Music CIty is famous for its whisky, honky tonk, live music, southern cooking and hipsters. It’s also a college town, with Vanderbilt and Belmont just a few of the universities that have campuses in the city. Be sure to pack your cowboy boots, or at least your dancing shoes!
Cabana Upscale dining with big, dreamy windows and a lovely patio near Belmont University.
Hattie B’s Hot Chicken You’ve not had fried chicken until you’ve had Hattie B’s.
The Southern Steak & Oyster Southern food in the SoBro district. Excellent for brunch.
Bluebird Cafe Famous for turning out talent, many Nashville stars got there start here. Recommended by friends.
Honky Tonk Central Fun, three-story bar on Broadway Street with pub grub and live music.
Printer’s Alley A cute alley off of Broadway Street with karaoke bars and pubs.
Broadway Street The lower end of this street, close to the river, is referred to as Nashville’s Honky Tonk Highway.
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Grand Ole Opry The most famous country music hall in the world.
Riverfront Park Nice spot for a walk along the Cumberland River.