Girls Weekend Guide in Nashville, Tennessee
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I grew up stopping in Nashville, Tennessee on road trips with my mom and sister. I always loved the combination of food and music in a town that really delivers on Southern hospitality. Now, it's so fun to go back and see how the city has grown, try new restaurants and experience the nightlife. It's a magical place — even people who don't like country music, for some reason, still feel a little at home in Nashville.
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Where to stay in Nashville, Tennessee
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Noelle, Nashville, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel
Noelle is an immersive hotel and creative gathering place in downtown Nashville for adventurous people seeking a true Nashville encounter.
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Things to do in Nashville, Tennessee
Enjoy the Country Music
When in Nashville, the rhythm of your visit is based on country music. The Country Music Hall of Fame and the Grand Ole Opry are a must for music lovers! They are great spots to learn about the history of country music in the town where it originates and enjoy an excellent show or two. Once you’re done with the institutions, enjoy the local bars and honky tonks for more country music fun.
See a Show at Bluebird
The Bluebird Cafe is an iconic Nashville club featuring up-and-coming and experienced songwriters. Tour the venue and stick around for a show because you may just experience how a star is born.
Nashville is also great for local shopping featuring fun southern attire like cowboy boots and more. Head out to The Gulch neighborhood and enjoy the urban shopping scene. The 12 South street is an excellent spot for some shopping as well. Check out Kristin Cavallari's jewelry store Uncommon James and Reese Witherspoon's clothing store Draper James.
Broadway and Music Row
Hit the bars on Broadway to listen to live music. It is an excellent chance to experience the music scene firsthand. You can also take a tour of Music Row to see the different recording studios.
Places to eat & drink in Nashville, Tennessee
Virago: Delicious and inventive sushi restaurant with great vibes. Try the spicy tuna crispy rice with pop rocks.
The Hampton Social: Fun brunch spot that brings all of the Instagram content, yummy snacks and fun activities into one place.
White Limozeen The Graduate hotel’s rooftop bar with the most fun Dolly Parton theme, the best cocktails in Nashville, and outstanding appetizers.
Rolf and Daughters: Spectacular Italian restaurant, but get reservations ahead of time as this place is usually packed!
Josephine on 12th: Fun brunch spot with music and flowing drinks perfect before hitting Broadway.
Biscuit Love: Try the donut holes! But get there early because there will be a line out the door.
Tavern: Get brunch here, then go across the street for drinks and games at Kung Fu.
Sixty Vines: Walk around Assembly Food Hall before stopping on the top level to enjoy dinner at this adorable wine bar.
Tootsie's Orchid Lounge: Multiple levels of great live country music at the most famous honky tonk. Famous singers like Patsy Cline got their start here.
Rippy's Honky Tonk: Come out to this honky tonk for live music if you want something other than country.
The Stage on Broadway: Featured in the movie Country Strong, this is the place where you'll see great live music with shorter lines than the main honky tonks.
Ole Red: A honky tonk bar with surprise celebrity guests at times.
Acme Feed & Seed: A great off-Broadway spot with multiple levels and views of the river.
L.A. Jackson: Awesome rooftop bar off-Broadway with great views of the city located inside the Thompson Hotel.
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