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Known colloquially as the “Mother Church of Country Music,” Ryman Auditorium began as the Union Gospel Tabernacle. Local entrepreneur Thomas Ryman built it as a permanent location for tent revival-style gospel meetings. The auditorium was also the site of secular gatherings like Helen Keller’s lectures, Fisk Jubilee Singers’ performances and WSM’s Grand Ole Opry. While a statue of Ryman is located outside this National Historic Landmark, a bronze tribute honoring Minnie Pearl and Roy Acuff is situated inside the lobby.
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Ryman Auditorium
116 5th Avenue North
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Known colloquially as the “Mother Church of Country Music,” Ryman Auditorium began as the Union Gospel Tabernacle. Local entrepreneur Thomas Ryman built it as a permanent location for tent revival-style gospel meetings. The auditorium was also the site of secular gatherings like Helen Keller’s lectures, Fisk Jubilee Singers’ performances and WSM’s Grand Ole Opry. While a statue of Ryman is located outside this National Historic Landmark, a bronze tribute honoring Minnie Pearl and Roy Acuff is situated inside the lobby.
Home to the NFL’s Tennessee Titans, Nissan Stadium is a multipurpose sports and entertainment venue located on the east bank of the Cumberland River across from downtown Nashville. Opened in 1999, the facility has a maximum seating capacity of over 69,000. The stadium hosts the Tennessee State Tigers and the annual Music City Bowl, a postseason college football bowl game held in December. It also serves as the main stage for large concerts during the CMA Music Festival in June.
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Nissan Stadium
1 Titans Way
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Home to the NFL’s Tennessee Titans, Nissan Stadium is a multipurpose sports and entertainment venue located on the east bank of the Cumberland River across from downtown Nashville. Opened in 1999, the facility has a maximum seating capacity of over 69,000. The stadium hosts the Tennessee State Tigers and the annual Music City Bowl, a postseason college football bowl game held in December. It also serves as the main stage for large concerts during the CMA Music Festival in June.
The stars on the Music City Walk of Fame, spanning genres and generations, honor those that make, create, record, perform, and present music to and for the world. The Music City Walk of Fame is uniquely Nashville and completely Music City. Inductees include Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix, Reba McEntire, Emmylou Harris, Little Richard, Hank Williams, Vince Gill, The Crickets, Kings of Leon, Barbara Mandrell, Wynonna Judd, Roy Orbison, and more. Stroll through the free Music City Walk of Fame, find your favorite stars, take pictures, and come back for one of the very special induction ceremonies! The Music City Walk of Fame also serves as an event space for live music in the heart of downtown Music City. Seeing a concert or attending a special event between the stars in the Walk and the stars in the sky is a very special Nashville experience.
Music City Walk of Fame Park
121 4th Avenue South
The stars on the Music City Walk of Fame, spanning genres and generations, honor those that make, create, record, perform, and present music to and for the world. The Music City Walk of Fame is uniquely Nashville and completely Music City. Inductees include Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix, Reba McEntire, Emmylou Harris, Little Richard, Hank Williams, Vince Gill, The Crickets, Kings of Leon, Barbara Mandrell, Wynonna Judd, Roy Orbison, and more. Stroll through the free Music City Walk of Fame, find your favorite stars, take pictures, and come back for one of the very special induction ceremonies! The Music City Walk of Fame also serves as an event space for live music in the heart of downtown Music City. Seeing a concert or attending a special event between the stars in the Walk and the stars in the sky is a very special Nashville experience.
One of Tennessee’s largest and longest-running nonprofit performing arts organizations, the Nashville Symphony has been an integral part of the Music City sound since 1946. Led by music director Giancarlo Guerrero, the 83-member ensemble performs more than 150 concerts annually, with a focus on contemporary American orchestral music through collaborations with composers including Jennifer Higdon, Aaron Jay Kernis and John Harbison. The orchestra is equally renowned for its unique commissioning and recording projects with Nashville-based artists including bassist Edgar Meyer, banjoist Béla Fleck, singer-songwriter Ben Folds and electric bassist Victor Wooten.The Nashville Symphony is one of the most active recording orchestras in the U.S., with 29 releases on Naxos, the world’s largest independent classical label. Encompassing a wide range of repertoire, from Beethoven to Bernstein to Joan Tower, these recordings have earned a total of 13 GRAMMY® Awards and 24 nominations. Award-winning recordings include Tower’s Made in America, Stephen Paulus’ Three Places of Enlightenment and Michael Daugherty’s Metropolis Symphony and Tales of Hemingway. Released in 2015, the orchestra’s recording of Ben Folds’ Piano Concerto debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Classical and Classical Crossover charts, and stayed in the Classical Crossover Top 20 in the first year of its release.Education and community engagement have been at the core of the Nashville Symphony’s mission since its founding. Each year the organization reaches 60,000 children and adults with more than 20 free or low-cost programs, including Young People’s Concerts for K-12 students; sectional lessons with band and orchestra students; and free Community Concerts. In 2016, the Nashville Symphony launched Accelerando, a forward-thinking initiative designed to prepare young musicians from underrepresented ethnic communities for collegiate study and professional orchestra careers. Participating students receive individual instrument instruction, performance opportunities, and guidance on applying to colleges and conservatories.Schermerhorn Symphony Center, the orchestra’s home since 2006, is widely considered one of the world’s finest acoustical venues. Named in honor of former music director Kenneth Schermerhorn and located in the heart of Nashville’s booming downtown, the building boasts distinctive neo-Classical architecture incorporating motifs and design elements that pay homage to the history, culture and people of Middle Tennessee. Within its intimate “shoebox” design, the 1,800-seat Laura Turner Concert Hall contains several unique features, including soundproof windows, the 3,500-pipe Martin Foundation Concert Organ, and an innovative mechanical system that converts the hall from theater-style seating to ballroom configuration in less than two hours.In addition to its classical and education programming, the Nashville Symphony offers a wide variety of performances, including pop, rock, jazz, country and family concerts. Schermerhorn Symphony Center has become an in-demand venue for artists including Sheryl Crow, Tony Bennett, Diana Ross, Willie Nelson, Alabama, and Boyz II Men, all of whom have performed with the Nashville Symphony. The orchestra also performs regularly at Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheater.
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Nashville Symphony | Schermerhorn Symphony Center
1 Symphony Place
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One of Tennessee’s largest and longest-running nonprofit performing arts organizations, the Nashville Symphony has been an integral part of the Music City sound since 1946. Led by music director Giancarlo Guerrero, the 83-member ensemble performs more than 150 concerts annually, with a focus on contemporary American orchestral music through collaborations with composers including Jennifer Higdon, Aaron Jay Kernis and John Harbison. The orchestra is equally renowned for its unique commissioning and recording projects with Nashville-based artists including bassist Edgar Meyer, banjoist Béla Fleck, singer-songwriter Ben Folds and electric bassist Victor Wooten.The Nashville Symphony is one of the most active recording orchestras in the U.S., with 29 releases on Naxos, the world’s largest independent classical label. Encompassing a wide range of repertoire, from Beethoven to Bernstein to Joan Tower, these recordings have earned a total of 13 GRAMMY® Awards and 24 nominations. Award-winning recordings include Tower’s Made in America, Stephen Paulus’ Three Places of Enlightenment and Michael Daugherty’s Metropolis Symphony and Tales of Hemingway. Released in 2015, the orchestra’s recording of Ben Folds’ Piano Concerto debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Classical and Classical Crossover charts, and stayed in the Classical Crossover Top 20 in the first year of its release.Education and community engagement have been at the core of the Nashville Symphony’s mission since its founding. Each year the organization reaches 60,000 children and adults with more than 20 free or low-cost programs, including Young People’s Concerts for K-12 students; sectional lessons with band and orchestra students; and free Community Concerts. In 2016, the Nashville Symphony launched Accelerando, a forward-thinking initiative designed to prepare young musicians from underrepresented ethnic communities for collegiate study and professional orchestra careers. Participating students receive individual instrument instruction, performance opportunities, and guidance on applying to colleges and conservatories.Schermerhorn Symphony Center, the orchestra’s home since 2006, is widely considered one of the world’s finest acoustical venues. Named in honor of former music director Kenneth Schermerhorn and located in the heart of Nashville’s booming downtown, the building boasts distinctive neo-Classical architecture incorporating motifs and design elements that pay homage to the history, culture and people of Middle Tennessee. Within its intimate “shoebox” design, the 1,800-seat Laura Turner Concert Hall contains several unique features, including soundproof windows, the 3,500-pipe Martin Foundation Concert Organ, and an innovative mechanical system that converts the hall from theater-style seating to ballroom configuration in less than two hours.In addition to its classical and education programming, the Nashville Symphony offers a wide variety of performances, including pop, rock, jazz, country and family concerts. Schermerhorn Symphony Center has become an in-demand venue for artists including Sheryl Crow, Tony Bennett, Diana Ross, Willie Nelson, Alabama, and Boyz II Men, all of whom have performed with the Nashville Symphony. The orchestra also performs regularly at Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheater.
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Ascend Amphitheater
310 1st Avenue South
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Music City Center
201 5th Avenue South
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The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum adds a strikingly modern touch to the Nashville skyline and is situated at the epicenter of the city’s rapidly growing core, a block from the popular honky-tonks of Broadway, across the street from Bridgestone Arena and Music City Center, and adjacent to the Omni Hotel. The museum, called the “Smithsonian of country music” because of its unrivaled collection, recently unveiled a $100 million expansion, doubling its size to 350,000 square feet of dynamic state-of-the-art galleries, archival storage, education classrooms, retail stores, and special event space boasting stunning downtown views. In the museum’s core exhibition, Sing Me Back Home: A Journey Through Country Music, visitors are immersed in the history and sounds of country music, its origins and traditions, and the stories and voices of many of its honored architects. The story is revealed through artifacts, photographs, and text panels, with a rich overlay of recorded sound, vintage video, and interactive touchscreens. Sing Me Back Home is enhanced by several limited-engagement exhibits including Outlaws & Armadillos: Country’s Roaring ’70s. The ACM Gallery and the Dinah and Fred Gretsch Family Gallery offer visitors a hands-on immersion into today’s country music with artifacts from today’s country stars and a series of technology-enhanced activities that allow guests to become “Certified Country.” In addition to world class galleries, the museum has the 776-seat CMA Theater; the 213-seat Ford Theater; the Taylor Swift Education Center; and multi-purpose event rental spaces in high demand. Other historic properties of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum include the legendary letterpress operation Hatch Show Print (located inside the museum) and Historic RCA Studio B (located on famed Music Row), Nashville’s oldest surviving recording studio, where landmark recordings by Elvis Presley, Dolly Parton, Waylon Jennings, and many others were made. Since 1987, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has been accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, certifying that the museum operates according to the highest standards, manages its more than two million-item collection responsibly, and provides quality service to the public. Of the 17,500 museums nationwide, only some 1000 are accredited. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has developed multiple platforms to make its collection accessible to a wider audience. From weekly instrument demonstrations to its flagship songwriting program for schools, Words & Music, the museum offers an aggressive schedule of educational programs. The museum also operates CMF Records, a Grammy-winning re-issue label (The Complete Hank Williams and Night Train to Nashville: Music City Rhythm & Blues, 1945-1970);and CMF Press, a book publishing arm that releases exhibit-related books in cooperation with Vanderbilt University Press and other major trade publishing houses.
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Country Music Hall of Fame
222 5th Avenue South
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The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum adds a strikingly modern touch to the Nashville skyline and is situated at the epicenter of the city’s rapidly growing core, a block from the popular honky-tonks of Broadway, across the street from Bridgestone Arena and Music City Center, and adjacent to the Omni Hotel. The museum, called the “Smithsonian of country music” because of its unrivaled collection, recently unveiled a $100 million expansion, doubling its size to 350,000 square feet of dynamic state-of-the-art galleries, archival storage, education classrooms, retail stores, and special event space boasting stunning downtown views. In the museum’s core exhibition, Sing Me Back Home: A Journey Through Country Music, visitors are immersed in the history and sounds of country music, its origins and traditions, and the stories and voices of many of its honored architects. The story is revealed through artifacts, photographs, and text panels, with a rich overlay of recorded sound, vintage video, and interactive touchscreens. Sing Me Back Home is enhanced by several limited-engagement exhibits including Outlaws & Armadillos: Country’s Roaring ’70s. The ACM Gallery and the Dinah and Fred Gretsch Family Gallery offer visitors a hands-on immersion into today’s country music with artifacts from today’s country stars and a series of technology-enhanced activities that allow guests to become “Certified Country.” In addition to world class galleries, the museum has the 776-seat CMA Theater; the 213-seat Ford Theater; the Taylor Swift Education Center; and multi-purpose event rental spaces in high demand. Other historic properties of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum include the legendary letterpress operation Hatch Show Print (located inside the museum) and Historic RCA Studio B (located on famed Music Row), Nashville’s oldest surviving recording studio, where landmark recordings by Elvis Presley, Dolly Parton, Waylon Jennings, and many others were made. Since 1987, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has been accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, certifying that the museum operates according to the highest standards, manages its more than two million-item collection responsibly, and provides quality service to the public. Of the 17,500 museums nationwide, only some 1000 are accredited. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has developed multiple platforms to make its collection accessible to a wider audience. From weekly instrument demonstrations to its flagship songwriting program for schools, Words & Music, the museum offers an aggressive schedule of educational programs. The museum also operates CMF Records, a Grammy-winning re-issue label (The Complete Hank Williams and Night Train to Nashville: Music City Rhythm & Blues, 1945-1970);and CMF Press, a book publishing arm that releases exhibit-related books in cooperation with Vanderbilt University Press and other major trade publishing houses.
Located in the heart of Nashville with an emphasis on community connectivity, walkability and public transportation, the Gulch is an unprecedented vibrant and dynamic mixed-use LEED certified community, home to the very best in urban living, office, retail, restaurant, entertainment venues and hospitality.
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The Gulch
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Located in the heart of Nashville with an emphasis on community connectivity, walkability and public transportation, the Gulch is an unprecedented vibrant and dynamic mixed-use LEED certified community, home to the very best in urban living, office, retail, restaurant, entertainment venues and hospitality.
Great hop on/hop off tours of the Nashville area!
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Old Town Trolley Tours Nashville
201 Broadway
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Great hop on/hop off tours of the Nashville area!
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Nashville Pedal Tavern
1504 Demonbreun Street
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This historic watering hole and prototypical honky-tonk is across the alley from the Ryman.
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Tootsies Orchid Lounge
422 Broadway
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This historic watering hole and prototypical honky-tonk is across the alley from the Ryman.
Broadway is a major thoroughfare in the downtown area in Nashville, Tennessee. It includes Lower Broadway, an entertainment district renowned for honky tonks and live country music. The street is also home to retail shops, restaurants, dessert spots, tourist attractions, and a few hotels.
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Broadway
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Broadway is a major thoroughfare in the downtown area in Nashville, Tennessee. It includes Lower Broadway, an entertainment district renowned for honky tonks and live country music. The street is also home to retail shops, restaurants, dessert spots, tourist attractions, and a few hotels.
What began as a simple radio broadcast in 1925 is today a live entertainment phenomenon. Dedicated to honoring country music’s rich history and dynamic present, the Grand Ole Opry showcases a mix of country legends and the contemporary chart-toppers who have followed in their footsteps. The Opry – an American icon and Nashville, Tennessee’s number-one attraction – is world-famous for creating one-of-a-kind entertainment experiences for audiences of all ages. It’s been called the “home of American music” and “country’s most famous stage.” Every year, hundreds of thousands of people make pilgrimages across town or around the world to the Grand Ole Opry to see the show live. Millions more tune in to Opry broadcasts via a mobile app, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, Nashville’s 650 AM WSM, and the Opry website and WSM 650 AM website. From Philadelphia to Fiji, everyone knows the Grand Ole Opry is "the show that made country music famous." How it earned that reputation is quite a tale. It began on the night of Nov. 28, 1925, when an announcer on Nashville radio station WSM introduced fiddle player Uncle Jimmy Thompson as the first performer on a new show called "The WSM Barn Dance." Now, more than 80 years later, the show Hay started is still going strong. Along the way, it has launched countless country music careers and led the way for Nashville to become Music City. Early Opry performers such as Roy Acuff, Minnie Pearl, Ernest Tubb, and Bill Monroe became musical foundations for the Opry during its years in residence at the historic Ryman Auditorium, later welcoming to the stage artists who would become entertainment icons in their own right including Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, and Bill Anderson. The Opry said goodbye to the Ryman Auditorium on Friday, March 15, 1974 to take up residence at the newly built Grand Ole Opry House. The next night, President Richard Nixon joined Roy Acuff on stage at the Grand Ole Opry House. Still, they could keep in touch with the traditions of the Ryman because a six-foot circle of hardwood was taken from the Ryman and placed center stage at the Opry House. Today the magic continues. Trace Adkins, Dierks Bentley, Vince Gill, Martina McBride, Brad Paisley, Ricky Skaggs, Marty Stuart, Alison Krauss, and Carrie Underwood are among the stars who are part of the Opry family. Thousands of people make pilgrimages every year to see and hear them, while millions tune in to enjoy the Opry via 650 AM WSM, Sirius XM Satellite Radio, syndicated radio, or opry.com.
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Grand Ole Opry
2804 Opryland Drive
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What began as a simple radio broadcast in 1925 is today a live entertainment phenomenon. Dedicated to honoring country music’s rich history and dynamic present, the Grand Ole Opry showcases a mix of country legends and the contemporary chart-toppers who have followed in their footsteps. The Opry – an American icon and Nashville, Tennessee’s number-one attraction – is world-famous for creating one-of-a-kind entertainment experiences for audiences of all ages. It’s been called the “home of American music” and “country’s most famous stage.” Every year, hundreds of thousands of people make pilgrimages across town or around the world to the Grand Ole Opry to see the show live. Millions more tune in to Opry broadcasts via a mobile app, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, Nashville’s 650 AM WSM, and the Opry website and WSM 650 AM website. From Philadelphia to Fiji, everyone knows the Grand Ole Opry is "the show that made country music famous." How it earned that reputation is quite a tale. It began on the night of Nov. 28, 1925, when an announcer on Nashville radio station WSM introduced fiddle player Uncle Jimmy Thompson as the first performer on a new show called "The WSM Barn Dance." Now, more than 80 years later, the show Hay started is still going strong. Along the way, it has launched countless country music careers and led the way for Nashville to become Music City. Early Opry performers such as Roy Acuff, Minnie Pearl, Ernest Tubb, and Bill Monroe became musical foundations for the Opry during its years in residence at the historic Ryman Auditorium, later welcoming to the stage artists who would become entertainment icons in their own right including Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, and Bill Anderson. The Opry said goodbye to the Ryman Auditorium on Friday, March 15, 1974 to take up residence at the newly built Grand Ole Opry House. The next night, President Richard Nixon joined Roy Acuff on stage at the Grand Ole Opry House. Still, they could keep in touch with the traditions of the Ryman because a six-foot circle of hardwood was taken from the Ryman and placed center stage at the Opry House. Today the magic continues. Trace Adkins, Dierks Bentley, Vince Gill, Martina McBride, Brad Paisley, Ricky Skaggs, Marty Stuart, Alison Krauss, and Carrie Underwood are among the stars who are part of the Opry family. Thousands of people make pilgrimages every year to see and hear them, while millions tune in to enjoy the Opry via 650 AM WSM, Sirius XM Satellite Radio, syndicated radio, or opry.com.
The Parthenon in Centennial Park, in Nashville, Tennessee, is a full-scale replica of the original Parthenon in Athens. It was designed by Confederate veteran William Crawford Smith and built in 1897 as part of the Tennessee Centennial Exposition.
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Parthenon
2500 West End Avenue
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The Parthenon in Centennial Park, in Nashville, Tennessee, is a full-scale replica of the original Parthenon in Athens. It was designed by Confederate veteran William Crawford Smith and built in 1897 as part of the Tennessee Centennial Exposition.
You may know about Andrew Jackson’s reputation as a military leader, a statesman, a Tennessee planter and a president, but what about his reputation as a horseman, or a turfsman as they would be called? Andrew Jackson was recognized for thoroughbred horse racing and was at the center of the growth of the industry in Tennessee. Jackson even continued racing while in the White House. Join The Hermitage for a new 19th-century interactive guest experience, where you will learn more about Jackson’s role in the most popular sport of his day and the men, women, gamblers and enslaved jockeys who made horse racing history. And you will have the opportunity to publicly (and loudly) bet on the outcome of one of Jackson’s most famous races, a heated contest between his prized horse Pacolet and his rival Haynie’s Maria. In this race, all bets are off. Visit The Hermitage to experience the bravado of the horse owners, the excitement of the wagering, and the story behind Jackson’s quest to beat Haynie’s Maria.
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The Hermitage
4580 Rachels Lane
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You may know about Andrew Jackson’s reputation as a military leader, a statesman, a Tennessee planter and a president, but what about his reputation as a horseman, or a turfsman as they would be called? Andrew Jackson was recognized for thoroughbred horse racing and was at the center of the growth of the industry in Tennessee. Jackson even continued racing while in the White House. Join The Hermitage for a new 19th-century interactive guest experience, where you will learn more about Jackson’s role in the most popular sport of his day and the men, women, gamblers and enslaved jockeys who made horse racing history. And you will have the opportunity to publicly (and loudly) bet on the outcome of one of Jackson’s most famous races, a heated contest between his prized horse Pacolet and his rival Haynie’s Maria. In this race, all bets are off. Visit The Hermitage to experience the bravado of the horse owners, the excitement of the wagering, and the story behind Jackson’s quest to beat Haynie’s Maria.
Belle Meade Plantation, located in Belle Meade, Tennessee, is a historic mansion that is now operated as a museum, together with outbuildings on its 30 acres of property. In the late 19th century, the plantation encompassed roughly 5,400 acres. A winery and visitors' center have been constructed on the property.
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Belle Meade Plantation
5025 Harding Pike
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Belle Meade Plantation, located in Belle Meade, Tennessee, is a historic mansion that is now operated as a museum, together with outbuildings on its 30 acres of property. In the late 19th century, the plantation encompassed roughly 5,400 acres. A winery and visitors' center have been constructed on the property.
Cheekwood is a 55-acre botanical garden and art museum located on the historic Cheek estate. Originally built as the home of Leslie and Mabel Cheek in 1929, Cheekwood is one of the finest examples of an American Country Place Era estate. Since being converted into a museum of art and botanical garden in 1960, Cheekwood has presented world-class art exhibitions, spectacular gardens and an historic estate unlike anything else. Each year, Cheekwood welcomes over 225,000 visitors, making it one of the city’s top cultural attractions, with approximately 14,000 member households. Visitors enjoy family activities, programming for all ages and year-round festivals celebrating the four seasons. From 150,000 blooming bulbs in the spring to one million holiday lights in the winter, there’s always something to see at Cheekwood.
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Cheekwood Estate and Gardens
1200 Forrest Park Drive
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Cheekwood is a 55-acre botanical garden and art museum located on the historic Cheek estate. Originally built as the home of Leslie and Mabel Cheek in 1929, Cheekwood is one of the finest examples of an American Country Place Era estate. Since being converted into a museum of art and botanical garden in 1960, Cheekwood has presented world-class art exhibitions, spectacular gardens and an historic estate unlike anything else. Each year, Cheekwood welcomes over 225,000 visitors, making it one of the city’s top cultural attractions, with approximately 14,000 member households. Visitors enjoy family activities, programming for all ages and year-round festivals celebrating the four seasons. From 150,000 blooming bulbs in the spring to one million holiday lights in the winter, there’s always something to see at Cheekwood.
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The Johnny Cash Museum & Cafe
119 3rd Avenue South
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RCA Studio B is a music recording studio in Nashville, Tennessee built in 1956. Originally known simply by the name "RCA Studios", it became known in the 1960s for being an essential factor to the development of the production style and technique known as the Nashville Sound.
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Historic RCA Studio B
1611 Roy Acuff Place
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RCA Studio B is a music recording studio in Nashville, Tennessee built in 1956. Originally known simply by the name "RCA Studios", it became known in the 1960s for being an essential factor to the development of the production style and technique known as the Nashville Sound.
At the beginning of the 20th century, Printer's Alley was home to a thriving publishing industry. The area was home to two large newspapers, ten print shops, and thirteen publishers.[2] When Printer's Alley first became a nightclub and entertainment district, sale of liquor for on premise consumption was illegal in Nashville (and throughout Tennessee). Restaurants and clubs in the alley served liquor anyway, often claiming it had been "brown bagged" (brought in by customers). Law enforcement agencies normally looked the other way on such sales. Liquor sales in restaurants were finally legalized in 1968. One famous Printer's Alley club was Jimmy Hyde's Carousel Club, a jazz venue frequented by many Nashville musicians, among them a significant number of studio musicians who loved jazz despite spending their day backing country singers. These players would jam after the sessions were done and the music was often jazz. Among them were Chet Atkins, Floyd Cramer, Boots Randolph, Bob Moore, Brenton Banks, Buddy Harman and Hank Garland. Later, Randolph purchased the Carousel. In 1998, murder came to the Alley when longtime club proprietor David "Skull" Schulman was murdered by a robber shortly before his club was due to open.
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Printers Alley
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At the beginning of the 20th century, Printer's Alley was home to a thriving publishing industry. The area was home to two large newspapers, ten print shops, and thirteen publishers.[2] When Printer's Alley first became a nightclub and entertainment district, sale of liquor for on premise consumption was illegal in Nashville (and throughout Tennessee). Restaurants and clubs in the alley served liquor anyway, often claiming it had been "brown bagged" (brought in by customers). Law enforcement agencies normally looked the other way on such sales. Liquor sales in restaurants were finally legalized in 1968. One famous Printer's Alley club was Jimmy Hyde's Carousel Club, a jazz venue frequented by many Nashville musicians, among them a significant number of studio musicians who loved jazz despite spending their day backing country singers. These players would jam after the sessions were done and the music was often jazz. Among them were Chet Atkins, Floyd Cramer, Boots Randolph, Bob Moore, Brenton Banks, Buddy Harman and Hank Garland. Later, Randolph purchased the Carousel. In 1998, murder came to the Alley when longtime club proprietor David "Skull" Schulman was murdered by a robber shortly before his club was due to open.
This is literally a trailer and popular dive bar! Unique and interesting find for some dive bar karaoke!
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Santa's Pub
2225 Bransford Avenue
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This is literally a trailer and popular dive bar! Unique and interesting find for some dive bar karaoke!
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Riverfront Park
100 1st Avenue North
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Nashville Farmers' Market
900 Rosa L Parks Boulevard
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Cumberland Park
592 South 1st Street
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Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row serves American gastropub cuisine using only premium and local ingredients. The menu includes a selection of starters, burgers, sandwiches, and variety of larger entrees. For brunch, the menu offers fan favorite items such as the Monte Cristo French Toast & Dierks Scramble. In addition to the incredible food, Whiskey Row offers a craft cocktail menu that includes delicious originals like the Tequila Mockingbird and Dierks Lemonade. The historic venue sits on the corner of Broadway and 4th Ave N. Whiskey Row Nashville features two floors and a rooftop patio, each with its own unique personality. The first & second floor feature live music daily with a stage, two bars and full dining menu. The second floor also offers an exciting nightlife experience with a DJ booth, dance floor, and VIP tables for flight service. The rooftop patio is open all night and day with a full bar and menu. The Whiskey Rooftop offers breathtaking views of Lower Broadway and the historic Ryman Auditorium.
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Dierks Bentley's Whiskey Row
400 Broadway
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Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row serves American gastropub cuisine using only premium and local ingredients. The menu includes a selection of starters, burgers, sandwiches, and variety of larger entrees. For brunch, the menu offers fan favorite items such as the Monte Cristo French Toast & Dierks Scramble. In addition to the incredible food, Whiskey Row offers a craft cocktail menu that includes delicious originals like the Tequila Mockingbird and Dierks Lemonade. The historic venue sits on the corner of Broadway and 4th Ave N. Whiskey Row Nashville features two floors and a rooftop patio, each with its own unique personality. The first & second floor feature live music daily with a stage, two bars and full dining menu. The second floor also offers an exciting nightlife experience with a DJ booth, dance floor, and VIP tables for flight service. The rooftop patio is open all night and day with a full bar and menu. The Whiskey Rooftop offers breathtaking views of Lower Broadway and the historic Ryman Auditorium.
The rooftop lounge at Bobby Hotel offers eclectic vibes appealing to all Nashville personalities. Have drinks under the stars in the back of a 1956 retrofitted Scenicruiser, or take the drivers seat overlooking 4th and The Avenue of the Arts.
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Bobby - Rooftop Lounge
230 4th Ave N
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The rooftop lounge at Bobby Hotel offers eclectic vibes appealing to all Nashville personalities. Have drinks under the stars in the back of a 1956 retrofitted Scenicruiser, or take the drivers seat overlooking 4th and The Avenue of the Arts.
The General Jackson Showboat cruises the Cumberland River twice a day and at 300 feet in length, it is one of the largest showboats in the country. It boasts four massive decks with a beautiful two-story Victorian Theater located in the center of the boat where live music shows are performed. Both midday and evening cruises offer a variety of entertainment options throughout the year. You'll always find something new just around the bend. Holiday cruises begin mid-November each year, and special cruises includes a festive New Year's Eve celebration. The General Jackson is an experience you'll only find in Music City!
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General Jackson Showboat
2812 Opryland Drive
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The General Jackson Showboat cruises the Cumberland River twice a day and at 300 feet in length, it is one of the largest showboats in the country. It boasts four massive decks with a beautiful two-story Victorian Theater located in the center of the boat where live music shows are performed. Both midday and evening cruises offer a variety of entertainment options throughout the year. You'll always find something new just around the bend. Holiday cruises begin mid-November each year, and special cruises includes a festive New Year's Eve celebration. The General Jackson is an experience you'll only find in Music City!
Dive bars are an American tradition. For better or worse, every town in America has at least one and Nashville’s is Losers Bar and Grill. Spend the evening with the who’s who of Nashville’s music industry at an intimate, no-frills venue for live music, serving classic bar eats & a variety of beers on tap. You never know who you might run into… This Life Ain’t For Everybody!
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Losers Bar & Grill
1911 Division Street
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Dive bars are an American tradition. For better or worse, every town in America has at least one and Nashville’s is Losers Bar and Grill. Spend the evening with the who’s who of Nashville’s music industry at an intimate, no-frills venue for live music, serving classic bar eats & a variety of beers on tap. You never know who you might run into… This Life Ain’t For Everybody!
Food scene
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City Winery
609 Lafayette Street
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Biscuit Love is a bright, spacious offshoot of a food truck known for locally sourced Southern fare. Southern biscuits, breakfast and lunch served daily in the heart of Nashville, TN. Located in the Gulch, Biscuit Love is open daily from 7-3. Biscuit Love is also home to the East Nasty, named Bon Appétit's 2015 Sandwich of the Year.
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Biscuit Love Gulch
316 11th Avenue South
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Biscuit Love is a bright, spacious offshoot of a food truck known for locally sourced Southern fare. Southern biscuits, breakfast and lunch served daily in the heart of Nashville, TN. Located in the Gulch, Biscuit Love is open daily from 7-3. Biscuit Love is also home to the East Nasty, named Bon Appétit's 2015 Sandwich of the Year.
Acme Feed & Seed, Nashville’s iconic, century-old building, located in the heart of downtown, provides locals and visitors an elevated downtown experience while honoring the much-loved character of Lower Broadway. The first floor is an updated take on the classic honky-tonk, offering street-food inspired cuisine, craft beer, and live music featuring a rotating selection of Nashville’s diverse musical landscape – where every genre is represented. The second floor features a lounge with seasonally-inspired handcrafted cocktails, a menu of shareable dishes and is home to Acme's sushi bar. The third floor encompasses The Hatchery, the largest one-level private event and music venue on Lower Broadway. On Acme's rooftop, guests enjoy an open-air bar with views overlooking the neon lights of Broadway, Nissan Stadium and stunning views of the Cumberland River.
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Acme Feed & Seed
101 Broadway
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Acme Feed & Seed, Nashville’s iconic, century-old building, located in the heart of downtown, provides locals and visitors an elevated downtown experience while honoring the much-loved character of Lower Broadway. The first floor is an updated take on the classic honky-tonk, offering street-food inspired cuisine, craft beer, and live music featuring a rotating selection of Nashville’s diverse musical landscape – where every genre is represented. The second floor features a lounge with seasonally-inspired handcrafted cocktails, a menu of shareable dishes and is home to Acme's sushi bar. The third floor encompasses The Hatchery, the largest one-level private event and music venue on Lower Broadway. On Acme's rooftop, guests enjoy an open-air bar with views overlooking the neon lights of Broadway, Nissan Stadium and stunning views of the Cumberland River.
The restaurant, named after Chef Waxman’s late mother, features an open kitchen with a large fireplace grill, wood-burning oven, white quarter-sawn oak bar, and chef’s counter. The menu at Adele’s focuses on seasonal, accessible comfort food sourced from local farms and purveyors. Located in The Gulch between Vanderbilt University and downtown. Great bar, dining and private event spaces.
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Adele's
1210 McGavock Street
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The restaurant, named after Chef Waxman’s late mother, features an open kitchen with a large fireplace grill, wood-burning oven, white quarter-sawn oak bar, and chef’s counter. The menu at Adele’s focuses on seasonal, accessible comfort food sourced from local farms and purveyors. Located in The Gulch between Vanderbilt University and downtown. Great bar, dining and private event spaces.
As a pioneer of elevated independent restaurants in Nashville, Virago has consistently transformed throughout its nineteen-year reign as the city’s gold standard for sushi and Asian cuisine. Virago's latest transformation is its much-anticipated move next door to 1120 McGavock Street. Refreshed with a more cosmopolitan, yet edgier design, Virago’s new space includes a seductive interior with secluded booths and private dining rooms set against a renewed focus on an energetic, late night lounge scene. Asian inspired mixology accompanies the city’s most expansive Japanese whiskey and sake lists. Sushi Chef Himmi continues his sixteen-year run of creating makimono and nigirizushi masterpieces. More than just a restaurant, Virago is an experience. And the experience is transforming... once again.
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Virago
1126 McGavock Street
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As a pioneer of elevated independent restaurants in Nashville, Virago has consistently transformed throughout its nineteen-year reign as the city’s gold standard for sushi and Asian cuisine. Virago's latest transformation is its much-anticipated move next door to 1120 McGavock Street. Refreshed with a more cosmopolitan, yet edgier design, Virago’s new space includes a seductive interior with secluded booths and private dining rooms set against a renewed focus on an energetic, late night lounge scene. Asian inspired mixology accompanies the city’s most expansive Japanese whiskey and sake lists. Sushi Chef Himmi continues his sixteen-year run of creating makimono and nigirizushi masterpieces. More than just a restaurant, Virago is an experience. And the experience is transforming... once again.
Hard Rock has been rockin’ the globe for 41 years. Now where could there be a better place for Hard Rock Cafe than Music City? Located in the historic 'District' of downtown Nashville at the foot of Riverfront Park, Hard Rock Cafe is the perfect place to fuel up on specialty dishes made in house from scratch every day. Enjoy local Live Music in our newly renovated Reverb Room and partake in the best view of Downtown and the Cumberland River from our Ledge and be sure to stop by the Rock Shop to get your one of a kind Rock T Shirt or pin.
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Hard Rock Cafe
100 Broadway
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Hard Rock has been rockin’ the globe for 41 years. Now where could there be a better place for Hard Rock Cafe than Music City? Located in the historic 'District' of downtown Nashville at the foot of Riverfront Park, Hard Rock Cafe is the perfect place to fuel up on specialty dishes made in house from scratch every day. Enjoy local Live Music in our newly renovated Reverb Room and partake in the best view of Downtown and the Cumberland River from our Ledge and be sure to stop by the Rock Shop to get your one of a kind Rock T Shirt or pin.
Tavern is the city’s cool-casual, “gastro-pub” concept. Established as a local “foodie favorite”, the inspired cuisine is fun and creative, yet accessible to most any palate. Tavern’s bar features an extensive list of wines, spirits, beers, and dazzling cocktails. Both cozy and socially stimulating, Tavern’s posh wraparound booths and mezzanine seating offer great views of the energetic bar scene. Fourteen plasmas and big screens display all the important games, and our DJs spin music and videos later in the night. A large, bi-level patio offers al fresco dining and socializing. Tavern also offers private rooms ideal for special events.
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Tavern
1904 Broadway
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Tavern is the city’s cool-casual, “gastro-pub” concept. Established as a local “foodie favorite”, the inspired cuisine is fun and creative, yet accessible to most any palate. Tavern’s bar features an extensive list of wines, spirits, beers, and dazzling cocktails. Both cozy and socially stimulating, Tavern’s posh wraparound booths and mezzanine seating offer great views of the energetic bar scene. Fourteen plasmas and big screens display all the important games, and our DJs spin music and videos later in the night. A large, bi-level patio offers al fresco dining and socializing. Tavern also offers private rooms ideal for special events.
Since Rosepepper's opening in 2001, founder Ernest Chaires has been a pioneer of what is now the East Nashville bar and restaurant scene. Winning numerous awards including Nashville's Best Mexican Restaurant and Best Margarita, for the 11th year in a row, Rosepepper has established itself as Nashville's leading tequila bar and restaurant. Specializing in Sonoran Style Mexican cuisine, we offer an eclectic menu only to be matched by our equally unique vibe and atmosphere. With a full bar and over eighty varieties of tequila, it is the ideal jumpstart for a night on the town or a festive dinner among friends.
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Rosepepper Cantina
1907 Eastland Avenue
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Since Rosepepper's opening in 2001, founder Ernest Chaires has been a pioneer of what is now the East Nashville bar and restaurant scene. Winning numerous awards including Nashville's Best Mexican Restaurant and Best Margarita, for the 11th year in a row, Rosepepper has established itself as Nashville's leading tequila bar and restaurant. Specializing in Sonoran Style Mexican cuisine, we offer an eclectic menu only to be matched by our equally unique vibe and atmosphere. With a full bar and over eighty varieties of tequila, it is the ideal jumpstart for a night on the town or a festive dinner among friends.
The Café at Thistle Farms is a restaurant and special event space located along West Nashville’s revitalized Charlotte Pike corridor. With a new menu developed by culinary director and beloved Nashville chef Martha Stamps, the Café serves globally inspired, locally sourced breakfast, lunch, and Nashville’s only daily tea service. The Café sources its fresh, produce-driven food and beverage offerings from a variety of Middle Tennessee farmers and makers, including Willow Farms, Long Hungry Creek, Frothy Monkey Bakery, Just Love Coffee, Firepot Nomadic Teas, Bell's Bend Farms, Carter Creek Farms, and Groves Family Dairy. The Café is part of Thistle Farms' social enterprise, which heals, empowers, and employs women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction.
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The Café at Thistle Farms
5122 Charlotte Avenue
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The Café at Thistle Farms is a restaurant and special event space located along West Nashville’s revitalized Charlotte Pike corridor. With a new menu developed by culinary director and beloved Nashville chef Martha Stamps, the Café serves globally inspired, locally sourced breakfast, lunch, and Nashville’s only daily tea service. The Café sources its fresh, produce-driven food and beverage offerings from a variety of Middle Tennessee farmers and makers, including Willow Farms, Long Hungry Creek, Frothy Monkey Bakery, Just Love Coffee, Firepot Nomadic Teas, Bell's Bend Farms, Carter Creek Farms, and Groves Family Dairy. The Café is part of Thistle Farms' social enterprise, which heals, empowers, and employs women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction.
Edley's Bar-B-Que unites the best barbecue this side of the Mississippi with sides made from scratch daily. Edley's takes great pride in pork, chicken, turkey, brisket, and wings smoked low and slow daily. The Tuck Special, hot chicken, and catfish sandwiches are some of the local favorites. The bar offers 18 craft beers on tap and creative Southern cocktails that will make you want to stay and relax on one of the two patios. Edley's was voted best barbecue in Nashville for four years straight. They couple delicious barbecue with a casual and inviting atmosphere.
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Edley's Bar-B-Que
4500 Murphy Rd
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Edley's Bar-B-Que unites the best barbecue this side of the Mississippi with sides made from scratch daily. Edley's takes great pride in pork, chicken, turkey, brisket, and wings smoked low and slow daily. The Tuck Special, hot chicken, and catfish sandwiches are some of the local favorites. The bar offers 18 craft beers on tap and creative Southern cocktails that will make you want to stay and relax on one of the two patios. Edley's was voted best barbecue in Nashville for four years straight. They couple delicious barbecue with a casual and inviting atmosphere.
Frothy Monkey is the Breakfast through Dinner Coffeehouse featuring creative folks using local ingredients to prepare original dishes served in a cozy and approachable atmosphere. We offer breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner with an expanded beverage offerings to include coffeehouse standards as well as craft beer, wine and cocktails. Other highlights: 2-4-1 beer + wine weekdays 2pm-7pm, kids menu, Gluten-Free options, Vegetarian/Vegan friendly, mindful of other dietary needs, REAL certified by The United States Healthful Food Council. Frothy Monkey has been a source of conscientiously crafted coffee and food and a meeting place for local professionals, families, and creatives since 2004. It was one of the first coffeehouse concepts in Nashville and one of the cornerstone businesses to open in the transformed 12th South Nashville neighborhood.
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Frothy Monkey
2509 12th Avenue South
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Frothy Monkey is the Breakfast through Dinner Coffeehouse featuring creative folks using local ingredients to prepare original dishes served in a cozy and approachable atmosphere. We offer breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner with an expanded beverage offerings to include coffeehouse standards as well as craft beer, wine and cocktails. Other highlights: 2-4-1 beer + wine weekdays 2pm-7pm, kids menu, Gluten-Free options, Vegetarian/Vegan friendly, mindful of other dietary needs, REAL certified by The United States Healthful Food Council. Frothy Monkey has been a source of conscientiously crafted coffee and food and a meeting place for local professionals, families, and creatives since 2004. It was one of the first coffeehouse concepts in Nashville and one of the cornerstone businesses to open in the transformed 12th South Nashville neighborhood.
Invented in 1912 in a copper kettle at the Standard Candy Company right here in Nashville, the Goo Goo Cluster is the world's first combination candy bar. The unique confection is a roundish mound of caramel, marshmallow nougat, fresh roasted peanuts and real milk chocolate. Today, the Original Goo Goo Cluster is also available in two additional varieties: Supreme (with pecans instead of peanuts) and Peanut Butter. An iconic Southern brand, it’s rich 100+ year history comes to life at Goo Goo’s flagship retail store, the Goo Goo Shop, opened in 2014 on 3rd Avenue South in the heart of the SoBro area of downtown Nashville. Here guests can purchase all variations of the Goo Goo Cluster and a variety of branded merchandise. Please keep us in mind for your fun interactive Candy-Making Experiences with Team Building, Chocolate & Local Spirits Pairing, Welcome Gifts, Happy Hour with Goos, Booze & Bubbly, After-Dinner Dessert, Buyout & Block parties, Goo Goo Roadshow (Make your own offsite), Grab a Goo Goo Old Country Barrel (on/offsite), and Decadent Catering Buffets wherever your party is!
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Goo Goo Shop
116 3rd Avenue South
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Invented in 1912 in a copper kettle at the Standard Candy Company right here in Nashville, the Goo Goo Cluster is the world's first combination candy bar. The unique confection is a roundish mound of caramel, marshmallow nougat, fresh roasted peanuts and real milk chocolate. Today, the Original Goo Goo Cluster is also available in two additional varieties: Supreme (with pecans instead of peanuts) and Peanut Butter. An iconic Southern brand, it’s rich 100+ year history comes to life at Goo Goo’s flagship retail store, the Goo Goo Shop, opened in 2014 on 3rd Avenue South in the heart of the SoBro area of downtown Nashville. Here guests can purchase all variations of the Goo Goo Cluster and a variety of branded merchandise. Please keep us in mind for your fun interactive Candy-Making Experiences with Team Building, Chocolate & Local Spirits Pairing, Welcome Gifts, Happy Hour with Goos, Booze & Bubbly, After-Dinner Dessert, Buyout & Block parties, Goo Goo Roadshow (Make your own offsite), Grab a Goo Goo Old Country Barrel (on/offsite), and Decadent Catering Buffets wherever your party is!
Rooted in the traditions of regional cooking, Henley celebrates quality products made by American hands. From the ribbons of local ham that come off the classic Berkel slicer to design details sourced from Nashville artisans. The modern American menu features inspired cuisine influenced heavily by the South, with local product and seasonal ingredients.
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Henrietta Red
1200 4th Ave N
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Rooted in the traditions of regional cooking, Henley celebrates quality products made by American hands. From the ribbons of local ham that come off the classic Berkel slicer to design details sourced from Nashville artisans. The modern American menu features inspired cuisine influenced heavily by the South, with local product and seasonal ingredients.
Created by husband and wife team Joseph Bogan and Crystal De Luna-Bogan, a Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef. The Grilled Cheeserie is Nashville's favorite food truck turned into a shop, serving up gourmet grilled cheese melts and nostalgic treats featuring seasonally inspired, responsibly sourced products.
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The Grilled Cheeserie
2003 Belcourt Ave
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Created by husband and wife team Joseph Bogan and Crystal De Luna-Bogan, a Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef. The Grilled Cheeserie is Nashville's favorite food truck turned into a shop, serving up gourmet grilled cheese melts and nostalgic treats featuring seasonally inspired, responsibly sourced products.
Hattie B’s Hot Chicken is a family business, owned and operated by father-and-son team, Nick Bishop, Sr. and Nick Bishop, Jr., with two locations in Nashville, at 5209 Charlotte Avenue and 112 19th Avenue South. Hattie B’s is renowned nationally for its spicy fried chicken served with increasing levels of heat, including “hot,” “damn hot” and “shut the cluck up!!!” and its scratch-made sides such as black-eyed pea salad and pimento mac & cheese.
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Hattie B's Hot Chicken - Melrose Nashville, TN
2222 8th Ave S
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Hattie B’s Hot Chicken is a family business, owned and operated by father-and-son team, Nick Bishop, Sr. and Nick Bishop, Jr., with two locations in Nashville, at 5209 Charlotte Avenue and 112 19th Avenue South. Hattie B’s is renowned nationally for its spicy fried chicken served with increasing levels of heat, including “hot,” “damn hot” and “shut the cluck up!!!” and its scratch-made sides such as black-eyed pea salad and pimento mac & cheese.
Hopsmith Tavern is a unique, three-story restaurant and bar located in the heart of Midtown, one of the hottest areas in Nashville. Just steps from Music Row and five minutes from Lower Broadway, it draws and attracts a great balance of locals and tourists. Each floor of this “house” boasts a nostalgic theme inspired and designed to make every guest feel right at home, providing a lively friendly atmosphere. The theme continues as the menu features delicious, upscale American-style pub fare and offers a variety of healthy options to ensure there’s something for everyone. With a full bar and 24 beers on tap on all three floors, it's a great space to settle in and get comfortable with friends, family, and co-workers. Whether it’s for business or pleasure, there are multiple areas to accommodate groups of all sizes in a fun, semi-private or private dining setting.
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Hopsmith Nashville
1903 Division St
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Hopsmith Tavern is a unique, three-story restaurant and bar located in the heart of Midtown, one of the hottest areas in Nashville. Just steps from Music Row and five minutes from Lower Broadway, it draws and attracts a great balance of locals and tourists. Each floor of this “house” boasts a nostalgic theme inspired and designed to make every guest feel right at home, providing a lively friendly atmosphere. The theme continues as the menu features delicious, upscale American-style pub fare and offers a variety of healthy options to ensure there’s something for everyone. With a full bar and 24 beers on tap on all three floors, it's a great space to settle in and get comfortable with friends, family, and co-workers. Whether it’s for business or pleasure, there are multiple areas to accommodate groups of all sizes in a fun, semi-private or private dining setting.