NASHVILLE

Have I mentioned I’m going to Nashville tomorrow on my bachelorette party? Yup, it’s happening! It’s a city I’ve always wanted to visit and the New York Times writing it up as the next big destination only sealed the deal. So that’s where you come in, I know some of you out there must have already been. Any great recommendations? I’d be so appreciative if you’d share your hidden gems with the girls and I!

P.S. I have the perfect playlist cued up for tomorrow’s plane ride if you’d like to take a listen (but if you don’t like the show Nashville – and I can’t imagine that would be the case – it’s probably not worth clicking through…)

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  • Tara

    Margot Cafe (brunch or dinner), Patterson House (drinks), Grilled Cheeserie (track down this truck!), Rumors (drinks), Germantown Cafe (dinner)…
    email me if you have questions or need more suggestions

    • http://www.chevronsandstripes.com/ sarah | chevrons & stripes

      Question, can you go to Patterson House without a reservation? We are 11 so I’m wary of just showing up places! Thank you so much for the reccs Tara!

  • rachel

    i would recommend having a car. it’s definitely possible to have a great time without one if you just stay in the downtown area, but if you plan on venturing too far out, I would rent a car or have someone bring theirs. There is a new place on 5th Ave called pub 5 that is brand new and has GREAT food. It’s next door to the Palm. I second the Patterson House rec., but I would def. get a reservation, esp. on a weekend night. I would probably arrange for a reservation wherever you (except bars) if you have such a large group. enjoy your time here!!!

  • Bayley

    I lived in Nashville several years ago and celebrated my Bachelorette weekend there also – I’ve lived all over the country and Nashville is still my favorite city! There are so many good restaurants, many newer ones in The Gulch (Sambuca, Whiskey Kitchen, etc) and I love Cabana in Hillsboro Village. Marche for breakfast is delicious, and Pancake Pantry is a Nashville tradition (with long lines). And if you want something classically “Nashville,” you can take line dancing lessons at the Wildhorse Saloon, or go listen to a band at The Stage. I also love a walk through Cheekwood Botanical Gardens. Have Fun!

  • Adina

    If you want to have some of the best Mexican food anywhere, definitely track down Yayo’s Original Mexican Gourmet- hands down 1 of Nashville’s best food trucks- their Mahi Mahi tacos are amazing!! Also, Cheekwood Gardens is a beautiful place to walk around :)

  • Jen Ramos

    Hope you have a wonderful time! Nashville sounds amazing!

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  • http://twitter.com/seutsler Sarah Eutsler

    Cheekwood is lovely, and I absolutely love the Frist museum. They tend to always have great exhibits. The Parthenon replica and Centennial Park is cool to at least drive by (it’s an art museum, as well). And you should definitely check out the village just south of the Vanderbilt campus, which has cute shops and boutiques.

  • lara / the glossarie.

    one of my favorite cities! my best friend moved there in 2007 and i’ve visited several times. have a ball on your b’ette :)

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