Nashville: Music City

I’ve been to Nashville several times, each time is better than the last. Much like Austin, Nashville is constantly growing, changing and adding things to the ever so long list of things to do. However, one of the things I love most about Nashville is its consistent spirit- even with their constant adjustments to today’s city and tourism expectations, they never lose sight of whats important: the music and the traditions. It’s truly admirable and charming.Nashville has several neighborhoods, for planning purposes I organized our activities by neighborhood so we weren’t constantly wasting time hopping from one to the other and wasting money on ubers to get back and forth.



The Gulch

East Nashville



I could tell you all about my latest trip, yes we were THOSE people who flew to Nashville for a bachelorette party, instead I’ll just leave you with a laundry list of places to eat, things to do and where to go to unwind with a drink. In true Gmoney fashion, my favorites are starred*


Jack’s BBQ (Lower Broadway)
Rippy’s (Lower Broadway)
Chocolate Co. (East Nashville)*
Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant (5th Ave.)
Hattie B’s (Fried Chicken)*
Pancake Pantry (Brunch)*
Blue Bird Cafe (Purchase tickets online for dinner & show)
Vegan Vee Bakery
Maggie Moo’sIce Cream
Hog Heaven (BBQ)*
Loveless Cafe
The Pharmacy (East Nashville)
The Farmhouse
Monell’s (Down home cooking
Sky Blue (Brunch)
Acme Feed and Seed*
The Grilled Cheeserie*
Watermark (Gulch)
Pinewood Social (East Nashville)
The Southern


Anything on Lower Broadway (just pick one, you can’t go wrong!)
L27 (Rooftop @ Westin)*
Rare Bird (Rooftop @ Noelle’s)*
Acme Feed and Seed (1st & Broadway)*
Tootsies (Lower Broadway, you just might see someone famous)*
Bar Love (Gulch)
Old Glory
Bar 308 (East Nashville)
Honky Tonk Central (Broadway)*
Tree House
Play Tribe, Wild Horse (great for dancing)
3 Crow, Red Door (Dive bars)
Crazytown (Broadway)*
FGL House (skyline views)
Nashville Underground (Broadway)
Whisky Row (Broadway)*
Crying Wolf (East Nashville)
Mad Donna’s (East Nashville)
Lipstick Lounge (East Nashville)
Wild Beaver (Karaoke, ride the mechanical bull!)
George Jones (Rooftop)*
Printer’s Alley (Live Jazz)*
Winners & Losers*
Attaboy (speakeasy)
Crema (speakeasy)



Johnny Cash Museum
Country Music Hall of Fame*
Walk of Fame*
The Grand Ole Opry*
Flea Market @ Fairground
12 South*
The Ryman Auditorium*
Centennial Park
Murals (Gulch, 11th, 12th)*
Pedal tavern (beware of cardio)
Pinewood Social*
The Listening Room (Featured above)
Serenity Salt Cave



Black Abbey
E. Nashville
Fat Bottom
Mantra Artisan
Music City
New Heights
Rock Bottom
TN Brewworks
Little Harpeth
Mill Creek


Belle Meade*
Diskin Cidery
Grinders Switch
Natchez Hills


Cascade Hollow
Jack Daniels*
Nashville Craft
Nelson’s Green Brier
Speakeasy- Beechtree, Collier, McKeel

There it is, there’s my list. Whatever happens in Nashville, gets posted on Instagram. #basic

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