Allison’s Nashville Guidebook

Allison
Allison’s Nashville Guidebook

Food scene

Lenox Village Town Center
6900 Lenox Village Dr
Dirty Cold Brew!
309 recommandé par les habitants
Biscuit Love Gulch
316 11th Ave S
309 recommandé par les habitants
70 recommandé par les habitants
Prince's Hot Chicken Shack South
5814 Nolensville Pike
70 recommandé par les habitants
amazing happy hour!
15 recommandé par les habitants
Firebirds Wood Fired Grill
700 Old Hickory Blvd
15 recommandé par les habitants
amazing happy hour!
favorite diner in USA!
145 recommandé par les habitants
The Nashville Biscuit House
805 Gallatin Avenue
145 recommandé par les habitants
favorite diner in USA!

Sightseeing

1208 recommandé par les habitants
Country Music Hall of Fame
222 Rep. John Lewis Way S
1208 recommandé par les habitants
469 recommandé par les habitants
The Johnny Cash Museum
119 3rd Ave S
469 recommandé par les habitants
Visit the newly opened 5th & Broadway for food & shopping! For a wide selection of food go to the General Assembly on the 2nd floor
580 recommandé par les habitants
Broadway
Broadway
580 recommandé par les habitants
Visit the newly opened 5th & Broadway for food & shopping! For a wide selection of food go to the General Assembly on the 2nd floor

Neighborhoods

Hipsterm burgers, bars, pizza, and tacos in East Nashville
181 recommandé par les habitants
Five Points
181 recommandé par les habitants
Hipsterm burgers, bars, pizza, and tacos in East Nashville
Many argue the meaning behind its name, but all can agree that The Nations is the place to go for a hyper-local experience. The formerly industrial area’s abandoned warehouses and mills with interesting architectural features have attracted craft breweries, convivial bars, unique fast-casual eateries, innovative chef-driven restaurants and art galleries to the area, serving residents and visitors alike.
50 recommandé par les habitants
The Nations
50 recommandé par les habitants
Many argue the meaning behind its name, but all can agree that The Nations is the place to go for a hyper-local experience. The formerly industrial area’s abandoned warehouses and mills with interesting architectural features have attracted craft breweries, convivial bars, unique fast-casual eateries, innovative chef-driven restaurants and art galleries to the area, serving residents and visitors alike.
Nashville’s Wedgewood-Houston (or “WeHo”) neighborhood is located a few blocks south of downtown Nashville with borders defined by Houston Street to the north, Wedgewood Avenue to the south, Eighth Avenue South to the west and Fourth Avenue South/Nolensville Pike to the east. The proximity to downtown, relatively affordable rents and real estate prices, and the number of old warehouses, factories and garages have attracted artists, musicians and entrepreneurs to open restaurants, distilleries, breweries, galleries, studios and workshops in the area. Look for major growth in the years to come: Apple Music’s Nashville office and a SoHo House Hotel are slated to open here soon.
27 recommandé par les habitants
Wedgewood-Houston
27 recommandé par les habitants
Nashville’s Wedgewood-Houston (or “WeHo”) neighborhood is located a few blocks south of downtown Nashville with borders defined by Houston Street to the north, Wedgewood Avenue to the south, Eighth Avenue South to the west and Fourth Avenue South/Nolensville Pike to the east. The proximity to downtown, relatively affordable rents and real estate prices, and the number of old warehouses, factories and garages have attracted artists, musicians and entrepreneurs to open restaurants, distilleries, breweries, galleries, studios and workshops in the area. Look for major growth in the years to come: Apple Music’s Nashville office and a SoHo House Hotel are slated to open here soon.
Named for the European immigrants who first settled here in the mid-19th century, Germantown is a historic community on the National Register of Historic Places located just a few blocks northwest of downtown Nashville. The area is home to the Tennessee State Museum and Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, local boutiques and many of Nashville’s most critically-acclaimed restaurants making it a culinary destination in its own right.
165 recommandé par les habitants
Germantown
165 recommandé par les habitants
Named for the European immigrants who first settled here in the mid-19th century, Germantown is a historic community on the National Register of Historic Places located just a few blocks northwest of downtown Nashville. The area is home to the Tennessee State Museum and Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, local boutiques and many of Nashville’s most critically-acclaimed restaurants making it a culinary destination in its own right.
The sound of Nashville reverberates from the city’s downtown core where honky tonks play world-class live music 365 days a year, historic buildings have been reimagined into music attractions, boutique hotels, art galleries, and chef-driven restaurants, and newly constructed hotels, eateries, music venues, and attractions pop up all over.
204 recommandé par les habitants
Downtown
204 recommandé par les habitants
The sound of Nashville reverberates from the city’s downtown core where honky tonks play world-class live music 365 days a year, historic buildings have been reimagined into music attractions, boutique hotels, art galleries, and chef-driven restaurants, and newly constructed hotels, eateries, music venues, and attractions pop up all over.
Considered one of the most desirable areas to live in Nashville, Green Hills is an affluent suburban enclave known for upscale brands and boutiques. Hidden within an inconspicuous strip mall is the famed Bluebird Cafe, home to both established and up-and-coming songwriters.
67 recommandé par les habitants
Green Hills
67 recommandé par les habitants
Considered one of the most desirable areas to live in Nashville, Green Hills is an affluent suburban enclave known for upscale brands and boutiques. Hidden within an inconspicuous strip mall is the famed Bluebird Cafe, home to both established and up-and-coming songwriters.
The south side of downtown Nashville’s Broadway is called SoBro. Unlike its neighbor North of Broadway up the hill, this area is known for all things new – the city’s sprawling convention center, live music venues, major hotel brands, boutique properties, restaurants, bars, and even the just under 15-year-old Schermerhorn Symphony Center designed to look like it’s been there for decades.
36 recommandé par les habitants
Sobro
36 recommandé par les habitants
The south side of downtown Nashville’s Broadway is called SoBro. Unlike its neighbor North of Broadway up the hill, this area is known for all things new – the city’s sprawling convention center, live music venues, major hotel brands, boutique properties, restaurants, bars, and even the just under 15-year-old Schermerhorn Symphony Center designed to look like it’s been there for decades.
Just ten miles east of downtown and seven miles north of the Nashville International Airport is Music Valley where world-class country music entertainment, family-friendly dining establishments, and bargain shopping can be found. This area is home to the Grand Ole Opry, Opry Mills shopping center, Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, SoundWaves, and some fantastic country-music themed attractions and restaurants.
9 recommandé par les habitants
Opryland Drive
Opryland Drive
9 recommandé par les habitants
Just ten miles east of downtown and seven miles north of the Nashville International Airport is Music Valley where world-class country music entertainment, family-friendly dining establishments, and bargain shopping can be found. This area is home to the Grand Ole Opry, Opry Mills shopping center, Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, SoundWaves, and some fantastic country-music themed attractions and restaurants.

Shopping

163 recommandé par les habitants
White's Mercantile
2908 12th Ave S
163 recommandé par les habitants