole in Nashville, even exists. It sits behind a Queen Anne Victorian property, a traditional front by all means, and yet that's part of its appeal. For those who are in the know — and hey, it could be guests of the house itself, which is home to the Urban Cowboy B&B — this outpost is a casual enclave, a place where country hallmarks mix with the kind of styles seen in a big city. That's what owners Lyon Porter and Jersey Banks were going for when they set out to create a neighborhood hang with a sharp sense of Southern hospitality, even though inspiration was pulled from their first venture in Brooklyn of the same name. The duo paid homage to the borough by using glass garage doors, exposed brick, and wood interiors, but coupled them with locally-sourced antiques, vintage-inspired pieces, and custom-made furniture that's more in tune with down-home surroundings. It's the kind of design that would suit cowboys and city folk alike, thanks to elements that look too cool enough to care.