Dust off those cowboy hats and enjoy the sites and sounds from the Country Music Capital of the World… Here’s a few recommendations from our local experts to ensure your visit is solid gold!
EAT + DRINK
MUST Eat …Margot’s in East Nashville
HIPPEST Restaurants…Finn & Pearl, Adell’s, Little Donkey
BEST East Nashville Restaurants…Lockland Table, Henrietta Red and Hemingway’s
BEST Lunch Spot…Woodland’s in East Nashville (nestled in a gorgeous neighborhood)
BEST Mexican Restaurant…Little Donkey
BEST Spot for Local Live Music… Robert’s Western World
BEST Dinner Spot on Music Row… Etch Restaurant
BEST Pizza… Manny’s House of Pizza in the Arcade downtown (only open during the day)
BEST Family spot… Cheekwood Botanical (see some cool tree houses!)
BEST Place for Cocktails…Hemingway’s on 2nd Street
BEST Patio… Acme Feed & Seed
BEST Fried Chicken…Prince’s hot chicken (Plain and pure, don’t expect quick service or anything other than hot chicken, but man, that hot chicken)
DO + SEE
For Shopping…there are fabulous boutiques in The Gulch! You’ll find great restaurants as well.
Johnny Cash Museum…a great stop for the whole family with tons of collectibles and fun activities the kids will enjoy. As a bonus, there is a Patsy Cline museum on level 2.
Country Music Hall of Fame…This is a must see while in Nashville!
Cheekwood Botanical Garden…55-acre botanical garden and historic estate in Nashville, featuring art galleries, seasonal festivals and breathtaking wedding venues
Go listen to Bluegrass Music at The Station Inn
Visit the Frist Museum downtown
Stop by Robert’s Western World to hear some local talent
TIPS + TRICKS
-All the restaurants are M Street are pretty hip so you can’t go wrong! Find out more information on the official M Street website HERE.