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2015 Nashville Visitors guide
VOlUME 11, July-December 2015

With Music There’s
always a Party 24/7/365
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Navigate our neighborhoods
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Music to my ears
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Facts & Information
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Attractions
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Shopping
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Sports & Recreation
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Lodging
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Events
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Tours & Transportation
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Dining
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Live Music & Entertainment
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visitor Services
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MapsINSIDE BACK COVER

Cover art by
Jim Sherraden
Master Printer,
Hatch Show Print
Founded in 1879,
Hatch Show Print is
a thriving letterpress
poster shop that
prints and sells
posters and is a
historic property of
the Country Music
Hall of Fame® and
Museum.

nashville convention & visitors CORP chief marketing officer deana ivey • Senior v.p./Public affairs andrea arnold
v.p./travel publishing susan Chappell
travel Project Manager Jill Wyatt

Chairman Greg Thurman
President/Publisher Bob Schwartzman

Writers Jessica Mozo, Cindy Sanders

Executive Vice President Ray Langen

Senior Integrated Media Manager

Senior V.P./Operations Casey Hester

Jordan Moore

Senior V.P./Sales Jarek Swekosky

Creative services Director Christina Carden

sales manager Jared Lane

Art Director Laura Gallagher

Controller Chris Dudley

Senior Graphic Designers Heather Hauser,
Vikki Williams

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Photography Director Jeffrey S. Otto
Senior Photographers Jeff Adkins,
Brian McCord
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Michael TEdesco
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MUSIC CITY JULY 4TH: LET FREEDOM SING!
One of the nation’s largest award-winning fireworks displays – featuring GRAMMY®-nominated songwriter
Mikky Ekko and GRAMMY®-nominated country artist Martina McBride.
July 4 – Broadway and 1st Avenue – visitmusiccity.com/july4th
ASCEND AMPHITHEATER
Live concerts including Eric Church, ZZ Top, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and more throughout the fall in the new Ascend
Amphitheater with panoramic views of Nashville’s skyline – summer home of the GRAMMY®-Award winning
Nashville Symphony.
Fall 2015 – Ascend Amphitheater – ascendamphitheater.com
LIGHTNING 100’S LIVE ON THE GREEN MUSIC FESTIVAL
This free music festival showcases Nashville’s emerging musical talent and well-known national acts.
August - September – Public Square Park – liveonthegreen.net
AMERICANA MUSIC FESTIVAL
One major event that joins legendary Americana artists and fans. Conference includes renowned
performances and expert panels – featuring 165 performances at over nine venues.
September 15 - 20 – Events held throughout city – americanamusic.org
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Make plans now for the 2016 NHL All-Star Game. Coming to Music City in January 2016.

MUSIC CITY FOOD + WINE FESTIVAL
The nation’s top chefs unite with regional food, wine and spirits heroes for a two-day festival
showcasing the best of today’s culinary creations. Hosted by Kings of Leon.
September 19 - 20 – Public Square Park – musiccityfoodandwinefestival.com
GAYLORD OPRYLAND’S® A COUNTRY CHRISTMAS
Enjoy a Nashville tradition at Gaylord Opryland® Resort and Convention Center, with two million
Christmas lights, live music, carriage rides, and ICE! featuring amazing lifelike ice carvings.
November - January – Gaylord Opryland® Resort and Convention Center – gaylordopryland.com
FRANKLIN AMERICAN MORTGAGE MUSIC CITY BOWL
One of Nashville’s biggest annual events – brings together the partnership between the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), the Southeastern Conference (SEC), and the Big Ten.
December 2015 – LP Field – musiccitybowl.com
JACK DANIEL’S® BASH ON BROADWAY: NEW YEAR’S EVE IN MUSIC CITY
Ring in the new year Music City style – the hottest and biggest street party in the country.
December 31 – Downtown Nashville – Broadway and 1st Avenue – visitmusiccity.com/newyearseve


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Music City doesn’t miss a beat when it comes to
making your visit a memorable one. A full slate of
entertaining options, including festivals, concerts
and celebrations, are all on tap for you to enjoy!
By Cindy Sanders

Ongoing Events

Music sets the tone for year-round fun. Weekly
shows at the famed Grand Ole Opry feature a roster
of country music royalty. From November to January,
the Opry originates from its former home at the Ryman
Auditorium, which also plays host to concerts throughout
the year. Download the free Nashville Live Music App with
performance listings at 160-plus venues around town.
(visitmusiccity.com/nashvillemusicapp).
The First Saturday Art Crawl showcases artists
at galleries along 5th Avenue of the Arts, and Oz Arts
Nashville hosts musical and dance productions in a
remodeled former cigar warehouse. The Tennessee
Performing Arts Center features live theater from
local, regional and national companies including the
popular Broadway Series. TPAC is also home to the
Nashville Ballet with performances culminating in
the annual Nashville’s Nutcracker performance.
Nashville Repertory Theatre also has its productions
at the downtown venue. The Nashville Symphony
Clockwise: Fans enjoy a performance at the CMA Music Festival.
Nashville Ballet presents Nashville’s Nutcracker in December.

performs classical and pops concerts at
the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, and
the Nashville Opera’s season runs from
October to April. Another venue that has
a roster of live performances is the historic
War Memorial Auditorium.

Summer

Sunshine and summertime are an
unbeatable combination – especially when
you add music, food and fun to the mix. The
summer kicks off with four days of nonstop
performances at the CMA Music Festival
and at Bonnaroo in nearby Manchester
(both June 11-14). Those two not-to-miss
events are followed by a birthday bash for
the nation. The free Music City July 4th:
“Let Freedom Sing!” event features one
of the country’s most spectacular fireworks
displays accompanied by live entertainment
throughout the day and night. In fact,
if there’s one thing Music City loves, it’s a
free outdoor concert. Locals and guests alike
flock downtown for Live on the Green,
featuring top indie acts through August
and September at Public Square Park.
The city hit a home run with First
Tennessee Park as the Nashville Sounds’
new downtown baseball stadium (games
run all summer long). Other summer events
include the annual Tomato Art Fest in East
Nashville, Highballs & Hydrangeas at
Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum
of Art, Nashville Restaurant Week at
local eateries around town and the Music
City Festival & BBQ Championship
at Riverfront Park.

Autumn

Not all of Music City’s hits are on the
radio. The NFL Tennessee Titans and
the NHL Nashville Predators bring the
action to LP Field and Bridgestone Arena
that sports-loving visitors won’t want to
miss. In late September, female athletes
get in the game as thousands line up for
the annual Women’s Half Marathon.

Top to bottom: Carrie Underwood performs at the
Grand Ole Opry. Highballs & Hydrangeas is held at
Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art.
The Tennessee Titans draw fans at LP Field.
Opposite: You can count on a lot of action at
any of the Tennessee Titans home games.

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The beautiful fall weather is the perfect
backdrop for dozens of special celebrations.
Everyone in the family will enjoy the
Tennessee State Fair, Tennessee
Fall Craft Fair, Southern Festival of
Books and Boo at the Zoo, plus a host
of other Halloween hauntings.
Foodies also love Nashville in the fall as
celebrated chefs take center stage during the
annual Music City Food + Wine Festival
featuring two days of culinary creations set
to the soundtrack of live music. The Music
City Cookoff, Nashville Beer Festival and
Oktoberfest are also guaranteed to
please the palate.

Winter

The year ends as it begins – on a high
note. In early November, Bridgestone Arena
plays host to two star-studded television
events. The industry’s brightest stars come
together for “country’s biggest night” at
the annual CMA Awards. Later that week,
artists from multiple genres return to the
arena to tape the annual CMA Country
Christmas show, which airs later in
December. For ticket information on
either event, go to cmaworld.com.

By Thanksgiving, Holiday Harmony
is in full swing with attractions and venues
throughout the city featuring seasonal
celebrations. The magical family tradition
of A Country Christmas at Gaylord
Opryland® Resort & Convention
Center includes giant ice sculptures,
events featuring favorite DreamWorks
characters, musical dinner shows,
snow tubing and an outdoor ice rink.
Although Father Time might be
winding down the clock on 2015, there
is still plenty of excitement to be found.
On Dec. 30, the annual Music City Bowl
brings collegiate football action to LP
Field as an SEC team goes up against a
rival from the ACC or Big Ten.
The next day, thousands gather
downtown for the Jack Daniel’s®
New Year’s Eve Bash on Broadway
featuring an evening of high-energy
concerts followed by the spectacular
Music Note Drop®, triggering fireworks
and confetti cannons as the clock strikes
midnight. Lady Antebellum headlined
last year’s free event.
For information on these other scheduled
events, go to visitmusiccity.com/events.

navigate our

Neighborhoods

Downtown/SoBro

No other district blends Nashville’s
storied past with its exciting future than the
Downtown/SoBro area. The ever-changing
skyline forms the backdrop for historic
Riverfront Park and Second Avenue.
From there, turn in any direction and a
rich array of dining, entertainment, art and
shopping awaits, including sweets from
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Leon’s Candy in historic Butler’s Run. You
can’t go wrong with Goo Goo Clusters, King
Leo Peppermints and other retro treats.
A downtown walking or Segway tour
traces Nashville’s roots from the earliest
days at Fort Nashborough to the city’s
rise to prominence at the Tennessee
State Capitol and Tennessee State
Museum to the rich musical legacy
showcased at the Ryman Auditorium,

Each of Nashville’s neighborhoods has its own unique
personality, but they flow together to create one
very vibrant city. Exploring Music City has never
been easier. Interactive maps and videos
available at visitmusiccity.com/visitors/
neighborhoods allow you to customize
your trip so you can see all of the
sights and sounds of Nashville’s
most popular areas.
By Cindy Sanders

Visitors will find plenty to see and do
in the Eighth Avenue neighborhood.

Country Music Hall of Fame® and
Museum, Hatch Show Print and the
Johnny Cash Museum.
Downtown is all about live performance
venues. Catch a Broadway play at the
Tennessee Performing Arts Center,
get swept away by Nashville’s Grammy®
Award-winning musicians at the
Schermerhorn Symphony Center,
discover rising stars and seasoned

performers at the famed Honky Tonks of
Lower Broadway and Printers Alley or
enjoy shows at Bridgestone Arena, which
is also home to the city’s NHL hockey
franchise, the Nashville Predators.
The visual arts also take a starring
role at the galleries and studios along
5th Avenue of the Arts and with the
diverse collections displayed at the
Frist Center for the Visual Arts.



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Nashville’s creative culture extends to
the dining options located in the heart of
the city, which include The Capitol Grille,
Puckett’s Grocery, Acme Feed & Seed,
B.B. King’s Blues Club & Restaurant
and Merchants. Just south of Broadway,
the popular SoBro area has quickly become
a mecca for innovative menus, including
those at Etch, Husk, The Farm House,
Pinewood Social, The Southern Steak
& Oyster and City Winery. And round out
the meal with a special Nashville original
treat from the Goo Goo Shop.

8th Avenue/Melrose/Berry Hill

South of downtown, visitors will find
wonderful collectibles in Nashville’s Antique
District along Eighth Avenue South. In Berry
Hill, colorful bungalows house locally owned
shops such as Designer Renaissance,
and you can enjoy an adventure game with
friends at The Escape Game Nashville.
Tempting aromas from The Smiling
Elephant, M.L. Rose and Sinema invite
visitors to enjoy regional and global cuisine.
After dinner, the live entertainment at The
Sutler Saloon, Douglas Corner Cafe and
Zanies Comedy Club are sure to bring a smile.

12South

One of Nashville’s trendiest neighborhoods,
the shops and restaurants of the 12South

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district are hip and happening. Whether
decorating your home – or yourself – stylish
stops include Cadeau, White’s Mercantile,
imogene + willie, MODA Boutique and
Judith Bright Jewelry.
If all that shopping worked up an appetite,
no worries – 12South is filled with great
options for leisurely dining. Frothy Monkey
serves high-quality beans and brews along
with three meals daily. Comfort food is a
staple at Burger Up and 12South Taproom
& Grill. American farmhouse and regional
cuisine are featured at Josephine, Urban
Grub and Edley’s Bar-B-Que. And chicken
is done right – and in many different ways –
at The Flipside. Satisfy a sweet tooth with
a gourmet popsicle at Las Paletas or cool
treat from Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams.

Belmont/Hillsboro Village

Bordering Vanderbilt and Belmont
universities, this charming area features
the Hillsboro Village Merchants
Association’s enticing storefronts with
everything from used books and cookware
to upscale dining and the city’s best pancakes.
Who can resist popping into The Impeccable
Pig, Pangaea or A Thousand Faces? In the
evenings, enjoy new and vintage films and
live concert events at the Belcourt Theatre.
Check out culinary favorites Cabana, Fido,
Provence Breads & Café and perennial
favorite Pancake Pantry.

East Nashville

This free-spirited neighborhood is
located just across the river from downtown.
Bordered on one end by LP Field, home of
the Tennessee Titans, the area is a creative
haven with art-filled restaurants set among
locally owned boutiques.
A visually stunning blend of modern
and historic architecture, East Nashville’s
offerings include everything from hip
coffeehouses and day spas to vintage
apparel and bike stores. Holland House
Bar & Refuge, Pepperfire Hot Chicken,
Eastland Cafe, The Pharmacy Burger
Parlor & Beer Garden, Rumors East,
Silly Goose, Lockeland Table and Marché
are just a few of the hangouts that attract
locals and visitors alike.

Germantown/Jefferson street

This historic neighborhood north of
downtown is known for its modern twist
on dining. Many Germantown restaurants
feature a farm-to-table sensibility. Inspired
menus at City House, Rolf and Daughters,
The Mad Platter and Germantown Café
take advantage of the nearby Nashville
Farmers’ Market’s seasonal fare. And
what culinary experience would be complete
without ending on a sweet note courtesy
of The Cupcake Collection, which
has been featured on ABC’s The Chew.
The area is also home to First
Tennessee Park where the Nashville
Sounds now make their home. Rounding
out the sights and sounds of Germantown
are Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park,
a 19-acre urban park tracing Tennessee
history, and shops with unique items like the
finely crafted leather goods at Peter Nappi.
While you’re in the neighborhood, don’t miss
one of the musical events scheduled at the
Nashville Jazz Workshop.

Green Hills

This neighborhood features upscale
shopping options from small boutiques to
Opposite: City Winery in Nashville offers dining and
live music in the SoBro district. Top to bottom: You
can’t go wrong with a show at the legendary Bluebird
Cafe in Green Hills. For something sweet, stop by
downtown’s Goo Goo Shop. Prima offers fine dining in
The Gulch. Get your art on at the David Lusk Gallery.



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internationally renowned designers. The
Mall at Green Hills and nearby Hill Center
cover the range from A to Z – literally. Shop
Anthropologie, Burberry, David Yurman,
Jimmy Choo, Kate Spade, Louis Vuitton,
Michael Kors, Stuart Weitzman, Tiffany
& Co., Tory Burch, Vineyard Vines and
Z Gallerie. Flagship stores include Macy’s,
Dillard’s and Nordstrom. Enjoy dinner at
Table 3 Restaurant & Market and then
stop by the world-famous Bluebird Cafe
where legends and newcomers showcase
their songwriting skills.

The Gulch

The Gulch, one of the city’s most rapidly
developing areas, links downtown to Music

Row. Terrific dining and retail venues are
nestled among high-rise residential and office
space, making this a great place to live, work
and play. Adele’s and the opulent new Prima
join other restaurants with global influences
including Cantina Laredo, Sambuca and
Watermark. And you can enjoy a “Mouthful
of the South” at Party Fowl Chicken.
MStreet Nashville owns and operates a
number of the area’s most popular restaurants
including Virago, Whiskey Kitchen, Kayne
Prime, Moto and Saint Añejo.
Shopping with a distinctly urban vibe is
available at Two Old Hippies and high-end
boot company Lucchese. The intimate 404
Kitchen features a menu of locally sourced
food and is connected to a boutique hotel with

five well-appointed rooms. Bar Louie, Hops
+ Crafts and the legendary Station Inn,
which has offered live music for more than four
decades, round out neighborhood offerings.

WEst End/vanderbilt/Midtown

Midtown easily mixes business with
pleasure. The neighborhood offers a broad
range of hotels, restaurants and local
shops, and is home to Centennial Park,
an urban green space where events take
place throughout the year, and you can
see the world’s only exact-size replica
of The Parthenon.
Casual dining options include The Row,
Hattie B’s Hot Chicken, Soulshine Pizza
Factory and the gastropub Tavern. Creative
menus are served up at The Catbird Seat,
Bound’ry, 1808 Grille and Mason’s.
Cap off the evening with craft beers and
signature cocktails at The Patterson House,
Broadway Brewhouse or Blackstone Brewery
followed by a stop at one of the area’s fun
late-night clubs.

Opryland/Music Valley

Anchored by the Gaylord Opryland®
Resort & Convention Center, the hotel is
famous for its Southern hospitality and range
of options under one roof, including places
to eat such as Old Hickory Steakhouse,
Ravello, Solario Cantina and Fuse
Sports Bar. The complex is also home
to the world-famous Grand Ole Opry,
General Jackson Showboat and Opry
Mills, which features more than 200 stores,
an IMAX theater, and dozens of dining and
entertainment options.
Across from the resort, Music Valley
Drive helped define the Nashville sound
and features family-friendly dining and
entertainment at John A’s, Cock of
the Walk, Nashville Nightlife Dinner
Theater, Nashville Palace, Miss
Jeanne’s Mystery Dinner Theatre
and Willie Nelson and Friends
Museum and General Store.

Opposite: Cadeau carries a wide array of interesting
gifts. Fido features a delicious mix of organic and local
foods on its menu. The Cultural Festival at Centennial
Park celebrates the city’s diversity. Right: Stop by The
Flipside for chicken any way you like it – and drinks.

Bonus Track
Nashville’s neighborhoods are filled
with great sights and sounds – and also
incredible dining. The city’s culinary
scene is so hot, Nashville is regularly
featured in food magazines and has
been hailed as one of the Top 10
Hottest Travel Destinations for Food.
The Nashville Neighborhood
Foodie Tour package is a guided
four-hour tour of neighborhoods
where dining has risen to an art form.
Participants are free to explore and
sample dishes from areas like 12South,
The Gulch, Hillsboro Village and
Germantown. For information on
this and other great food tours, go
to the Trip Planning section under
visitmusiccity.com/visitors,
and click on Vacation Packages.



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If you’re used to shelling out hundreds
of dollars to see your favorite artists in
concert, Nashville will probably surprise
you. Of course, Music City does host
big-name artists in sold-out concerts
year round, but what sets our city apart
is that much of the music here can be
enjoyed without spending a dime.
By Jessica Mozo

Bands play for the crowd during the Tootsies Orchid Lounge 53rd Birthday Celebration.



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Free music plays 24/7 in Nashville, and
all the music lover has to do is stroll around
downtown to take it in. No-cover honky tonks
line both sides of Broadway, known as Honky
Tonk Highway. Free music venues such
as The Second Fiddle, Whiskey Bent
Saloon and Tootsies Orchid Lounge keep
the music going from about 10 a.m. until 3 in
the morning – and that’s just the beginning.

Nashville’s Free Music Events

Call it Southern hospitality, but you
also won’t pay a thing to hear music at many
of Nashville’s annual events, including the
Jack Daniel’s® New Year’s Eve Bash
on Broadway and the Music City July
4th: “Let Freedom Sing!” celebration.
These events feature top-named artists,
with past performances by Lady Antebellum,
Gavin DeGraw, Billy Currington, Hank
Williams Jr. and Ashley Monroe.
Country music fans from all over
the world flood downtown every June for
the CMA Music Festival, but you don’t
have to be a ticket-holder to catch some
amazing shows. Seven stages throughout
downtown entertain passers-by with free
live music every day of the festival, and
they often showcase up-and-coming artists
on their way to making it to the big stage.
The hip, urban neighborhood of East
Nashville transforms into a tomato-lover’s
paradise each August when it hosts the free
Tomato Art Fest, where many people (and
their pets) come dressed as tomatoes. The
whimsical event kicks off with a Friday-night
concert, and live music stages are sprinkled
throughout the art vendors selling their wares.
Blues music is on tap at the festival’s
Grand Ol’ Porker Stage. General admission
for the two-day event is just $10.
Come September, the Music City Food
+ Wine Festival is a feast for the senses,
allowing festival-goers to indulge in signature
dishes from world-renowned chefs with
a side of live music. Country music queen
turned Food Network star Trisha Yearwood
was a featured culinary artist in 2014.
Top to bottom: A crowd gathers to hear live music
at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts. Runners line up
for the annual St. Jude Country Music Marathon & 1/2
Marathon. A variety of performers entertain crowds at
Live on the Green at Public Square Park. Opposite:
Kellie Pickler performs at Riverfront Park during the
annual CMA Music Festival.

In October, Nashville’s Germantown
neighborhood gets back to its roots with
Oktoberfest, now in its 36th year. The free
German festival has three live music stages,
and food and beer vendors galore.
Every April, Nashville runners take
to the streets of Nashville for the St. Jude
Country Music Marathon & ½ Marathon,
where live bands perform along each mile of
the race course. They play everything from
alternative and punk rock to blues, jazz and,
of course, country. Runners have been
known to break out their dance moves
along the course.

Free Outdoor Concert Series

Live on the Green, a popular free
concert series, is held Thursday evenings
in August and September at Public Square
Park in front of the courthouse. The
concerts highlight both local and
nationally known performers.
Downtown workers, moms groups,
seniors and others bring their lunch to
the Nashville Public Library on Tuesdays
from August to October when it hosts a
free lunchtime Courtyard Concert series.
Held in the library’s second-floor Robinson
Courtyard, the informal concerts let

spectators get an up-close musical experience
with local musicians and songwriters.
You don’t want to miss Musicians
Corner, a program that presents free familyfriendly musical events in Centennial Park
on Saturdays in May, June, September and
October. The weekly lawn parties attract
people of all ages and include main and acoustic
stage performances along with kids’ activities,
food trucks, a beer garden and giveaways.
There’s even a “Dog of the Day” award.
Jazz fans shouldn’t miss Music in
the Vines, a free outdoor jazz event in the
courtyard of Arrington Vineyards, located
30 minutes south of Nashville. Held on
Friday and Saturday evenings and Sunday
afternoons from April through December,
Music in the Vines invites guests to come
enjoy the scenic vineyard grounds with
family and friends while listening to music
and drinking award-winning wines. Arrington
Vineyards opened in 2007 and is co-owned
by country music star Kix Brooks, who
occasionally makes an appearance.
And last but not least is Frist Fridays,
a popular summertime concert series for
just $10 a person. Live music, snacks and
beverages are on tap, as well as a chance to
see the rotating exhibitions in the Frist
Center for the Visual Arts galleries.

visitor information/Trip Planning

International Services

800-657-6910/615-259-4700
The Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp
operates a Customer Service Center to
assist with planning and booking your trip
to Music City. Visitor assistants can help
guests choose hotels, book rooms or vacation
packages, and provide details on upcoming
events. Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday, or book rooms online at
visitmusiccity.com/placestostay.

Foreign Currency Exchange
Regions Bank
Downtown and most branches: 615-748-2941
Nashville International Airport
Wright Travel Business Center:
615-275-2660
Translation Services
Tennessee Foreign Language Institute
227 French Landing Dr., Ste. 100
615-741-7579

Visitor Center Locations

Connecting to the Music

501 Broadway
615-259-4747/866-830-4440
150 Fourth Ave. N.
615-259-4730/800-657-6910
Two Visitor Centers offer discounted
attraction tickets, brochures, coupons and
concierge assistance. The Broadway location
in the glass tower of the Bridgestone Arena,
at the corner of Fifth Avenue South and
Broadway, has the Music City Marketplace,
a music-themed gift shop with a large
selection of unique Nashville gifts. Open
8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through
Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
The second center is at the corner of Fourth
Avenue North and Commerce Street. Open
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Disability Services
Disability Information Office
Howard Office Building, information
and referral office: 615-862-6492
MTA Access Ride
Wheelchair-equipped van service:
615-880-3970. Call in advance for
reservations. $2.50 flat rate.

A free Nashville Live Music
App (visitmusiccity.com/
nashvillemusicapp), available
for all mobile devices, locates live
music venues throughout the city
and tells you who’s on stage. Users can search
by area of town or venue name, and a handy
map function will show your location and the
live music venue options nearby. No app? No
problem. Look for the series of guitar-pick
sidewalk signs that indicate where great live
music can be found. For more information,
go to visitmusiccity.com/livemusic.

Connect with Nashville
Twitter – @VisitMusicCity
Twitter – @meetMusicCity
Instagram – @VisitMusicCity
Facebook – Visit Music City
Pinterest – Visit Music City
YouTube – Visit Music CIty



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Art Galleries
The Arts Company, 215 Fifth Ave.,
615-254-2040, 877-694-2040. A prime
downtown arts destination since 1996.
Offering a distinctive Nashville art
experience with a welcoming
environment in a historic building.
Inventive exhibits presented every
month during the First Saturday
Art Crawl. 11 am-5 pm Tue.-Sat.
the​art​sco​mpa​ny.​com
Cheekwood Botanical Garden and
Museum of Art, 1200 Forrest Park
Dr., 615-356-8000, 877-356-8150.
This 55-acre botanical garden and
art museum, located on the historic
Cheek estate, boasts nationally
recognized collections of American
and contemporary painting and
sculpture, a botanical garden and
year-round, family-friendly activities.
9 am-5 pm Tue.-Sun. che​ekw​ood​.or​g
David Lusk Gallery, 516 Hagan St.,
615-780-9990. Located in Nashville’s
invigorating Wedgewood-Houston
neighborhood, the gallery represents
innovative and diverse artists from
around the country, working across
a wide range of artistic practices.
11 am-5 pm Tue.-Sat.
dav​idl​usk​gal​ler​y.c​om

Hatch Show Print’s Haley Gallery,
224 Fifth Ave. S., 615-577-7711.
Offers historic restrikes of original
posters from the Hatch collection, as
well as Master Printer Jim Sherraden’s
monoprints – contemporary
interpretations of the classic
wood blocks from Hatch Show Print.
9:30 am-6 pm Sun.-Wed., 9:30 am8 pm Thu.-Sat. hat​chs​how​pri​nt.​com
Advertising Partner, p. 24, p. 25
and p. 27
Haynes Galleries, 1600 Division St.,
Ste. 140, 615-312-7000. A fine art
gallery specializing in the best of
American and contemporary Realism.
Presenting a distinguished roster of
artists, including American masters
of the 19th and 20th centuries, and
the premier and emerging Realists
of the 21st. 10 am-4 pm Tue.-Sat.
hay​nes​gal​ler​ies​.co​m
LeQuire Gallery & Studio,
4304 Charlotte Ave., 615-298-4611.
The gallery features contemporary
paintings, drawings and sculpture
with an emphasis on figurative work.
Exhibits change quarterly, with work
from Alan LeQuire – the nationally
recognized sculptor of Musica and
Athena Parthenos – always on view.
10 am-3 pm Tue.-Sat. leq​uir​ega​lle​ry.​com

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Metropolitan Nashville Arts
Commission, 800 Second Ave. S.,
615-862-6720. Find a comprehensive,
mobile cultural guide to Nashville at
artsnashville.toursphere.com. Locate
public art; cultural destinations;
driving, walking and biking tours;
maps and much more.
8:30 am-4:30 pm Mon.-Fri.
art​s na​s hv​ill​e.o​rg
O Gallery, 1305 Clinton St., Ste. 120,
615-319-7892. A full-service art gallery
presenting mostly the multifaceted
works of Olga Alexeeva. Located in
Marathon Village. oga​lle​rya​rt.​com
The Rymer Gallery, 233 Fifth Ave. N.,
615-752-6030. Nashville’s largest
contemporary gallery, featuring works
by more than 40 artists from all over
the world. Located on 5th Avenue of
the Arts, in the epicenter of Nashville’s
central business district. 11 am-6 pm
Tue.-Sat. the​rym​erg​all​ery​.co​m
Sarratt Gallery at Vanderbilt
University, Main Lobby, Sarratt
Student Center, 615-322-2471.
Featuring 10 exhibits a year of
contemporary art by regional
and national artists. 9 am-9 pm
Mon.-Fri., 10 am-10 pm Sat.-Sun.
van​der​bil​t.e​du/​sar​rat​tga​lle​r y

Zeitgeist Gallery

Sherrick & Paul Gallery,
438 Houston St., Ste. 255.
Focusing on contemporary midcareer to established artists such
as Marcel Dzama, William Eggleston,
Katy Grannan, Vivian Maier, Damian
Stamer and Wendy White among
others. she​rri​cka​ndp​aul​.co​m

individuals, families and groups of all
types. A nationally recognized leader
in experience-based team building
and outdoor recreational adventure.
Experience the thrilling zipline tour
nestled in 40 acres of old-growth
forest. 10 am-4 pm Mon.-Sat.,
1-4 pm Sun. adv​ent​ure​wor​ks.​com

Black 13 Tattoo, 209 10th Ave. S.,
Ste. 208, 615-750-3741. The main
goal is to provide a wide array
of quality work and exceptional
customer service for clients, all
within a comfortable and welcoming
environment. Hours by appointment.
bla​ck1​3ta​tto​o.c​om

Tinney Contemporary, 237 Fifth
Ave. N., 615-255-7816. Nashville’s
premier modern art gallery,
specializing in museum-quality art
for private and corporate collections.
We welcome visitors to view our
rotating exhibitions of art by local
and international artists. 11 am-5 pm
Tue.-Sat. tin​ney​con​tem​por​ary​.co​m

Antique Archaeology Nashville,
1300 Clinton St., Ste. 130,
615-810-9906. Mike Wolfe of
the History Channel’s top-rated
program, American Pickers, opened
the second Antique Archaeology
location in Marathon Village,
a turn-of-the-century automobile
factory. The new store features
antiques, vintage items, folk art and
Antique Archaeology merchandise.
10 am-6 pm Mon.-Sat., 12-5 pm Sun.
ant​iqu​ear​cha​eol​ogy​.co​m

Cumberland Caverns,
1437 Cumberland Caverns Rd.,
McMinnville, 931-668-4396. Discover
Tennessee’s largest show cave and
U.S. Natural Landmark. Open year
round, seven days a week, with scenic
walking tours, adventure trips and
overnight spelunking with camping
in the cave. 9 am-5 pm Mon.-Sun.
cum​ber​lan​dca​ver​ns.​com

Zeitgeist Gallery, 516 Hagan St.,
#100, 615-256-4805. A contemporary
art gallery featuring works by
established and emerging artists in
a variety of media. Local, regional,
national and international artists in
small ensemble exhibitions and
themed group showings and
performances.  11 am-5 pm
Tue.-Sat. zei​tge​ist​- ar​t.c​om

Attractions
Adventure Science Center,
800 Fort Negley Blvd., 615-862-5160.
Delights big and small kids alike, and
sparks their curiosity to learn more
about the world around them. Home
to the world-renowned Sudekum
Planetarium, offering a wide array
of thrilling shows. 10 am-5 pm daily.
adv​ent​ure​sci​.or​g
Advertising Partner, p. 33
Adventureworks, 1300 Narrows of
the Harpeth Park, Kingston Springs,
615-297-2250. Adventures for

Belcourt Theatre, 2102 Belcourt
Ave., 615-846-3150. The leading
exhibitor of independent, foreign
and repertory film programming in
Nashville, and an intimate music
venue. The theater has been
nationally recognized and is an
original member of the Sundance
Art House project. Hours depend
on showtimes. bel​cou​rt.​org
Bicentennial Capitol Mall State
Park, 600 James Robertson Pkwy.,
615-741-5280. Tour Tennessee via
a 200-foot granite map, a walkway
featuring the 95 counties, 31 fountains
representing the major rivers of
Tennessee and an extraordinary
history wall. Also includes a
2,000-seat amphitheater and
a visitor center. 6 am-10 pm.
tn.​gov​/en​vir​onm​ent​/pa​rks
​/Bi​cen​ten​nia​l

Dabble Studio, 615-678-8784. Painting
parties, cooking classes, combo
paint-and-cook classes. Customized
events provide unique hands-on
learning that’s fun and social. See
our website calendar and come
dabble with us! dab​ble​stu​dio​.co​m
Dave & Buster’s, Opry Mills Mall,
540 Opry Mills Dr., 615-970-3800.
Create your own experience where
great food, signature drinks and
one-of-a-kind fun can be found under
one enormous roof. Offering billiards,
cosmic bowling and more than
150 video games. 11-12 am Sun.-Thu.,
11-1 am Fri.-Sat. dav​ean​dbu​ste​rs.​com
The Escape Game, 510 E. Iris Dr.,
615-878-3135. A real-life adventure
game designed for small groups
of two to eight people. Your goal
is simple: Work together as a team,
testing your wits and skills, to escape
from a locked room in 60 minutes.
nas​hvi​lle​esc​ape​gam​e.c​om

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Grand Old Golf & Go Karts, 2444
Music Valley Dr., 615-871-4701. Play
one of our three award-winning
miniature golf courses, ride side by
side on the mid-state’s fastest outdoor
go-kart track or try one of the 25
flavors at Chuck’s Sno Cones. Check
website for hours. gra​ndo​ldg​olf​.ne​t
Advertising Partner, p. 35

the official tour and print your own
poster. Step Inside The Shop. 9 am-6
pm Sun.-Wed., 9 am-8 pm Thu.-Sat.
hat​chs​how​pri​nt.​com
Advertising Partner, p. 24, p. 25
and p. 27

Grand Ole Opry, 2804 Opryland
Dr., 800-SEE-OPRY. The show that
made country music famous presents
the new stars, superstars and legends
all on one stage. Check website for
show schedule. opr​y.c​om
Advertising Partner, p. 31

Historic RCA Studio B,
615-416-2001. Music City’s only studio
tour provides a glimpse into the heart
of the Nashville sound during one of
its most exciting periods. Step Inside
The Hits. Tours depart daily from
the Country Music Hall of Fame®
and Museum. stu​dio​b.o​rg
Advertising Partner, p. 24, p. 25
and p. 27

Grand Ole Opry Backstage
Pass Tours, 2804 Opryland Dr.,
800-SEE-OPRY. Guided tours of
the Grand Ole Opry House offer
an up-close look at country’s most
famous show, including themed
dressing rooms, the artists’ entrance,
the Opry stage and more. Tours
available daily Feb.-Oct., depending
upon concert schedules. opr​y.c​om
Advertising Partner, p. 31

Laser Quest, 166 Second Ave. N.,
615-256-2560. An interactive
adventure game for all ages.
Unbeatable fun for social or group
outings, student trips, sports teams,
family reunions and corporate teambuilding events. Thirty or more play
together, available rain or shine,
private bookings available. 6-9 pm
Tue.-Thu., 4 pm-12 am Fri., 11-12 am
Sat., 2-7 pm Sun. las​erq​ues​t.c​om

Hatch Show Print, 224 Fifth Ave. S.,
615-577-7710. Since 1879, this thriving
letterpress shop has produced iconic
posters for artists ranging from Elvis
Presley to Widespread Panic. Take

Loretta Lynn’s Ranch, 8000 Hwy.
13 S., Hurricane Mills, 931-296-7700.
Situated just an hour outside of
Nashville in the beautiful countryside,
the ranch offers a full-service RV park,

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primitive camping, outdoor pool,
canoeing and paddleboats, wrangler
camp and fishing. 9 am-5 pm
Mon.-Sun. lor​ett​aly​nn.​com
Lost River Cave & Valley,
2818 Nashville Rd., Bowling Green,
KY, 270-393-0077. Discover
Kentucky’s only underground boat
tour, just one hour north of Nashville.
The cave offers a delightful escape
into Kentucky’s Cave Country, with
hiking trails, a seasonal butterfly
habitat, gem mining sluice and
charming Wildflower Gifts. 8:30 am6 pm Mon.-Sun. los​tri​ver​cav​e.c​om
Advertising Partner, p. 36
Marathon Village, 1305 Clinton St.,
615-327-1010. One of Nashville’s most
creative communities – including
Marathon Music Works, Antique
Archaeology and Corsair Artisan
Distillery. mar​ath​onv​ill​age​.co​m
Music City Indoor Karting LLC,
400 Davidson St., #403,
615-242-3275. Located in downtown
Nashville, we have really fast karting
around our 1/4-mile indoor track with
high-tech electric karts. Corporate
groups, birthday parties and more.
11 am-9 pm Mon.-Thu., 11 am-10 pm Fri.,
9 am-10 pm Sat., 12-9 pm Sun.
mus​icc​ity​ind​oor​kar​tin​g.c​om

Music City Walk of Fame Park,
Demonbreun between Fourth & Fifth
Aves., 866-584-MUSIC. A landmark
tribute to those from all genres of
music who have contributed to the
world through song or other industry
collaboration and made a significant
contribution to the music industry
with connection to Music City.
vis​itm​usi​cci​ty.​com​/wa​lko​ffa​me
Music City Ziplines by
Adventureworks at Fontanel,
4125 Whites Creek Pk., 615-724-1600.
New and experienced zippers will
enjoy soaring through the shaded
forest canopy of Fontanel on
eight different ziplines, up to 85 feet
high and ranging from 200 to 700 feet
in length. Professional tour guides
help you ride for up to two hours at
speeds up to 35 miles per hour.
fon​tan​el.​com
Musica, Music Row Roundabout.
At 40 feet high, Musica is the largest
bronze figure group in America. This
group of nine colossal bronze figures
celebrates the energy and diversity
of the music industry in Nashville.
ala​nle​qui​re.​com​/mu​sic​a
Nashville Armory,
4290 Kenilwood Dr., 615-730-8054.
Featuring 15,000 square feet of retail
showroom, classrooms and stateof-the-art indoor shooting range.
Our facility ranks as one of the
largest and most advanced firearm
facilities in the country. 9 am-8 pm
Mon.-Sat., 11 am-7 pm Sun.
nas​hvi​lle​arm​ory​.co​m
Nashville Farmers’ Market,
900 Rosa L. Parks Blvd.,
615-880-2001. Open year round.

Craft and flea market open every
weekend. Restaurants, specialty
shops, greenhouses and open-air
stalls with fresh fruits, vegetables
and plants. 8 am-6 pm Mon.-Sun.
nas​hvi​lle​far​mer​s ma​rke​t .o​rg
Nashville Jazz Workshop,
1319 Adams St., 615-242-5299.
Provides a home for jazz, ensuring
a continuing community presence for
this original American art form. Offers
performances by top jazz artists for
the local area and around the country.
nas​hvi​lle​jaz​z.o​rg
Nashville Public Library,
615 Church St., 615-862-5760.
Located in the heart of downtown,
the 300,000-square-foot main library
building designed by Robert A.M.
Stern Architects is open to the public.
9 am-6 pm Mon.-Fri., 9 am-5 pm
Sat., 2-5 pm Sun. lib​rar​y.n​ash​vil​le.​org
Nashville Shores, 4001 Bell Rd.,
615-889-7050. A 385-acre family
recreation destination located on
Percy Priest Lake, 10 minutes from
downtown. It comprises a water
park, ropes courses and ziplines,
RV campground, lakeview cabins,
marina, boat rentals and more. MidMay through mid-Sept.; hours vary.
nas​hvi​lle​sho​res​.co​m
Nashville Zoo at Grassmere,
3777 Nolensville Pk., 615-833-1534.
Featuring a wide variety of exotic
animals from around the world. In
addition, the zoo offers animal
shows, keeper talks, a carousel, a
historic home and farm, the Jungle
Gym playground, gift shops and
concession areas. 9 am-6 pm.
nas​hvi​lle​zoo​.or​g

Old Tyme Vintage Photos,
203 Second Ave. N., 615-649-8243.
A tradition here in Tennessee. Come
and make memories that will last
forever for the entire family. We bring
the Wild West, Victorian and 1980s
hip-hop for all to enjoy. 2-9 pm Fri.,
12-10 pm Sat., 12-6 pm Sun.
old​tym​evi​nta​gep​hot​os.​com
Olive & Sinclair Chocolate Co.,
1628 Fatherland St., 615-262-3007.
Handcrafted by native Nashvillians
in the heart of Music City, Olive &
Sinclair is proud to be the paramount
bean-to-bar chocolate maker in the
South and the only one in Tennessee.
10 am-5 pm Thu.-Sat.
oli​vea​nds​inc​lai​r.c​om
Opry Mills, 433 Opry Mills Dr.,
615-514-1100, 877-746-7386.
Tennessee’s largest outlet, value
shopping, dining and entertainment
destination. Retail mix includes Bass
Pro Shops, H&M, Saks Fifth Avenue
OFF 5TH, J.Crew, Tommy Bahama
and many more. 10 am-9 pm Mon.Sat., 11 am-7 pm Sun. opr​ymi​lls​.co​m
Advertising Partner, inside front
cover and p. 35
The Parthenon, Centennial Park,
2500 West End Ave., 615-862-8431.
The world’s only full-scale
reproduction of the famous Greek
temple, Nashville’s Parthenon stands
in Centennial Park and features both
the city’s art museum and Athena
Parthenos. 9 am-4:30 pm Tue.-Sat.,
12:30-4:30 pm Sun. (June-Aug.)
par​the​non​.or​g
Rocketown, 601 Fourth Ave. S.,
615-843-4001. A faith-based teen
entertainment center with all-ages

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venues, an indoor skate park and
coffee bar. Venues are available to
rent for private events. 3-9 pm Mon.,
3-7:30 pm Tue., 7:30-9 pm Wed.-Thu.,
3 pm-12 am Fri., 9-12 am Sat.,
1-7 pm Sun. roc​ket​own​.co​m
Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Ave.
N., 615-458-8700. Take a self-guided
tour and have your picture taken
on the Opry’s stage. Or, take the
backstage tour and record your own
CD in the Ryman Recording Studio.
Return at night for a premier concert!
9 am-4 pm. rym​an.​com
Advertising Partner, p. 35
Schermerhorn Symphony
Center, One Symphony Pl.,
615-687-6500. Home to the Nashville
Symphony and recognized worldwide
for its acoustical excellence and
diverse concert programming.
Public and private tours are offered
twice weekly. Most performances
start at 8 pm. Box office: 10 am-6 pm
Mon.-Fri., 10 am-2 pm Sat.
sch​erm​erh​orn​cen​ter​.co​m
Sips n Strokes, 1112 Divison St.,
256-338-6333. Bring your favorite
beverage and paint along with one of
our talented instructors as they guide
you step by step from blank canvas
to finished masterpiece. Available
for private parties and off-site events!
sip​sns​tro​kes​.co​m
Southern Belle Biscuit Company,
Couchville Pike, 615-484-8033.
Hands-on biscuit-making classes
for visitors are offered in small groups.
It’s an upscale culinary experience.
See website for information and
booking dates.
sou​the​rnb​ell​ebi​scu​it.​com
Tennessee State Fairgrounds,
500 Wedgewood Ave., 615-862-8980.
Home of the Tennessee State Fair,
Nashville Speedway and Nashville
Flea Market, the property maintains
eight buildings with more than
120,000 square feet of indoor
space for meetings and events
with abundant parking.
nas​hvi​lle​exp​oce​nte​r.o​rg
The Trails at Fontanel, 4125 Whites
Creek Pk., 615-724-1600. Featuring
3.5 miles of dog-friendly hiking trails
that connect to a mile of paved metro
parks greenway for foot and bike
traffic. Hiking is free to the public
and open from sunup to sundown.
fon​tan​el.​com
Treetop Adventure Park at
Nashville Shores, 4001 Bell Rd.,
615-889-7050. An aerial adventure
course set in the woods of Nashville
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100 exciting and challenging
obstacles, including suspended
bridges, 10 ziplines, cargo nets,
ladders, Tarzan jumps and more.
Seasonal hours March-Nov. nas​hvi​lle​
sho​res​.co​m/p​ubl​ic/​tre​eto​p/i​nde​x.c​fm
Wave Country, 2320 Two Rivers
Pkwy., 615-885-1052. One of the
area’s only wave-action swimming
pools. Also featured are three
water flumes and two speed slides.
There’s even a kiddie pool with waterdropping features and a children’s
playground. 11 am-5 pm Mon.-Sun.
nas​hvi​lle​.go​v/P​ark​s-a​nd-​Rec​rea​tio​n/
W​ate​r-A​cti​vit​ies​/Wa​ve- ​Cou​ntr​y.a​spx​
Wildhorse Saloon, 120 Second
Ave. N., 615-902-8200. Three floors
of fun. Hear the hottest bands, enjoy
delicious dining and learn the latest
dance steps on the largest dance
floor in town. With five bars under
one roof, it’s always a party at the
Wildhorse. 4:30-10 pm Mon., 11 am10 pm Tue.-Sun., late night Fri.-Sat.
wil​dho​rse​sal​oon​.co​m
Advertising Partner, p. 78

Breweries &
Distilleries
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Arrington Vineyards & Winery,
6211 Patton Rd., Arrington,
615-395-0102. Located only
25 minutes south of Nashville,
Tennessee’s premier winery offers
breathtaking views and outstanding
wines for tasting. 11 am-8 pm Mon.Thu., 11 am-9 pm Fri.-Sat., 12-6 pm
Sun. arr​ing​ton​vin​eya​rds​.co​m
Advertising Partner, p. 34
The Black Abbey Brewing Co., LLC,
2952 Sidco Dr., 615-775-0070. We
take an artisanal approach to beer,
crafting unique and approachable
ales from the highest-quality
ingredients. Our beers are created,
not made. Right here in Nashville.
3:30-8 pm Thu.-Fri., 2-8 pm Sat.
bla​cka​bbe​ybr​ewi​ng.​com
Corsair Artisan Distillery,
1200 Clinton St., #110, 615-200-0320.
An independent craft distillery
handcrafting small batches of spirits
and whiskey using classic pot stills.
Visitors are welcome for tours of the
distillery, with tasting room visits for
the 21-and-up crowd. Opens 3:30 pm
Tue.-Fri., 12:30 pm Sat.
cor​sai​rar​tis​an.​com
George Dickel Distillery,
1950 Cascade Hollow Rd., Tullahoma,
931-857-3124. Visit the distillery to
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traditions. Then, on to the visitors’
center, filled with antiques and
special memories. 9 am-4 pm Tue.Sat. (except major holidays); last tour
starts at 3:30 pm. geo​rge​dic​kel​.co​m
Jack Daniel Distillery,
182 Lynchburg Hwy., Lynchburg,
931-759-6357. The oldest registered
distillery in the United States and
on the National Register of Historic
Places. Visitors receive personally
guided tours of the distillery and
observe the famous Tennessee
whiskey-making process.
9 am-4:30 pm daily. jac​kda​nie​ls.​com
Advertising Partner, p. 76
Natchez Hills Winery Tasting Room
at Fontanel, 4125 Whites Creek Pk.,
615-724-1600. Free wine tastings of
Old World, handcrafted, small-batch
wines from Natchez Hills Winery
in Hampshire. Housed within a
4,000-square-foot space with
a music stage and outdoor patio.
fon​tan​el.​com
Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery,
1414 Clinton St., 615-913-8800.
Offers tours and tastings daily (except
Mondays) of nationally acclaimed
whiskeys that were created from
original family recipes of the
Nelson brothers’ great-great-great
grandfather and native Tennessean,
Charles Nelson, in the pre-prohibition
era. 11 am-6 pm Tue.-Sat., 11 am-5 pm
Sun. gre​enb​rie​rdi​sti​lle​ry.​com
TailGate Brewery, 7300 Charlotte
Pk., 615-457-1424. A production craft
brewery in West Nashville that is open
to the public every day, has an artisan
food menu, is all ages, hosts daily
special events and free tours on
weekends. 3-9 pm Sun.-Thu., 3-11 pm
Fri., 12-11 pm Sat. tai​lga​teb​eer​.co​m
Tennessee Brew Works,
809 Ewing Ave., 615-200-8786. Finely
tuned craft beer brewed in Nashville.
We are a production microbrewery
dedicated to producing and enjoying
high-quality craft beer while
appreciating music and the many
other fine traditions and charms
of Tennessee. 4-8 pm Thu.-Fri.,
2-8 pm Sat. tnb​rew​.co​m
Whisper Creek® Tennessee
Sipping Cream®, 900 44th Ave. N.,
Ste. 100, 615-569-1968. SPEAKeasy
Spirits is an artisan distillery that spans
more than 10,000 square feet and
features a state-of-the-art lab, distilling
and bottling equipment. Whisper
Creek® Tennessee Sipping Cream®
is the distillery’s flagship brand. Tours
begin at 5 pm Mon., Wed. and Fri.
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77146

A TRIBUTE TO THE KING
THRU THE YEARS 1953-1977
In this fast-paced, high-energy show, John Beardsley
sings 30 songs, has five costumes, tells you about six
eras of The KING’s career, covering the ‘50s, ‘60s and
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‘70s. Wynonna says, “You were AWESOME!” and Country
Weekly says, “Check out John and his MUST SEE show!”
Call for tickets. Mondays and Thursdays March-October.
CELEBRATING OUR 15TH ANNIVERSARY IN NASHVILLE!

2416 Music Valley Dr. • Nashville, TN 37214
(615) 758-0098 • (866) 811-2502 • www.thenashvilleking.com

ARRINGTON VINEYARDS
Located 25 minutes south of Nashville in Tennessee’s
Wine Country. We invite you to experience our awardwinning wines, spectacular vineyard views from our
covered deck, and breathtaking sunsets. Bring a
77053
picnic! We’re open daily for wine tastings.

6211 Patton Rd. • Arrington, TN 37014
(615) 395-0102 • www.arringtonvineyards.com
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Historic Sites
Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage:
Home of the People’s President,
4580 Rachel’s Ln., Hermitage,
615-889-2941. Since opening in
1889, President Andrew Jackson’s
Hermitage has welcomed more
than 15 million guests. Located only
minutes from downtown Nashville,
this National Historic Site consists
of 1,120 gorgeous acres of family fun
for all ages. 8:30 am-5:30 pm daily.
the​her​mit​age​.co​m
Belle Meade Plantation,
5025 Harding Pk., 615-356-0501.
This historic plantation mansion’s
grounds now function as a museum.
The plantation consists of 30
remaining acres and features
a winery, visitors’ center, cabins,
dairy, carriage house and stable.
9 am-5 pm Mon.-Sat., 11 am-5 pm Sun.
bel​lem​ead​epl​ant​ati​on.​com
Advertising Partner, p. 34

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Belmont Mansion,
1900 Belmont Blvd., 615-460-5459.
Built in 1850 by Adelicia Acklen
– one of the wealthiest women
in America – the mansion was
recognized as one of the most
elaborate and unusual homes
in the South. 10 am-4 pm
Mon.-Sat., 1-4 pm Sun.
bel​mon​tma​nsi​on.​com
The Carter House, 1140 Columbia
Ave., Franklin, 615-791-1861. This
registered historic landmark was
built in 1830 by Fountain Branch
Carter. The home was the site of
one of the bloodiest battles during
the Civil War on Nov. 30, 1864.
9 am-5 pm Mon.-Sat., 12-5 pm Sun.
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Fort Nashborough, Riverfront Park.
Nashville was founded when James
Robertson led his group of pioneers
across the frozen Cumberland River
and built Fort Nashborough. This
replica of the original settlement
reflects the lifestyle of frontier
pioneers in the late 1700s. 9 am-4 pm
Mon.-Sun. nas​hvi​lle​.go​v/P​ark​s -a​nd-​
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Fort Negley, Adjacent to Adventure
Science Center & Greer Stadium.
Listed on the National Register of
Historic Places, this was the largest
and most important Union fortification
built after Nashville fell in 1862 during
the Civil War. Winter hours (Sept.May): 12-4 pm Tue.-Fri., 9 am-4 pm
Sat.; summer hours (June-Aug.):


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Historic Carnton Plantation,
1345 Carnton Ln., Franklin,
615-794-0903. Home of The Widow
of the South, Carnton was a field
hospital after the 1864 Battle of
Franklin. Restored garden and
Confederate cemetery on-site.
9 am-5 pm Mon.-Sat., 12-5 pm Sun.
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Lotz House Civil War Museum,
1111 Columbia Ave., Franklin,
615-790-7190. Take a guided tour
of this Civil War house, featuring
fine antiques and stories of the Lotz
family during the Battle of Franklin.
9 am-5 pm Mon.-Sat., 1-4 pm Sun.
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Tennessee State Capitol,
Charlotte Ave. between Sixth &
Seventh Aves., 505 Deaderick St.,
615-741-2692. Designed by William
Strickland, the historic Tennessee
State Capitol looks much as it did
when it was completed in 1859.
One of the oldest working antebellum
capitols in the nation, several areas
have been restored to their
19th-century appearance. 10 am-5 pm
Tue.-Sat., 1-5 pm Sun. (Currently
under renovation.) tnm​use​um.​org
Travellers Rest Plantation
& Museum, 636 Farrell Pkwy.,
615-832-8197. Built in 1799 by
Judge John Overton, Travellers Rest
is Nashville’s oldest historic house
open to the public. Both self-guided
and guided tours of the grounds
and historic buildings are offered.
10 am-4 pm Mon.-Sat., 1-4 pm Sun.
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Two Rivers Mansion,
3130 McGavock Pk., 615-885-1112.
One of the last of the elaborate
antebellum country homes built in
the Nashville area, and one of the
earliest and best-preserved of the
ornate Italianate houses in Middle
Tennessee. Hours depend on event
schedule. Tour hours differ each
month. fri​end​sof​two​riv​ers​man​sio​n.o​rg

Museums
Country Music Hall of Fame®
and Museum, 222 Fifth Ave. S.,
615-416-2001. Experience country
music’s past and present through
dynamic exhibits, priceless artifacts,
live music and more in the heart of
Music City. Visit Historic RCA Studio
B and iconic Hatch Show Print, both

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properties of the museum. Unique
group packages available. 9 am-5 pm
daily. cou​ntr​ymu​sic​hal​lof​fam​e.o​rg
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Fontanel Mansion, 4125 Whites
Creek Pk., 615-724-1600. Formerly
owned by Barbara Mandrell and
decorated much like it was when
she lived there, the magnificent
27,000-square-foot estate is Nashville’s
only country music landmark that offers
visitors a unique view into the home life
of a country music legend. 9 am-3 pm
daily. fon​tan​el.​com
Frist Center for the Visual Arts,
919 Broadway, 615-244-3340. A
world-class art center dedicated
to presenting an ever-changing
schedule of exhibitions from local,
regional, national and international
sources. Also features the interactive
ArtQuest gallery, gift shop and
cafe, all surrounded by gorgeous
architecture. 10 am-5:30 pm Mon.Wed. and Sat., 10 am-9 pm Thu.-Fri.,
1-5:30 pm Sun. fri​stc​ent​er.​org
Advertising Partner, p. 29
The Johnny Cash Museum,
119 Third Ave. S., 615-256-1777.
Officially authorized by the estate of
Johnny Cash, the museum features
the largest and most comprehensive
collection of Johnny Cash artifacts
and memorabilia in the world.
Located in the heart of downtown
Nashville. 10 am-7 pm daily. Closed
Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
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615-244-3263. Located downtown
in the Nashville Municipal Auditorium,
the Musicians Hall of Fame is the
one and only museum that honors
the talented musicians who played
on the greatest recordings of all time.
10 am-5 pm Mon.-Sat.
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National Corvette Museum,
350 Corvette Dr., Bowling Green, KY,
270-781-7973. More than 70
Corvettes, special sinkhole and
cave exhibit, KidZone, cafe, gift
shop, conference center and
motorsports park. Less than 1 hour
north of Nashville on I-65, across
from GM plant. 8 am-5 pm Mon.-Sun.
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National Museum of African
American Music, 211 Seventh Ave.
N., Ste. 310, 615-301-8724. Project
under development. Will feature
exhibits highlighting musical
instruments, great vocalists,
genres, and hands-on music
creation and production. nma​am.​org
Tennessee Agricultural Museum,
440 Hogan Rd., 615-837-5197. The
museum has an extensive collection
of home and farm artifacts from the
19th and early 20th centuries. Also on

Lane Motor
Museum, 702
Murfreesboro
Pk., 615-7427445. Discover
the largest
European
collection in the United States.
Featuring 150 rare and unique cars
and motorcycles. Only 3 miles from
downtown, free parking on-site. 10 am5 pm Thu.-Mon. lan​emu​seu​m.o​rg
Military History Branch of the TN
State Museum, War Memorial Bldg.,
615-741-2692. The Military Museum
is a branch of the Tennessee State
Museum. Exhibits deal with America’s
overseas conflicts, beginning with
the Spanish-American War in 1898
and ending with World War II in 1945.
10 am-5 pm Tue.-Sat. tnm​use​um.​org
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Musicians Hall of Fame and
Museum, Nashville Municipal
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the property is a log cabin community
with a wooden train and gardens.
9 am-4 pm Mon.-Fri. tna​gmu​seu​m.o​rg
Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame,
501 Broadway, Bridgestone Arena,
615-242-4750. A state-of-the-art,
interactive tribute to Tennessee’s rich
sports history. Featuring two theaters
and many interactive stations, with
more being added every month.
10 am-5 pm Tue.-Sat. tsh​f.n​et
Tennessee State Museum,
505 Deaderick St., 615-741-2692,
800-407-4327. One of the largest
museums in the nation. Interpretive
exhibits begin 15,000 years ago
with prehistoric people and continue
through the early 1900s, with an
extensive and impressive Civil War
collection. Guided tours available
Mon.-Fri. beginning at 9 am.
Closed Sat-Sun. tnm​use​um.​org
Advertising Partner, p. 32
The Upper Room Chapel and
Museum, 1908 Grand Ave.,
615-340-7207, 877-899-2780 Ext.
7207. The chapel, home of the daily
devotional guide, features an
international collection portraying
Biblical figures, stories, nativity
scenes, paintings and sculptures.
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inspirational visit. Group-friendly,
free parking. 8 am-4:30 pm Mon.-Fri.
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to bribe suspects with play money to
solve the crime. It’s an evening of
laughter and smiles! Reservations
required. 7-10 pm. mis​sje​ann​es.​com

expand the creative capacity of
audience and artists though the
dynamic connection unique to
live theater. nas​hvi​lle​rep​.or​g

Willie Nelson and Friends Museum
and General Store, 2613 McGavock
Pk., 615-885-1515. Nashville’s largest
souvenir shop. The museum is
dedicated to traditional country
music legends, showcasing one
of the world’s largest collections of
personal items from Willie Nelson
and his many friends. 8:30 am-9 pm
Mon.-Sat., 8:30 am-8 pm Sun.
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Nashville Ballet, 3630 Redmon St.,
615-297-2966. Presenting a varied
repertoire of classical ballet and
contemporary works, accompanied
by the Nashville Symphony and noted
songwriters and music artists. Hours
depend on performance schedule.
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Nashville Symphony,
Schermerhorn Symphony Center,
One Symphony Pl., 615-687-6400.
This Grammy ® Award-winning
symphony offers more than 140
performances annually with a broad
range of classical, pops, jazz and
children’s concerts. Hours depend
on concert schedule. Free tours
at 12 pm most Wed. and Sat.
nas​hvi​lle​sym​pho​ny.​org

Performing Arts
Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theatre,
8204 Hwy. 100, 615-646-9977,
800-282-2276. Nashville’s first
professional theater. Serving up
great buffets and Broadway plays
for more than 40 years. Box office
9 am-8 pm Tue.-Sat., shows Thu.-Sat.
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General Jackson Showboat,
2812 Opryland Dr., 615-458-3900.
Evening cruises, which include an
elegant three-course dinner and
a fabulous stage production, and
midday cruises, which offer one
of Nashville’s only daytime country
music shows and a delicious lunch
buffet, on the scenic Cumberland
River. Midday boards 11:15 am,
departs noon, returns 2:30 pm;
evening boards 6:15 pm,
departs 7 pm, returns 10 pm.
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Miss Jeanne’s Mystery Dinner
Theatre, 2416 Music Valley Dr.,
615-902-9566. An interactive mystery
play with live music, comedy and
dinner. Each table becomes a team

Nashville Children’s Theatre,
25 Middleton St., 615-254-9103.
Performs live, professional theater for
kids and families, and has a national
reputation for excellence. Hours
depend on showtimes. nas​hvi​lle​ct.​org
Nashville Nightlife Dinner
Theater, 2416 Music Valley Dr.,
Ste. 139, 615-885-4747,
800-573-7973. Voted Music Valley’s
No. 1 country music dinner show.
Enjoy songs made famous by
legendary artists and today’s
superstars. Groups welcome.
Doors open at 5:30 pm for dinner,
show begins at 6:30 pm.
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Nashville Opera, Noah Liff
Opera Center, 3622 Redmon St.,
615-832-5242. Tennessee’s largest
professional opera company is
among the most successful regional
companies in the nation. It plays to
more than 45,000 people annually
through its main stage and touring
performances. Hours depend on
showtimes. nas​hvi​lle​ope​ra.​org
Nashville Repertory Theatre,
Tennessee Performing Arts Center,
505 Deaderick St., 615-244-4878.
A professional, regional theater
committed to consistently delivering
thought-provoking productions that

OZ Arts Nashville, 6172 Cockrill
Bend Cir., 615-350-7200.
A contemporary space designed
to house modern art installations
and host the city’s most elite events.
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Tennessee Performing Arts
Center (TPAC), 505 Deaderick St.,
615-782-4000. Four theaters are
designed for events ranging from
major Broadway musicals to
rock ‘n’ roll concerts. Hours
depend on showtimes. tpa​c.o​rg
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A Tribute to the KING: Thru the
Years 1953-1977, Texas Troubadour
Theatre, 2416 Music Valley Dr.,
615-758-0098, 866-811-2502. This
high-energy, live musical biography
starring John Beardsley transports
the audience through six eras of
The King’s career. With more than
30 songs and five costumes, this show
thrills audiences of all ages. 6:30 pm
seating, 7 pm show Mon. and Thu.,
March-Oct. Box office opens 10 am
day of show. the​nas​hvi​lle​kin​g.c​om
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Artisan Guitars, 230 Franklin Rd.,
Ste. 11-GG, Franklin, 615-595-2544.
Not your average guitar shop. Proudly
representing some of the world’s
finest acoustic guitar builders of this
century, luthiers who are artists in
every sense of the term. 10 am-6 pm
Mon.-Wed., 10 am-5 pm Thu.-Sat.
art​isa​ngu​ita​rs.​com

CoolSprings Galleria, 1800 Galleria
Blvd., Franklin, 615-771-2050. The
premier shopping center in the Middle
Tennessee area, featuring food,
entertainment and shopping with a
500-seat food court, five department
stores and more than 165 specialty
stores. Located 15 miles south of
Nashville. 10 am-9 pm Mon.-Sat.,
12-6 pm Sun. coo​lsp​rin​gsg​all​eri​a.c​om

Barbershop Harmony Society,
110 Seventh Ave. N., 615-823-3993.
Music-related gifts, CDs and videos.
8 am-5 pm Mon.-Fri. bar​ber​sho​p.o​rg
Country Music Hall of Fame® and
Museum Store, 222 Fifth Ave. S.,
615-416-2001. Offering exhibitionrelated merchandise, such as T-shirts,
mugs and Hatch Show Print posters.
You’ll also find original books and
music, as well as official museum and
Studio B merchandise. 9:30 am-6 pm
daily. cou​ntr​ymu​sic​hal​lof​fam​e.o​rg
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and p. 27
The Johnny Cash Museum,
119 Third Ave. S., 615-256-1777.
Dedicated to the life and music career
of the late Man in Black and features
memorabilia, interactive exhibits
and an event space. Shop the
on-site museum store for the largest
selection of Cash merchandise.
10 am-7 pm daily. Closed Thanksgiving
Day and Christmas Day.
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Advertising Partner, p. 30
Opry Originals, 300 Broadway,
800-SEE-OPRY. Located in the heart
of downtown Nashville’s famous
Lower Broadway, Opry Originals
brings together the iconic roots of
the Grand Ole Opry and country
music’s contemporary culture for a
shopping experience like no other.
10 am-9 pm Mon.-Sat., 11 am-7 pm
Sun. sho​p.o​pry​.co​m
The Opry Shop, 2804 Opryland Dr.,
800-SEE-OPRY. Enjoy the Grand Ole
Opry experience anytime with a stop
at The Opry Shop, located within the
Grand Ole Opry House. Opens at
10 am daily. sho​p.o​pry​.co​m
Two Old Hippies, 401 12th Ave. S.,
615-254-7999. Fun lifestyle boutique
located in The Gulch, offering a
collection of hip clothing, jewelry,
accessories, unique gifts and
rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia, as well
as premium guitars in our guitar
vault. Great shopping experience
for the whole family. 10 am-9 pm
Mon.-Sat., 11 am-6 pm Sun.
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Lebanon Premium Outlets,
One Outlet Village Blvd., Lebanon,
615-444-0433. Located less than
30 miles from Nashville and offers
impressive savings at more than 60
outlets, including Ann Taylor Factory
Store, Brooks Brothers, Coach, Gap,
Nike Clearance Store, Polo Ralph
Lauren and more. Off I-40, Exit 238.
10 am-9 pm Mon.-Sat., 10 am-7 pm
Sun. pre​miu​mou​tle​ts.​com​/le​ban​on
The Mall at Green Hills, 2126 Abbott
Martin Rd., 615-298-5478. The
Midsouth’s premier shopping
destination, anchored by Nordstrom,
Dillard’s and Macy’s, invites you to
enjoy exclusive shops like The North
Face, Louis Vuitton, Free People, Tory
Burch and more. 10 am-9 pm Mon.Sat., 12-6 pm Sun. sho​pgr​een​hil​ls.​com
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Opry Mills, 433 Opry Mills Dr.,
615-514-1100. Tennessee’s largest
outlet and value shopping destination.
Retail mix includes Bass Pro Shops,
Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, H&M,
J.Crew Factory and many more.
10 am-9 pm Mon.-Sat., 11 am-7 pm Sun.
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Shopping Districts
The District, Second Ave. &
Broadway, 615-400-0178. Don’t miss
the heart of Nashville. Located on the
banks of the Cumberland River, these
century-old Victorian buildings house
chic restaurants, hip nightclubs and
trendy shops. the​dis​tri​ctn​ash​vil​le.​org
Donelson Hermitage Chamber of
Commerce, 125 Donelson Pk.,
615-883-7896. The twin communities
of Donelson and Hermitage are
located approximately 10 miles east
of downtown Nashville. Bordered by
the Cumberland River and beautiful
Old Hickory and Percy Priest lakes,
our community is truly the Gateway
to Music City. d-h​cha​mbe​r.c​om
Hill Center Green Hills,
4015 Hillsboro Dr., 615-252-8101.


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Located in Nashville’s most desirable
shopping destination, Hill Center
Green Hills is a mixed-use outdoor,
lifestyle center anchored by
Anthropologie and Whole Foods
with more than 20 specialty
shops and several restaurants.
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Jefferson Street United Merchants
Partnership (JUMP), 1215 Ninth Ave.
N., Ste. 201, 615-726-5867. A historic
African-American business and
shopping district featuring an eclectic
mix of options ranging from art
galleries to salons. jum​pna​shv​ill​e.c​om
Marathon Village, 1305 Clinton St.,
615-327-1010. One of Nashville’s most
creative communities – including
Marathon Music Works, Antique
Archaeology and Corsair Artisan
Distillery. mar​ath​onv​ill​age​.co​m
Music Valley Merchants
Association, 2613 McGavock Pk..
Live music, shopping, camping,
food, fun and more. Some of the
most unique Nashville attractions are
located here, too. The place people
roam to have fun Nashville-style!
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Advertising Partner, p. 35
Nashville Farmers’ Market,
900 Rosa L. Parks Blvd., 615-880-2001.
Open year round. Craft and flea market
open every weekend. Restaurants,
specialty shops, greenhouses and
open-air stalls with fresh fruits,
vegetables and plants. 8 am-6 pm
Mon.-Sun. nas​hvi​lle​far​mer​sma​rke​t.o​rg

Specialty Shops
And The Bead Goes On ...,
Dickson, 615-417-8259. Features
Nashville guitar string jewelry,
handcrafted in Tennessee by
the Randall family. Our collection
includes bracelets and necklaces
in a variety of designs and mediums.
Antique Archaeology Nashville,
1300 Clinton St., Ste. 130,
615-810-9906. A lifelong picker,
Mike Wolfe of the History Channel’s
top-rated program, American Pickers,
opened Antique Archaeology in
a turn-of-the-century automobile
factory, Marathon Village. The store
features antiques, vintage items,
folk art and Antique Archaeology
merchandise. 10 am-6 pm Mon.-Sat.,
12-5 pm Sun. ant​iqu​ear​cha​eol​ogy​.co​m
Belle Meade Framers,
4322 Harding Pk., Ste. 105,
615-298-5149. Specializing in custom
picture framing, professional design,
custom mirrors and large-volume

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the BBB. Specialties are event florals,
simple designs or high-style, edgy
selections and everything in between.
Reliable. 8 am-5:30 pm Mon.-Fri.,
9 am-3 pm Sat. emm​asf​low​ers​.co​m
Ensemble, 203 Third Ave. S.,
615-522-0610. Boutique style on a
budget. The latest trends in women’s
fashion. All jewelry, hats, scarves and
most accessories are $10, as well as
men’s ties, socks, belts, cuff links
and licensed sports hats. 11 am-7 pm
Mon.-Sat., 11 am-6 pm Sun.
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Boot Barn
commercial framing. 10 am-6 pm
Mon.-Fri., 10 am-5 pm Sat.
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Billy Reid, 4015 Hillsboro Pk.,
Ste. 104, 615-292-2111. The CFDAwinning designer of luxury men’s
and women’s clothing celebrating
craftsmanship, tailoring and American
manufacturing. 10 am-7 pm Mon.-Thu.,
10 am-8 pm Fri.-Sat., 10 am-6 pm Sun.
bil​lyr​eid​.co​m
Black 13 Tattoo, 209 10th Ave. S.,
Ste. 208, 615-750-3741. The main
goal is to provide a wide array
of quality work and exceptional
customer service for clients, all
within a comfortable and welcoming
environment. Hours by appointment.
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Boot Barn, 318 Broadway,
615-742-9780. America’s largest
Western and work store. 10 am-9 pm
Mon.-Thu., 10 am-10 pm Fri.-Sat.,
11 am-7 pm Sun. boo​tba​rn.​com
Brentwood Wine & Spirits,
330 Franklin Rd., Brentwood,
615-373-9463. Offering a diverse
mix of products with more than 100
high-alcohol beers, 140 California
chardonnays and 150-plus California
cabernets. The latest trend in distilled
spirits does not go unnoticed. 9 am9 pm Mon.-Thu., 9 am-10 pm Fri.-Sat.
bre​ntw​ood​win​ean​dsp​iri​ts.​com
Cadeau Nashville, 2308 12th Ave. S.,
615-460-0053. A Nashville-based
home goods and gift shop offering
up modern, eclectic and handmade
products. 10 am-7 pm Mon.-Sat.,
1-5 pm Sun. sho​pca​dea​una​shv​ill​e.c​om

Circa at the Country Music Hall of
Fame® and Museum, 222 Fifth Ave.
S., 615-416-2001. Offering unique,
locally made gifts, food and home
decorations, and classic men’s and
women’s clothing brands. You’ll also
find seasonal items and a wide
selection of jewelry. 9:30 am-6 pm
daily. cou​ntr​ymu​sic​hal​lof​fam​e.o​rg
Advertising Partner, p. 24, p. 25
and p. 27
The Cupcake Collection,
1213 Sixth Ave. N., 2543 Lebanon
Pk., 615-244-2900. Located in the
heart of historic Germantown and
featuring daily, made-from-scratch
cupcakes and icing. No lard/
shortening. At $1.50, this is a costeffective cupcake. 10 am-4:30 pm
Mon.-Fri., 11 am-4 pm Sun.
the​cup​cak​eco​lle​cti​on.​com
DCXV Industries, 727 Porter Rd.,
615-522-4656. Creators of I Believe
in Nashville®, DCXV Industries is
Nashville’s apparel brand. Their shirts
have become iconic staples of the
city, and everything they make is
designed and created in Music City.
12-6 pm Tue.-Sat., 12-4 pm Sun.
dcx​vin​dus​tri​es.​com
Designer Renaissance Co.,
2822 Bransford Ave., 615-297-8822.
Women’s consignment, featuring
designer and trendy clothing and
accessories in fun Berry Hill. Look
for the big red purse! 10 am-5:45 pm
Mon.-Sat. des​ign​err​ena​iss​anc​e.c​om
Emma’s Flowers and Gifts,
2410 West End Ave., 615-327-0202.
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Farm House Store & Coffee Shop,
4125 Whites Creek Pk., 615-724-1600.
Serves as the store, coffee shop and
ticketing box office for all events on
the Fontanel property. Come relax
with a freshly brewed cup of coffee
while browsing the shop where local
crafts and Fontanel memorabilia can
be purchased. fon​tan​el.​com
FLIP, 1100 Eighth Ave. S., 1016 Eighth
Ave. S., 615-256-3547. Nashville’s
premier men’s and women’s
consignment stores each feature
5,000 square feet of designer
clothing, shoes, bags and
accessories. Only 1 mile from
downtown with plenty of free parking.
10 am-7 pm Mon.-Sat. hip​2fl​ip.​com
Goo Goo Shop, 116 Third Ave. S.,
615-490-6685. Invented in 1912 in
a copper kettle at the Standard
Candy Co., right here in Nashville,
the Goo Goo Cluster is the world’s first
combination candy bar. Open daily.
goo​goo​.co​m
Advertising Partner, p. 45
Green Door Gourmet,
7011 River Road Pk., 615-942-7169.
Our on-farm market features a wide
variety of fruits, flowers, vegetables
and herbs using organic and holistic
methods. The market also offers the
area’s finest meats, cheeses, eggs,
honey, and other local and regional
gourmet products. 9 am-6 pm Wed.Fri., 9 am-3 pm Sat., 12-4 pm Sun.
gre​end​oor​gou​rme​t.c​om
H. Audrey, 4027 Hillsboro Pk.,
Ste. 703, 615-760-5701. Voted
Nashville’s best women’s boutique
by the Nashville Scene. We’ve got
everything you need to be your most
stylish self. Clothing, shoes, jewelry
and more! 10 am-7 pm Mon.-Sat.,
12-6 pm Sun. hau​dre​y.c​om
Hatch Show Print, 224 Fifth Ave. S.,
615-577-7710. The Hatch Show Print
store features a wide assortment of
iconic and newly designed prints and
posters, as well as cards, Hatch logo
apparel and more. Own a piece of

history. 9:30 am-6 pm Sun.-Wed.,
9:30 am-8 pm Thu.-Sat.
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and p. 27
Ilex … for flowers, 601 Eighth Ave. S.,
615-736-5200. In business since 1985
and striving to create modern and
unique floral arrangements using only
premium cut flowers. Worked events
such as the CMAs, American Heart
Association’s Go Red Event and the
SESAC Awards. 9 am-5 pm Mon.-Fri.,
9 am-12 pm Sat. ile​xfo​rfl​owe​rs.​com
Island Cowgirl, 1200 Clinton St., #35,
714-580-9909. Offering our full
collection of unique, handcrafted and
inspirational jewelry, limited-edition
handmade pieces and artwork from
brilliant artists around the country.
Jewelry is handmade with love in
Nashville! isl​and​cow​gir​lje​wel​ry.​com
Leon’s Candy, 138 Second Ave. N.,
615-254-5030. Come experience a
fourth-generation candy store and
indulge your taste buds with pecan
pralines made with Jack Daniel’s,
Maker’s Mark bourbon or Leon’s
classic maple praline. 10 am-5 pm
Mon.-Thu., 10 am-6 pm Fri.-Sat.
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The Loveless Cafe, 8400 Hwy. 100,
615-646-9700. The historic Loveless
Cafe hosts several shops offering
unique Nashville-themed gift and
food items to commemorate your
visit or share with family and friends.
A must-see while in town. 8 am-8 pm
Mon.-Fri., 8 am-9 pm Sat.-Sun.
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Lucchese Boot Co., 503 12th Ave. S.,
615-242-1161. Nashville is the third
flagship for the renowned American
luxury equestrian and Western boot
company. 10 am-7 pm Mon.-Sat.,
12-6 pm Sun. luc​che​se.​com
Lynchburg Cake and Candy Co.,
134 Cashion Rd., Lynchburg,
931-759-7441. Gourmet whiskey
cakes that have been filmed by
Food Network, seen on The View,
and many local publications and TV
shows. Our products are made in
Lynchburg on our farm with 100
percent United States ingredients.
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Macy’s, 3813 Hillsboro Pk.,
615-383-3300. Macy’s invites you
to stop by our store and receive your
exclusive Visitor Savings Pass, good
for 10 percent off thousands of items
throughout the store. 10 am-9 pm
Mon.-Wed., 9 am-7 pm Thu.,
10 am-10 pm Fri.-Sat., 11 am-7 pm Sun.
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Midtown Wine & Spirits,
1610 Church St., 615-327-3874.
Middle Tennessee’s premier beverage
and party destination. The midtown
wine, spirits, beer and cigar complex
is located on Church Street. 8 am10 pm Mon.-Wed., 8 am-11 pm
Thu.-Fri., 8:30 am-11 pm Sat.
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Nashville Boot Co., 5133 Harding Pk.,
#B3, 615-353-9838. Just 6 miles west
from downtown Nashville and one
block past Belle Meade Plantation.
Featuring Dan Post, Lucchese, Tony
Lama, Laredo, Corral, Ariat, Durango,
Frye and more. Enjoy a friendly,
relaxed atmosphere and shop with
the locals! 9 am-5 pm Mon.-Sat.
nas​hvi​lle​boo​ts.​com
Nashville Visitor Center &
Marketplace – Broadway,
501 Broadway, 615-259-4747. The
Marketplace Gift Shop, located within
the Nashville Visitor Center in the
glass tower of the Bridgestone Arena,
offers a large selection of musicthemed gifts, original Nashville tees,
locally made food items and much
more. Gifts are also available online.
8 am-5:30 pm Mon.-Sat., 10 am-5 pm
Sun. sho​p.v​isi​tmu​sic​cit​y.c​om
Nashville Visitor Center &
Marketplace – Fourth Avenue,
150 Fourth Ave. N., Ste. G-250,
615-259-4731. The Marketplace Gift
Shop, located within the Nashville
Visitor Center at Fourth Avenue and
Commerce Street, offers a large
selection of music-themed gifts,
original Nashville tees, locally made
food items and much more. Gifts are
also available online. 8 am-5 pm
Mon.-Fri. sho​p.v​isi​tmu​sic​cit​y.c​om
Olive & Sinclair Chocolate Co.,
1628 Fatherland St., 615-262-3007.
Handcrafted by native Nashvillians in
the heart of Music City, Olive & Sinclair
is proud to be the paramount bean-tobar chocolate maker in the South and
the only one in Tennessee. 10 am-5 pm
Thu.-Sat. oli​vea​nds​inc​lai​r.c​om
OSHi Floral Decor Studio,
217 Sixth Ave. N., 615-254-6744.
Perri Crutcher has cultivated a unique
style of design, tradition and purpose
using natural materials, creating a
fusion of craft and cultivated treasures.
He specializes in the creation of clientspecific original floral compositions
and installations. 8:30 am-4 pm Mon.Fri., 9 am-1 pm Sat., by appointment
only Sun. osh​ifl​owe​rs.​com
Peter Nappi, 1308 Adams St.,
615-248-3310. A luxury Italian
footwear company based in Nashville.

We offer handcrafted footwear, bags
and accessories curated alongside
imported furniture and home goods.
11 am-6 pm Mon.-Sat. pet​ern​app​i.c​om
Rachel’s Boutique, 231 Sixth Ave. N.,
615-345-7149. Downtown Nashville’s
premier boutique offering fine apparel,
locally made jewelry and fine details
for the home. Located in the awardwinning Hermitage Hotel. 8 am-8 pm
Mon.-Thu., 8 am-10 pm Fri.-Sat., 8 am5 pm Sun. fac​ebo​ok.​com​/Ra​che​ls
B​out​iqu​eAt​The​Her​mit​age​Hot​el
Rocket Fizz Soda Pop & Candy
Shop, 201 Second Ave. N.,
615-730-8085. You will be transported
to a different place and time with
childhood memories of music, candy
and soda pop. The store is blazing
with color and surrounded by music
and lights. 10 am-9 pm Sun.-Thu.,
10 am-11 pm Fri.-Sat. roc​ket​fiz​z.c​om
Savannah’s Candy Kitchen
of Nashville, 310 Broadway,
615-313-9919. Offering traditional,
fresh-made candies, ice cream,
gelato and treats that are created
daily right within the store. Opens
11 am daily. sav​ann​ahc​and​y.c​om
Schakolad Chocolate Factory,
443 Cool Springs Blvd., Ste. 107,
Franklin, 615-771-5077. Signature
chocolates locally made in our factory/
retail store. Custom-molded engraved
corporate logos, favors, fountains,
custom private parties. Decades of
experience, recipes, artistry and
innovation. 11 am-6 pm Mon.-Sat.
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Simply the Best $10 Boutique,
176 Second Ave. N., Ste. 100,
615-251-0004. Everything in the store
is $10! The district’s premier shopping
destination for fashion jewelry,
accessories, hats, sunglasses and
T-shirts. Grab an awesome value
while visiting Nashville. 11 am-6 pm
Sun.-Thu., 11 am-7 pm Fri.-Sat.
ten​dol​lar​bou​tiq​ue.​com
Southernaire Market, 150 Third
Ave. S., 615-490-8077. Combines the
style, hospitality and quality of a New
Orleans-style neighborhood grocery
with the convenience of the New York
City corner bodega to cater to the
needs of downtown Nashville. 10 am
to close. sou​the​rna​ire​mar​ket​.co​m
Spirit of Nashville – Anderson
Design Group, 116 29th Ave. N.,
615-327-9894. Music City’s original
local artisan brand that reflects the
national award-winning artistry of the
Anderson Design Group. 9 am-5:30
pm Mon.-Fri., 11 am-4 pm Sat.
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Shopping
Thistle Farms, 5122 Charlotte Pk.,
615-298-1140. A social enterprise
run by survivors of trafficking and
addiction. By hand, the women create
natural bath and body products.
Purchases directly benefit the women
and program. 9 am-4 pm Mon., Wed.
and Fri., 9 am-12 pm Tue. and Thu.
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Walker Creek Confections, LLC,
114 E. Main St., Watertown,
615-295-4137. A family-owned
business located in historic Watertown,
we use traditional recipes to create
small-batch, handcrafted candies,
including almond toffee, gourmet
caramels and pecan pralines.
11 am-4 pm Thu.-Sat., 12-3 pm Sun.
wal​ker​cre​ekt​off​ee.​com
White’s Mercantile, 2908 12th
Ave. S., 615-750-5379. A general
store for the modern-day tastemaker.
Whether you need dog food, cozy
throws, French antiques, great
sunglasses, organic popcorn or
fabulous bath soaks, we’ve got it!
10 am-6 pm Mon.-Sat., 11 am-5 pm
Sun. whi​tes​mer​can​til​e.c​om
Willie Nelson and Friends Museum
and General Store, 2613 McGavock
Pk., 615-885-1515. One of Nashville’s
largest souvenir stores, featuring

thousands of souvenirs and other
country music-related merchandise.
8:30 am-9 pm Mon.-Sat., 8:30 am-8 pm
Sun. wil​lie​nel​son​gen​era​lst​ore​.co​m
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Winston Dog, 4017 Hillsboro Pk.,
Ste. 310, 615-678-1598. High-end dog
boutique and fluff-out bar. Specializing
in designer apparel, collars, leads,
beds, carriers, gourmet treats, bowls
and treat jars, and catering to dogs
for touch ups in between groomings.
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Uniquely Nashville
Online Retailers
BATCH, 1315 Seventh Ave. N.,
615-260-3082. Sends the best that
Nashville has to offer to your doorstep
each month. BATCH is also perfect
for events, providing VIP and attendee
gift boxes, all of which contain
products made in and around Middle
Tennessee. bat​chn​ash​vil​le.​com
The Christie Cookie Company,
1205 Third Ave. N., 615-242-3817.
Founded in 1983 in the heart of Music
City. Driven by the pursuit of the perfect
cookie, the company’s signature
gourmet treats are hand-measured
with quality ingredients, including real

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butter, Heath toffee and premium
chocolates. chr​ist​iec​ook​ies​.co​m
Nashville Guitar Bar, 1006 Green
Hill Cove, Brentwood, 615-507-9022.
A premium milk chocolate bar
designed in the detail of a guitar and
packaged in its own miniature guitar
case. Perfect as a memento from your
trip to Nashville or as a marketing
tool or gift. nas​hvi​lle​gui​tar​bar​.co​m
Project 615, P.O. Box 68437,
615-496-4398. We are a philanthropic
apparel company selling Nashvillethemed T-shirts and apparel that help
raise awareness and funds for the
local homeless. pro​jec​t61​5.o​rg
Rocky Brands, Inc. – Durango
Boots, 39 E. Canal St., Nelsonville,
OH, 800-848-9452. Find Durango
footwear on or near Broadway at
Boots N’ More, Trail West and Mr.
Hat’s Boot Co. dur​ang​obo​ot.​com
Strings for Hope, 460 Eastside
Dr., White Bluff, 615-973-4813.
A nonprofit organization that
brings hope to the community by
providing financial support to various
community organizations through
promotion of uniquely handcrafted
jewelry composed of recycled guitar
strings. str​ing​sfo​rho​pe.​org

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Sports & recreation

Vanderbilt Commodores

Collegiate Sports
Belmont University, 1900 Belmont
Blvd., 615-460-6000. A member of the
NCAA Division I and a member of the
Ohio Valley Conference in most of
Belmont’s sports. bel​mon​t.e​du
Franklin American Mortgage Music
City Bowl, 211 Commerce St.,
Ste. 100, 615-743-3130. Founded in
1998, this annual postseason college
football game featuring an SEC
versus ACC matchup is broadcast
nationally on ESPN, and is Nashville’s
holiday tradition. mus​icc​ity​bow​l.c​om
Lipscomb University, One University
Park Dr., 615-966-5668. A member of
NCAA Division I and competes in the
Atlantic Sun Conference. lip​sco​mb.​edu
Trevecca Nazarene University,
333 Murfreesboro Rd., 615-248-1200.
Founded in 1901 and is a private
Christian university with approximately
2,400 students. Visitors are invited
to participate in its dynamic music,
athletic and cultural events, which
are listed on the university’s website.
tre​vec​ca.​edu
Vanderbilt University Student
Athletics, 2601 Jess Neely Dr.,
615-322-GOLD. A member of the
NCAA Division I and Southeastern
Conference. Competing in 16
intercollegiate sports, Vanderbilt
athletic events are a fun, affordable
outing for both residents and visitors

to Nashville. Ticket office: 8:30 am5 pm Mon.-Fri. vuc​omm​odo​res​.co​m

Film & Movie Theaters
Belcourt Theatre, 2102 Belcourt
Ave., 615-846-3150. The leading
exhibitor of independent, foreign
and repertory film programming
in Nashville, and an intimate music
venue. The theater has been
nationally recognized and is an
original member of the Sundance
Art House project. Hours depend
on showtimes. bel​cou​r t.​org

Game Centers
Buffalo’s Billiard Parlor, 154 Second
Ave. N., 615-313-7665. Featuring 21
high-definition TVs so you can follow
your favorite sporting event from any
area of the bar. Pool tables, tabletop
shuffleboard, darts and video games
encourage friendly competition.
4 pm-2 am Mon.-Wed., 4 pm-3 am
Thu.-Fri., 1 pm-3 am Sat., 5 pm-1 am
Sun. buf​fal​osn​ash​vil​le.​com
Dave & Buster’s, Opry Mills Mall,
540 Opry Mills Dr., 615-970-3800.
Create your own experience where
great food, signature drinks and oneof-a-kind fun can be found under
one enormous roof. Offering billiards,
cosmic bowling and more than 150
video games. 11-12 am Sun.-Thu.,
11-1 am Fri.-Sat. dav​ean​dbu​ste​rs.​com


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Grand Old Golf & Go Karts,
2444 Music Valley Dr., 615-871-4701.
Play one of our three award-winning
miniature golf courses, ride side by
side on the mid-state’s fastest outdoor
go-kart track or try one of the 25
flavors at Chuck’s Sno Cones. Check
website for hours. gra​ndo​ldg​olf​.ne​t
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Laser Quest, 166 Second Ave. N.,
615-256-2560. An interactive
adventure game for all ages.
Unbeatable fun for social or group
outings, student trips, sports teams,
family reunions and corporate teambuilding events. Thirty or more play
together, available rain or shine,
private bookings available. 6-9 pm
Tue.-Thu., 4 pm-12 am Fri., 11-12 am
Sat., 2-7 pm Sun. las​erq​ues​t.c​om
Music City Indoor Karting LLC,
400 Davidson St., #403,
615-242-3275. Located in downtown
Nashville, we have really fast karting
around our 1/4-mile indoor track with
high-tech electric karts. Corporate
groups, birthday parties and more.
11 am-9 pm Mon.-Thu., 11 am-10 pm
Fri., 9 am-10 pm Sat., 12-9 pm Sun.
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Pinewood Social, 33 Peabody St.,
615-751-8111. Offering a coffee bar
and Americana-style breakfast,
lunch and dinner options, with
brunch on the weekends. Our
creative workspace also has bowling,

bocce ball and an innovative bar
program. 7-1 am Mon.-Fri., 9-1 am
Sat.-Sun. pin​ewo​ods​oci​al.​com

catering on-site. Voted Top 10
in the State by Golf Digest.
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Two Bits, 1520 Demonbreun St.,
615-750-3536. Free arcade games,
specially crafted cocktails, and a oneof-a-kind menu, this is the perfect place
to kick back and enjoy a night out.
Private or semi-private space available.
11-3 am. two​bit​sna​shv​ill​e.c​om

McCabe Golf Course, 46th Ave. N.
& Murphy Rd., 615-862-8491.
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Golf Courses
Gaylord Springs Golf Links,
18 Springhouse Ln., 615-458-1730.
A links-style, par-72 layout, designed
by Larry Nelson, offering 18 holes
bordered by limestone bluffs and
wetlands. Named among the Best
Courses You Can Play by GolfWeek.
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Harpeth Hills Golf Course,
2424 Old Hickory Blvd., 615-862-8493.
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Hermitage Golf Course,
3939 Old Hickory Blvd.,
Old Hickory, 615-847-4001.
Featuring 36 holes on two courses
with a professional tournament
management team, pro shop,
driving range, grill, clubhouse,
banquet room, meeting space,
outdoor pavilion and full-service

Percy Warner Golf Course, Percy
Warner Park, Forrest Park Dr. off Belle
Meade Blvd., 615-352-9958. nas​hvi​lle​
.go​v/p​ark​s/g​olf​/pe​rcy​war​ner​/in​dex​.as​p
Shelby Golf Course,
2021 Fatherland St., 615-862-8474.
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G​olf​- Co​urs​es/​She​lby​-Go​lf-​Cou​rse​.as​px
Ted Rhodes Golf Course, 1901 Ed
Temple Blvd., 615-862-8463. nas​hvi​lle​
.go​v/p​ark​s/g​olf​/te​drh​ode​s/i​nde​x.a​sp
Two Rivers Golf Course,
Two Rivers Pkwy., 615-889-2675.
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VinnyLinks Golf Course, 2009 Sevier
St., 615-880-1720. nas​hvi​lle​.go​v/
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Lake Activities
Defiance FlyBoard, Percy Priest
Lake, 931-698-1878. Flyboarding,
the new extreme sport to hit
Nashville, uses the propulsion
of a normal Jet Ski and allows

you to fly above the water.
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Ed Martin’s Striper & Hybrid
Fishing Guide Service,
P.O. Box 111241, 615-477-6587. We
provide half- or full-day guided fishing
trips on Percy Priest Lake. Our guide
service welcomes small groups along
with large groups up to 30 anglers.
ema​rti​nst​rip​ers​.co​m
Nashville Paddle Co., 2901 Bell Rd.,
773-969-6340. Offers stand-up
paddling instruction, rentals, training
and group events. nas​hvi​lle​pad​dle​.co​m
Nashville Shores, 4001 Bell Rd.,
615-889-7050. A 385-acre family
recreation destination located on Percy
Priest Lake, 10 minutes from downtown,
featuring Jet Ski rentals, pontoon
boat rentals, a marina and more lake
activities. Mid-May through mid-Sept.;
hours vary. nas​hvi​lle​sho​res​.co​m
Old Hickory Lake, US 31 E.,
Hendersonville, 615-822-4846.
Located on the Cumberland River
just northeast of Nashville, you will
find plenty of Southern hospitality
at Old Hickory Lake.
Percy Priest Lake, 3737 Bell Rd.,
615-889-1975. Located 10 miles
east of Nashville, this lake covers
an area of 14,400 acres and has
213 miles of shoreline.
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Radnor Lake, 1160 Otter Creek Rd.,
615-373-3467. Radnor Lake State
Natural Area is located south of
metropolitan Nashville in the Oak
Hill community. rad​nor​lak​e.o​rg
River Queen Voyages,
99 Titans Way, 615-933-9778.
Nashville’s first and only kayak rental
and tour company on the Cumberland
River. See the city from a whole new
point of view! rqv​oya​ges​.co​m

Marathons
St. Jude Country Music Marathon
& ½ Marathon Presented by Nissan,
Start line: Broadway at Fourth Ave.,
finish line: LP Field, 858-450-6510.
The marathon welcomes 35,000
runners the last Saturday of April. In
Music City style, the race features
local bands and a post-race concert
headlined by some of music’s hottest
stars. Qualifier for the Boston
Marathon. run​roc​knr​oll​.co​m/n​ash​vil​le

Outdoor Recreation
Treetop Adventure Park at Nashville Shores

Adventureworks, 1300 Narrows of
the Harpeth Park, Kingston Springs,

Live Music

Sports & recreation
615-297-2250. Adventures for
individuals, families and groups of all
types! A nationally recognized leader
in experience-based team building
and outdoor recreational adventure.
Experience the thrilling zipline tour
nestled in 40 acres of old-growth
forest. 10 am-4 pm Mon.-Sat.,
1-4 pm Sun. adv​ent​ure​wor​ks.​com
Bike the Greenway, 2320 Two Rivers
Pkwy., 615-920-1388. Bicycle rentals
operating from Nashville’s greenway
system trailhead at Two Rivers Park
in the Opryland/airport area.
Transportation to and from trailhead
if needed. bik​eth​egr​een​way​.ne​t
Music City Ziplines by
Adventureworks at Fontanel,
4125 Whites Creek Pk., 615-724-1600.
New and experienced zippers will
enjoy soaring through the shaded
forest canopy of Fontanel on
eight different ziplines, up to 85 feet
high and ranging from 200 to 700 feet
in length. Professional tour guides help
you ride for up to two hours at speeds
up to 35 miles per hour. fon​tan​el.​com
Nashville B-cycle, 206 Capitol
Blvd., 615-625-2153. Offers bikesharing for quick rides around
town. Sign in. Select. Ride. Return.
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Thomas F. Frist Centennial
Sportsplex, 224 25th Ave. N.,
615-862-8480. Featuring an aquatic
center with two indoor pools, ice arena
with two rinks and a fitness center.
The complex also has USTA-approved
indoor and outdoor tennis facilities.
5:30-8 pm Mon.-Thu., 5:30-6 pm Fri.,
9-5 pm Sat. nas​hvi​lle​.go​v/s​por​tsp​lex
The Trails at Fontanel, 4125 Whites
Creek Pk., 615-724-1600. Featuring 3.5
miles of dog-friendly hiking trails that
connect to a mile of paved metro parks
greenway for foot and bike traffic.
Hiking is free to the public and open
from sunup to sundown. fon​tan​el.​com

There’s even a kiddie pool with
water-dropping features and a
children’s playground. 11 am-5 pm
Mon.-Sun. nas​hvi​lle​.go​v/P​ark​s -a​nd-​
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What Do You Run For Event MGMT,
625 Main St., 615-678-1023. We’re a
team of dedicated race directors
promoting healthy, active lifestyles and
providing the communities of Greater
Nashville with memorable racing
events. See our website for upcoming
events. wha​tdo​you​run​for​.co​m

Professional Sports
Nashville Predators, Bridgestone
Arena, 501 Broadway, 615-770-PUCK.
The Nashville Predators offer a
season of their signature, on-the-edge
excitement. Group tickets available at
a discounted rate. All-Inclusive Zone
available with game tickets and allyou-can-eat food and beverage.
Suites can also be rented on a gamenight basis. nas​hvi​lle​pre​dat​ors​.co​m
Nashville Sounds Baseball Club,
401 Jackson St., 615-690-HITS. Come
be a part of the Nashville Sounds at
the new First Tennessee Park in
Germantown. The Nashville Sounds
are a Triple-A affiliate of the Oakland
Athletics. nas​hvi​lle​sou​nds​.co​m
Tennessee Titans, One Titans Way,
615-565-4000. The AFC South
Tennessee Titans begin another
sold-out season in the much-heralded
home of the NFL’s “loudest fans.”
tit​ans​onl​ine​.co​m

Public Parks
Centennial Park, 2600 West End
Ave., 800-657-6910. Nashville’s premier
park. Features the iconic Parthenon.
Thousands of people visit the 132-acre
park each year to tour the museum,
see exhibits, attend festivals and just
enjoy the beauty of the park. nas​hvi​lle​
.go​v/P​ark​s-a​nd-​Rec​rea​tio​n.a​spx

Treetop Adventure Park at
Nashville Shores, 4001 Bell Rd.,
615-889-7050. An aerial adventure
course set in the woods of Nashville
Shores Lakeside Resort. Featuring
100 exciting and challenging
obstacles, including suspended
bridges, 10 ziplines, cargo nets,
ladders, Tarzan jumps and more.
Seasonal hours March-Nov. nas​hvi​lle​
sho​res​.co​m/p​ubl​ic/​tre​eto​p/i​nde​x.c​fm

Cumberland Park, 592 S. First St.,
615-862-8400. An interactive play
space for children and families,
incorporating unique play structures
and water features to create an
exciting new attraction along
Nashville’s riverfront. nas​hvi​lle​.go​v/
P​ark​s-a​nd-​Rec​rea​tio​n/P​ark​s/
C​umb​erl​and​- Pa​rk.​asp​x

Wave Country, 2320 Two Rivers
Pkwy., 615-885-1052. One of the
area’s only wave-action swimming
pools. Also featured are three water
flumes and two speed slides.

Metro Parks and Recreation,
615-862-8400. Approximately 12,000
acres of open space, including 108
parks and 19 greenways. nas​hvi​lle​.go​v/
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Salons & Spas
Escape Day Spa & Salon,
6000 Hwy. 100, Ste. 102,
615-352-3545. Escape to that
place inside to connect with yourself
again. Devoted to enhancing your
well-being, allow our highly skilled
professional staff to take you on
a journey of the senses. 8 am-8 pm
Mon.-Fri., 8 am-7 pm Sat., 11 am5 pm Sun. esc​ape​spa​ces​.co​m
Mokara Spa, Omni Nashville Hotel,
250 Fifth Ave. S., 615-782-5300.
Relax, rejuvenate and pamper
yourself at our spa. Enjoy all the
sights and sounds Nashville has to
offer, but then make time for yourself
– at Mokara Spa. 9 am-7 pm daily.
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Relâche Spa, 2800 Opryland Dr.,
615-458-1772. Take a journey that
ignites the senses and soothes the
soul. Nestled within the beautiful
botanical gardens of Gaylord
Opryland® Resort & Convention
Center, you’ll discover the true
essence of relaxation at our spa.
8 am-7 pm Sun.-Fri., 8 am-8 pm Sat.
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William Edge Salon & Spa,
2214 Elliston Pl., 615-515-3767.
An Aveda Salon & Spa offering hair
services, makeup, facials, waxing
and massages. This is a non-tipping
salon that partners with Vanderbilt
Children’s Hospital by donating $1
for every service to the hospital.
9 am-6 pm Wed. and Fri.-Sat., 10 am8 pm Tue. and Thu. wil​lia​med​ge.​com

Skate Parks
Metro SkatePark at Two Rivers
Park, 2320 Two Rivers Pkwy.,
615-862-8400. The park offers
a state-of-the-art facility for
skateboarding, freestyle in-line
skating and BMX bike riding.
Skaters can perform a range of
tricks, from ollies to pop shuvits,
on the ramps, pipes, bowls, oververt
and other structural components.
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Rocketown, 601 Fourth Ave. S.,
615-843-4001. A faith-based teen
entertainment center with all-ages
venues, an indoor skate park and
coffee bar. Venues are available to
rent for private events. 3-9 pm Mon.,
3-7:30 pm Tue., 7:30-9 pm Wed.-Thu.,
3 pm-12 am Fri., 9-12 am Sat.,
1-7 pm Sun. roc​ket​own​.co​m

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or call the tourism department
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Airport/Donelson
Airport Super 8 Nashville,
720 Royal Pkwy., 615-889-8887.
Inviting you to enjoy unexpected rates
for an exceptional value. Renovated
in 2008-09 and conveniently located
1 mile from the airport.
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Alexis Inn & Suites, 600 Ermac Dr.,
615-889-4466. Conveniently close to
Nashville International Airport and
Opryland-area attractions, including
the Grand Ole Opry and Opry Mills.
Featuring spacious, affordably
priced rooms. Enjoy a hot, deluxe,
continental breakfast, newspaper
and on-site business services.
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Baymont Inn & Suites Nashville
Airport/Briley, 2350 Elm Hill Pk.,
615-871-0222. Combining hometown
charm with Southern hospitality.
Conveniently located off Interstate
40, just 2 miles from Nashville
International Airport.
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Best Western Plus,
823 Murfreesboro Rd., 901-751-2212,
800-780-7234. Beautiful hotel close
to the airport and downtown with
complimentary breakfast.
BNA Hotel Nashville, 911 Airport
Center Dr., 615-872-0109. Make BNA
Hotel Nashville your choice of hotels
in Nashville for value, convenience
and friendly service with a smile.
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Club Hotel Nashville Inn & Suites,
2435 Atrium Way, 615-883-0500.
Conveniently located in the airport/
Opryland area near the Grand Old

Opry, Opry Mills and top area
attractions. Free hot Southern buffet
breakfast, outdoor pool and much
more.
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Comfort Suites Airport, 2521 Elm
Hill Pk., 615-391-3919. Experience
beautifully modern accommodations,
great rates, over-the-top customer
service and a free hot breakfast
buffet. Remodeled late 2012. See
TripAdvisor.com for guest reviews.
Park/fly service available.
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Country Inn & Suites Airport,
590 Donelson Pk., 615-874-8040.
Conveniently located near the
airport. Business center,
coffeemaker, continental breakfast,
data port, foreign language on staff
(Spanish), hair dryer, high-speed
Internet, iron and board,
newspaper.
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Courtyard by Marriott Airport,
2508 Elm Hill Pk., 615-883-9500.
Spacious guest rooms, including
11 suites featuring king, double or
queen beds with Courtyard’s all-new
and upgraded bedding packages.
The Courtyard Cafe is open daily for
breakfast.
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DoubleTree Suites by Hilton
Nashville Airport, 2424 Atrium Way,
615-889-8889. Home of the warm
chocolate-chip cookie and Sweet
Dreams bed. Visit Opry Mills
shopping and entertainment
complex and the Grand Ole
Opry.
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Drury Inn & Suites Nashville
Airport, 555 Donelson Pk.,
615-902-0400. When you are ready
to relax, make sure to join us for free
evening beverages and snacks from
5:30-7 pm daily in the lobby. Drift off
to sleep on a comfortably plush bed
in your spacious guest room.
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Embassy Suites Airport,
10 Century Blvd., 615-871-0033,
800-EMBASSY. Enjoy all the
wonderful amenities you love in
our beautifully renovated hotel. Our
complimentary full breakfast and
nightly manager’s reception
included each day of your stay.
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615-885-4242. Located right off of
I-40 in the Nashville airport area, less
than eight minutes from downtown
Nashville’s entertainment district
and only a short shuttle ride to the
Nashville International Airport.
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Hilton Garden Inn Airport,
412 Royal Pkwy., 615-884-0088.
Conveniently located just outside
the airport and 8 miles from
downtown. One king or two double
beds, chair with ottoman, large
work desk, two phones, data port,
voicemail, refrigerator, microwave,
coffee maker and more.
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Holiday Inn Express Airport,
1111 Airport Center Dr., 615-883-1366.
Conveniently located off I-40 near
the airport. Enjoy the large glass
atrium with fireplace and many other
amenities. Express breakfast
served daily.
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Holiday Inn Opryland Airport/
Briley Pkwy, 2200 Elm Hill Pk.,
615-883-9770. Minutes from
downtown Nashville and offering
383 tastefully appointed guest
rooms, along with 7,500 square feet
of flexible meeting space.
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Home2 Suites Nashville Airport,
832 Royal Pkwy., 615-874-2280.
Offering the ideal location just
five minutes from the Nashville
International Airport and only a
short distance from many shopping,
dining and entertainment options.
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Homewood Suites Airport,
2640 Elm Hill Pk., 615-884-8111,
800-225-5466. All suites, limitedservice hotel. Suites include kitchens
with full-size refrigerator, stove and
microwave. Rates include hot buffet
breakfast daily and dinner Mon.-Thu.
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Hotel Preston, 733 Briley Pkwy.,
615-361-5900. Offering a full-service,
art-filled experience. Upgraded
accommodations feature luxurious
amenities. Cafe Isabella provides
homemade comfort food, and the
Pink Slip lounge has Nashville
talking. Conveniently located near
the airport, downtown and Opryland.
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Hyatt Place Nashville Airport,
721 Royal Pkwy., 615-493-5200.
Featuring spacious guest rooms,
each with the Hyatt Grand Bed and
a 42-inch, flat-panel HDTV. 24/7 guest
kitchen serving made-to-order snacks
and entrées along with premium
beers and wines.
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Nashville Airport Inn & Suites,
2425 Atrium Way, 615-883-5201.
Providing a comfortable experience
near the Gaylord Opryland® Resort
& Convention Center and the Grand
Ole Opry. Check in anytime with
24-hour front desk service.
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Nashville Airport Marriott,
600 Marriott Dr., 615-872-2995,
888-236-2427. Offering 380 modern
hotel rooms or 12 spacious suites
that reflect the charm of the city.
Amenities include a health club
with state-of-the-art equipment,
indoor/outdoor pool and Champions,
an on-site sports bar certain to be a
favorite hangout.
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Nashville Shores, 4001 Bell Rd.,
615-889-7050. A family-friendly
camper’s paradise featuring 20
lakeside cabins and 84 RV sites just 10
miles from downtown on Percy Priest
Lake.
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Quality Suites, 2615 Elm Hill Pk.,
615-883-0114. This smoke-free hotel
is ideally located 1 mile from the
Nashville International Airport and
is close to many area attractions.
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Radisson Hotel Airport, 1112 Airport
Center Dr., 615-889-9090. This
upscale hotel is ideally situated just
1 mile from the Nashville International
Airport, providing guests with
comfortable accommodations
in a convenient location.
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Residence Inn by Marriott
Nashville Airport, 2300 Elm Hill Pk.,
615-889-8600, 800-331-3131. Perfect
for an extended stay or a short visit to
Nashville. This award-winning hotel is
only five minutes from Music Valley
and 10 minutes from downtown.
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Sheraton Music City Hotel,
777 McGavock Pk., 615-885-2200.
Enjoy a warm, Southern welcome
and experience all the amenities of
this beautiful hotel, then retreat to your
spacious guest room or suite and find
all the comforts of home.
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Springhill Suites by Marriott
Nashville Airport, 1100 Airport
Center Dr., 615-884-6111. Offering
spacious suites, designed with
separate areas for eating, sleeping,
working and relaxing – perfect for
short or extended stays.
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The Hermitage Hotel, 231 Sixth
Ave. N., 615-244-3121. One of only
37 hotels in North America with the
prestigious Mobil Travel Guide
Five-Star rating. It also holds a AAA
Five-Diamond rating and has an
outstanding restaurant.
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Super 8 Hermitage/Nashville
Airport, 1414 Princeton Pl.,
Hermitage, 615-871-4545.
Located just 4 miles from the
Nashville International Airport and
only 12 miles to downtown Nashville,
with easy access to Interstate 40.
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Hilton Garden Inn Nashville
Downtown, 419 Third Ave. S.,
615-550-1270. Located one block
from the Music City Center in the
heart of downtown Nashville. Within
walking distance of the Country
Music Hall of Fame® and Museum,
Bridgestone Arena and LP Field.

TownePlace Suites by Marriott
Nashville Airport, 2700 Elm Hill Pk.,
615-232-3830. Nashville’s newest
place to live like you want when
away from home, with functioning
space for living and working in a
cozy atmosphere.
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Downtown
The Capitol Hotel, 711 Union St.,
615-242-4311. Newly renovated,
including the 100 guest rooms, a bar/
bistro area and breakfast room. This
is an exterior-room property located
in downtown Nashville across from
the Tennessee state offices.
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Clarion Hotel Nashville
Downtown, 211 N. First St.,
615-254-1551. The 180-room hotel
completed a $5 million renovation.
Complimentary hot breakfast. Free
on-site parking, free downtown
shuttle and 6,600 square feet of
meeting space. Competitive rates.
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Courtyard by Marriott Nashville
Downtown, 170 Fourth Ave. N.,
615-256-0900. A stunning, centuryold high-rise set in the heart of the
historic district. Complimentary
high-speed Internet access. 100
percent nonsmoking.
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DoubleTree by Hilton Nashville
– Downtown, 315 Fourth Ave. N.,
615-244-8200, 800-222-8733.
Located 10 miles from the Nashville
International Airport and within
walking distance to the Music City
Center, Ryman Auditorium and
downtown entertainment. The
friendly staff will welcome you
with DoubleTree’s signature warm
chocolate-chip cookie at check-in.
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Hilton Nashville Downtown,
121 Fourth Ave. S., 615-620-1000,
800-HILTONS. The only all-suite, fullservice hotel in downtown Nashville,
celebrated for its unrivaled location in
the center of Music City. Grand atrium
lobby and residential ambiance.
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Holiday Inn Express Downtown,
920 Broadway, 615-244-0150. The
nation’s largest Holiday Inn Express
is located in the heart of Music
City, walking distance from all of
Nashville’s best dining, entertainment
and attractions. Offering 10,000
square feet of meeting space and
free hot breakfast.
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Homewood Suites Nashville
Downtown, 706 Church St.,
615-742-5550, 800-445-8667.
Beautifully restored hotel in historic
downtown Nashville. All 113 suites are
appointed with full kitchens, ceiling
fans in bedrooms and living areas, and
furnished with the comforts of home.
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Hotel INDIGO Nashville
Downtown, 301 Union St.,
615-891-6000, 866-246-3446.
We really do live, work and play in
the neighborhood we call home. It’s
more than a philosophy; it’s who we
are. We go out of our way to make
our neighborhoods easy to discover
and appreciate.
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Hyatt Place Nashville
Downtown, 301 Third Ave. S.,
615-687-9995. Located in the heart
of downtown Nashville, within
walking distance to downtown
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Arena, Ryman Auditorium, Country
Music Hall of Fame® and Museum,
and Schermerhorn Symphony
Center.
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Knights Inn Nashville Downtown,
99 Spring St., 615-259-9160.
Conveniently located off interstates
24 and 65 near LP Field. Offers the best
of the basics.
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A Music City Loft, 162 Fourth Ave. N.,
615-712-9552. Privately owned lofts,
fully furnished. Rates comparable
to nearby hotels, but with all of the
comforts of home. Walking distance
to downtown. One- and twobedroom units available to
accommodate one to six people.
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Omni Nashville Hotel, 250 Fifth
Ave. S., 615-782-5300, 800-788-6664.
Specially created to be an authentic
expression of Nashville’s vibrant
music culture. Across from the Music
City Center, this luxury hotel is a oneof-a-kind experience, fully integrated
with an expansion of the Country
Music Hall of Fame® and Museum on
four levels.
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Printers Alley Lofts, 211 Printers
Alley. Short-term vacation rentals
located in the heart of downtown on
the world-famous Printers Alley. Our
lofts range from one to five bedrooms
with exposed brick walls and
hardwood floors in a historic building.
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Ramada Nashville Downtown,
303 Interstate Dr., 615-244-6690.
Featuring 120 rooms located across
from LP Field. Complimentary hot
breakfast. Famous indoor guitarshaped swimming pool and 1,200
square feet of meeting space. Free
downtown shuttle.
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experience the multimillion-dollar
renovation of our guest rooms and
social spaces. Each of our 474 guest
rooms, including nine executive
suites, is nonsmoking and provides
a panoramic view of the Nashville
skyline and scenic countryside
beyond.
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Stay Alfred Vacation Rentals,
866-232-3864. Your best value for
downtown Nashville vacation rentals!
Try us out and see why we are the
smart choice. Stay Smart. Stay
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Union Station Hotel –
Autograph Collection by Marriott,
1001 Broadway, 615-726-1001. This is
the modern incarnation of Nashville’s
iconic railroad station that originally
opened in 1900. The building was
transformed into a boutique hotel in
1986 and renovated in 2007.
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Westin Nashville, 100 Clark Pl.
Opening winter 2016.
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Green Hills
Courtyard by Marriott Nashville
Green Hills, 3800 Bedford Ave.,
615-298-7700. The new state-of-theart lobby provides greater flexibility
and choices for our guests. Whether
traveling for business or pleasure,
your stay is sure to be more
comfortable, more productive and
more enjoyable than ever before!
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Hampton Inn & Suites Green Hills,
2324 Crestmoor Rd., 615-777-0001.
Boutique-style hotel in the heart of
Green Hills. Rates include breakfast,
parking, fitness center, wireless highspeed Internet, coffee maker, hair dryer,
iron and board, lighted makeup mirror,
newspaper, outdoor pool, Jacuzzi and
welcome reception.
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Renaissance Nashville Hotel,
611 Commerce St., 615-255-8400,
800-327-6618. Experience all that
Music City has to offer within
one distinctive property. The
Renaissance Nashville Hotel is
perfectly positioned. The Music City
Center is only one block away and
many area attractions are within
walking distance.
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The 404 Hotel, 404 12th Ave. S.,
615-242-7404. Offers intimate,
upscale accommodations. Each
of the five rooms is designed with
luxury and sustainability in mind.
“Invisible service” catered to guest’s
individual needs ensures a unique
and exceptional stay.
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Sheraton Nashville Downtown,
623 Union St., 615-259-2000. Come

Fairfield Inn & Suites Nashville
Downtown/The Gulch, 901 Division St.,

The Gulch


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615-690-1740. The exclusive hotel in
The Gulch instilling “confident travel”
for corporate, convention and leisure
travelers. Rooms and suites with
complimentary Wi-Fi and hot
breakfast each morning. Offering
1,097 square feet of meeting space
with views of downtown.
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Metro Center/
North Nashville
Courtyard by Marriott
Goodlettsville, 865 Conference Dr.,
Goodlettsville, 615-851-3000. Come
enjoy our 120-room hotel that serves
breakfast and dinner daily. Relax and
unwind at our indoor pool. At night
you can have a drink at our on-site bar.
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The Inn at Fontanel, 4225 Whites
Creek Pk., 615-876-2357. Formerly
Southern Living magazine’s Idea
House, now a luxury boutique hotel
with five structures connected by
2,700 square feet of deck. During
your stay, enjoy the numerous
options for tours, shopping, dining
and outdoor activities available
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on-site.
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LaQuinta Inn and Suites
Goodlettsville – Nashville,
120 S. Cartwright Ct., Goodlettsville,
615-851-1891. A hotel with 122 rooms and
suites. Rate includes daily hot breakfast
and ultra-fast Internet. The property
went through a $2 million renovation
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in July 2014.
Millennium Maxwell House
Nashville, 2025 Rosa L. Parks Blvd.,
615-259-4343. Enjoy Southern
comfort in the only music-themed
hotel in Nashville, with art, design
and music memorabilia. Offering
free parking, airport shuttle and
complimentary transportation to
downtown Nashville.
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SpringHill Suites by Marriott
Metrocenter, 250 Athens Way,
615-244-5474. Marriott’s new
moderately priced, all-studio suite
brand offers comfortable
accommodations and a convenient
location off Interstate 65 and near
downtown.
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Opryland/Music Valley
Best Western Suites Music Valley,
201 Music City Cir., 615-902-9940.
Conveniently located near the Grand
Ole Opry, Opry Mills mall, General

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Jackson Showboat and the
Gaylord Opryland® Resort &
Convention Center.
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Comfort Inn Opryland, 2516 Music
Valley Dr., 615-889-0086. Located
near Gaylord Opryland® Resort &
Convention Center. Features 121 rooms,
and the nightly rate includes Comfort
Your Morning breakfast, hair dryer,
coffee maker, iron and board, outdoor
pool, and wireless high-speed Internet.
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Courtyard by Marriott at Opryland,
125 Music City Cir., 615-882-9133,
800-228-2800. One mile from Gaylord
Opryland® Resort & Convention
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Days Inn Opryland,
2460 Music Valley Dr., 615-889-0090.
Conveniently located near Gaylord
Opryland® Resort & Convention
Center. Amenities include Day
Break Breakfast, hair dryer, in-room
coffee, iron and board, outdoor
pool, wireless high-speed Internet.
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Fairfield Inn Opryland,
211 Music City Cir., 615-872-8939,
800-228-2800. One mile from
Gaylord Opryland® Resort &
Convention Center!
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Fiddler’s Inn, 2410 Music Valley Dr.,
615-885-1440. Country music lovers
and the Nashville Fiddler’s Inn are
the perfect combination; its downhome charm, cleanliness and great
location in the Opryland area make it
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the place to stay.
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Gaylord Opryland® Resort &
Convention Center, 2800 Opryland
Dr., 615-889-1000, 866-972-6779.
Experience the energy and
excitement at Gaylord Opryland®
Resort & Convention Center, known
for exceptional service, innovative
regional dining options, unique
shopping, golf facilities and on-site
entertainment venues. You won’t
believe what we have under one roof!
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GuestHouse Music Valley,
2420 Music Valley Dr., 615-885-4030.
We have everything to make your
Nashville event a great success.
Convenient to a great selection of
restaurants, shopping and sightseeing
opportunities.
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Hampton Inn & Suites Opryland,
230 Rudy Cir., 615-620-2500.
Featuring 32-inch HDTVs with payper-view, clean and fresh Cloud Nine
bedding, coffee makers, irons, hair
dryers, complimentary high-speed
Internet access, mini-refrigerators
and microwaves in all rooms.
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Holiday Inn Express Hotel
& Suites Nashville Opryland,
2461 McGavock Pk., 615-829-7777.
Spacious rooms featuring 32-inch
HDTVs, Stay Smart bedding,
coffee makers, irons, hair dryers,
complimentary high-speed Internet
access, mini-refrigerators and
microwaves in all rooms.
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Hyatt Place Opryland, 220 Rudy’s
Cir., 615-872-0422, 888-492-8847.

A new kind of hotel that puts style,
innovation and The Hyatt Touch®
within reach. Enjoy a spacious guest
room with a 42-inch, high-definition
television, signature Hyatt Grand Bed
and a plush Cozy Corner oversized
sofa sleeper.
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The Inn at Opryland – A Gaylord
Hotel, 2401 Music Valley Dr.,
615-889-0800. Only 8 miles from
the Nashville International Airport and
adjacent to the Gaylord Opryland®
Resort & Convention Center. The
Opry Backstage Grill features singing
servers and live entertainment nightly.
Newly renovated, full-service hotel.
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Nashville KOA, 2626 Music Valley
Dr., 615-889-0282, 800-562-7789.
Thirteen deluxe cabins that offer all
of the comforts of home and much
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more.
Two Rivers Campground,
2616 Music Valley Dr., 615-883-8559.
A clean, friendly campground close
to all the attractions. If you are
attending a convention or special
event in Nashville, bring your RV
and stay with us.
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Wyndham Nashville,
2415 McGavock Pk., 800-989-6901.
Located 1 mile from the legendary
Grand Ole Opry and the immense
Opry Mills outlet mall, the hotel is
close to many of the city’s most popular
attractions and just a 20-minute drive
to downtown.
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& Convention Center


Calls in the Greater Nashville area require 10-digit dialing.

South Nashville
Four Points by Sheraton NashvilleBrentwood, 760 Old Hickory Blvd.,
Brentwood, 615-964-5500. Enjoy
boutique service, plenty of extras and
the convenience of being just 9 miles
south of Nashville.
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Hampton Inn Brentwood,
5630 Franklin Pike Cir., Brentwood,
615-373-2212. A beautifully appointed
hotel located 10 minutes from
downtown Nashville off Interstate 65
in Brentwood. We are always proud to
serve our guests with comfort and
value, and push the limits of the
already high standards of Hilton
hotels.
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Holiday Inn Express & Suites
Brentwood/Nashville Area,
5566 Franklin Pike Cir.,
Brentwood, 615-221-5001.
Located off I-65 just minutes from
downtown Nashville. Also
convenient to Cool Springs/
Franklin area. Ideal for groups
or families, with stores and
restaurants within walking
distance.
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Hyatt Place Brentwood,
202 Summit View Dr., Brentwood,
615-661-9477, 888-492-8847. Located
just off I-65, only five minutes from
Maryland Farms Business Park and
just 15 minutes south of downtown
Nashville.
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MainStay Suites Brentwood,
107 Brentwood Blvd., Brentwood,
615-371-8477. Nestled in the heart
of Brentwood off Interstate 65.
Located minutes from downtown
Nashville and historic Franklin.
Stay longer for less, offering all
the amenities of home such as
fully equipped kitchens.
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and customized amenities
by Bliss Spa.
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Courtyard by Marriott Vanderbilt/
West End, 1901 West End Ave.,
615-327-9900, 800-245-1959.
Beautiful, limited-service property
with full-service amenities. Large
enough to take care of your business
needs, yet small enough to know
you by name.
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West End/
Vanderbilt/Midtown

Daisy Hill Bed & Breakfast,
2816 Blair Blvd., 615-297-9795,
800-239-1135. Offering three
guest room suites located in the
middle of a beautiful residential
neighborhood. A full hot breakfast
is served each morning by
innkeepers on-site.
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Aloft Nashville West End,
1719 West End Ave., 615-329-4200.
A sassy, savvy space offering
intelligent design, accessible
technology and a social
atmosphere of comfort and
convenience. Featuring 139 loftinspired rooms with Signature
bedding, an oversized spa shower

Embassy
Suites
Vanderbilt,
1811
Broadway,
615-320-8899.
Conveniently located in the heart
of Music Row in Midtown, less than
2 miles from downtown Nashville and

The Holiday Inn Express Nashville Airport is close to
area attractions and just one mile from the airport.
Guests will enjoy our spacious rooms, free shuttle
within a two-mile radius, complimentary breakfast
buffet and free high-speed wireless Internet access.

76709

1111 Airport Center Dr. • Nashville, TN 37214
(615) 883-1366 • (800) HOLIDAY • www.hiexpress.com/bna-airport

Welcome to a different
place®. Located in the heart
of downtown Nashville,
within walking distance to
the dining and entertainment
district, including Bridgestone
Arena, Ryman Auditorium,
76720
and Country Music Hall of
Fame® and Museum. Enjoy
complimentary Wi-Fi and breakfast.

301 3rd Ave. S. • Nashville, TN 37201
(615) 687-9995 • http://nashvilledowntown.place.hyatt.com
Live Music

Lodging
within walking distance of a variety
of restaurants.
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Extended Stay America –
Vanderbilt, 3311 West End Ave.,
615-373-4272, 800-804-3724.
Each comfortable suite includes
lots of room to relax, a fully equipped
kitchen, plenty of workspace,
Wi-Fi Internet access, weekly
housekeeping, on-site guest laundry
facilities and pet-friendly rooms.
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Hampton Inn & Suites Vanderbilt
Elliston Place, 2330 Elliston Pl.,
615-320-6060, 888-880-5395. This
is the right choice for enjoying all
Nashville has to offer!
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Hampton Inn Vanderbilt West End,
1919 West End Ave., 615-329-1144,
888-880-5394. The place to stay to
experience West End in Nashville.
An entire renovation of the hotel was
completed in 2011.
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Hilton Garden Inn Vanderbilt,
1715 Broadway, 615-369-5900.

Situated in the vibrant Vanderbilt
neighborhood, you are in easy
reach of some of the area’s
best entertainment venues,
as well as Vanderbilt University,
the Ryman Auditorium and
Bridgestone Arena.
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Hutton Hotel, 1808 West End Ave.,
615-340-9333. Redefining Southern
luxury with unparalleled service
and elegant, contemporary design.
Nashville’s only four-star property,
in an ideal Midtown location.
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Holiday Inn Vanderbilt,
2613 West End Ave., 615-327-4707.
Adjacent to Vanderbilt University
and stadium. Minutes from shopping,
restaurants and The Parthenon, and
only 1 mile from downtown Nashville.
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Loews Vanderbilt Hotel, 2100 West
End Ave., 615-320-1700, 800-3363335. Your home base in Music City,
where legendary Loews service
meets true Southern hospitality.
Awarded the AAA Four-Diamond
designation for 28 consecutive
years and prevails as the choice
hotel in Nashville.
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Home2 Suites by Hilton Nashville
Vanderbilt, 1800 Division St.,
615-254-2170. Whether you’re here
for a short-term or extended stay,
corporate housing or a visit to the
local campus, this hotel is perfectly
suited to your needs.
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Homewood Suites Nashville
Vanderbilt, 2400 West End Ave.,
615-340-8000. A premier allsuites hotel across the street from
Vanderbilt University. Rate includes
full breakfast, Internet and dinner
reception.
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Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt
University, 2555 West End Ave.,
615-321-1300. Features 301 hotel
rooms, six suites and 11,000 square
feet of event space. Perfect for
meetings, social gatherings, family
travel or weekend escapes, our
exquisite location makes us the
leading choice in Nashville West
End hotels.
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Residence Inn Nashville
Vanderbilt/West End,
1800 West End Ave., 615-988-9920.

76817

• Free Breakfast and High-Speed Internet
• In the Heart of Downtown Nashville

310 4th Ave. S. • Nashville, TN 37201 • (615) 277-5000
Fax: (615) 564-1700 • www.hamptonnashvilledowntown.com

The largest Holiday
Inn Express in the
nation is delighted
to welcome you to
downtown Nashville.
This recently renovated
hotel is located on Broadway and just steps from
legendary honky tonks, where country music legends
continue to be discovered.

76710

920 Broadway • Nashville, TN 37203
615.244.0150 • 877.443.7829 • www.hiexndt.com
Calls in the Greater Nashville area require 10-digit dialing.

Extended-stay upscale brand of
Marriott uniquely developed with a
SpringHill Suites in the same building
on West End.
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Scarritt-Bennett Center,
1008 19th Ave. S., 615-340-7500,
866-420-5486. Unique, affordable
dorm-style lodging rooms on a
historic former college campus
turned retreat and conference
center. Gothic-style architecture
and peaceful grounds.
Complimentary parking. Walking
distance to Vanderbilt, Music Row
and restaurants. Groups and
individuals welcome.
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SpringHill Suites Nashville
Vanderbilt/West End, 1800 West
End Ave., 615-988-9930. An all-suites
lifestyle brand in a unique dualbranded hotel with a Residence Inn.
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West Nashville
Comfort Inn West, 412 White Bridge
Pl., 615-356-0888. Enjoy spacious
accommodations in the heart of
Music City. Featuring 65 guest
rooms and five luxurious suites,
this is the perfect spot to unwind
after exploring the exciting sights
and attractions in Nashville.
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Hampton Inn Bellevue, 7815 Coley
Davis Rd., 615-662-3133. Relax
in our beautiful hotel located on
I-40, minutes from downtown
Nashville, Belle Meade, Green
Hills, Cheekwood and Percy
Warner Golf Course.
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Holiday Inn Express Nashville
Lenox, 5612 Lenox Ave.,
615-353-0700. Spacious rooms
featuring 32-inch HDTVs, Stay Smart
bedding, coffee makers, irons, hair
dryers, complimentary high-speed
Internet access, mini-refrigerators and
microwaves in all rooms.
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Super 8 Nashville West,
6924 Charlotte Pk., 615-356-6005.
Located in the west Nashville area
on Interstate 40, just 7 miles from
downtown Nashville.
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SellMyTimeshareNow,
603-516-0200. Timeshare units,
located in such resorts as Wyndham
Nashville, feature homey qualities
like full-sized kitchens and washer/
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Outside
Davidson County
Butterfly Meadows Inn & Farm,
6775 Bethesda Arno Rd., Franklin,
615-671-4594, 877-671-4594.
Experience Nashville like your
favorite stars! Minutes from
Nashville, we offer a quintessential
Middle Tennessee experience
with fabulous ridgetop views and
peaceful surroundings. Did we
mention the scrumptious breakfast?
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Condos in Cool Springs,
P.O. Box 2588, Brentwood,
615-445-6516. We offer threeand four-bedroom, fully furnished,
all-inclusive corporate housing in
the Cool Springs area.
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Embassy Suites Nashville
South – Cool Springs,
820 Crescent Centre Dr., Franklin,
615-515-5151. Located in the heart
of Cool Springs Corporate Center
in Franklin, home of Nissan North
America headquarters, Healthways,
Community Health Services,
Mars Petcare and numerous
corporate offices.
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Hampton Inn & Suites Franklin,
7141 S. Springs Dr., Franklin,
615-771-7225. Next door to the
CoolSprings Galleria mall, and
we have a popular sports bar
and grill directly off of our
driveway for your convenience.
We are just a few miles from
historic downtown Franklin.
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Hilton Brentwood/Nashville
Suites, 9000 Overlook Blvd.,
Brentwood, 615-370-0111.
Unwind with a carefree Tennessee
stay. Located just 8 miles south of
downtown Nashville, this Brentwood
hotel is nestled within the rolling
hills of Williamson County.
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Hilton Garden Inn Nashville/
Franklin Cool Springs,
9150 Carothers Pkwy., Franklin,
615-656-2700. Experience a carefree
stay and discover a choice of helpful
amenities designed to ensure
comfort and convenience.
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Holiday Inn Express & Suites
Mt. Juliet, 565 S. Mt. Juliet Rd.,
Mt. Juliet, 615-553-5200. Our
spacious guest rooms and luxury
suites are beyond exceptional
in decor and privacy, and have
everything you expect from an
informatively designed hotel.
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Holiday Inn Express & Suites –
Smyrna, 2565 Highwood Blvd.,
Smyrna, 615-893-9992. You’re
invited to be our hotel’s guest in
Smyrna! Situated at Exit 66A on
I-24, our location near Murfreesboro
and Nashville provides easy access
to a variety of attractions.
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Hyatt Place Franklin, 650 Bakers
Bridge Ave., Franklin, 615-771-8900.
Complimentary hot breakfast, free
wireless Internet, 24-hour food and
on-site Starbucks. Shuttle service
around the area. Conveniently
located close to the CoolSprings
Galleria mall and just a few miles
from historic downtown Franklin.
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Loretta Lynn’s Ranch, 8000 Hwy.
13 S., Hurricane Mills, 931-296-7700.
Situated just an hour outside of
Nashville in the beautiful countryside,
the ranch offers a full-service RV
park, primitive camping, outdoor
pool, canoeing and paddleboats,
wrangler camp and fishing.
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The Sewanee Inn, 1235 University
Ave., Sewanee, 931-598-3568,
855-494-4466. Welcoming you
as you enter the campus of The
University of the South, The
Sewanee Inn is a 43-room
boutique hotel boasting
beautifully appointed guest
rooms, 8,000+ square feet of
event space and two dining
options.
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TownePlace Suites by
Marriott Franklin/Cool Springs,
7153 S. Springs Dr., Franklin,
615-861-1111. An extended-stay
hotel where you can balance work
and life as you like with the comfort,
flexibility and affordability you
require.
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Live Music

NOWPLAYINGNASHVILLE.COM
This website, sponsored by The
Community Foundation of Middle
Tennessee, offers a calendar for
Nashville, including sports, arts,
music, festivals, dance, family
activities and free events.
Exclusive ticket discounts, too.
nowplayingnashville.com

EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
Call ahead to confirm dates
and times.

Ascend Amphitheater,
Downtown Nashville. Featuring
today’s greatest musical acts,
including Eric Church, ZZ Top
and Lynyrd Skynyrd. The new
amphitheater will also be the
summer home to the Grammy ® winning Nashville Symphony. Go to
website for ticketing and schedule.
ascendamphitheater.com

First Saturday Art Crawl presented
by 5th Avenue of the Arts,
Downtown Nashville. A free
monthly visual arts event in
Nashville’s historic entertainment
district. An alliance of art galleries
and museums invite the public to
explore the vibrant downtown art
scene. The event offers a chance to
meet the artists, live performances
and culinary offerings.
5thavenueofthearts.com

Grand Ole Opry,

Grand Ole
Opry House, (800) See-Opry.
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 with a mix of country
legends and the contemporary
chart-toppers who have followed
in their footsteps. opry.com

Metro Parks Festivals & Special
Events, All Metro area parks,
615-862-8424. Free concerts,
events and performances for all
audiences occur year round
across the city’s beautiful park
system. Call for schedules.
nashville.gov/parks

Nashville Children’s Theatre,
Nashville Children’s Theatre,
615-252-9103. Nashville Children’s
Theatre provides live professional
theater productions for families
throughout the year. nashvillect.org



Nashville Repertory Theatre,
615-244-4878. A critically
acclaimed regional theater delivering
thought-provoking productions that
inspire empathy, prod intellectual and
emotional engagement, and expand
the creative capacity of audience
and artists. nashvillerep.org

Nashville Symphony,

Schermerhorn
Symphony Center, 615-687-6400.
The GRAMMY® Award-winning
Nashville Symphony offers more
than 140 concerts each season,
ranging from classical to pops to
jazz, as well as a host of special
events. nashvillesymphony.org

Tennessee Performing Arts Center,
615-782-4000. TPAC presents a series
of Broadway shows and special
engagements and is home to the
Nashville Ballet, Nashville Opera and
Nashville Repertory Theatre. tpac.org.

NOW THROUGH AUGUST 31
Ronnie Milsap: A Legend in My Time,
Country Music Hall of Fame® and
Museum, 615-416-2001. This exhibit
examines the 2014 Country Music
Hall of Fame member’s career. One
of the genre’s most consistent and
enduring artists, Milsap emerged
in the 1970s and went on to score
35 Billboard No. 1 country hits,
win six Grammys and register
major crossover hits on the Top 40,
adult contemporary and even R&B
charts. countrymusichalloffame.org

NOW THROUGH SEPTEMBER 7
Italian Style: Fashion Since 1945,
Frist Center for the Visual Arts,
615-244-3340. The show chronicles
the birth and growth of the Italian
fashion industry from the post-World
War II recovery years to the present
day. This comprehensive exhibition
explores the development of both
womens- and menswear and
highlights key designers and the
outstanding techniques, materials
and expertise for which Italy has
become renowned. fristcenter.org

NOW THROUGH OCTOBER
Musicians Corner, Centennial Park.
Musicians Corner presents free
family-friendly lawn parties featuring
live music of various genres and
more on Saturdays in May, June,
September and October.
musicianscornernashville.com

NOW THROUGH OCTOBER 30
Michelangelo: Sacred and Profane,
Masterpiece Drawings from the
Casa Buonarroti, Frist Center for
the Visual Arts, 615-244-3340. An
intimate view into the hand and mind
of Michelangelo Buonarroti, one of
the greatest masters in the history of
Western art. A careful selection of
drawings attests to the versatile
artist’s activities as a sculptor,
painter, poet, architect and military
engineer. Exhibition highlights
include a large and deeply moving
Madonna and Child and several
studies related to Michelangelo’s
ambitious but unrealized project for
the façade of San Lorenzo in
Florence, the Medici family burial
church. fristcenter.org

NOW THROUGH NOVEMBER 1
Jaume Plensa: Human Landscape,
Cheekwood Botanical Garden and
Museum of Art, 615-356-8000.
Experience the dramatic sculptures
of internationally acclaimed Spanish
artist Jaume Plensa in the debut of
Human Landscape. The New York
Times calls Plensa “one of the
world’s most celebrated artists, best
known for wondrously monumental
figurative sculptures that can be seen
from Calgary to Dubai.” The exhibit
will feature nine outdoor sculptures
and an indoor exhibition of additional
Plensa works. cheekwood.org

NOW THROUGH NOVEMBER 8
Luke Bryan: Dirt Road Diary, Country
Music Hall of Fame® and Museum,
615-416-2001. Luke Bryan: Dirt
Road Diary spotlights the country
star’s meteoric career arc, from his
roots in south Georgia, growing up
the son of a peanut farmer, to his
poignant, leap-of-faith move to
Nashville, where he initially saw
success as a hit songwriter for other
artists before becoming one of the
new century’s country superstars.
countrymusichalloffame.org

NOW THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2016
Dylan, Cash, and the Nashville Cats:
A New Music City, Country Music
Hall of Fame® and Museum,
615-416-2001. This exhibit looks
at the Nashville music scene in the
late 1960s and early 1970s. Bob
Dylan bucked executives at his
record label and surprised his fans
when he came to Nashville in 1966
to record his classic album Blonde

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on Blonde. Dylan’s embrace of
Nashville and its musicians – the
Nashville Cats – inspired many other
artists, among them Neil Young, Joan
Baez, Paul McCartney and Leonard
Cohen, to follow him to Music City.
countrymusichalloffame.org

JUNE-JULY
Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman,
Ryman Auditorium, 615-889-3060.
Experience the best in bluegrass
from the very stage where bluegrass
was born. Shows are held June
through July. ryman.com

JULY 4
Music City July 4th: “Let Freedom
Sing!”, Downtown Music City,
800-657-6910. Hailed as one
of the best fireworks displays in
the nation, this annual event is
Nashville’s largest one-day party,
attracting more than 150,000 revelers.
Live music, family activities, food
vendors and fireworks will help you
celebrate America’s birthday in style.
Free. visitmusiccity.com

A Presidential Fourth, Andrew
Jackson’s Hermitage 615-889-2941.
Family activities celebrate our nation’s
history and include living history,
games, historic trade demonstrations,
music and more. All activities are free
with the purchase of regular admission.
thehermitage.com/events

Music City Hot Chicken Festival,
East Park, 615-219-9590. Begin your
July 4th celebration with a Nashville
culinary tradition – hot chicken!
This free event features the Nashville
favorite, an amateur cooking
competition, inflatable fun for the kids,
a Yazoo Brewery beer garden and,
of course, live music.
musiccityhotchickenfestival.com

Franklin on the Fourth,

Historic
Downtown Franklin, 615-243-7796.
The square will be bustling with
music, children’s activities, food,
crafts and more. There’s also a craft
vendor section featuring high-quality
handmade items and a children’s
parade. franklinlionsclub.com

JULY 10
Red, White and Zoo, Nashville Zoo,
615-833-1534. Come taste wines
from around the world at this evening
event at the zoo. nashvillezoo.org

JULY 11
NAMM’s Music Industry Day,

AUGUST
Culture Fest, Throughout Music

Music City Center. NAMM opens its
doors to musicians, audio and touring
pros and all those who love music from
Music City and beyond. Meet with the
people who are shaping the future of
music products and networking with
peers. Demo the latest instruments,
tune into live music and attend
workshops designed specifically for
musicians and people in the music
business.  namm.org/musicindustryday

City, 615-327-5409. Audiences
are invited to explore, examine and
engage in the art and culture of the
African Diaspora through music,
theater, dance, film, visual arts,
literature and humanities
programming. culturefest.net

JULY 24-25
Bluegrass Along the Harpeth,
Historic Downtown Franklin,
615-790-8616. Food, music and
lots of dancin’ will take place in
Franklin’s Town Square! The free
festival showcases bluegrass
musicians competing from all over
the country and features traditional
bluegrass instruments, and buckdancing and freestyle clog dancing.
bluegrassalongtheharpeth.com

JULY 25
Ice Day, Nashville Zoo, 615-833-1534.
With the temperature at its peak, the
zoo transforms into a flurry of frosty
fun with ice-cream eating contests,
inflatable water slides and ice treats
for the animals. nashvillezoo.org

14th Annual Mafiaoza’s Music City
Brewer’s Festival, Walk of Fame
Park. Taking place in two sessions,
afternoon and evening, guests will
sample brews from local, regional
and international breweries while
enjoying live music.
musiccitybrewersfest.com

Vintage Baseball,

Andrew Jackson’s
Hermitage 615-889-2941. Join
us for America’s favorite pastime!
Experience baseball the way it started –
teams in vintage uniform will be playing
on the lawn at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
Free with admission; food available for
purchase. thehermitage.com/events

JULY 26
Carnton Sunset Concert Series,
The Battle of Franklin Trust. Carnton
Plantation serves as a unique venue
for friends and families to enjoy the
area’s most talented musicians. Food
and beverages will be available for
purchase, and picnic dinners are
welcome. Tickets available in
advance or at the door. www.boft.org

AUGUST-SEPTEMBER
Live on the Green, Public Square
Park, 615-242-5600. Live on the
Green is a free public music series
presented by Lightning 100.1 FM that
has the best of what’s happening
in independent music. Great music,
food, a craft beer tent and a fun kids’
area are all on tap. liveonthegreen.net

AUGUST 7-8
Tomato Art Fest, East Nashville,
615-226-2070. Celebrate all things
tomato in historic East Nashville’s Five
Points. This event brings together
great art, good music, delectable food
and a barrel of fun, making the
sweltering days of August just a little
more bearable. tomatoartfest.com

AUGUST 13-SEPTEMBER 13
Shakespeare in the Park,
Centennial Park, 615-255-2273.
Since 1988, The Nashville
Shakespeare Festival has presented
professional theater under the stars at
no charge to the public. Always familyand dog-friendly, Shakespeare in the
Park will run Thursday through
Sunday evenings. Picnics are
welcome, and food is available
on site. nashvilleshakes.org

AUGUST 24-30
Nashville Restaurant Week,
Throughout Music City. Nearly
60 locally owned, locally loved
Middle Tennessee restaurants offer
weeklong special menu items and
great deals! nashvilleoriginals.com

AUGUST 28-29
Music City Festival & BBQ
Championship, Riverfront Park.
This two-day festival offers a
barbecue championship competition
with professional and amateur
barbecue teams, the Cool Cars and
Hot Bike competition, a biergarten,
a corn hole tournament and a kids
zone. musiccitybbqfestival.com

AUGUST 30
Carnton Sunset Concert Series,

SEPTEMBER 18-20
Home Decorating & Remodeling Show,

The Battle of Franklin Trust.
Enjoy talented musicians, food
and beverages. Picnic dinners
are welcome. boft.org

Music City Center, 800-343-8344.
Affords the ultimate opportunity for
product and price-comparison
shopping. The show features unique
merchandise, numerous show
specials and many free drawings.
nashvillehomeshow.com

SEPTEMBER
13th Annual Wine on the River,
John Seigenthaler Pedestrian
Bridge. Sample wine, beer and food
from 10 different regions spanning
the globe, while enjoying live music
and views of downtown Nashville.
wineontheriver.com

Nashville Greek Festival,
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church,
615-333-1047. The Nashville Greek
Festival offers savory cuisine,
soulful music, lively dancing
and educational tours.
nashvillegreekfestival.com

SEPTEMBER 19-OCTOBER 31
Cheekwood Harvest, Cheekwood
Botanical Garden and Museum of
Art, 615-356-8000. Celebrate the
season’s changes as you wander
through the gardens and find
scarecrows hidden among the trails.
Take home your favorite pumpkin
and see a breathtaking assortment
of flowers. cheekwood.org

SEPTEMBER 20-21
Music City Food + Wine Festival,

Jackson’s Hermitage, 615-889-2941.
Enjoy a ghostly 90-minute tour of
The Hermitage mansion, Rachel and
Andrew’s tomb, and the First Hermitage
cabin. thehermitage.com/events

Various venues. For two delectable
days, the nation’s top chefs, and wine,
spirit and beer purveyors joined the
region’s epicurean heroes to entice
senses with local farm and restaurant
showcases and demonstrations, all to
the soundtrack of great live music.
musiccityeats.com

SEPTEMBER 6
John Merritt Classic, Tennessee

SEPTEMBER 25-27
Harvest Days, Nashville Zoo,

SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER
Evening Lantern Tours, Andrew

State University, 615-963-5000.
The John Merritt Classic honors the
legendary TSU football coach who
led the Tigers from 1963-1983. The
festivities include the TSU football
season opener and other special
activities. merrittclassic.com

SEPTEMBER 11-20
Tennessee State Fair,
The Fairgrounds Nashville,
615-852-8997. Tennessee’s 108th
State Fair emphasizes agriculture
and youth, heritage and future,
all in an educational and entertaining
atmosphere with traditional carnival
rides. tnstatefair.org

SEPTEMBER 15-20
Americana Music Festival &
Conference, Throughout Music City,
615-386-6936. The annual festival
joins legendary artists with upcoming
stars, industry professionals and
fans and features panels, seminars,
showcases, parties and the Annual
Americana Honors & Awards Show.
americanamusic.org

615-833-1534. Explore what
Grassmere was like before giraffes
and elephants roamed the land.
Nineteenth-century artisans will
demonstrate the era’s trades. Other
activities include a Civil War display,
animal presentations, storytelling
and musicians. nashvillezoo.org

SEPTEMBER 26-28
37th Annual Tennessee Craft Fall Fair,
Centennial Park, 615-736-7600.
More than 200 artists from across
the country gather to display and sell
quality, handmade work at the juried
fair. Live demonstrations, food and
family-friendly activities, too.
tennesseecraft.org

OCTOBER
Artober Nashville, Throughout
Music City, 615-862-6720. Artober
Nashville is a monthlong celebration
of the arts in Music City, which
includes hundreds of events in
visual and performing arts,
music, craft, film and more.
artobernashville.com

International Black Film Festival of
Nashville, Throughout Music City,
615-255.4000. Featuring the best of
black filmmakers, actors, composers,
screenwriters, directors and other film
industry professionals.
Ibffnashville.com

OCTOBER 1
Sunset Safari, Nashville Zoo,
615-833-1534. A host of animals,
live entertainment and exotic
culinary fare welcome you to the
zoo’s premier fundraiser. Travel
the zoo’s wild terrain, uncovering
delectable treats and exotic drink
concoctions from the city’s top
restaurants, caterers and beverage
purveyors. nashvillezoo.org

OCTOBER 3
Celebrate Nashville Cultural Festival,
Centennial Park, 615-955-0881.
Presented by Nashville Metro Parks,
this free multicultural festival
celebrates the diversity of Nashville
with more than 55 music and dance
performances on five different
stages, plus more than 40 area
cultures. celebratenashville.org

OCTOBER 3-4
Fall Fest at The Hermitage, Andrew
Jackson’s Hermitage, 615-889-2941
Enjoy a weekend of music, food, art
and history. The festival offers live
music, specialty foods and spirits
from local artisans, and handmade
fine arts and crafts from regional
artists. thehermitage.com/events

OCTOBER 9-11
36th Annual Oktoberfest
Celebration, Historic Germantown,
615-818-3959. The city’s longestrunning cultural festival features
traditional German revelry. The
festival attracts more than 30,000,
and was named the nation’s 12th
largest single-day Oktoberfest event.
nashvilleoktoberfest.com

Southern Festival of Books: A
Celebration of the Written Word,
War Memorial Plaza, 615-770-0006.
This free event offers readers and
writers an opportunity to interact at a
festival that promotes and celebrates
the joy of reading and of lifelong
learning with approximately 250 of the
nation’s and region’s most prominent
authors. humanitiestennessee.org

events
OCTOBER 10
Free Day of Music, Schermerhorn
Symphony Center, 615-687-6400.
This daylong celebration offers more
than 20 free performances throughout
the Nashville Symphony’s concert
hall. The public is invited to tour the
building and enjoy music on multiple
stages. nashvillesymphony.org

OCTOBER 16-18, 23-25, 29-30
Boo at the Zoo, Nashville Zoo,
615-833-1534. Elephants, zebras
and giraffes are always at the Nashville
Zoo, but goblins, mummies and
monsters can be spotted at Nashville’s
largest Halloween celebration.
Activities include themed treat stations,
haunted hayrides, animal shows,
games and more. nashvillezoo.org

OCTOBER 24
Haunted Museum, Tennessee State
Museum, 800-407-4324. Features a
“ghost trail” through the museum with
chilling ghost stories from Tennessee’s
past, including those of the Bell Witch,
John Murrell’s thumb and other
harrowing tales. tnmuseum.org

El Dia de los Muertos, Cheekwood
Botanical Garden and Museum of
Art, 615-356-8000. The popular
Latin American family celebration
includes live performances, a
Mexican marketplace and interactive
art activities. cheekwood.org

Hauntings at The Hermitage,
Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage
615-889-2941. Celebrate the season
with haunted hayrides, presidential
trick-or-treating, ghost stories, music,
food, games and activities for kids.
thehermitage.com/events

NOVEMBER
The 49th Annual CMA Awards,
Bridgestone Arena, 800-745-3000.
Join the country music industry and
your favorite stars as they announce
CMA Award-winners on “Country
Music’s Biggest Night” live from
Nashville. cmaworld.com

CMA Country Christmas,
Bridgestone Arena, 800-745-3000.
Enjoy the magic of the holiday
season with your favorite country
stars as CMA Country Christmas
tapes at Bridgestone Arena and airs
later in the holiday season on ABC.
cmachristmas.com

NOVEMBER 6-7
Blue & Gray Days, The Battle
of Franklin Trust. Meet Civil War
reenactors and get hands-on
experience with cloths, trades,
and weapons of the past.
Admission. boft.org

NOVEMBER 7
Wine Down Main Street, Historic
Downtown Franklin. More than
40 shops will offer wines to sample
from around the world. All proceeds
benefit the Boys & Girls Club of
Franklin/Williamson County.
winedownmainstreet.com

NOVEMBER 13-15
Christmas Village, The Fairgrounds
Nashville, 615-256-2726. Celebrating
its 55th year, Christmas Village is one of
the most highly anticipated shopping
events of the fall with more than 250
merchants. christmasvillage.org

NOVEMBER 20-JANUARY 2, 2016
A Country Christmas, Gaylord
Opryland® Resort, 615-871-6169.
This popular Nashville tradition
features 2 million holiday lights, acres
of stunning decorations, multiple live
shows, snow tubing, ice skating and
attractions like ICE!, which features
2 million pounds of ice sculptures.
christmasatgaylordopryland.com

THANKSGIVING-NEW YEAR’S EVE
Holiday Harmony, 800-657-6910.
Nashville has your ticket to Holiday
Harmony, bringing together the best
of entertainment – from club shows
to extravaganzas – sports and fine
art. visitmusiccity.com

NOVEMBER 27-JANUARY 3, 2016
Holiday LIGHTS, Cheekwood
Botanical Garden and Museum of
Art, 615-356-8000. For the first time
ever, the grounds will be aglow with
elegant displays, dazzling views and
hundreds of thousands of festive,
twinkling lights. cheekwood.org

NOVEMBER 30
151st Anniversary of the Battle of
Franklin and Annual Illumination,

The Battle of Franklin Trust,
615-794-0903. To commemorate the
anniversary of the Battle of Franklin,
10,000 luminaries, representing the
casualties of the battle, will be lit at
dusk. Free. boft.org

DECEMBER
Music City Bowl, LP Field,
615-743-3130. The Franklin
American Mortgage Music City Bowl
is an annual post-season collegiate
bowl featuring the Atlantic Coast and
Southeastern conferences. Televised
nationally to millions of viewers and
listeners on ESPN and Nevada
Sports Radio Network, the bowl
is Nashville’s holiday tradition.
musicitybowl.com

Evening Holiday Tours,
Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage,
615-889-2941 Celebrate the
holidays with an evening tour of the
mansion. Experience 19th-century
Christmas traditions and learn how
the Jackson family celebrated the
holidays. thehermitage.com/events

DECEMBER 12-13
Dickens of a Christmas, Historic
Downtown Franklin, 615-591-8500.
Travel back in time as downtown is
transformed into scenes from Charles
Dickens’ A Christmas Carol with more
than 250 costumed characters, street
performers, Victorian food, horsedrawn carriage rides, and an arts and
crafts bazaar. historicfranklin.com

DECEMBER 17-20
Handel’s Messiah, Schermerhorn
Symphony Center, 615-687-6400.
The Nashville Symphony and Chorus
ring in the holiday season with their
annual performances of Handel’s
inspiring oratorio Messiah.
nashvillesymphony.org

DECEMBER 31
Jack Daniel’s® Music City New
Year’s Eve Bash on Broadway,
Downtown Nashville, 800-657-6910.
Ring in the New Year in true Music City
style. Enjoy a free, downtown concert
and New Year’s Eve celebration along
Broadway, including an exciting
fireworks display and an impressive
100-foot Music Note Drop® to help
count down to the New Year!
visitmusiccity.com

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Airlines

Ride-Share

AB Jets, 801 Hangar Ln.,
615-953-9530, 888-520-JETS (5387).
Nashville’s full-service aircraft and
management company. With 24-hour
operations, clients can utilize the
fleet of aircraft at any time ensuring
discerning customers convenience,
confidentiality and personal
attention. ABj​ets​.co​m

Lyft, Inc., 855-865-9553. Lyft is your
friend with a car. With the tap of a
button, passengers in need of a ride
are instantly connected to nearby
drivers. lyf​t.c​om

Air Canada, 888-247-2262.
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American Airlines/American
Eagle/American Connection,
800-433-7300. aa.​com
Delta Air Lines/Delta Connection,
800-221-1212. del​ta.​com
Frontier Airlines, 800-432-1359.
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Southwest Airlines, 800-435-9792.
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US Airways Express,
800-428-4322. usa​ir.​com
United Express Airlines,
800-241-6522. ual​.co​m

Bus Service
Nashville MTA, 430 Myatt Dr.,
615-862-5950. Offering more than
46 bus routes and related services
that connect to all major corridors,
businesses and tourist attractions.
Visit the website for details about
all our services. nas​hvi​lle​mta​.or​g
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Car Rental
Alamo Rent A Car, 1 Terminal Dr.,
800-462-5266. Rental vehicle
partner with locations at most major
airports. Visit the website to become
an Alamo Insider and receive
special discounts. ala​mo.​com
Enterprise Rent A Car,
1 Terminal Dr., 800-736-8227. Rental
car partner with locations at most
major airports, as well as multiple
off-airport locations. The perfect
rental car company for a visit to
Nashville or for multiple vehicles
for a special event. ent​erp​ris​e.c​om
National Car Rental,
1 Terminal Dr., 877-222-9058. Car
rental partner with locations at most
major airports. Recognized as a
business traveler favorite national
|car rental. Features one-of-a-kind
Emerald Club service.
nat​ion​alc​ar.​com

Uber, [email protected]
An app that connects you with a
driver at the tap of a button. Request
a sedan ride anytime. Payment is
cashless (no need to tip!). ube​r.c​om

Sightseeing Tours
Echoes of Nashville Walking
Tours, Fifth & Broadway,
615-576-0804. Take a walk with
us and discover the real Music City.
Tours include Lower Broadway, the
Ryman Auditorium, Civil War sites,
historic photos and more. Give us 90
minutes and we’ll make you a local!
ech​oes​ofn​ash​vil​le.​com
Franklin on Foot,
400 Maplewood Dr., Franklin,
615-400-3808. Experience historic
Franklin’s beauty, charm and history
on walking, biking and food tours by
our enthusiastic, knowledgeable
guides. Popular ghost tours are
available most nights, others by
reservation. Minutes from Nashville.
fra​nkl​ino​nfo​ot.​com
Gray Line of Tennessee,
186 N. First St., 615-883-5555,
800-251-1864. Experience Music
City with the experts on Nashville’s
No. 1 sightseeing tours. Tour options
include city tours, stars’ homes,
historic plantations, Civil War sites,
Jack Daniel Distillery and filming
sites of ABC’s hit drama Nashville.
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Green Fleet Bicycle Tours,
132 Second Ave. S., 615-379-8687.
See Nashville by bicycle! Guided
tours start from the Bicycle Bus in
the heart of downtown, and cruise
the sights between midtown and
downtown. gre​enf​lee​tbi​kes​.co​m
Hick Chick Tours, P.O. Box 330764,
615-838-7105. Providing a variety of
tour options, including the Honky
Tonk Pub Crawl and the Nashville
Comedy Tour. Availability is limited
and reservations are required.
hic​kch​ick​tou​rs.​com
Historic Tours of Nashville,
4408 Wyoming Ave., 615-406-8939.
Private tours for small groups of
three to six persons concentrating
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War sites, hosted by longtime
Nashville resident and historian
Jim Hardaway.
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iRide Nashville, 330 Commerce St.,
615-244-0555. With our unique GEM
cars, you can tour and take in the
sights and sounds of Nashville!
We’ll take you to some of the popular
landmarks and hidden gems.
iri​den​ash​vil​le.​com
Joyride Nashville, 507 Second Ave. S.,
615-285-9835. Open-air electric and
gas, low-speed vehicles for touring
and shuttle services in and around
the downtown, Germantown, 12South
and Vanderbilt areas. The most
efficient and unique way to see
Nashville! joy​rid​ell​c.c​om
Local Tastes of Nashville, Tour
starts at the Nashville Farmers’
Market, 615-476-7076. A walking
food tour with a taste of history in the
historic Germantown area of north
Nashville. loc​alt​ast​eso​fna​shv​ill​e.c​om
Music City Brew Tours, Music City
Center at Sixth Ave., 615-485-1816.
Four-hour craft-brewery tour with
knowledgeable and experienced
craft-brew lovers at local craft
breweries, taprooms and/or
brewpubs. Learn about the history
of beer and brewing in Nashville.
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The Music City Rollin’ Jamboree,
P.O. Box 68381, 615-430-3109.
A one-of-a-kind “rolling” sightseeing
tour full of country music, comedy
and the occasional special guest.
Passengers are treated to a
hilarious journey throughout
areas of downtown and Music Row. 
mus​icc​ity​rol​lin​jam​bor​ee.​com
Music City Trolley Hop, 108 First
Ave. S., Riverfront Train Station and
5th and Demonbreun, 615-636-1280.
Tour begins at the Riverfront Train
Station with hop-on/hop-off
services at 17 different stops
in Music City, including the
Ryman, Antique Archaeology,
The Parthenon, Country Music
Hall of Fame® and Museum,
and many more.
mus​icc​ity​hop​.co​m
NashTrash Tours, 772 Harrison St.,
Nashville Farmers’ Market,
615-226-7300. The original NashTrash
tour is a one-of-a-kind country musicalcomedy extravaganza. Hop on the
Big Pink Bus, and Sheri Lynn and
Brenda Kay (the Jugg Sisters) will
dish the dirt on your favorite polyester,
double-knit, sequined country music
legends. nas​htr​ash​.co​m

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Nashville Pedal Tavern

Nashville Brew Bus, 505 N. 17th St.,
615-479-1583. A five-hour tour to four
of Nashville’s best craft breweries to
get a sampling of their best beers
and the chance to meet the brewers/
owners who make up Nashville’s
bustling craft-beer community.
nas​hvi​lle​bre​wbu​s.c​om
Nashville Double Decker,
Fifth Ave. S. & Broadway,
423-432-0116. Tour company
that uses an authentic British 1967
open-top, double-decker bus to do
historic tours of downtown Nashville.
We also rent the bus out for special
events and transportation purposes.
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Nashville Food Adventures,
615-678-8784. Food tours! Get a
taste of Nashville by visiting unique
eateries to sample local food and
drink. Three-hour tours stop at four
to six eateries while visiting a variety
of Nashville neighborhoods.
nas​hvi​lle​foo​dad​ven​tur​es.​com
Nashville Ghost Tours,
Tour begins on corner of Sixth Ave. N.
& Union St., 615-884-3999. Explore
the shadowy streets of Tennessee’s
most haunted city on a variety of
entertaining ghost tours, including
the Haunted Downtown Walking
Tour, Haunted Tavern Tour and
the Nashville Hearse Tour.
nas​hvi​lle​gho​stt​our​s .c​om

Nashville Pedal Tavern, Demonbreun
St., 615-390-5038. A new spin on pub
crawls. A 16-person bar on wheels.
nas​hvi​lle​ped​alt​ave​rn.​com
The Redneck Comedy Tour,
615-316-0014. See the Nashville hot
spots and laugh along the way!
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Segway of Nashville Tours,
330 Commerce St., 615-244-0555.
Enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime tour
experience on your very own
Segway. Get a taste of Nashville
that’ll have you begging for more!
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Sprocket Rocket Party Bike,
625 Main St., 615-707-1023.
Nashville’s No. 1 party bike!
The most fun way to experience
downtown Nashville. You provide
the drinks, we’ll provide the rest.
Electric-assist motor, free photo
album and memories for life.
spr​ock​etr​ock​etp​art​ybi​ke.​com
Tennessee Whiskey Tours,
P.O. Box 40132, 615-480-7518.
Offers set and private tours of
Tennessee distilleries seven days a
week. Among the distilleries visited:
Jack Daniel, George Dickel, Short
Mountain and Nelson’s Green Brier.
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Walk Eat Nashville, 615-587-6138.
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neighborhoods that put Nashville
on the culinary map. Guests enjoy six
tasting stops over three hours and
interact with chefs and specialty food
shop owners. wal​kea​tna​shv​ill​e.c​om

Taxis
Meters (except at the airport) start at
$3; each additional mile is $2. There
is a flat-fare triangle between the
airport, downtown and Gaylord
Opryland® Resort & Convention
Center. Between any two points in the
triangle, the fare is set at $25 and $1 for
each additional passenger. For areas
outside the triangle, the meter starts at
$7 from the airport. Taxis are available
on the ground level of the terminal.
Checker Cab, 221 Largo Dr.,
615-256-7000. Named best taxi
service in the metropolitan area by
the readers of Nashville Magazine.
The communications center is
located in Nashville and considered
to be the most sophisticated
dispatch system in the area.
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NashVegas Cab™, 2803 Foster Ave.,
Ste. #106, 615-332-3333. NashVegas
Cab™ is equipped with a GPS-based
computerized dispatch system
making dispatching easier, pickup
of calls timely and service faster.
nas​hve​gas​cab​.co​m

Tour Companies
All In One Destinations, 107 Music
City Cir., Ste. 218, 615-871-7232,
800-421-4422. Individual and
group tour packages. Special
events, including the Grand
Ole Opry Celebration, Country
Christmas and CMA Music Festival.
Ask about pre- and post-meeting
tour packages for attendees, too.
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Art Henry’s Tour & Receptive,
P.O. Box 23766, 615-386-9301,
800-223-4581. Combining music
and history, Art Henry’s specializes
in sightseeing tours with experienced
local guides. Since 1978, Art Henry
has been planning itineraries for
visitors of all ages to enjoy Nashville.
art​hen​r y.​com
Best of Nashville Tours & Events,
LLC, 2441-Q Old Fort Pkwy., #358,
Murfreesboro, 615-900-1230,
877-741-7681. Receptive and
custom-made agendas. Step-on
guide services, CMA Music
Festival, Grand Ole Opry,
A Country Christmas packages.
bes​tof​nas​hvi​lle​tou​rs.​com
Flair Tours, P.O. Box 17372,
615-361-3737, 866-729-9411.
Providing customized tour itineraries
for all size groups: tour guides,
complete packages including
group-friendly hotels, restaurants,
attractions and buses. The talent
division provides entertainment:
soloists to big band dance bands,
and hostesses for special events/
promotions. fla​irt​our​sna​shv​ill​e.c​om
Johnny Walker Tours, 107 Music
City Cir., Ste. 100, 615-834-8585.
Complete package planning with
individual group rates in various

hotel categories, tickets and
sightseeing tours.
joh​nny​wal​ker​tou​rs.​com
Let’s Go Travelin’, P.O. Box 25,
Hermitage, 512-906-9312,
866-992-8784. Nashville’s most fun,
unique tours for small and large
groups, sports and concert packages.
Tell us what you like and we’ll put it
together. We are your Nashville travel
professional. let​sgo​tra​vel​in.​com
Nashville Express Tours,
P.O. Box 290394, 865-774-6574,
800-638-8687. A wholesale tour
operator in business locally for
more than 35 years. We can help
you create an entire package,
including lodging, dining and
attractions. tne​xpr​ess​tou​rs.​com
Sharin’ Nashville Tours,
P.O. Box 140234, 615-846-0867,
800-636-8687. No one knows
Nashville like those of us who call
it home. Military groups, students,
leisure travelers – we love ‘em
all. Let us help plan your visit to
Nashville. sha​rin​nas​hvi​lle​tou​rs.​com
Sweet Magnolia Tours,
330 Commerce St., 615-242-5373,
800-235-5295. Specializing in
Southern hospitality, we offer
complete tour planning for
groups and individuals, including
customized itineraries using a
wide variety of hotel choices,
attraction tickets, meal planning
and step-on guide service.
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U.S. Tours Tennessee,
2819 Murdoch Ave., Parkersburg, WV,
304-485-8687, 888-393-8687.
A satellite office of the Moss Innovative
Tour Co. in America. We provide
better service, creative itineraries
and memorable events. ust​our​s.b​iz

Transportation
Services
Anchor Transportation Group,
3108 Blevins Rd., Whites Creek,
615-860-6800. Our promise is to
accommodate our customers with
bus transportation services that
meet their exact need and provide
a refreshing experience for a fair
price. anc​hor​tra​nsp​ort​ati​on.​com
Big Love Bus Nashville,
615-630-3534. Nashville’s most
unique transportation for groups – fit
up to 35 in our hand-painted, totally
renovated school bus. BYOB and
go anywhere in Tennessee. Tours,
parties, corporate events and more!
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Broadway Limousine,
1700 Hayes St., Ste. 100,
888-546-6130. Providing 24/7 VIP
luxury limos to airport or special
events. Reservations can be made
on the website. We offer an on-time
guarantee. lim​ose​r vi​cen​ash​vil​le.​com
CitiValet, 3813 Cleghorn Ave.,
Ste. 203, 615-216-7506. Redefining
the concept of valet by providing a
wide range of personal care and
corporate services with elegance,
panache and professional dispatch.
cit​iva​let​.co​m
Grand Avenue, 186 N. First St.,
615-714-5466, 866-455-2823.
Delivers the ultimate chauffeured
transportation experience.
Professional, courteous drivers,
impeccable vehicles, guaranteed
on-time arrival and personal
delivery – we see to every detail
to make your travel a pleasure.
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Gray Line of Tennessee,
186 N. First St., 615-883-5555,

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tours & transportation
800-251-1864. Experience worldfamous Music City by day or night
on an exciting guided city tour. See
where the stars live, visit presidential
mansions and historic plantations, or
travel back in time to the Civil War’s
Battle of Franklin. gra​yli​net​n.c​om
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InShuttle Transportation, Inc.,
1102 Buchanan St., 615-255-3519.
A Tennessee-based corporation that
offers passenger transportation for
any occasion with a fleet of latemodel minibuses and minicoaches.
ins​hut​tle​.co​m
Metro Livery, 1311 Vultee Blvd.,
615-360-2929, 866-748-2227.
We offer sedans, vans and Hummers.
Open 24 hours a day, seven days a
week, and accept reservations and
requests for transportation on short
notice. All major credit cards
accepted. met​rol​ive​r y.​com
RTA’s Music City Star & Express
Bus Service, Riverfront Station,
108 First Ave. S., 615-862-5950.
The RTA offers regional bus routes
on weekdays between Nashville and
surrounding counties, and the Music
City Star rail service with six stations
between Lebanon/Wilson County
and Nashville’s Riverfront Station.
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Sedan on Demand, 1211 Division St.,
615-254-4600. 24/7/365 chauffeured
transportation service offering sedan,
limousine, van and motorcoach
transportation for tours and groups.
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Sentinel Limo Nashville,
144 Del Crest Dr., 615-454-2430.
Offering the highest quality of
service. Transportation to or from
airports, hotels, restaurants, etc., or a
tour of the city, historical sights, local
attractions, distilleries and wineries,
and more. sen​tin​ell​imo​nas​hvi​lle​.co​m
Signature Transportation
Services, 1306 Antioch Pk.,
615-244-5466, 877-255-0033.
Unique custom tour experiences –
private city, wine, shopping, distillery
or brewery tours with a VIP touch.
From two to 100, we know how to
show you Music City like no one
else! nas​hvi​lle​lim​o.c​om
Trans Partners, LLC,
5026 Penbrook Dr., Franklin,
615-974-1259, 615-746-0690.
Offering you the personal touch of
exceptional customer service along

with the latest-model vehicles. We
pride ourselves on making sure the
customer is given quality service in
Nashville or anywhere in the world.
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Wise Coaches, Inc.,
1312 Central Ct., Hermitage,
615-391-3505. A family-owned
charter company that offers
superior 25- to 56-passenger
coaches for every transportation
need. More than 14 years of
experience providing dependable,
high-quality transportation.
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Travel Services
Bach Nashville, 41 Peabody St., #123,
615-669-0608. Everything you
need to know to throw the perfect
bachelorette party in Nashville! We
have all the amenities to make your
evening or multiday event a complete
success. bac​hna​shv​ill​e.c​om
Expedia, Inc., 1230 Peachtree
St. N.E., Ste. 1941, Atlanta, GA,
615-953-2620. The largest online
travel company in the world, with
brands including Expedia.com,
Hotels.com, Hotwire and more than
10,000 Expedia Affiliate Networks.
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Metropolitan Nashville Airport
Authority, One Terminal Dr.,
Ste. 501, 615-275-1600. Serving
as the first and last impression for
9.6 million travelers to Nashville
annually, the Nashville International
Airport (BNA) reflects Music City
through live music, outstanding
customer service, local food and
retail favorites. fly​nas​hvi​lle​.co​m
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Orbitz Worldwide, 500 W. Madison,
Chicago, IL, 312-894-5000.
A leading online travel company
offering leisure and business
travelers a wide selection of low
airfares as well as deals on lodging.
orb​itz​.co​m
Twice Daily – Charlotte Pike,
7354 Charlotte Pk., 615-356-2432.
A fresh, new take on all the things
you want, when you want them. Our
new stores are spacious, clean and
so easy to shop, you’ll find yourself
stopping in again and again.
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Twice Daily – Dickerson Pike,
3863 Dickerson Pk., 615-868-0551.
A fresh, new take on all the things
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new stores are spacious, clean and
so easy to shop, you’ll find yourself
stopping in again and again.
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Wright Travel, 2505 21st Ave. S.,
Ste. 500, 615-783-1111, 800-577-0888.
Providing complete travel
management for businesses
and associations, including
meetings, groups and incentive
travel, with expertise in air contracts,
hotel negotiations and all aspects
of meeting planning. Your unique,
one-stop solution for all your
travel needs. wri​ght​tra​vel​.ne​t

Valet & Parking
Services
Central Parking System,
171 Third Ave. N., 615-259-3898,
877-717-0004. The leader in
professional parking management
and leasing. par​kin​g.c​om
LAZ Parking, 144 Fifth Ave. N.,
615-248-7620. Offering convenient
hourly or monthly parking around
Nashville and the United States.
laz​par​kin​g.c​om
Music City Parking,
P.O. Box 331202, 615-568-4891.
Providing top-of-the-line valet
and bell services. Can also
provide valet for private events.
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Premier Parking of Tennessee,
421 Church St., 615-238-2250.
Providing complete parking
management solutions through
innovation and old-fashioned
customer service.
pre​mie​rpa​rki​ng.​com
Stewart Parking Solutions,
2814 Columbine Pl., 615-463-2307.
The only locally owned and operated
full-service parking management
company. Striving to be a true
partner by tailoring a parking
program that fits the needs
and desires of each client.
ste​war​tpa​rki​ngs​olu​tio​ns.​com
Towne Park, 2100 West End Ave.,
Box 52, 615-321-3999. Providing
custom guest services to meet
our clients’ event reception,
parking and transportation needs.
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breakfast
lunch
dinner
weekend brunch
Under $10
$10-20
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For more information about group travel,
go to visitmusiccity.com/visitors/groups
or call the tourism department
at 615-259-4728.

Dining Services
Doorstep Delivery, 615-526-9100.
Your favorite restaurants delivered
to your doorstep. Individuals,
businesses and corporate
accounts. doo​rst​epd​eli​ver​y.c​om
Nashville Food Truck Association,
Various, 1054 Ashmore Dr. The best
food trucks in Nashville. We can
cater any event, no matter how many
people. Let us help you select some
food trucks for your event. We offer
fast, delicious, gourmet food options.
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Nashville Originals, Various,
P.O. Box 120668, 615-386-3940.
The association of independent
restaurants. nas​hvi​lle​ori​gin​als​.co​m
OpenTable. Free, instant, confirmed
reservations at OpenTable.com.
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8th Avenue

The Sutler Saloon, Southern,
2600 Franklin Pk., 615-840-6124.
A historic, lively saloon and bar
featuring Southern craft cocktails
and beer; eclectic, creative Southern
cuisine; and authentic live music.
11 am-10 pm Mon.-Thu., 11-1 am Fri.-Sat.,
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5-10 pm Sun.

12South
12South Taproom & Grill,
American, 2318 12th Ave. S.,
615-463-7552. With an ambiance as
eclectic as its patrons, the Taproom
serves as an inviting spot with quality
food, drink and atmosphere. 11-12 am
12s​out​hta​pro​om.​com
Mon.-Sat.
Burger Up, American, 2901 12th
Ave. S., 615-279-3767. Fostering
the idea of thoughtful consuming
through locally sourced food of
exceptional quality in a family-friendly
environment. 11 am-10 pm Mon.-Sun.
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Edley’s Bar-B-Que, Barbecue,
2706 12th Ave. S., 615-953-2951.
A meat-and-three with the best
barbecue this side of the Mississippi.
Fast, casual eatery serving smoked
pork, chicken, brisket, ribs, wings
and catfish sandwiches. We smoke
our meats so you know it’s fresh!
11 am-10 pm; closed on Tue.
edl​eys​bbq​.co​m
The Flipside, American, 2403 12th
Ave. S., 615-292-9299. A fun local
restaurant and bar with Jack’s Best
Chicken, local beers and craft
cocktails. 11 am until late.
the​fli​psi​de1​2so​uth​.co​m
Frothy Monkey Coffeehouse,
Bakery/Coffee, 2509 12th Ave. S.,
615-292-1808. A neighborhood
restaurant and cafe offering a

diverse menu, including breakfast,
lunch and dinner. In addition,
we pride ourselves on the service
of outstanding coffee, espresso
drinks, and house-made teas and
beverages. 7 am-9 pm Mon.-Sat.,
8 am-9 pm Sun.
fro​thy​mon​key​.co​m
Josephine, American,
2316 12th Ave. S., 615-292-7766.
A contemporary restaurant featuring
refined American farmhouse cuisine
located in the 12South neighborhood.
Focuses on simple, classically
composed recipes in a soft industrial
space that emphasizes a sense of
home. 5-10 pm Mon.-Thu., 3-11 pm Fri.,
10 am-11 pm Sat., 10 am-10 pm Sun.
jos​eph​ine​on1​2th​.co​m
Las Paletas Gourmet Ice Pops,
Sweets & Treats, 2911 12th Ave. S.,
615-386-2101. Mexican frozen
paletas (Spanish for “ice pops”)
made from fresh ingredients ranging
from avocado and hot chocolate with
chili to strawberry and chocolate
chocolate chip, we offer 20 or
more options each day. 11 am-7 pm
Tue.-Sat., 11 am-5 pm Sun.-Mon.
las​pal​eta​sna​shv​ill​e.c​om
Urban Grub, Steak & Seafood,
2506 12th Ave. S., 615-679-9342.
Stuffy upscale is out – ethnic,
healthy, casual and pickup is in,
which makes Urban Grub the next
big star on the Nashville dining
scene. 5-10 pm Tue.-Thu., 5-11 pm Fri.,
11 am-11 pm Sat., 11 am-10 pm Sun.
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Airport/Donelson
Bar-B-Cutie Nashville Airport/
Donelson, Barbecue, 501 Donelson
Pk., 615-872-0207. Everything made

M.L.Rose Craft Beer & Burgers,
American, 2535 Franklin Pk.,
615-712-8160. The best
neighborhood bar in Nashville
offering specialty burgers made
with amazing all-natural beef, a
selection of more than 80 beers,
a large patio, great jukebox and 10
HDTVs. 11-2 am Mon.-Fri., 10-2 am
mlr​ose​.co​m
Sat.-Sun.
Sinema Restaurant & Bar,
American, 2600 Franklin Pk.,
Ste. 102, 615-942-7746. Housed in
Nashville’s historic Melrose theater.
Executive chef Dale Levitski has
crafted an eclectic American menu
that is unique to Nashville, with
emphasis on classically inspired
dishes with a modern spin.
4:30-11 pm Mon.-Thu., 4:30 pm-12 am
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Fri.-Sat.


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fresh. Hickory-smoked pork, brisket,
mesquite chicken and baby back
ribs. Homemade sides, including
whipped potatoes, green beans,
coleslaw and more. Try ‘Cutie
favorites such as banana pudding,
brisket nachos, barbecue on fried
cornbread and Southern sweet tea.
bar​- b- ​cut​ie.​com
10 am-9 pm.
Champions, American,
600 Marriott Dr., Nashville Airport
Marriott, 615-889-9300. Located
inside the Nashville Airport Marriott
hotel, this sports bar features nightly
sports games on numerous flatscreen televisions, and a lively
menu of chicken wings, pizza
and hamburgers. 6 am-10 pm.
cha​mpi​ons​nas​hvi​lle​.co​m
Donelson Hermitage Chamber
of Commerce, 125 Donelson Pk.,
615-883-7896. The twin communities
of Donelson and Hermitage are
located approximately 10 miles east
of downtown Nashville. Bordered by
the Cumberland River and beautiful
Old Hickory and Percy Priest lakes,
our community is truly the Gateway
to Music City. d-h​cha​mbe​r.c​om
Jackson’s Veranda, American,
Holiday Inn Opryland Airport/Briley
Pkwy, 2200 Elm Hill Pk., 615-883-9770.
Casual dining located in the Holiday
Inn Opryland Airport/Briley Pkwy.
6 am-11 pm Mon.-Sun.
hin​ash​vil​le.​com​/di​nin​g
McNamara’s Irish Pub
& Restaurant, Irish, 2740 Old
Lebanon Rd., 615-885-7262. Offering
a variety of fare from traditional Irish,
pub grub and classic American.
11 am-10 pm Tue.-Thu. and Sun.,
11-12 am Fri.-Sat.
mcn​ama​ras​iri​shp​ub.​com
Pizza Hut, Italian,
2512 Lebanon Rd., 866-726-1438.
For your convenience, call the
nearest Pizza Hut location for
carryout or delivery, or place
an order online via iPhone,
iPad, Android or mobile Web.
11 am-10 pm Sun.-Thu., 11 am-11 pm
piz​zah​ut.​com
Fri.-Sat.

Belmont/
Hillsboro Village
Cabana, American, 1910 Belcourt
Ave., 615-577-2262. Specializing in
casual, Southern-comfort cuisine.
You’ll find lump crab hush puppies,
lobster Brie mac and cheese,
blackened local catfish, sweet tea
smoked chicken and the best pizza

in town. 4 pm-3 am Mon.-Sat.,
4 pm-12 am Sun.
cab​ana​nas​hvi​lle​.co​m
Fido, American, 1812 21st Ave. S.,
615-777-3436. Blurring the lines
between upscale coffeehouse and
casual restaurant. We serve coffee
from sister store Bongo Java and
a wide-ranging, creative and locally
sourced menu. 7 am-11 pm daily.
bon​goj​ava​.co​m
Martin’s BBQ Joint – Nashville,
Barbecue, 3108 Belmont Blvd.,
615-200-1181. Owner Patrick
Martin incorporates the art of west
Tennessee, whole-hog barbecue
at his award-winning restaurant.
Martin’s has been named by Bon
Appétit as one of America’s top 10
new barbecue restaurants. 11 am-9 pm
mar​tin​sbb​qjo​int​.co​m
daily.
Pancake Pantry, American,
1796 21st Ave. S., 615-383-9333.
A Nashville tradition. Try a different
breed of pancake at each visit.
6 am-3 pm Mon.-Fri., 6 am-4 pm Sat.the​pan​cak​epa​ntr​y.c​om
Sun.
Provence Breads & Café –
Hillsboro Village, Bakery/Coffee,
1705 21st Ave. S., 615-386-0363.
Locally owned, independent bakery
and cafe committed to all-natural
ingredients and traditional
techniques to bring you the
highest-quality bread, pastries,
coffee and food. 7 am-8 pm Mon.-Fri.,
8 am-8 pm Sat., 8 am-6 pm Sun.
pro​ven​ceb​rea​ds.​com

Downtown – Broadway
Acme Feed & Seed, Southern,
101 Broadway, 615-915-0888.
Located in the heart of downtown
Nashville with views of Broadway and
the riverfront. Offering 22,000 square
feet of entertainment and dining,
including the largest one-level event
venue on Broadway. 11-2 am Mon.the​acm​ena​shv​ill​e.c​om
Sun.
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Bailey’s Sports Grille,
American, 408 Broadway,
615-254-5452. A destination for
the passionate sports fan. We have
30 HD televisions with all the games.
Second-floor patio overlooking
Broadway. 11-2 am daily.
fox​and​hou​nd.​com
The District, Second Ave. &
Broadway, 615-400-0178. Don’t
miss the heart of Nashville. Located
on the banks of the Cumberland
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hip nightclubs and trendy shops.
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Frist Center Cafe, American,
919 Broadway, 615-244-3340.
Freshly made soups, salads,
sandwiches and pizzas, as well as
a children’s menu. The cafe features
luscious desserts, including assorted
cakes, cookies and muffins. A variety
of beer and wine is available.
10 am-5:30 pm Mon.-Wed. and Sat.,
10 am-9 pm Thu.-Fri., 1-5:30 pm Sun.
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Advertising Partner, p. 29
Hard Rock Cafe, American,
100 Broadway, 615-742-9900.
Hey, hard rockers – you know who
you are – come on down and party
like a rock star in historic downtown
Nashville, where rock ‘n’ roll lives.
10:30 am-11 pm Sun.-Thu., 10:30-12 am
Fri.-Sat.
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Advertising Partner, p. 2
Honky Tonk Central, American,
329 Broadway, 615-726-0463.
Nashville’s latest and greatest honky
tonk on legendary Lower Broadway.
Three stories of live music, great
food and the best time in Nashville.
10-3 am Mon.-Sun.
hon​kyt​onk​cen​tra​l.c​om
Jack’s Bar B Que – Broadway,
Barbecue, 416 Broadway,
615-254-5715. Proudly serving
barbecue from pit to plate,
featuring the best recipe styles
from Tennessee, Texas and
St. Louis. 10:30 am-9 pm Mon.-Thu.,
10:30 am-10 pm Fri.-Sat., 12-6 pm Sun.
jac​ksb​arb​que​.co​m
Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville,
American, 322 Broadway,
615-208-9080. Come “conky tonkin”
in the heart of downtown Nashville on
honky tonk row! Great Southern food
and the best bars on Broadway. 11-2 am.
mar​gar​ita​vil​len​ash​vil​le.​com
Advertising Partner, p. 80
Merchants Restaurant, American,
401 Broadway, 615-254-1892.
Located in a historic building in
the heart of downtown Nashville.
Offering contemporary Southern
food and spectacular service that is
sure to please. 11 am-11 pm Mon.-Thu.,
11-12 am Fri.-Sat., 4-9 pm Sun.
mer​cha​nts​res​tau​ran​t.c​om
Mike’s Ice Cream & Coffee Bar,
Sweets & Treats, 208 Broadway,
615-742-6453. Old-fashioned
handmade ice cream in more
than 30 unique and Southern flavors,
a soda fountain, and a full coffee
and espresso bar. 8-12 am Mon.-Sun.
mik​esi​cec​rea​m.c​om

Paradise Park Trailer Resort,
American, 411 Broadway,
615-251-1515. Located on Lower
Broadway, this trailer park-themed bar
and grill features live music daily, as well
as homemade burgers, sandwiches
and more. 10:30-4 am Mon.-Sun.
par​adi​sep​ark​onl​ine​.co​m
Prime 108, Steak & Seafood,
1001 Broadway, 615-620-5665.
Where historic elegance meets
sophisticated Southern hospitality.
6:30 am-10 pm Sun.-Sat.
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Advertising Partner, p. 58
Rippy’s Smokin’ Bar & Grill,
Barbecue, 429 Broadway,
615-244-7477. Enjoy live country
bands and great barbecue. 11-2 am
daily.
rip​pys​bar​and​gri​ll.​com
Robert’s Western World,
American, 416 B Broadway,
615-244-9552. Nashville’s
undisputed home of traditional
country music. Come in for great
food, drinks and music. 11-2:30 am
daily.
rob​ert​swe​ste​rnw​orl​d.c​om
Rock Bottom Restaurant &
Brewery, American, 111 Broadway,
615-251-4677. Restaurant/brewery
featuring fresh food and fresh
beer in a fun, casual atmosphere,
including the largest covered patio
in downtown Nashville. Private dining
available for up to 400 people.
11 am-11 pm Sun.-Thu., 11-12 am
Fri.-Sat. Bar opens 1 hour later.
roc​kbo​tto​m.c​om
Savannah’s Candy Kitchen of
Nashville, Sweets & Treats,
310 Broadway, 615-313-9919.
Offering traditional, fresh-made
candies, ice cream, gelato and
treats that are created daily right
within the store. Opens 11 am daily.
sav​ann​ahc​and​y.c​om
Tavern ’96, American,
Bridgestone Arena, 501 Broadway,
615-770-2000. Looking for a new
place for lunch, a drink before or
after a Preds game or Bridgestone
Arena event? Check out the great
selection of beer, delicious food
offerings and sports programming
on a daily basis. 11 am until close.
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Tequila Cowboy, American,
305 Broadway, 615-742-9078.
A great place to bring friends and
family for a night of all-American food
in a rock ‘n’ roll-inspired atmosphere.
4 pm until close.
teq​uil​aco​wbo​y.c​om

Tin Roof Broadway, American,
316 Broadway, 615-242-4446.
Centrally located on historic
Lower Broadway, this is the perfect
destination for live music all day,
every day. With more than 8,500
square feet including an outdoor
patio, the Roof can host both private
and semi-private groups. 11-3 am.
tin​roo​fbr​oad​way​.co​m

Downtown –
North of Broadway
417 Union, American, 417 Union St.,
615-401-7241. A retro diner, offering
breakfast, lunch and dinner, that
prides itself on offering a varied
menu focusing on traditional
Southern favorites. 7 am-3 pm
Sun.-Wed., 7 am-8 pm Thu.-Sat.
417​uni​on.​com
Back Alley Diner, American,
217 Arcade Alley, 615-251-3003.
Great downtown Nashville restaurant
and bar for a casual lunch or dinner,
business lunch meeting or just
meeting friends after work. Fresh,
homemade food; excellent service;
full bar and a great atmosphere.
10:30 am-9 pm Mon.-Fri., 4 pm-3 am
bac​kal​ley​din​er.​com
Sat.
The Bridge, American,
611 Commerce St., 615-255-8400.
The food here is not only very good –
it’s interesting. Taste original flavors
such as the barbecue smoked
chicken sliders, pizza pie or the
beer-battered fish sandwich. 11-12 am
Sun.-Thu., 11-1 am Fri.-Sat.
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The Capitol Grille, Southern,
The Hermitage Hotel, 231 Sixth
Ave. N., 615-345-7116. Reinventing
Southern gourmet cuisine using
the freshest regional ingredients
served in plush surroundings at The
Hermitage Hotel. Hours vary, call for
cap​ito​lgr​ill​e
details.
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Commerce Street Grille,
American, Renaissance Nashville
Hotel, 611 Commerce St.,
615-493-4050. In the beautiful
Renaissance Nashville Hotel,
with a bountiful breakfast and
lunch buffet. Our dinner menu
offers a variety of delicious grill
options with a distinct local flavor.
Breakfast 6:30-11 am Mon.-Fri., 7-11
am Sat.-Sun.; lunch 11 am-2 pm daily;
dinner 5-10 pm nightly.
ren​ais​san​cen​ash​vil​le.​com

Demos’ Steak & Spaghetti House,
American, 300 Commerce St.,
615-256-4655. Featuring pasta and
steak, this downtown restaurant is
a local favorite. Try the buttery rolls
and famous chicken-and-rice soup.
11 am-10:30 pm Sun.-Thu., 11 am-11 pm
Fri.-Sat.
dem​osr​est​aur​ant​s.c​om
The District Bar & Kitchen,
American, 301 Union St.,
615-891-6000. Located inside the
beautifully renovated Hotel Indigo,
historic American Trust and Nashville
Trust buildings, featuring delectable
offerings and live music every night.
12-10 pm Mon.-Thu., 12-11 pm Fri.-Sat.
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Fourth & U, Southern,
DoubleTree by Hilton Nashville –
Downtown, 315 Fourth Ave. N.,
615-244-8200. The distinctive
restaurant and bar serves an array of
urban dining options using local and
regional products maintaining great
Southern traditions. 5-10 pm daily.
nas​hvi​lle​.do​ubl​etr​ee.​com
Frothy Monkey Nashville
Downtown, Bakery/Coffee,
235 Fifth Ave. N., 615-891-1015.
A neighborhood restaurant and cafe
offering a diverse menu, including
breakfast, lunch and dinner. In
addition, we pride ourselves on
the service of outstanding coffee,
espresso drinks, and house-made
teas and beverages. 7 am-9 pm
Mon.-Thu., 7 am-10 pm Fri.-Sat.,
8 am-9 pm Sun.
fro​thy​mon​key​.co​m
Morton’s – The Steakhouse,
Steak & Seafood, 618 Church St.,
615-259-4558. Serving only the
finest quality foods, featuring USDA
prime aged beef, fresh fish and
seafood, hand-picked produce,
delicious appetizers and elegant
desserts. 5-10 pm Sun.-Thu.,
5:30-11 pm Fri.-Sat.
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Oak Bar, American, 231 Sixth Ave. N.,
615-345-7116. A private, relaxing
retreat – to begin an evening or bring
it to a satisfying close. The extensive
wine list, fully stocked bar and
unique environment have earned
it many “best bar in Nashville” titles.
11:30 am-10 pm Mon.-Sat., 12-10 pm Sun.
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Panera Bread, American,
401 Commerce St., 615-401-1171.
A bakery cafe offering bread,
pastries and bagels baked daily.

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Sandwiches, soups, salads and
a full line of espresso drinks are
also offered, as well as catering.
6 am-7:30 pm Mon.-Fri., 7:30 am-7 pm
Sat., 7:30 am-3 pm Sun.
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Provence Breads & Café –
Downtown, Bakery/Coffee,
601 Church St., 615-664-1150.
Locally owned, independent bakery
and cafe committed to all-natural
ingredients and traditional
techniques to bring you the highestquality bread, pastries, coffee and
food. 7 am-2 pm Mon., 7 am-4 pm
Tue.-Fri., 9 am-3 pm Sun.
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Puckett’s Grocery –
5th and Church, Meat & Three,
500 Church St., 615-770-2772.
Founded in the ‘50s, we’ve updated
a bit, but it’s still Puckett’s Grocery –
nothing too fancy, but everything good.
It’s where the locals go for real food, real
people and real fun. 7 am-10 pm Mon.Thu., 7 am-11 pm Fri.-Sat., 7 am-9 pm
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The Stock-Yard Restaurant,
Steak & Seafood, 901 Second Ave. N.,
615-255-6464. Named one of the top
10 steakhouses in the United States,
and serving Nashville proudly since

1979. Serving all-prime beef,
lobster, fresh seafood and more.
Complimentary shuttle service. 5-10 pm
Mon.-Thu., 5-11 pm Fri.-Sat., 5-9 pm Sun.
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Swank’s Martini & Wine Bar,
American, DoubleTree by Hilton
Nashville – Downtown, 315 Fourth
Ave. N., 615-244-8200. Featuring
primarily jazz and rock ‘n’ roll music,
the bar is a great place to enjoy a
happening happy hour or an evening
on the town. 5-10 pm daily.
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Ty’s Soups & Sandwiches, Deli,
160 Fourth Ave. N., 615-457-8443.
Specializing in freshly made soups and
sandwiches. Also offering healthy food
options. 8 am-3 pm Mon.-Fri.
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Downtown –
Printers Alley
Bourbon Street Blues
and Boogie Bar, American,
220 Printers Alley, 615-242-5837. Live
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and evening. Great food, great drinks
and great times. 11-3 am Mon.-Sun.
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Downtown –
Second Avenue
B.B. King’s Blues Club &
Restaurant, American,
152 Second Ave. N., 615-256-2727.
Featuring a variety of great Creole
cuisine fused with flavors from around
the globe. Sample catfish bites,
fried green tomatoes, ribs or pulled
barbecue pork, capped off with
banana bread pudding and
highlighted by the blues. 11-12 am
Sun.-Thu., 11-2 am Fri.-Sat.
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Benchmark Live Music and
Sports Bar & Grill, American,
117 Second Ave. N., 615-742-8887.
This live music and sports venue
offers a wide variety of spirits,
domestic and imported beers,
the famous frozen Nashville
Bushwhacker and a concentration
of local brews such as Yazoo,
Turtle Anarchy and Mayday.
4 pm-12 am Mon.-Wed., 4 pm-2 am
Thu., 11-3 am Fri.-Sat., 11-12 am Sun.
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Buffalo’s Billiard Parlor, American,
154 Second Ave. N., 615-313-7665.
Delicious bar food complements a
full-service bar featuring local and
regional craft spirits and beers
(36 on tap). 4 pm-2 am Mon.-Wed.,
4 pm-3 am Thu.-Fri., 1 pm-3 am Sat.,
5 pm-1 am Sun.
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Dick’s Last Resort, American,
154 Second Ave. N., 615-800-8894.
Great food, service with an attitude.
Live entertainment on weekends.
Laughs are free, food will cost ya a
little. 11 am-11 pm Sun.-Thu., 11-12 am
Fri.-Sat.
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Joe’s Crab Shack, Steak &
Seafood, 123 Second Ave. S.,
615-242-2722. It’s here that good
food, good times and good
memories are created every day.
We’re a little quirky, but we’re proud
of it. 11-12 am Sun.-Thu., 11-2 am
Fri.-Sat.
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Leon’s Candy, Sweets & Treats,
138 Second Ave. N., 615-254-5030.
Come experience a fourth-generation
candy store and indulge your taste
buds with pecan pralines made with
Jack Daniel’s, Maker’s Mark bourbon
or Leon’s classic maple praline.
10 am-5 pm Mon.-Thu., 10 am-6 pm
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The Melting Pot, Steak & Seafood,
166 Second Ave. N., Ste. A,
615-742-4970. Offers a unique,
interactive dining experience
creating memorable moments over
a leisurely meal. Four-course dining
experience includes cheese fondue
prepared tableside, salad, entree
and dessert. Do all four or choose
your favorites. 4:30-10 pm Mon.-Thu.,
3-11 pm Fri.-Sat., 2-10 pm Sun.
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Nashville Street Tacos,
Mexican, 129 Second Ave. N.,
615-942-5271. The menu is short,
sweet and to the point. We have
simple, well-made items that represent
the cuisine of the Baja region of
Mexico all the way up to Sonoran
Mexicali. 11 am-9 pm Sun.-Mon.,
11-2 am Tue.-Thu., 11-3 am Fri.-Sat.
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The Old Spaghetti Factory, Italian,
160 Second Ave. N., 615-254-9010.
It’s more than a meal – it’s an
experience. We pay meticulous
attention to our decor, so our guests
feel as though they’re stepping into
another world. 11:30 am-2 pm and
5-9:30 pm Mon.-Fri., 12-9:30 pm
Sat.-Sun.
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Riverfront Tavern, American,
101 Church St., 615-252-4849. Hang
out with friends or just put a cold one
back. Come on by, join our mug club,
have one of our 22 beers on tap, or
enjoy some delicious food from our
menu. 11-3 am Mon.-Sun.
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Rocket Fizz Soda Pop &
Candy Shop, Sweets & Treats,
201 Second Ave. N., 615-730-8085.
The best dessert and treat stop
in Music City. Entertaining and
delicious! 10 am-9 pm Sun.-Thu.,
10 am-11 pm Fri.-Sat. roc​ket​fiz​z.c​om
Rodizio Grill, Steak & Seafood,
166 Second Ave. N., Ste. C,
615-730-8358. An authentic
Brazilian steakhouse on historic
Second Avenue! Guests can enjoy a
prix fixe menu that features unlimited
appetizers, gourmet salads and
sides, along with perfectly grilled
meats, carved tableside by Brazilian
gauchos. 4-10 pm Mon.-Fri., 12-10 pm
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Wildhorse Saloon, Southern,
120 Second Ave. N., 615-902-8200.
Enjoy delicious dining and learn
the latest dance steps on the
largest dance floor in town. The
full menu showcases Southern
and Southwestern taste sensations.
4:30-10 pm Mon., 11 am-10 pm
Tue.-Sun., late-night Fri.-Sat.
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Downtown – SoBro
3rd & Lindsley Nashville,
American, 818 Third Ave. S.,
615-259-9891. Offering food and
live music seven nights a week.
National, international, regional
and local Nashville artists. From
up-and-coming acts to legends.
11-2 am Mon.-Fri., 6 pm-2 am Sat.-Sun.
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Bajo Sexto, Mexican, 216 Fifth Ave. S.,
615-577-7717. An authentic Mexican
taqueria inspired by the street foods
found in Mexico. A bajo sexto is the
sixth and largest bass guitar in a
mariachi band.
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Barlines, Southern, 250 Fifth
Ave. S., 615-782-5300. The perfect
Nashville honky tonk to take in some
live music or watch your favorite teams
on one of the large video screens.
Enjoy a tasty menu of Southern
comfort food along with Tennessee
libations. 11-1:30 am Mon.-Sun.

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Bob’s Steak & Chop House,
Steak & Seafood, 250 Fifth Ave. S.,
615-761-3707. Located in the Omni
Nashville Hotel, we are a traditional
American prime steakhouse. 5-10 pm
Mon.-Thu., 5-11 pm Fri.-Sat.
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Cherry Street {eatery & sweetery},
Bakery/Coffee, Schermerhorn
Symphony Center, One Symphony Pl.,
615-687-6500. The in-house cafe at
Schermerhorn Symphony Center
serves sandwiches, salads, soups,
sweets and more for breakfast
and lunch. Also serving dinner
on concert evenings. 8 am-2 pm
weekdays and for all concert evenings.
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City Winery, American,
609 Lafayette St., 615-324-1010.
Strives to deliver the highest-end
combined culinary and cultural
experience to our customers who
are passionate in sharing wine,
music and culinary arts. 5-10 pm
Sun.-Thu., 5-11 pm Fri.-Sat.
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Cummins Station, 209 10th Ave. S.,
Ste. 432, 615-259-0999.
A redevelopment of an iconic
historic property. The community
consists of 400,000 square feet of
truly unique office, retail, restaurant
and recreational space. More than
140 diverse businesses call it home.
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Etch Restaurant, American,
303 Demonbreun St., 615-522-0685.
The newest culinary venture from
Chef Deb Paquette, featuring an
array of global flavors and decadent
desserts. Enjoy lunch and dinner
Mon.-Fri., as well as dinner on Sat.
11 am-2 pm and 5-10 pm Mon.-Thu.,
11 am-2 pm and 5-10:30 pm Fri.,
5-10:30 pm Sat.
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The Farm House, Southern,
210 Almond St., 615-522-0688.
Nashville’s newest farm-to-table
restaurant offers traditional Southern
cuisine with a modern-day twist.
Dishes consisting of house-cured
meats and local ingredients, along
with high-quality bourbon cocktails.
5-10 pm Mon and Sat., 11 am-10 pm
Tue.-Fri., 10:30 am-2:30 pm Sun.
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Goo Goo Shop, Sweets & Treats,
116 Third Ave. S., 615-490-6685.
Invented in 1912 in a copper kettle
at the Standard Candy Company
right here in Nashville, the Goo Goo

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with the sophistication of a
metropolitan public house. 11-2 am
Mon.-Sun.
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Husk Restaurant, Southern,
37 Rutledge St., 615-256-6565.
James Beard Award-winning chef
Sean Brock’s renowned restaurant.
The kitchen reinterprets the bounty
of the surrounding area, exploring
an ingredient-driven cuisine that
begins in the rediscovery of heirloom
products and redefines what it means
to eat in Nashville. 11 am-2 pm
Mon.-Fri., 5-10 pm Sun.-Thu. and
5-11 pm Fri.-Sat., 10 am-2 pm Sat.-Sun.
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Salsa Puerto Rican and Latin
Cuisine, Eclectic, 818 Palmer Pl.,
615-401-9316. Proud to be the first
authentic Puerto Rican restaurant
in Nashville. Farm-to-table-inspired
menu with fresh, local ingredients
and the touch of deeply rooted
Latin flavor. 11 am-9 pm Mon.-Thu.,
11 am-11 pm Fri.-Sat.
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Kitchen Notes, Southern,
250 Fifth Ave. S., 615-782-5300.
Omni Nashville Hotel’s three-meal
restaurant, featuring down-home
comfort food with a modern twist.
6 am-10 pm Mon.-Sun.
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The Listening Room Cafe,
American, 217 Second Ave. S.,
615-259-3600. Come enjoy the
up-and-coming artists as well as
the star songwriters behind the
No. 1 hits in what’s been voted the
best-sounding room in Nashville.
4-11 pm Mon.-Fri., 10 am-11 pm
Sat., 10 am-3 pm Sun.
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Luigi’s City Pizza, Italian,
105 Third Ave. S., 615-742-9099.
Be sure to stop by and check out
our authentic Italian cuisine in the
heart of downtown Nashville. 11-2 am
Mon.-Sun.
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The Palm Restaurant, Steak
& Seafood, 140 Fifth Ave. S.,
615-742-7256. Aged prime steaks,
jumbo Nova Scotia lobsters, Italian
entrées, outstanding service and
atmosphere like nowhere else.
11 am-11 pm Mon.-Fri., 5-11 pm
Sat., 5-10 pm Sun.
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Pinewood Social, American,
33 Peabody St., 615-751-8111.
Offering a coffee bar and
Americana-style breakfast, lunch
and dinner options, with brunch
on the weekends. Our creative
workspace also has bowling, bocce
ball and an innovative bar program.
7-1 am Mon.-Fri., 9-1 am Sat.-Sun.
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Pub5, American, 104 Fifth Ave. S.,
615-780-4005. An upscale American
bar experience that blends the
comfort of local Nashville restaurants

Sole Mio, Italian, 311 Third Ave. S.,
615-256-4013. Everything
handmade. More than 18 years
in SoBro. One block from the
Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
Fresh pastas, chicken, veal and
seafood specials. Voted top in 25
categories by Citysearch. Private
dining room available. 11 am-10 pm
Tue.-Sun., open til 11 pm Fri.-Sat.
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The Southern Steak & Oyster,
Southern, 150 Third Ave. S.,
615-724-1762. The Southern takes
its guests on a culinary journey
where every entrée tells a story. The
menus combine indigenous flavors
with exotic ingredients and offer an
authentically Southern adventure
with a twist. 7:30 am-10 pm Mon.-Thu.,
7:30-12 am Fri., 10-12 am Sat.,
10 am-10 pm Sun.
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Southernaire Market, Deli,
150 Third Ave. S., 615-490-8077.
Combines the style, hospitality
and quality of a New Orleans-style
neighborhood grocery with the
convenience of the New York City
corner bodega to cater to the needs
of downtown Nashville. 10 am to
close.
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Swingin’ Doors Saloon,
American, 111 Fourth Ave. S.,
615-736-5050. The best place to
find great live music, cold drinks and
hot eats downtown! Bring your group
to experience the only place in town
where country is king. 11-3 am Mon.Sun.
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Trattoria IL Mulino, Italian,
144 Fifth Ave. S., 615-620-3700.
Using only the finest and most
authentic ingredients to create a
beautifully crafted menu with exciting
yet traditional Italian flavors.
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Museum, 222 Fifth Ave. S.,
615-291-2759. Located inside the
Country Music Hall of Fame® and
Museum, Two Twenty • Two features
a fresh, locally sourced menu.
Also available in our deli cases are
ready-made options such as wraps,
sandwiches, salads and more.
9 am-5 pm daily. Lunch specials
served 11 am-2 pm Mon.-Sat.
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East Nashville
Holland House Bar & Refuge,
American, 935 W. Eastland Ave.,
615-262-4190. Internationally
embraced as a top destination for
cocktails and cuisine, this awardwinning space can accommodate
large private events. 5 pm-12 am
Mon.-Thu., 5 pm-2 am Fri.-Sat.
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Pepperfire Hot Chicken, Southern,
2821 Gallatin Pk., 615-582-4824.
An authentic Nashville hot chicken
restaurant located in the heart of East
Nashville. Best known for consistent,
unique flavor, Pepperfire’s spice can
be enjoyed across a wide array of
heat levels. 11 am-9 pm Mon.-Sat.
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The Pharmacy Burger Parlor
& Beer Garden, American,
731 McFerrin Ave., 615-712-9517.
Nashville’s hippest burger joint is also
its original biergarten, boasting an
impressive selection of German wurst
and bier, as well as an old-school
soda fountain serving legendary
phosphates, milkshakes and icecream sodas. 11 am until last call daily.
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Rumours East, American,
1112 Woodland St., 615-262-5346.
This local gem in East Nashville
offers a unique, farm-to-table menu.
An impressive option for groups of
any size, featuring one of the most
enviable backyard patios in all
of Nashville. 5-11 pm Sun. and
Tue.-Thu., 5 pm-12 am Fri.-Sat.
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Edgehill
Taco Mamacita, Mexican,
1200 Villa Pl., 615-730-8552.
Featuring a modern, eclectic
menu where the taco is supreme,
and offering a full bar with patio.
Everything is made fresh
in-house daily, including the
famous margaritas. 11 am-10 pm
Sun.-Thu., 11 am-11 pm Fri.-Sat.
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Germantown/
Jefferson Street
312 Pizza Company, Italian,
371 Monroe St., 615-730-7888.
Serving authentic Chicago cuisine.
All items are made from scratch daily.
Craft beer and craft cocktails served.
11 am-10 pm Sun.-Thu., 11-12 am
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City House, Italian, 1222 Fourth
Ave. N., 615-736-5838. A chefowned and -operated restaurant
featuring Italian cuisine inspired
and influenced by the American
South. 5-10 pm Mon. and
Wed.-Sat., 5-9 pm Sun.
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The Cupcake Collection,
Sweets & Treats, 1213 Sixth Ave. N.,
2543 Lebanon Pk., 615-244-2900.
Located in the heart of historic
Germantown and featuring daily,
made-from-scratch cupcakes and
icing. No lard/shortening. At $1.50,
this is a cost-effective cupcake. 10
am-4:30 pm Mon.-Fri., 11 am-4 pm
Sun. the​cup​cak​eco​lle​cti​on.​com
Germantown Café, American,
1200 Fifth Ave. N., 615-242-3226.
Incredible food prepared from
a menu of new American-style
creations, splendid drinks and
desserts, as well as the greatest
view in the entire city. 11 am-3 pm
and dinner at 5 pm Mon.-Fri.,
10:30 am-2 pm and dinner at
5 pm Sat.-Sun.
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Jefferson Street United
Merchants Partnership (JUMP),
1215 Ninth Ave. N., Ste. 201,
615-726-5867. A historic AfricanAmerican business and shopping
district featuring an eclectic
mix of options ranging from
art galleries to salons.
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Nashville Farmers’ Market,
Various, 900 Rosa L. Parks Blvd.,
615-880-2001. Open year
round. Flea market open every
weekend. Restaurants, specialty
shops, greenhouses and open-air
stalls with fresh fruits, vegetables
and plants. 8 am-6 pm Mon.-Sun.
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Rolf and Daughters, Italian,
700 Taylor St., 615-866-9897.
Neighborhood restaurant
serving northern Italian cuisine
with Southern/regional ingredients.
5:30-10 pm Mon.-Sun.
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Green Hills
The Bluebird Cafe, American,
4104 Hillsboro Rd., 615-383-1461.
Share in Nashville’s music history
at one of the city’s most famous
venues. Menu includes sandwiches,
salads and featured hot entrees.
5 pm-12 am Tue.-Thu., 5:30 pm-12 am
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Fri.-Mon.
Table 3 Restaurant & Market,
French, 3821 Green Hills Village Dr.,
615-739-6900. Offering an authentic
brasserie/bistro dining experience
with an affordable wine list and
menu, while striving to use highquality, fresh ingredients.
11 am-11 pm Mon.-Sun.
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The Gulch
The 404 Kitchen, American,
404 12th Ave. S., 615-251-1404.
Chef Bolus offers a modern take
on classic European cuisine, with
a menu determined by available
produce and provisions from local
farms, as well as herbs grown on the
restaurant’s rooftop garden. 5-10 pm
Tue.-Thu., 5-11 pm Fri.-Sat.
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Adele’s by Jonathan Waxman,
American, 1210 McGavock St.,
615-988-9700. Wonderful Americanstyle bar and grill by well-known chef
Jonathan Waxman. Located in The
Gulch between Vanderbilt University
and downtown. Great bar, dining and
private-event space. 5 pm until close
Mon.-Sat. dinner, 4-9 pm Sun. dinner,
11 am-3 pm Sat.-Sun. brunch, 11:30
am-3 pm Fri. lunch.
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Bar Louie, American, 314 11th Ave.
S., 615-457-1632. An eclectic, trendy
bar with warm surroundings. Made
famous by our handcrafted signature
martinis, we also feature an
exceptional selection of uniquely
presented American food traditionally
and regionally inspired. 11-2 am Sun.bar​lou​iea​mer​ica​.co​m/
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Cantina Laredo, Mexican,
592 12th Ave. S., 615-259-9280.
Serving authentic gourmet
Mexican dishes in a sophisticated
atmosphere. 11 am-10 pm Mon.-Thu.,
11 am-11 pm Fri.-Sat., 11 am-9 pm Sun.
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City Fire American Oven & Bar,
Eclectic, 610 12th Ave. S.,
615-401-9103. A comfortable
neighborhood restaurant combining

both rustic and modern elements. The
restaurant’s menu features classic
flavors cooked in a unique, openflamed stone-fire oven. 11 am-9 pm
Sun., 11 am-10 pm Mon.-Wed., 11-1 am
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Thu.-Sat.
Hops + Crafts, American, 319 12th
Ave. S., 615-678-8631. Featuring 36
draft craft beers from across the
country, as well as local beer and
local food. If you can’t decide on a
beer, come try a Tennessee Sampler
from six different and local
breweries. 2-11 pm Mon.-Thu.,
12-11 pm Fri. and Sun., 11 am-11 pm
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Kayne Prime, Steak & Seafood,
1103 McGavock St., 615-259-0050.
Nashville’s independent, “boutique
steakhouse” gem and M Street’s
crown jewel, featuring views of the
historic train yards, Union Station
and the downtown skyline. 5-10 pm
Sun.-Thu., 5-11 pm Fri.-Sat.
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Moto, Italian, 1120 McGavock St.,
615-736-5305. Featuring inspired
rustic-modern Italian cuisine
with headliners of seasonal market
items, pizzas and perfectly crafted
house-made pasta dishes. 5 pm-12 am.
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Party Fowl, Southern, 719 Eighth
Ave. S., 615-624-8225. A mouthful of
the South: handcrafted cocktails and
local brews, live music and great
food. Specializing in “Nashville hot”
and Southern fried chicken. 11 am-10
pm Mon.-Sat., 11 am-9 pm Sun.
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Peg Leg Porker BBQ, Barbecue,
903 Gleaves St., 615-829-6023.
Specializing in Tennessee dry ribs
and pulled pork. Hickory-smoked
for more than 18 hours to perfection.
On weekends, a whole hog is on a
20-foot brick pit on the front patio.
Enjoy the view, cold brew and some
great ’cue. 11 am-10 pm Mon.-Sat.
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Prima, Steak & Seafood,
700 12th Ave. S., 615-873-4232.
Known for its contemporary
European cuisine infused with South
American and Latin flavors, Prima
serves up a remarkable experience
in the heart of Nashville’s Gulch
district. 5-10 pm Sun.-Thu., 5-11 pm
pri​man​ash​vil​le.​com
Fri.-Sat.
Saint Añejo, Mexican,
1120 McGavock St., 615-736-5301.
Nashville’s rock ‘n’ roll, cantina-chic
restaurant features inspired
Mexican cuisine, Latin mixology,

Live Music

dining
and a premium tequila and mezcal
menu of more than 120 labels. 11-1 am
sai​nta​nej​o.c​om
Mon.-Sun.

11 am-9 pm Mon.-Thu., 11 am-10 pm
Fri., 10 am-10 pm Sat., 10 am-9 pm
fon​tan​el.​com
Sun.

Sambuca, Eclectic,
601 12th Ave. S., 615-248-2888.
Dine, drink and dance the night
away at Nashville’s premier supper
club, offering eclectic dining and
live music nightly. Entrees include
mozzarella and prosciutto beignets
and pan-seared sea bass, just to
name a couple. 11 am-11:30 pm
Mon.-Wed., 11-12 am Thu., 11-1 am
Fri., 6 pm-1:30 am Sat., 6-10 pm Sun.
sam​buc​are​sta​ura​nt.​com

Chef’s Market Cafe and Takeaway,
American, 900 Conference Dr.,
Goodlettsville, 615-851-2433. Ten
miles north of downtown, you will
find chef-inspired food in a casual,
family-friendly environment. Offering
an amazing selection of daily-crafted
soups, market salads, leaf salads,
chef-prepared gourmet entrées,
sandwiches and bakery items.
10:30 am-9 pm Mon.-Sat.
che​fsm​ark​et.​com

UP, A Rooftop Lounge, American,
Fairfield Inn & Suites Nashville
Downtown/The Gulch, 901 Division
St., 615-690-1740. Atop the Fairfield
Inn & Suites Nashville Downtown/
The Gulch, UP is a place that turns
UP the cool vibe and heats UP the
taste buds. 5-10 pm Sun., 5 pm-12 am
Mon.-Thu., 5 pm-1 am Fri.-Sat.
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Jack’s Bar B Que – Trinity Lane,
Barbecue, 334 W. Trinity Ln.,
615-228-2888. Proudly serving
barbecue from pit to plate, featuring
the best recipe styles from Tennessee,
Texas and St. Louis. 10:30 am-8 pm
Mon.-Thu., 10:30 am-9 pm Fri.-Sat., 11
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am-7 pm Sun.

Virago, Asian, 1126 McGavock St.,
615-254-1902. Nashville’s premier
Asian-fusion and sushi restaurant.
From the award-winning modern-zen
design, exquisite service and
energetic lounge scene, Virago
creates an experience to excite all
the senses.  5 pm-12 am Mon.-Sun.
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Watermark Restaurant, American,
507 12th Ave. S., 615-254-2000.
Featuring a menu that is distinctive
in the Nashville market by its
culinary emphasis on exceptional
Southern products, classically
prepared, and warm, professional
service. 5-9:30 pm Mon.-Thu.,
5:30-10 pm Fri.-Sat.
wat​erm​ark​- re​sta​ura​nt.​com
Whiskey Kitchen, Southern,
118 12th Ave. S., 615-254-3029.
Located in Nashville’s hip Gulch
neighborhood, this tavern-chic spot
serves up gourmet pub fare and an
extensive spirits menu in a stylish,
lively environment. 11-1 am Mon.-Sun.
mst​ree​tna​shv​ill​e.c​om

Metro Center/
North Nashville
Café Fontanella, Italian,
4125 Whites Creek Pk., 615-724-1601.
An award-winning Italian kitchen
and bar featuring Nashville’s most
unique and authentic Italian dining
experience, with a wide variety of
daily specials featuring our chef’s
latest and favorite creations.

Lenny’s Sub Shop, Deli,
1025 Nashville Pk., Ste. 130, Gallatin,
615-452-3800. Makes the best-tasting
sub sandwiches! All-American subs
with fresh-baked bread at every shop
every day. 10:30 am-9 pm Mon.-Fri.,
11 am-9 pm Sat., 11 am-6 pm Sun.
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Whites Creek Bistro at Fontanel,
American, 4125 Whites Creek Pk.,
615-724-1600. Designed to meet the
light fare needs of guests making
a day of it at Fontanel’s unique
destination location. Choose between
sandwiches, pastas, salads or meat
and cheese options. 7 am-4 pm daily.
fon​tan​el.​com

Music Row/Demonbreun
Dan McGuinness Irish Pub,
Irish, 1538 Demonbreun St.,
615-252-1991. By creating a warm
Irish atmosphere with a combination
of great food and friendly service,
Dan McGuinness Pub has become
the place to be. Our menu offers
many Irish dishes, but also many
American favorites. 11-3 am daily.
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Dawg House Saloon,
American, 1522 Demonbreun St.,
615-864-7393. A new twist on an
American classic. Being sent to the
Dawg House ain’t as miserable as
it used to be. A music venue with a
sports addiction. 11-3 am Mon.-Sat.,
fac​ebo​ok.​com​/
10-3 am Sun.
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DeSano Pizza Bakery, Italian,
115 16th Ave. S., 615-953-1168.


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Serving authentic Napoletana pizza.
Join us in our family-style kitchen for
the most affordable trip your mouth
will ever take to Italy. 11:30 am until
the dough runs out.
des​ano​piz​za.​com
Tin Roof Demonbreun,
American, 1516 Demonbreun St.,
615-313-7103. The original Tin Roof,
located on Music Row, has been
Nashville’s go-to live music joint
for more than 13 years. Casual and
eclectic, the Roof can host groups of
any size. 11-3 am Mon.-Fri., 12 pm-3 am
tin​roo​fde​mon​bre​un.​com
Sat.
Two Bits, American,
1520 Demonbreun St.,
615-750-3536. Free arcade games,
specially crafted cocktails, and a
one-of-a-kind menu, this is the
perfect place to kick back and enjoy
a night out. Private or semi-private
space available. 11-3 am.
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Opryland/Music Valley
Aquarium Restaurant, American,
516 Opry Mills Dr., 615-514-3474.
Dive into a dining adventure!
Delicious seafood served in an
unbelievable underwater setting. 
It’s fun for the whole family. 11 am9 pm Mon.-Thu., 11 am-9:30 pm
Fri.-Sat., 11 am-7 pm Sun.
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Cascades American Cafe at
Gaylord Opryland® Resort &
Convention Center, American,
2800 Opryland Dr., 615-458-6848.
Starting with breakfast and moving
into lunch and dinner, Cascades
serves modern classics in a dramatic
atrium setting surrounded by soothing
waterways. 6:30-11 am, 11:30 am-3 pm,
5-10 pm; 5-11 pm Fri.-Sat.
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Claim Jumper Restaurant,
American, 514 Opry Mills Dr.,
615-649-0785. Ideal for celebrating
special occasions, hosting a
business lunch, or gathering with
friends and family. Open daily for
lunch and dinner. 11 am-9 pm Mon.Thu., 11 am-9:30 pm Fri.-Sat., 11 amcla​imj​ump​er.​com
7 pm Sun.
Cock of the Walk, Southern,
2624 Music Valley Dr., 615-889-1930.
Enjoy great Southern food and
hospitality at Nashville’s most unique
restaurant. Offering U.S. farm-raised
catfish served family-style. 5-9 pm
Mon.-Fri., 4-9 pm Sat., 11 am-9 pm Sun.
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Dave & Buster’s, American,
Opry Mills Mall, 540 Opry Mills Dr.,
615-970-3800. Create your own
experience where great food,
signature drinks and one-of-a-kind
fun can be found under one enormous
roof. Offering billiards, cosmic bowling
and more than 150 video games. 11-12
am Sun.-Thu., 11-1 am Fri.-Sat.
dav​ean​dbu​ste​rs.​com
Findley’s Irish Pub at Gaylord
Opryland® Resort & Convention
Center, Irish, 2800 Opryland Dr.,
615-458-6848. Unwind at our antique
wooden bar with a pint of craft beer
and pub-style favorites. 5-11 pm.
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Fuse Sports Bar at Gaylord
Opryland® Resort & Convention
Center, American, 2800 Opryland Dr.,
615-458-6848. Watch the game on
one of 100-plus HDTVs at this nextgeneration sports bar, serving up
tailgate-inspired favorites perfect
for sharing. 11 am until close.
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General Jackson Showboat,
Southern, 2812 Opryland Dr.,
615-458-3900. Evening cruises,
which include an elegant threecourse dinner and a fabulous stage
production, and midday cruises,
which offer one of Nashville’s only
daytime country music shows and a
delicious lunch buffet, on the scenic
Cumberland River. Midday boards
11:15 am, departs noon, returns
2:30 pm; evening boards 6:15 pm,
departs 7 pm, returns 10 pm.
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Jack Daniel’s at Gaylord
Opryland® Resort & Convention
Center, Southern, 2800 Opryland Dr.,
615-458-6848. Experience the fine
tradition of great Southern food. Sample
hand-selected “Tennessee sippin’
whiskey” from the distillery. Lunch
11:30 am-3:30 pm, dinner 5 pm until
close.
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John A’s, Southern, 2421 Music
Valley Dr., 615-885-1540. A place
where Opry stars and struggling
musicians alike can go to unwind in a
laid-back atmosphere that resonates
with the Nashville sound. 3 pm-12 am
Sun.-Thu., 3 pm-1 am Fri., 11-1 am Sat.
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Miss Jeanne’s Mystery Dinner
Theatre, American, 2416 Music
Valley Dr., 615-902-9566. A comedic
mystery play with live music and a
wonderful dinner. Each table
becomes a team to decipher clues,

bribe suspects with their Miss
Marple’s currency and try to solve
the crime. Reservations required.
7-10 pm.
mis​sje​ann​es.​com
Music Valley Merchants
Association, 2613 McGavock Pk..
Live music, shopping, camping,
food, fun and more. Some of the
most unique Nashville attractions are
located here, too. The place people
roam to have fun Nashville-style!
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Nashville Nightlife Dinner
Theater, Southern, 2416 Music
Valley Dr., Ste. 139, 615-885-4747.
Dine with the stars. Enjoy a full
Southern buffet with all the trimmings
and a 90-minute country music
variety show. Groups welcome.
Doors open at 5:30 pm for dinner,
show begins at 6:30 pm.
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Nashville Palace, Southern,
2611 McGavock Pk., 615-889-1540.
Enjoy dinner where Nashville country
music superstars Randy Travis and
Ricky Van Shelton got started. Located
across from Gaylord Opryland® Resort
& Convention Center and the Grand
Ole Opry, you never know who you’ll
see at the world-famous Nashville
Palace. 4-11:30 pm Mon.-Sun.
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Old Hickory Steakhouse at
Gaylord Opryland® Resort &
Convention Center, Steak &
Seafood, 2800 Opryland Dr.,
615-458-6848. A nod to President
Andrew Jackson’s nickname,
our signature restaurant features
1855 Black Angus beef seared to
perfection, artisan cheeses and
an extensive wine list. 5-10 pm
Mon.-Thu., 5-11 pm Fri.-Sat.
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Opry Backstage Grill, Southern,
2401 Music Valley Dr., 615-231-8854.
The show that made country music
famous is now making its mark on
Southern cuisine. Visit for lunch or
dinner, or come by after the show
and experience the music, food
and fun. 11 am-10:30 pm Sun.-Thu.,
11 am-11:30 pm Fri.-Sat.
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Opry Mills, 433 Opry Mills Dr.,
615-514-1100. Featuring 200 stores,
restaurants and entertainment
venues under one roof. Restaurants
include Aquarium Restaurant,
Romano’s Macaroni Grill, Chuy’s
Mexican Food, Dave & Buster’s,

Johnny Rocket’s, Rainforest Cafe
and many more. 10 am-9 pm Mon.Sat., 11 am-7 pm Sun. opr​ymi​lls​.co​m
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Rainforest Cafe, American,
Opry Mills Mall, 353 Opry Mills Dr.,
615-514-3000. Escape to a tropical
adventure full of exotic ambiance,
entertaining animatronic gorillas,
trumpeting elephants and whimsical
butterflies. Menu contains fresh
seafood, crisp salads, delicious
sandwiches and enticing entrées.
11 am-7 pm Sun., 11 am-9 pm
Mon.-Thu., 11 am-9:30 pm Fri.-Sat.
rai​nfo​res​tca​fe.​com
Ravello – Southern Italian Cuisine
at Gaylord Opryland® Resort &
Convention Center, Italian,
2800 Opryland Dr., 615-458-6848.
Enjoy a dinner inspired by the Italian
coastal town of Ravello. Begin with
selections from our antipasti bar and
sample house-made pasta – all in a lush
garden setting. 5-10 pm Mon.-Thu., 5-11
pm Fri.-Sat.
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Santa Fe Cattle Co., Steak &
Seafood, 2520 Music Valley Dr.,
615-885-7852. Food from guarded
scratch recipes and employees to
serve you with the best of Southern
hospitality. Steaks are cooked over real
hickory wood to your specifications.
Featuring killer ribs and peanuts galore.
11 am-10 pm Sun.-Thu., 11 am-11 pm
Fri.-Sat.
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Scoreboard Bar & Grill,
Southern, 2408 Music Valley Dr.,
615-883-3866. A restaurant and bar
with open-air seating and a sports
focus.  11-2:45 am Mon.-Sun.
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Solario Cantina – Authentic
Mexican Cuisine at Gaylord
Opryland® Resort & Convention
Center, Mexican, 2800 Opryland Dr.,
615-458-6848. Enjoy the bold,
traditional flavors of authentic
Mexican cuisine along with our
signature margaritas, infused
tequilas and fresh-made guacamole.
4-9 pm Sun.-Thu., 4 pm until close
Fri.-Sat.
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Wasabi’s Sushi Bar at Gaylord
Opryland® Resort & Convention
Center, Asian, 2800 Opryland Dr.,
615-458-6848. Japanese-style sushi
and a broad selection of traditional
sake and beer are served amid lazily
swimming koi and the soothing
sound of waterfalls inside the
Cascades American Cafe. 11:30 am11 pm.
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Live Music

dining

South Nashville
Bar-B-Cutie Nashville/Brentwood,
Barbecue, 5221 Nolensville Rd.,
615-834-6556. Everything made
fresh. Hickory-smoked pork, brisket,
mesquite chicken and baby back
ribs. Homemade sides, including
whipped potatoes, green beans,
coleslaw and more. Try ‘Cutie
favorites such as banana pudding,
brisket nachos, barbecue on fried
cornbread and Southern sweet tea.
bar​- b- ​cut​ie.​com
7 am-9 pm.

Sylvan Park
The Local Taco, Mexican,
4501 Murphy Rd., 615-891-3271.
Creative tacos (Southern fried
chicken, Korean barbecue, tequila
lime chicken), margaritas, outdoor
patio, local products, great
neighborhoods (Sylvan Park and
Brentwood). 11 am-10 pm Mon.-Sat.,
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11 am-8 pm Sun.

West End/
Vanderbilt/Midtown
1808 Grille, American,
1808 West End Ave., 615-340-0012.
At once elegant and casual, familiar
yet unique. Enjoy the four-star New
American cuisine and extensive
wine list. Seasonal menus of local
ingredients add the distinctive flavor of
Tennessee to global favorites. 6:30 am9:30 pm Sun.-Thu., 6:30 am-10 pm Fri.180​8gr​ill​e.c​om
Sat.
Amerigo Italian Restaurant,
Italian, 1920 West End Ave.,
615-320-1740. A locally owned
restaurant specializing in authentic
Italian pastas, handmade pizzas,
fresh seafood, wood-fired steaks
and extensive wine offerings.
Private dining rooms, group seating,
reservations and catering services
available for groups of any size.
11 am-10 pm Sun.-Thu., 11 am-10:30 pm
ame​rig​o.n​et
Fri.-Sat.
Bound’ry Restaurant, Steak
& Seafood, 911 20th Ave. S.,
615-321-3043. With a divine and
eclectic menu featuring global cuisine,
the Bound’ry is where all borders
meet. See the live oak tree growing
in the downstairs bar. Open-air dining
available. 5-10 pm Sun.-Thu., 5-11 pm
bou​ndr​yre​sta​ura​nt.​com
Fri.-Sat.
The Catbird Seat, Eclectic,
1711 Division St., 615-810-8200.
A 32-seat restaurant that features
an ever-changing, nine-course menu

of seasonally inspired dishes by
acclaimed chefs. 5:30-10 pm Wed.-Sat.
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Commodore Grille, American,
Holiday Inn Vanderbilt, 2613 West
End Ave., 615-327-4707. Located
inside the Holiday Inn Vanderbilt.
Live music beginning at 7 pm nightly.
Come early, stay late! Breakfast
6-10 am, dinner 5-11 pm Mon.-Sun.
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co​mmo​dor​e -g​ril​le.​htm
Five Guys Famous Burgers and
Fries – West End, American,
2018 West End Ave., 615-320-3678.
Burgers made from scratch: handpatted, American beef, never frozen,
with all toppings freshly prepared
daily. Hand-cut fries, twice-cooked
in 100 percent pure peanut oil.
11 am-10 pm daily.
fiv​egu​ys.​com
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse
& Wine Bar, Steak & Seafood,
2525 West End Ave., Ste. 220,
615-342-0131. Creating the magic
of a great evening out with an inviting
ambiance, 100 wines by the glass
and a focus on prime beef. Guests
are provided with friendly service,
a warm atmosphere and memorable
times. 5-10 pm Mon.-Thu., 4:30-11 pm
Fri.-Sat., 4-9 pm Sun.
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Giovanni Ristorante, Italian,
909 20th Ave. S., 615-760-5932.
An upscale northern Italian restaurant
specializing in homemade pastas,
veal, fresh seafood and risotto. 11 am10 pm Sun.-Mon., 11 am-11 pm Tue.-Sat.
gio​van​nin​ash​vil​le.​com
Hattie B’s Hot Chicken, Southern,
112 19th Ave. S., 615-678-4794.
A family-owned and -operated hot
chicken joint serving Nashville-style
hot chicken, local craft beers,
and made-from-scratch sides and
desserts all day, every day. Located
in the heart of Midtown. 11 am-10 pm
Mon.-Thu., 11-12 am Fri.-Sat., 11 am4 pm Sun.
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Jimmy Kelly’s, Steak & Seafood,
217 Louise Ave., 615-329-4349. This
Nashville dining tradition has been
impressing guests with its hospitality
and great food since 1934. Located in a
historic Victorian mansion. 5 pm-12 am
Mon.-Sat.
jim​myk​ell​ys.​com
Maggiano’s Little Italy, Italian,
3106 West End Ave., 615-514-0270.
There is an old Italian proverb that
says, “At the table, no one grows old.”
And so it is at Maggiano’s Little Italy.
Time stands still when you share
delicious food, drink and good times
with family and friends. 11 am-10 pm


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Mon.-Thu., 11 am-11 pm Fri.-Sat., 11:30
am-9 pm Sun.
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Magnolia South, Southern,
1808 Hayes St., 615-840-6167.
The owners have created an intimate
fine-dining experience that is itself a
destination. Immerse yourself in the
experience of this fine-dining, Southerncuisine experience in Nashville. 11 am2 pm, 5-10 pm Mon.-Thu.; 11 am-2 pm,
5-11 pm Fri.; 10 am-2 pm, 5-11 pm Sat.;
10 am-2 pm Sun.
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Mason’s, Southern, Loews
Vanderbilt Hotel, 2100 West End
Ave., 615-321-1990. If it’s Southern
food you’re interested in, look no
further. Enjoy classic Southern
dishes with a modern twist, or live
music and creative cocktails at
Mason Bar. 6:30 am-10 pm.
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Park25 Bistro, American,
2555 West End Ave., 615-340-5127.
Savor the flavors of fine dining in
Nashville at Park25 Bistro, an
American bistro with a Southern flare.
The perfect place for creative cocktails
and appetizers in a sophisticated
setting. 6:30 am-11 pm Mon.-Fri.,
7 am-11 pm Sat.-Sun.
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The Row, Southern, 110 Lyle Ave.,
615-321-1224. We pay homage to the
musicians who changed the world
and the songs we sing by creating
delicious, homemade Southern fare.
Delicious Southern cuisine prepared
using fresh, locally sourced
ingredients. 7:30-12 am Mon.-Fri.,
9-12 am Sat., 9 am-10 pm Sun.
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Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Steak
& Seafood, 2100 West End Ave.,
615-320-0163. Offering steaks and
seafood to satisfy palates of every
kind. 5-10:30 pm Mon.-Sat., 5-9:30 pm
Sun.
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Soulshine Pizza Factory,
American, 1907 Division St.,
615-401-9859. An authentic pizzeria
that is locally owned and operated.
Forget the regular chain-style pizza
and drop in for the real deal of freshbaked, piping-hot pizzas, calzones
and more. 11 am-9:30 pm Sun. and
Tue.-Wed., 11 am-10:30 pm Thu.-Sat.
sou​lsh​ine​piz​za.​com
South Street Original Crab Shack
and Authentic Dive Bar, Southern,
907 20th Ave. S., 615-320-5555.
Premier open-air restaurant and bar.
The atmosphere is laid-back with
roll-back glass doors for warmweather fun and a fireplace for

cozying up in the winter. Walk up the
steps to the Tree House Oyster Bar.
11-12 am Sun.-Thu., 11-2 am Fri.-Sat.
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Stoney River Legendary Steaks –
Nashville, Steak & Seafood,
3015 West End Ave., 615-340-9550.
An upscale steakhouse specializing
in hand-cut steaks and gourmet
entrees, served in a sophisticated
atmosphere by professional servers.
Enjoy a handcrafted cocktail, local
draft beer or glass of wine from our
boutique wine list. 5-10 pm Mon.-Fri.,
4-10 pm Sat., 12-9 pm Sun.
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Tavern, American, 1904 Broadway,
615-320-8580. The ultimate “chef’s
pub” experience and a local foodie
favorite. The bar serves up an
extensive list of wines, spirits,
beers and sophisticated mixologist
creations. 11-12 am Mon.-Thu., 11-3 am
Fri., 10-3 am Sat., 10-12 am Sun.
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Union Common, Steak & Seafood,
1929 Broadway, 615-329-4565. From
starters to steaks, sides and sweets,
guests can explore the menu to
customize a meal to their cravings at
this social-concept steakhouse. 5-11 pm
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Mon.-Sun.
Winners Bar & Grill, American,
1913 Division St., 615-340-0004.
Nashville’s most wanted bar. Cold
beer. Live music. Join us Monday
nights for Whiskey Jam. 11 am-10 pm
Mon.-Thu., 11 am-11 pm Fri.-Sat.,
11 am-9 pm Sun.
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West Nashville
Bria Bistro Italiano, Italian,
8128 Hwy. 100 S., 615-646-8274.
The best-kept secret on the west
side. This neighborhood spot offers
seasonal creations and features an
open kitchen with a brick oven. Halfprice bottles of wine Sun. and Wed.

Union Common

4:30-9 pm Sun.-Thu., 4:30-10 pm
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Fri.-Sat.
Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theatre,
American, 8204 Hwy. 100,
615-646-9977. Nashville’s first
professional theater. Serving up
great buffets and Broadway plays
for more than 40 years. Box office
9 am-8 pm Tue.-Sat., shows Thu.-Sat.
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The Harding House at Belle
Meade Plantation, Southern,
5025 Harding Rd., 615-356-0096.
Serving local favorites with a unique
flair and warmth indicative of the
plantation’s original inhabitants.
Sure to welcome every guest with the
Southern hospitality and charm that
permeates this historic landmark.
11 am-3 pm Mon.-Fri., 9 am-3 pm
Sat.-Sun.
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The Loveless Cafe, Southern,
8400 Hwy. 100, 615-646-9700.
Known worldwide for scratch-made
biscuits and traditional Southern
cuisine, The Loveless Cafe is the
quintessential Nashville dining
experience. Plan your visit to
include shopping at The Loveless
retail shops. 8 am-8 pm Mon.-Fri.,
8 am-9 pm Sat.-Sun.
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TailGate Brewery, American,
7300 Charlotte Pk., 615-457-1424.
A production craft brewery in West
Nashville that is open to the public
every day, has an artisan food menu,
is all ages, hosts daily special events
and free tours on weekends. 3-9 pm
Sun.-Thu., 3-11 pm Fri., 12-11 pm Sat.
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Outside
Davidson County
Barefoot Charlie’s Restaurant,
American, 125 Sanders Ferry Rd.,
Hendersonville, 615-431-2859.

Escape to the lake to enjoy great
food prepared fresh and with a
tropically inspired attitude. Families
welcome. Golden Tee, shuffleboard
and HDTVs. Live entertainment most
weekends, no cover. 11 am-11 pm
Mon.-Thu., 11-1 am Fri.-Sat., 11 ambar​efo​otc​har​lie​s.n​et
9 pm Sun.
Martin’s BBQ Joint – Mt. Juliet,
Barbecue, 200 Crossings Ln.,
Ste. 500, Mt. Juliet, 615-686-2066.
Located just east of Nashville, owner
Patrick Martin incorporates the art
of west Tennessee, whole-hog
barbecue. Martin’s was named by
Bon Appétit as one of America’s top
10 new barbecue restaurants. 11 ammar​tin​sbb​qjo​int​.co​m
9 pm daily.
Martin’s BBQ Joint – Nolensville,
Barbecue, 7238 Nolensville Rd.,
Nolensville, 615-776-1856. Just south
of Nashville, owner Patrick Martin
incorporates the art of west
Tennessee, whole-hog barbecue.
Martin’s was named by Bon Appétit
as one of America’s top 10 new
barbecue restaurants. 11 am-9 pm
mar​tin​sbb​qjo​int​.co​m
daily.
Mere Bulles, American,
5201 Maryland Way, Brentwood,
615-467-1945. A down-to-earth,
fun and elegant atmosphere with
upscale American comfort food.
11 am-9:30 pm Mon.-Fri., 5-9:30 pm
Sat., 10 am-2 pm Sun.
mer​ebu​lle​s.c​om
Puckett’s Grocery – Historic
Downtown Franklin, Meat & Three,
120 Fourth Ave. S., Franklin,
615-794-5527. Founded in the
‘50s, we’ve updated a bit, but it’s
still Puckett’s Grocery – nothing
too fancy, but everything good. It’s
where the locals go for real food, real
people and real fun. 7 am-9 pm daily.
puc​ket​tsg​roc​ery​.co​m
Saffire, Southern, 230 Franklin Rd.,
Franklin, 615-599-4995. A good view
lets you watch chefs perform in the
exposed kitchen. From the casual
lunch menu and elaborate dinner
menu to an amazing wine list and
daily dessert menu, there’s a lot to
choose from at Saffire. 11 am-9 pm
Tue.-Thu. and Sun., 11 am-10 pm
saf​fir​ere​sta​ura​nt.​com
Fri.-Sat.
Stoney River Legendary Steaks –
Cool Springs, Steak & Seafood,
1726 Galleria Blvd., Franklin,
615-778-0230. A profoundly
comfortable and creative combination
of upscale service and food in an
atmosphere that truly encourages you
to relax. 5-9:30 pm Mon.-Thu., 5-10 pm
Fri., 4-10 pm Sat., 11:30 am-9 pm Sun.
sto​ney​riv​er.​com

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The Sutler Saloon

M.L.Rose Craft Beer & Burgers,
2535 Franklin Pk., 615-712-8160.
The best neighborhood bar in
Nashville offering specialty burgers
made with amazing all-natural beef,
a selection of more than 80 beers,
a large patio, great jukebox and 10
HDTVs. 11-2 am Mon.-Fri., 10-2 am
Sat.-Sun. mlr​ose​.co​m
The Sutler Saloon,
2600 Franklin Pk., 615-840-6124.
A historic, lively saloon and bar
featuring Southern craft cocktails
and beer; eclectic, creative Southern
cuisine; and authentic live music.
11 am-10 pm Mon.-Thu., 11-1 am Fri.Sat., 5-10 pm Sun. the​sut​ler​.co​m

Airport/Donelson
McNamara’s Irish Pub &
Restaurant, 2740 Old Lebanon Rd.,
615-885-7262. Offering top-notch
traditional Irish and American folk
music Tue.-Sun. No cover charge,
reservations accepted. 11 am-10 pm
Tue.-Thu. and Sun., 11-12 am Fri.-Sat.
mcn​ama​ras​iri​shp​ub.​com

Located in the heart of downtown
Nashville with views of Broadway and
the riverfront. Offering 22,000 square
feet of entertainment and dining,
including the largest one-level
event venue on Broadway. 11-2 am
Mon.-Sun. the​acm​ena​shv​ill​e.c​om
Advertising Partner, p. 99
Bailey’s Sports Grille,
408 Broadway, 615-254-5452.
Featuring live music Mon.-Sat.
Come check out local, live musicians
playing all your favorite hits.
11-2 am daily. fox​and​hou​nd.​com

Pink Slip Lounge, Hotel Preston,
733 Briley Pkwy., 615-361-5900.
“You’re not from around here,
are you?” Neither is most of this
Nashville hotel bar’s clientele. Have
a drink and introduce yourself,
stranger. Closed Sun. hot​elp​res​ton​
.co​m/h​ote​l -p​res​ton​- re​sta​ura​nt- ​bar

Barbershop Harmony Society,
110 Seventh Ave. N., 615-823-3993.
The largest all-male singing
organization in the world, with 30,000
members focused on building better
lives through singing. 8 am-5 pm
Mon.-Fri. bar​ber​sho​p.o​rg

Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge
Airport, Nashville International
Airport, One Terminal Dr.,
615-275-1675. Famed country music
venue and tavern, Nashville-based
Tootsies offers patrons atmosphere,
entertainment and an all-star menu.
too​tsi​es.​net

The Big Bang, 411 Broadway,
Ste. 201, 615-747-5851. Nashville’s
only dueling piano bar! Located in
the heart of downtown, our secondfloor balcony provides a spectacular
view, and our entertainers perform
your favorite song requests live every
night! Tue.-Sat. the​big​ban​gba​r.c​om

Belmont/
Hillsboro Village

Bootleggers Inn, 207 Broadway,
615-457-3983. Featuring two
floors of bootlegging, live music,
moonshine, whiskey barrels,
Mason jars and more. 12 pm-2:30 am
Mon.-Sun. boo​tle​gge​rsn​ash​vil​le.​com

Belcourt Theatre,
2102 Belcourt Ave., 615-846-3150.
The leading exhibitor of independent,
foreign and repertory film programming
in Nashville, and an intimate music
venue. The theater has been
nationally recognized and is an
original member of the Sundance
Art House project. Hours depend
on showtimes. bel​cou​r t.​org

Downtown – Broadway
Acme Feed & Seed,
101 Broadway, 615-915-0888.

Bridgestone Arena,
501 Broadway, 615-770-2000.
The home of the NHL Nashville
Predators is also the site of blockbuster
events and headliner concerts. Jonas
Brothers, Elton John and Billy Joel are
a few of the headliners who included
Bridgestone Arena on their tour.
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Frist Center for the Visual Arts,
919 Broadway, 615-244-3340.
A world-class art center dedicated
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schedule of exhibitions. Also features
the interactive ArtQuest gallery, live
music on Thu. and Fri. evenings, and
a gift shop and cafe, all surrounded by
gorgeous architecture. 10 am-5:30 pm
Mon.-Wed. and Sat., 10 am-9 pm
Thu.-Fri., 1-5:30 pm Sun.
fri​stc​ent​er.​org
Advertising Partner, p. 29
Full Moon Saloon,
423 Broadway, 615-259-3765.
A live country and western music
venue with TVs for sports viewing
in addition to music. 6 pm-3 am
Mon., 2 pm-3 am Tue.-Fri., 11-3 am
Sat., 2 pm-3 am Sun.
ful​lmo​ons​alo​onn​ash​vil​le.​com
Hard Rock Cafe, 100 Broadway,
615-742-9900. Hey, hard rockers –
you know who you are – come on
down and party like a rock star in
historic downtown Nashville, where
rock ‘n’ roll lives. 10:30 am-11 pm
Sun.-Thu., 10:30-12 am Fri.-Sat.
har​dro​ck.​com​/na​shv​ill​e
Advertising Partner, p. 2
Honky Tonk Central,
329 Broadway, 615-726-0463.
Nashville’s latest and greatest honky
tonk on legendary Lower Broadway.
Three stories of live music, great food
and the best time in Nashville. 10-3 am
Mon.-Sun. hon​kyt​onk​cen​tra​l.c​om
Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville,
322 Broadway, 615-208-9080.
Come “conky tonkin” in the heart of
downtown Nashville on honky tonk
row! Great Southern food and the
best bars on Broadway. 11-2 am.
mar​gar​ita​vil​len​ash​vil​le.​com
Advertising Partner, p. 80
Layla’s Bluegrass Inn,
418 Broadway, 615-726-2799.
Part of honky tonk row (the clubs
of Lower Broadway) and home to
country, hillbilly, rockabilly, Western,
Americana, bluegrass, newgrass and
many different styles appealing to
music fans from all over the world.

12 pm-12 am Sun.-Mon., 12 pm-1 am
Tue., 12 pm-2 am Wed.-Sat.
lay​las​blu​egr​ass​inn​.co​m
Legends Corner, 428 Broadway,
615-248-6334. Featuring live music
all day and night. Check out the vast
collection of music memorabilia,
including instruments from around
the world, and hundreds of record
albums on the walls. 10-3 am
Mon.-Sun. leg​end​sco​rne​r.c​om
Advertising Partner, p. 22
Nashville Crossroads,
419 Broadway, 615-313-8012.
The real deal in live music. Located
in the heart of honky tonk row and
offering a dynamic mix of country,
rock and blues. What happens in
Nashville starts at Crossroads.
2 pm-3 am Sun. and Thu.-Fri.,
6 pm-3 am Mon.-Wed., 11-3 am Sat.
nas​hvi​lle​cro​ssr​oad​sba​r.c​om
Advertising Partner, p. 22
Nashville Visitor Center &
Marketplace – Broadway,
501 Broadway, 615-259-4747.
Located in the glass tower of the
Bridgestone Arena, this Visitor
Center offers discounted attraction
tickets, special hotel rates,
brochures, coupons and concierge
assistance. 8 am-5:30 pm Mon.-Sat.,
10 am-5 pm Sun. vis​itm​usi​cci​ty.​com​/
vi​sit​ors​/Vi​sit​orI​nfo​rma​tio​nCe​nte​r
Paradise Park Trailer Resort,
411 Broadway, 615-251-1515. Located
on Lower Broadway, this trailer parkthemed bar and grill features live
music daily, as well as homemade
burgers, sandwiches and more.
10:30-4 am. par​adi​sep​ark​onl​ine​.co​m
Rippy’s Smokin’ Bar & Grill,
429 Broadway, 615-244-7477.
Come join us for good times, great
food and the best live music in town!
11-2 am daily. rip​pys​bar​and​gri​ll.​com
Riverfront Park, 100 First Ave. N.
Located on First Avenue at
Broadway, Riverfront Park includes
views of the Cumberland River and
amphitheater for live concerts. Open
daily, dawn to dusk. nas​hvi​lle​.go​v/
P​ark​s -a​nd- ​Rec​rea​tio​n.a​spx
Robert’s Western World,
416 B Broadway, 615-244-9552.
Located in the heart of downtown
Nashville in the historic Lower
Broadway district. Nashville’s
undisputed home of traditional
country music. Come in for great
food, drinks and music. 11-2:30 am
daily. rob​ert​swe​ste​rnw​orl​d.c​om
The Second Fiddle,
420 Broadway, 615-248-4818.

Featuring memorabilia tracing the
history of country music, walls that
pay homage to the Grand Ole Opry
and dozens of radios all tuned to
WSM-AM 650. Join your rowdy
friends for a taste of the real honky
tonk. 2 pm-3 am Mon.-Thu., 11-3 am
Fri.-Sun. the​sec​ond​fid​dle​.co​m
Advertising Partner, p. 22
The Stage on Broadway,
412 Broadway, 615-726-0504.
Live music daily open to close. A
large mural of Willie, Waylon, Hank,
Johnny and Merle covers the wall.
Unique guitars hang over the bar.
The Stage is a little bit of Texas and
a whole lotta Nashville! 2 pm-3 am
Mon.-Wed., 11-3 am Thu.-Sat.
the​sta​geo​nbr​oad​way​.co​m
Advertising Partner, p. 22
Tavern ’96, Bridgestone Arena,
501 Broadway, 615-770-2000.
Looking for a new place for lunch,
a drink before or after a Preds game
or Bridgestone Arena event? Check
out the great selection of beer,
delicious food offerings and sports
programming on a daily basis. 11 am
until close. bri​dge​sto​nea​ren​a.c​om/​
pla​n -y​our​-vi​sit​/ta​ver​n -9​6
Tequila Cowboy, 305 Broadway,
615-742-9078. A great place to bring
friends and family for a night of allAmerican food in a rock ‘n’ rollinspired atmosphere. 4 pm until
close. teq​uil​aco​wbo​y.c​om
Tin Roof Broadway,
316 Broadway, 615-242-4446.
Centrally located on historic
Lower Broadway, this is the perfect
destination for live music all day, every
day. With more than 8,500 square feet
including an outdoor patio, the Roof
can host both private and semi-private
groups. 11-3 am. tin​roo​fbr​oad​way​.co​m
Tootsies Orchid Lounge,
422 Broadway, 615-726-0463.
The cornerstone of honky tonk row,
Tootsies is an original. Willie Nelson
got his first songwriting job after
singing here. Mel Tillis, Patsy Cline
and Kris Kristofferson were among
early patrons. 10-3 am Mon.-Sun.
too​tsi​es.​net
Troubadours Karaoke Bar,
423 B Broadway, Second Level,
615-742-1675. Located above
The Wheel on Lower Broadway
and featuring live DJ music and
karaoke. 6 pm-3 am daily.
tro​uba​dou​rsk​ara​oke​.co​m
Union Station Hotel –
Autograph Collection by Marriott,
1001 Broadway, 615-726-1001. The
modern incarnation of Nashville’s

iconic railroad station that originally
opened in 1900. The building was
transformed into a boutique hotel
in 1986 and renovated in 2007.
uni​ons​tat​ion​hot​eln​ash​vil​le.​com
Advertising Partner, p. 58
Wanna B’s Karaoke Bar,
305 Broadway, 615-742-9078.
Wanna be a star? Let your hair
down, grab a microphone and show
everyone how karaoke is really done
at Nashville’s hottest fun spot. 4 pm
until close. teq​uil​aco​wbo​yna​sh.​com
The Wheel, 421 Broadway,
615-742-1675. Broadway honky tonk
featuring live music daily. 2 pm-3 am
Sun.-Fri., 10-3 am Sat. fac​ebo​ok.​com​/
Th​ewh​eel​nas​hvi​lle
Whiskey Bent Saloon,
306 Broadway, 615-401-2580.
Look no further for a great place
to relax in Nashville! Featuring
lively bands, specialty bourbons,
no cover charge, ice-cold beer and
extra-friendly service. 12 pm-3 am
Mon.-Sun. whi​ske​ybe​nts​alo​on.​com

Downtown –
North of Broadway
Back Alley Diner, 217 Arcade
Alley, 615-251-3003. Great downtown
Nashville restaurant and bar for a
casual lunch or dinner, business
lunch meeting or just meeting friends
after work. Fresh, homemade food;
excellent service; full bar and a great
atmosphere. 10:30 am-9 pm Mon.-Fri.,
4 pm-3 am Sat. bac​kal​ley​din​er.​com
The Bridge, 611 Commerce St.,
615-255-8400. From music stars and
acoustic guitars, you’ll experience
all the entertainment Music City is
famous for and enjoy an adventure
you will never forget as live music
plays nightly. 11-12 am Sun.-Thu., 11-1 am
Fri.-Sat. mar​rio​tt.​com​/ho​tel​-re​sta​ura​nts​/
bn​ash​- re​nai​ssa​nce ​- na​shv​ill​e -h​ote​l/
t​he- ​bri​dge​/81​758​/ho​me- ​pag​e.m​i
The District Bar & Kitchen,
301 Union St., 615-891-6000. Located
inside the beautifully renovated
Hotel INDIGO and historic American
Trust and Nashville Trust buildings,
featuring delectable offerings and live
music every night. 12-10 pm Mon.-Thu.,
12-11 pm Fri.-Sat. fac​ebo​ok.​com​/
Th​eDi​str​ict​Bar​and​Kit​che​n
Advertising Partner, p. 52
Fourth & U, DoubleTree by
Hilton Nashville – Downtown,
315 Fourth Ave. N., 615-244-8200.
Will feature local musicians for your
entertainment, and when the weather
is right, enjoy the outdoor covered

Live Music

Live music & Entertainment
patio. 5-10 pm daily.
nas​hvi​lle​.do​ubl​etr​ee.​com
Musicians Hall of Fame and
Museum, Nashville Municipal
Auditorium, 401 Gay St.,
615-244-3263. Located downtown in
the Nashville Municipal Auditorium,
this is the one and only museum that
honors the talented musicians who
played on the greatest recordings of
all time. 10 am-5 pm Mon.-Sat.
mus​ici​ans​hal​lof​fam​e.c​om
Nashville Municipal Auditorium,
417 Fourth Ave. N., 615-862-6390.
Built in 1962, this downtown facility
hosts concerts, family shows and
trade shows. Everyone from rock
icons to circus stars have performed
in this 9,432-seat arena. 10 am-4:30 pm.
nas​hvi​lle​aud​ito​riu​m.c​om
Oak Bar, 231 Sixth Ave. N.,
615-345-7116. A private, relaxing
retreat – to begin an evening or bring
it to a satisfying close. The extensive
wine list, fully stocked bar and unique
environment have earned it many
“best bar in Nashville” titles. 11:30 am10 pm Mon.-Sat., 12-10 pm Sun.
cap​ito​lgr​ill​ena​shv​ill​e.c​om/​oak​-ba​r.a​spx
Public Square Park, 1 Public Sq.
Public Square Park is located at

Nashville City Hall and is home to
the Live on the Green concert series.
Open daily, dawn to dusk. nas​hvi​lle​
.go​v/P​ark​s -a​nd- ​Rec​rea​tio​n.a​spx
Puckett’s Grocery –
5th and Church, 500 Church St.,
615-770-2772. Like the South
and sweet tea, Puckett’s and live
music just go together! From up-andcomers to hit songwriters, we feature
Music City’s best live local music
nightly. 7 am-10 pm Mon.-Thu.,
7 am-11 pm Fri.-Sat., 7 am-9 pm Sun.
puc​ket​tsg​roc​ery​.co​m
Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth
Ave. N., 615-458-8700. Take a selfguided tour and have your picture
taken on the Opry’s stage. Or, take
the backstage tour and record your
own CD in the Ryman Recording
Studio. Return at night for a premier
concert! 9 am-4 pm. rym​an.​com
Advertising Partner, p. 35
Tennessee Performing Arts
Center (TPAC), 505 Deaderick St.,
615-782-4000. Four theaters are
designed for events ranging
from major Broadway musicals
to rock ‘n’ roll concerts. Hours
depend on showtimes. tpa​c.o​rg
Advertising Partner, p. 32

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War Memorial Auditorium,
Corner of Union & Seventh, 301 Sixth
Ave. N., 615-782-4000. Located in
a historic landmark across from the
Sixth Avenue entrance to TPAC. The
crescent-shaped stage, where several
live albums have been recorded,
contributes to the auditorium’s
superb acoustics. wma​roc​ks.​com

Downtown –
Printers Alley
Bourbon Street Blues
and Boogie Bar, 220 Printers Alley,
615-242-5837. Live music every day
for lunch, happy hour and evening.
Great food, great drinks and great
times. 11-3 am Mon.-Sun.
bou​rbo​nst​ree​tbl​ues​.co​m
Skull’s, Printers Alley.
A speakeasy with live music
every day and every night.

Downtown –
Second Avenue
B.B. King’s Blues Club &
Restaurant, 152 Second Ave. N.,
615-256-2727. Live entertainment

nightly, featuring some of Nashville’s
best talent. From Stacy Mitchhart to
Burning Las Vegas to our handpicked B.B. King’s All-Stars
Band. Nashville’s most unique
entertainment venue awaits you.
11-12 am Sun.-Thu., 11-2 am Fri.-Sat.
bbk​ing​clu​bs.​com
Benchmark Live Music and
Sports Bar & Grill, 117 Second Ave. N.,
615-742-8887. This live music and
sports venue offers a wide variety
of spirits, domestic and imported
beers, the famous frozen Nashville
Bushwhacker and a concentration
of local brews such as Yazoo, Turtle
Anarchy and Mayday. 4 pm-12 am
Mon.-Wed., 4 pm-2 am Thu., 11-3 am
Fri.-Sat., 11-12 am Sun.
ben​chm​ark​nas​hvi​lle​.co​m
Buffalo’s Billiard Parlor,
154 Second Ave. N., 615-313-7665.
Featuring 21 high-definition TVs so
you can follow your favorite sporting
event from any area of the bar. Pool
tables, tabletop shuffleboard, darts
and video games encourage friendly
competition. 4 pm-2 am Mon.-Wed.,
4 pm-3 am Thu.-Fri., 1 pm-3 am Sat.,
5 pm-1 am Sun. buf​fal​osn​ash​vil​le.​com
Dick’s Last Resort, 154 Second
Ave. N., 615-800-8894. Great food,
service with an attitude, great for
large groups. Live entertainment on
weekends. Laughs are free, food will
cost ya a little. 11 am-11 pm Sun.-Thu.,
11-12 am Fri.-Sat. dic​ksl​ast​res​ort​.co​m
Advertising Partner, p. 83
Doc Holliday’s Saloon,
112 Second Ave. N., 615-651-8157.
Nashville’s best hideout features
a great local experience while you
drink a fine whiskey or local draft
beer. Stop in and listen to music from
Maroon 5 to Johnny Cash – you pick
it on our rockin’ jukebox! 3 pm-3 am

Mon.-Thu., 12 pm-3 am Fri.-Sun.
doc​hol​lid​ays​nas​hvi​lle​.co​m

Downtown – SoBro

NASH-Vegas Saloon,
131 Second Ave. N., 615-242-5837.
The newest spot on Second Avenue.
nas​hve​gas​sal​oon​.co​m

3rd & Lindsley Nashville,
818 Third Ave. S., 615-259-9891.
Offering food and live music seven
nights a week. National, international,
regional and local Nashville artists.
From up-and-coming acts to
legends. 11-2 am Mon.-Fri., 6 pm-2 am
Sat.-Sun. 3rd​and​lin​dsl​ey.​com

Nashville Street Tacos,
129 Second Ave. N., 615-942-5271.
The lounge at NST caters to a
more relaxed and comfortable
environment. The second-floor
lounge features premium cocktails,
beer, homemade margaritas, wine,
live music and exclusive tequilas.
11 am-9 pm Sun.-Mon., 11-2 am
Tue.-Thu., 11-3 am Fri.-Sat.
nas​hvi​lle​str​eet​tac​os.​com

Ascend Amphitheater,
Between the Shelby St. Bridge
& Korean Veterans Blvd. along
First Ave. S., 615-999-9000. A
6,800-capacity venue operated by
LiveNation and located in Riverfront
Park. asc​end​amp​hit​hea​ter​.co​m

Riverfront Tavern, 101 Church St.,
615-252-4849. Hang out with friends
or just put a cold one back. Come
on by, join our mug club, have one
of our 22 beers on tap, or enjoy
some delicious food from our menu.
11-3 am Mon.-Sun. riv​erf​ron​tta​ver​n.n​et

Barlines, 250 Fifth Ave. S.,
615-782-5300. The nightlife venue
in the Omni Nashville Hotel. Live
music seven nights a week. Music
on stage, sports on air and drinks
at hand. 11-1:30 am Mon.-Sun.
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N​ash​vil​le/​Din​ing​/Ba​rli​nes​.as​px

The Silver Dollar Saloon,
110 Second Ave. N., 615-891-3468.
A tribute to Nashville’s history.
Featuring old style with detailed
dark wood furnishings, copper
inlaid accents, steamboat decor,
spittoons, dim lights, ice-cold drinks
and authentic live entertainment
that will have you coming back
for more. 12 pm-3 am Mon.-Sun.
sil​ver​dol​lar​sal​oon​.co​m

The Cannery Ballroom,
One Cannery Row, 615-251-3020.
This historic live music venue has a
reputation for showcasing the best
in burgeoning buzz-bands and
renowned national talents. The
club has maintained its relevance
by consistently offering a reliable
atmosphere and entertainment.
the​can​ner​yba​llr​oom​.co​m

Wildhorse Saloon,
120 Second Ave. N., 615-902-8200.
This famous hot spot features three
floors of fun. Hear the hottest bands,
enjoy delicious dining and learn the
latest dance steps on the largest
dance floor in town. 4:30-10 pm Mon.,
11 am-10 pm Tue.-Sun., late-night
Fri.-Sat. wil​dho​rse​sal​oon​.co​m
Advertising Partner, p. 78

City Winery, 609 Lafayette St.,
615-324-1010. Striving to deliver the
highest-end combined culinary and
cultural experience to our customers
who are passionate in sharing wine,
music and culinary arts. 5-10 pm
Sun.-Thu., 5-11 pm Fri.-Sat.
cit​y wi​ner​y.c​om/​nas​hvi​lle
Country Music Hall of Fame®
and Museum, 222 Fifth Ave. S.,
615-416-2001. In addition to
dynamic exhibitions, the museum
hosts more than 250 live, public
programs per year. From weekly
songwriter sessions and instrument
demonstrations to quarterly
interviews and concerts, there’s
sure to be something for everyone.
9 am-5 pm daily.
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Advertising Partner, p. 24, p. 25
and p. 27
The High Watt, One Cannery Row,
615-251-3020. The handcrafted bar
and impressive stage create an edgy
and intimate vibe for both concerts
and gatherings alike.
the​can​ner​yba​llr​oom​.co​m

The Johnny Cash Museum

Hilton Nashville Downtown,
121 Fourth Ave. S., 615-620-1000.

Live Music

Live music & Entertainment
Offering live jazz music nightly in
the grand atrium lobby.
nas​hvi​lle​hil​ton​.co​m
Advertising Partner, p. 56
Hyatt Place Nashville
Downtown, 301 Third Ave. S.,
615-687-9995. Stay downtown
at Nashville’s newest SoBro hotel,
featuring 255 rooms, an indoor
pool, fitness center, 24-hour food,
Starbucks coffee drinks, bar
service and so much more.
nas​hvi​lle​dow​nto​wn.​pla​ce.
​hya​tt.​com​/en​/ho​tel​/ho​me.​htm​l
Advertising Partner, p. 60
The Johnny Cash Museum,
119 Third Ave. S., 615-256-1777.
Dedicated to the life and music
career of the late Man in Black and
features memorabilia, interactive
exhibits and an event space.
Shop the on-site museum store
for the largest selection of Cash
merchandise. 10 am-7 pm daily.
Closed Thanksgiving Day
and Christmas Day.
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The Listening Room Cafe,
217 Second Ave. S., 615-259-3600.
Come enjoy the up-and-coming
artists as well as the star songwriters
behind the No. 1 hits in what’s been
voted the best-sounding room in
Nashville. 4-11 pm Mon.-Fri.,
10 am-11 pm Sat., 10 am-3 pm Sun.
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Mercy Lounge, One Cannery Row,
615-251-3020. Nashville’s premier
live music club highlighting
everything from local songwriters
to national rock bands.
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Music City Walk of Fame Park,
Demonbreun between Fourth & Fifth
Aves., 866-584-MUSIC. A landmark
tribute to those from all genres of
music who have contributed to the
world through song or other industry
collaboration and made a significant
contribution to the music industry
with connection to Music City.
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Pinewood Social, 33 Peabody St.,
615-751-8111. Offering a coffee bar
and Americana-style breakfast,
lunch and dinner options, with
brunch on the weekends. Our
creative workspace also has bowling,
bocce ball and an innovative bar
program. 7-1 am Mon.-Fri., 9-1 am
Sat.-Sun. pin​ewo​ods​oci​al.​com
Pub5, 104 Fifth Ave. S.,
615-780-4005. An upscale American

bar experience that blends the
comfort of local Nashville
restaurants with the sophistication
of a metropolitan public house.
11-2 am Mon.-Sun. pub​5 .c​om
Rocketown, 601 Fourth Ave. S.,
615-843-4001. A faith-based teen
entertainment center with all-ages
venues, an indoor skate park and
coffee bar. Venues are available to
rent for private events. 3-9 pm Mon.,
3-7:30 pm Tue., 7:30-9 pm Wed.-Thu.,
3 pm-12 am Fri., 9-12 am Sat.,
1-7 pm Sun. roc​ket​own​.co​m
Schermerhorn Symphony
Center, One Symphony Pl.,
615-687-6400. This incredible
performance venue is among
the best acoustically in the world.
Located in the SoBro district,
the Schermerhorn completes
a quadrangle of downtown
entertainment venues and is
home base for the internationally
renowned Nashville Symphony.
Most performances start at 8 pm.
Box office: 10 am-6 pm Mon.-Fri.,
10 am-2 pm Sat. nas​hvi​lle​sym​pho​ny.​org
SEEN {NIGHTLIFE + EVENT
SPACE}, 114 Second Ave. S.,
615-427-3014. A nightclub and event
space located in downtown. From
the posh décor to the intelligent
lighting and variety of music
played by both resident and
national DJs, SEEN is like nothing
else downtown. 10 pm-3 am
Thu.-Sat. see​nna​shv​ill​e.c​om
Swingin’ Doors Saloon,
111 Fourth Ave. S., 615-736-5050.
The best place to find great live
music, cold drinks and hot eats
downtown! Bring your group to
experience the only place in town
where country is king. 11-3 am Mon.Sun. fac​ebo​ok.​com​/pa​ges​/Sw​ing​
in- ​Doo​rs- ​Sal​oon​/45​098​404​159​767​5
Tennessee Brew Works,
809 Ewing Ave., 615-200-8786.
Finely tuned craft beer brewed
in Nashville. We are a production
microbrewery dedicated to
producing and enjoying high-quality
craft beer while appreciating music
and the many other fine traditions
and charms of Tennessee. 4-8 pm
Thu.-Fri., 2-8 pm Sat. tnb​rew​.co​m

Downtown – Stadium
LP Field, One Titans Way,
615-565-4300. Home of the NFL’s
Tennessee Titans. Seats 68,798 fans,
including about 12,000 club seats.
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Germantown/
Jefferson Street
Antique Archaeology Nashville,
1300 Clinton St., Ste. 130,
615-810-9906. Live in-store
performance during business hours
in our Pickin’ Corner on Fri., Sat.
and Sun. 10 am-6 pm Mon.-Sat.,
12-5 pm Sun. ant​iqu​ear​cha​eol​ogy​.co​m
Bicentennial Capitol Mall State
Park, 600 James Robertson Pkwy.,
615-741-5280. Tour Tennessee via
a 200-foot granite map, a walkway
featuring the 95 counties, 31 fountains
representing the major rivers of
Tennessee and an extraordinary
history wall. Also includes a 2,000seat amphitheater and a visitor
center. 6 am-10 pm. tn.​gov​/
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Marathon Music Works,
1402 Clinton St., 615-891-1781.
Nashville’s favorite locally owned
and operated concert and event
space. Built in the early 1900s,
the building combines modern
amenities with historic charm.
Check website for show schedule.
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Nashville Farmers’ Market,
900 Rosa L. Parks Blvd.,
615-880-2001. Open year round.
Flea market open every weekend.
Restaurants, specialty shops,
greenhouses and open-air stalls
with fresh fruits, vegetables and
plants 8 am-6 pm Mon.-Sun.
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Nashville Jazz Workshop,
1319 Adams St., 615-242-5299.
Provides a home for jazz, ensuring
a continuing community presence
for this original American art form.
Offers performances by top jazz
artists for the local area and around
the country. nas​hvi​lle​jaz​z.o​rg

Green Hills
The Bluebird Cafe,
4104 Hillsboro Rd., 615-383-1461.
Have you seen The Bluebird in
Nashville? Don’t miss it in person!
Nashville’s best-loved live music
venue, featuring up-and-coming and
hit songwriters. Hear the songs as
they were written and the stories
behind the songs. 5 pm-12 am
Tue.-Thu., 5:30 pm-12 am Fri.-Mon.
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Sat., 10 am-9 pm Sun.
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Carl Black Chevy Woods
Amphitheater at Fontanel,
4215 Whites Creek Pk., 615-727-0304.
An outdoor music venue, open
spring through fall, featuring starstudded music of all genres from
around the globe with a capacity for
4,500 guests. fon​tan​el.​com

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The Gulch
12th and Porter, 114 12th Ave. N.,
615-320-3754. One of the best
places in Nashville for live music and
entertainment has featured artists
from Keith Urban to Jon Bon Jovi,
and is one of the premier venues to
check out new artists’ showcases.
Check website for show schedule.
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Bar Louie, 314 11th Ave. S.,
615-457-1632. An eclectic,
trendy bar with warm surroundings.
Made famous by our handcrafted
signature martinis, we also feature
an exceptional selection of uniquely
presented American food
traditionally and regionally inspired.
11-2 am Sun.-Sat. bar​lou​iea​mer​ica​.
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Hops + Crafts, 319 12th Ave. S.,
615-678-8631. Featuring 36 draft
craft beers from across the country,
as well as local beer and local food.
If you can’t decide on a beer, come
try a Tennessee Sampler from six
different and local breweries. 2-11 pm
Mon.-Thu., 12-11 pm Fri. and Sun.,
11 am-11 pm Sat. hop​scr​aft​s.c​om
Party Fowl, 719 Eighth Ave. S.,
615-624-8225. A mouthful of the
South: handcrafted cocktails and
local brews, live music and great
food. Specializing in “Nashville hot”
and Southern fried chicken. 11 am10 pm Mon.-Sat., 11 am-9 pm Sun.
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Sambuca, 601 12th Ave. S.,
615-248-2888. Dine and dance the
night away at Nashville’s premier
supper club, offering eclectic dining
and live music nightly. 11 am-11:30 pm
Mon.-Wed., 11-12 am Thu., 11-1 am Fri.,
6 pm-1:30 am Sat., 6-10 pm Sun.
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The Station Inn, 402 12th Ave. S.,
615-255-3307. Come enjoy live
bluegrass and roots music in a very
casual and relaxed atmosphere.
Cover charge every night except
Sun. Good pizza, hot dogs and
nachos. Doors open at 7 pm,
music at 9 pm. sta​tio​nin​n.c​om
Two Old Hippies,
401 12th Ave. S., 615-254-7999.
Fun lifestyle boutique offering a
collection of hip clothing, jewelry,
accessories, unique gifts and
rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia, as well
as premium guitars in our guitar
vault. Live music four nights a week
featuring local singer/songwriters.
10 am-9 pm Mon.-Sat., 11 am-6 pm Sun.
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UP, A Rooftop Lounge,
Fairfield Inn & Suites Nashville
Downtown/The Gulch, 901 Division St.,
615-690-1740. Atop the Fairfield Inn
& Suites Nashville Downtown/The
Gulch, UP is a place that turns UP
the cool vibe and heats UP the taste
buds. 5-10 pm Sun., 5 pm-12 am
Mon.-Thu., 5 pm-1 am Fri.-Sat.
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Whiskey Kitchen, 118 12th Ave. S.,
615-254-3029. Located in Nashville’s
hip Gulch neighborhood, this tavernchic spot serves up gourmet pub
fare and an extensive spirits menu in
a stylish, lively environment. 11-1 am
Mon.-Sun. mst​ree​tna​shv​ill​e.c​om

Metro Center/
North Nashville
Café Fontanella, 4125 Whites
Creek Pk., 615-724-1601. Nashville’s
most unique and authentic Italian
dining experience is just minutes from
downtown Nashville. 11 am-9 pm Mon.Thu., 11 am-10 pm Fri., 10 am-10 pm

Millennium Maxwell House
Nashville, 2025 Rosa L. Parks Blvd.,
615-259-4343. Enjoy Southern
comfort in the only music-themed
hotel in Nashville, with art, design
and music memorabilia. Offering
free parking, airport shuttle and
complimentary transportation
to downtown Nashville.
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Music Row/Demonbreun
Dan McGuinness Irish Pub,
1538 Demonbreun St., 615-252-1991.
With a combination of great food and
friendly service, this has become
the place to be. Stop in and enjoy
a frothy pint, some hearty food
and good cheer! 11-3 am daily.
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Dawg House Saloon,
1522 Demonbreun St.,
615-864-7393. A new twist on an
American classic. Being sent to the
Dawg House ain’t as miserable as
it used to be. A music venue with
sports addiction. 11-3 am Mon.-Sat.,
10-3 am Sun. fac​ebo​ok.​com​/
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Tin Roof Demonbreun,
1516 Demonbreun St., 615-313-7103.
The original Tin Roof, located on
Music Row, has been Nashville’s
go-to live music joint for more than
13 years. Casual and eclectic, the
Roof can host groups of any size.
11-3 am Mon.-Fri., 12 pm-3 am Sat.
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Two Bits, 1520 Demonbreun St.,
615-750-3536. Free arcade games,
specially crafted cocktails, and a
one-of-a-kind menu, this is the
perfect place to kick back and enjoy
a night out. Private or semi-private
space available. 11-3 am.
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Opryland/Music Valley
Dave & Buster’s, Opry Mills Mall,
540 Opry Mills Dr., 615-970-3800.
Create your own experience where
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enormous roof. Offering billiards,
cosmic bowling and more than
150 video games. 11-12 am Sun.-Thu.,
11-1 am Fri.-Sat. dav​ean​dbu​ste​rs.​com
Findley’s Irish Pub at Gaylord
Opryland® Resort & Convention
Center, 2800 Opryland Dr.,
615-458-6848. Unwind at our antique
wooden bar with a pint of craft beer
and pub-style favorites. 5-11 pm.
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Fuse Sports Bar at Gaylord
Opryland® Resort & Convention
Center, 2800 Opryland Dr.,
615-458-6848. Watch the game
on one of 100+ HDTVs at this nextgeneration sports bar, serving up
tailgate-inspired favorites perfect
for sharing. 11 am until close.
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Gaylord Opryland® Resort &
Convention Center, 2800 Opryland
Dr., 615-889-1000. Experience the
energy and excitement at Gaylord
Opryland® Resort & Convention
Center, known for exceptional service,
innovative regional dining options,
unique shopping, golf facilities and
on-site entertainment venues. You
won’t believe what we have under
one roof! gay​lor​dop​r yl​and​.co​m
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Valley’s No. 1 country music dinner
show. Enjoy songs made famous
by legendary artists and today’s
superstars. Groups welcome.
Doors open at 5:30 pm for dinner,
show begins at 6:30 pm.
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Jack Daniel’s at Gaylord
Opryland® Resort & Convention
Center, 2800 Opryland Dr.,
615-458-6848. Experience the
fine tradition of great Southern food.
Sample hand-selected Tennessee
sippin’ whiskey from the distillery.
Live entertainment most nights.
Lunch 11:30 am-3:30 pm, dinner
5 pm until close. gay​lor​dop​ryl​and​.co​m

Nashville Palace,
2611 McGavock Pk., 615-889-1540.
This is where Nashville country
music superstars Randy Travis
and Ricky Van Shelton got started.
Located across from the Grand
Ole Opry, you never know who you’ll
see when you visit the world-famous
Nashville Palace. 4-11:30 pm
Mon.-Sun. nas​hvi​lle​pal​ace​.ne​t
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John A’s, 2421 Music Valley Dr.,
615-885-1540. A place where Opry
stars and struggling musicians alike
can go to unwind in a laid-back
atmosphere that resonates with the
Nashville sound. You’ll find great
food and live music at John A’s.
3 pm-12 am Sun.-Thu., 3 pm-1 am Fri.,
11-1 am Sat. joh​nas​res​tau​ran​t.c​om
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Miss Jeanne’s Mystery Dinner
Theatre, 2416 Music Valley Dr.,
615-902-9566. An interactive mystery
play with live music and comedy,
plus a served dinner. Each table
becomes a team to decipher clues,
bribe suspects with play money and
try to solve the crime. Reservations
required. 7-10 pm. mis​sje​ann​es.​com

Opry Backstage Grill,
2401 Music Valley Dr., 615-231-8854.
The show that made country music
famous is now making its mark on
Southern cuisine. Visit for lunch or
dinner, or come by after the show
and experience the music, food
and fun. 11 am-10:30 pm Sun.-Thu.,
11 am-11:30 pm Fri.-Sat.
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Nashville Nightlife Dinner
Theater, 2416 Music Valley Dr.,
Ste. 139, 615-885-4747. Voted Music

Opry Mills, 433 Opry Mills Dr.,
615-514-1100. Tennessee’s
largest outlet and value shopping

General Jackson Showboat,
2812 Opryland Dr., 615-458-3900.
Evening cruises, which include an
elegant three-course dinner and a
fabulous stage production, and
midday cruises, which offer one
of Nashville’s only daytime country
music shows and a delicious lunch
buffet, on the scenic Cumberland
River. Midday boards 11:15 am, departs
noon, returns 2:30 pm; evening
boards 6:15 pm, departs 7 pm,
returns 10 pm. gen​era​lja​cks​on.​com
Advertising Partner, p. 78
Grand Ole Opry,
2804 Opryland Dr., 800-SEE-OPRY.
The show that made country music
famous presents the new stars,
superstars and legends all on
one stage. Check website for
show schedule. opr​y.c​om
Advertising Partner, p. 31
Ivories Lounge, Holiday Inn
Opryland Airport/Briley Pkwy.,
2200 Elm Hill Pk., 615-883-9770.
After a busy day of work or play, stop
by to grab a drink or some dinner
and hear some great local live music
while in Music City. Live music six
nights a week. 8 pm-12 am daily.
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destination. Retail mix includes
Bass Pro Shops, Saks Fifth Avenue
OFF 5TH, H&M, J.Crew Factory and
many more. 10 am-9 pm Mon.-Sat.,
11 am-7 pm Sun. opr​ymi​lls​.co​m
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Scoreboard Bar & Grill,
2408 Music Valley Dr., 615-883-3866.
A restaurant and bar with open-air
seating and a sports focus. 11-2:45 am
Mon.-Sun. sco​reb​oar​dba​r.n​et

West End/
Vanderbilt/Midtown
Aloft Nashville West End,
1719 West End Ave., 615-329-4200.
A sassy, savvy space offering
intelligent design, accessible
technology, and a social atmosphere
of comfort and convenience.
Featuring 139 loft-inspired
rooms with Signature bedding,
an oversized spa shower and
customized amenities by Bliss Spa.
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Blair School of Music at
Vanderbilt, Vanderbilt University,
2400 Blakemore Ave., 615-322-7658.
The focal point within Vanderbilt
University for the study of music
as a human endeavor and as
a performing art. The school
addresses music through a
broad array of academic,
pedagogical and performing
activities. bla​ir.​van​der​bil​t.e​du
Centennial Park, 2600 West End
Ave. Nashville’s premier park.

Features the iconic Parthenon.
Thousands of people visit the
132-acre park each year to tour
the museum, see exhibits,
attend festivals and just enjoy
the beauty of the park. Open daily,
dawn to dusk. nas​hvi​lle​.go​v/
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Commodore Grille, Holiday Inn
Vanderbilt, 2613 West End Ave.,
615-327-4707. Located inside the
Holiday Inn Vanderbilt. Live music
beginning at 7 pm nightly. Come
early, stay late! hol​ida​yin​n -n​ash​vil​le.​
com​/co​mmo​dor​e -g​ril​le.​htm
Maggiano’s Little Italy,
3106 West End Ave., 615-514-0270.
There is an old Italian proverb that
says, “At the table, no one grows old.”
And so it is at Maggiano’s Little Italy.
Time stands still when you share
delicious food, drink and good times
with family and friends. 11 am-10 pm
Mon.-Thu., 11 am-11 pm Fri.-Sat.,
11:30 am-9 pm Sun. mag​gia​nos​.co​m
The Patterson House,
1711 Division St., 615-636-7724.
Offering a vibe and drink menu
that suggests a throwback to the
pre-Prohibition era when tempting
cocktails and stimulating conversation
highlighted a cosmopolitan
American nightlife. 5 pm-3 am
daily. the​pat​ter​son​nas​hvi​lle​.co​m
The Row, 110 Lyle Ave.,
615-321-1224. We pay homage to
the musicians who changed the
world and the songs we sing by
creating delicious, homemade
Southern fare. Delicious Southern
cuisine prepared using fresh, locally
sourced ingredients. 7:30-12 am

Mon.-Fri., 9-12 am Sat., 9 am-10 pm
Sun. the​row​nas​hvi​lle​.co​m
Soulshine Pizza Factory,
1907 Division St., 615-401-9859.
Authentic, unique, appetizing, fun
and relaxing, with superb service
and delicious food. Live music on
Friday nights and great tunes
playing during the rest of the week.
11 am-9:30 pm Sun. and Tue.-Wed.,
11 am-10:30 pm Thu.-Sat.
sou​lsh​ine​piz​za.​com
Winners Bar & Grill,
1913 Division St., 615-340-0004.
Nashville’s most wanted bar.
Cold beer. Live music. Join us
Monday nights for Whiskey Jam.
11 am-10 pm Mon.-Thu., 11 am-11 pm
Fri.-Sat., 11 am-9 pm Sun.
win​ner​sba​ran​dgr​ill​nas​hvi​lle​.co​m

West Nashville
Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theatre,
8204 Hwy. 100, 615-646-9977.
Nashville’s first professional
theater. Serving up great buffets
and Broadway plays for more than
40 years. Box office 9 am-8 pm
Tue.-Sat., shows Thu.-Sat.
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The Loveless Barn,
8400 Hwy. 100, 615-724-7991.
Nashville’s most versatile event
venue. Sitting back behind the
world-famous historic Loveless Cafe,
The Loveless Barn looks right at
home, poised and ready to welcome
your guests to your next big event.
lov​ele​ssb​arn​.co​m

Outside
Davidson County
Arrington Vineyards & Winery,
6211 Patton Rd., Arrington,
615-395-0102. Located only 25
minutes south of Nashville,
Tennessee’s premier winery offers
breathtaking views and outstanding
wines for tasting. 11 am-8 pm Mon.Thu., 11 am-9 pm Fri.-Sat., 12-6 pm
Sun. arr​ing​ton​vin​eya​rds​.co​m
Advertising Partner, p. 34
Puckett’s Grocery – Historic
Downtown Franklin, 120 Fourth
Ave. S., Franklin, 615-794-5527.
Like the South and sweet tea,
Puckett’s and live music just go
together! From up-and-comers to hit
songwriters, we feature Music City’s
best live local music. 7 am-9 pm
daily. puc​ket​tsg​roc​ery​.co​m

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Community Partners
Clarksville Montgomery County
Convention & Visitors Bureau,
25 Jefferson St., Ste. 300, Clarksville,
931-647-2331, cla​rks​vil​lec​vb.​com
Donelson Hermitage Chamber
of Commerce, 125 Donelson Pk.,
615-883-7896, d-h​cha​mbe​r.c​om
Greater Nashville Hospitality
Association, 475 Craighead St.,
615-385-9970, tnh​osp​ita​lit​y.n​et
Metropolitan Nashville Arts
Commission, 800 Second Ave. S.,
Fourth Fl., 615-862-6720,
art​sna​shv​ill​e.o​rg
Music City Concierge Association,
P.O. Box 190460, 615-259-7733,
mus​icc​ity​con​cie​rge​.or​g
Nashville Area Chamber of
Commerce, 211 Commerce St., #100,
615-743-3000, nas​hvi​lle​cha​mbe​r.c​om
Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber
of Commerce, P.O. Box 40541, 530
Third Ave. S., Ste. 5, 615-216-5737,
nas​hvi​lle​his​pan​icc​ham​ber​.co​m
Nashville Black Chamber of
Commerce, 4322 Harding Pk.,
Ste. 417, 615-876-9634,
nas​hvi​lle​bla​ckc​ham​ber​.or​g

Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp,
150 Fourth Ave. N., Ste. G-250,
615-259-4747, vis​itm​usi​cci​ty.​com
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and p. 104
Nashville Downtown Partnership,
150 Fourth Ave. N., Ste. G-150,
615-743-3090, nas​hvi​lle​dow​nto​wn.​com
Nashville GLBT Chamber of
Commerce, P.O. Box 330971,
615-507-5185, nas​hvi​lle​glb​tch​amb​er.​org
Rutherford County
Convention & Visitors Bureau,
3050 Medical Center Pkwy.,
Murfreesboro, 615-893-6565,
rea​dys​etr​uth​erf​ord​.co​m
Sumner County Convention &
Visitors Bureau, 2310 Nashville Pk.,
Gallatin, 615-230-8474,
vis​its​umn​ert​n.c​om
Tennessee Craft, P.O. Box 120066,
615-736-7600, ten​nes​see​cra​f t.​org
Tennessee Department of Tourist
Development, Wm. Snodgrass/
Tennessee Tower, 312 Rosa L. Parks
Ave., 25th Fl., 615-741-2159,
tnv​aca​tio​n.c​om
Williamson County
Convention & Visitors Bureau,
400 Main St., Ste. 200, Franklin,

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Financial &
Business Services
Advance Financial, 1901 Church
St., 615-341-5900, af2​47.​com
Anderson Benson Insurance,
2505 21st Ave. S., Ste. 301,
615-630-7800, and​ers​onb​ens​on.​com
Avenue Bank, 111 10th Ave. S.,
Ste. 400, 615-252-2265,
ave​nue​nas​hvi​lle​.co​m
The Bank of Nashville,
401 Church St., 615-271-2000,
ban​kof​nas​hvi​lle​.co​m
FedEx Office – Broadway,
212 Broadway, 615-244-1000,
fed​exo​f fi​ce.​com
FedEx Office – West End,
2308 West End Ave., 615-327-2120,
fed​exo​f fi​ce.​com
Fifth Third Bank, 424 Church St.,
Ste. 700, 615-687-3115, 53.​com
First Tennessee Bank,
511 Union St., Ste. 400,
615-734-6518,
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Pinnacle Financial Partners,
150 Third Ave. S., Ste. 800,
615-744-3733, pnf​p.c​om
Regions Bank, 150 Fourth Ave. N.,
615-736-6705, reg​ion​s.c​om
SunTrust Banks, Inc.,
401 Commerce St., 615-748-4967,
sun​tru​st.​com
United States Postal Service,
16 Arcade, 615-255-7902, usp​s.c​om

TRAVELHOST of Greater
Nashville, 2508 Saundersville Ferry,
Mt. Juliet, 615-545-2671,
tra​vel​hos​t.c​om/​Nas​hvi​lle
Where Guestbook & Maps,
1140 Hammond Dr., Bldg. I,
Ste. 9250, Atlanta, GA,
404-234-2101, whe​ret​rav​ele​r.c​om
WKRN-TV, 441 Murfreesboro Rd.,
615-369-7222, wkr​n.c​om

The UPS Store at Music City
Center, 201 Fifth Ave. S.,
615-401-1495,
the​ups​sto​rel​oca​l.c​om/​6 42​5

Social Responsibility
Resources

Health Care Services

ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s
Research Hospital,
1102 17th Ave. S., Ste. 300,
615-320-3733, stj​ude​.or​g

3rd and Church Healthcare,
301 Church St., 615-255-7902,
thi​rda​ndc​hur​chh​eal​thc​are​.co​m
Concentra, 315 14th Ave. N.,
615-321-5698, con​cen​tra​.co​m

Center for Nonprofit Management,
37 Peabody St., Ste. 201,
615-259-0100, cnm​.or​g

Habitat for Humanity of Greater
Nashville, 2950 Kraft Dr., Ste. 100,
615-254-4663, hab​ita​tna​shv​ill​e.o​rg
Hands on Nashville, 37 Peabody
St., Ste. 206, 615-298-1108, hon​.or​g
Nashville Rescue Mission,
639 Lafayette St., 615-255-2475,
nas​hvi​lle​res​cue​mis​sio​n.o​rg
Project 615, P.O. Box 68437,
615-496-4398, pro​jec​t61​5 .o​rg
Second Harvest Food Bank
of Middle Tennessee,
331 Great Circle Rd., 615-329-3491,
sec​ond​har​ves​tmi​dtn​.or​g
Thistle Farms, 5122 Charlotte Pk.,
615-298-1140, thi​stl​efa​rms​.or​g
YWCA of Nashville and Middle
Tennessee, 1608 Woodmont Blvd.,
615-269-9922, ywc​ana​shv​ill​e.c​om

Media & Publications
12th & Broad, 12t​han​dbr​oad​.co​m
American Songwriter,
113 19th Ave. S., 615-321-6096,
ame​ric​ans​ong​wri​ter​.co​m
Bon Appétit (Z-Media),
1666 Kennedy Causeway,
North Bay Village, FL, 305-532-5566,
bon​app​eti​t.c​om
Getaway Media, P.O. Box 292516,
615-293-1681, pla​nmy​get​awa​y.c​om
Journal Communications, Inc.,
725 Cool Springs Blvd., Ste. 400,
Franklin, 615-771-0080, jnl​com​.co​m
Key Magazine, 9 Music Sq. S.,
615-354-9370, nas​hvi​lle​key​.co​m
Lamar Advertising Co.,
1993 Southerland Dr., 615-228-5500,
lam​ar.​com
Lightning 100/Live on the Green,
1310 Clinton St., Ste. 200,
615-777-5100, lig​htn​ing​100​.co​m
Market America, P.O. Box 7069,
Gadsden, AL, tra​vel​cou​pon​s.c​om
Nashville Business Journal,
1800 Church St., Ste. 300,
615-248-2222,
nas​hvi​lle​bus​ine​ssj​our​nal​.co​m
Nashville Lifestyles,
1100 Broadway, 615-259-3636,
nas​hvi​lle​lif​est​yle​s.c​om
Southern Living,
3399 Peachtree Rd. N.E., Ste. 1650,
Atlanta, GA, sou​the​rnl​ivi​ng.​com
The Tennessean, 1100 Broadway,
615-259-8031, ten​nes​sea​n.c​om


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