Try Von Elrod’s for an old-school beer hall experience, Butchertown Hall for Texas Hill Country sausages, and Kuchnia & Keller for Eastern European treats.
You can walk between each of them in less than 10 minutes.
When the Nashville Sounds moved to First Tennessee Park, minor league baseball became a major league deal.
The perfect setting for a date night, a Sounds game obviously comes with a few innings of baseball, but true love is usually found at The Band Box, a 4,000-square-foot bar and restaurant found in the stadium.
Over at Belmont University is a little-known gem, the GIG (Gallery of Iconic Guitars), where you have the chance to observe some of the rarest instruments in the world up close. While the weekends are turned over to the tourists and the bachelorettes, the music is still great and the beer is still cold midweek at the famous clubs and taverns of Downtown between 5th and the river on Broadway.
You have to look hard to find a bad band, so go enjoy some free music and a longneck bottle with your date at reliable joints like Robert’s or Layla’s.
Walk, Eat Nashville offers five different walking tour itineraries of East Nashville, So Bro and Midtown with trained food writers acting as guides to carry small groups into some of Nashville’s most iconic restaurants to meet the chefs and sample the food that made them famous.
You don’t have to wait from your relatives to visit to discover a new favorite dining spot. From the angel wings in the Gulch to the Welcome to Nashville sign on the side of Reese Witherspoon’s building in 12 South, Nashville is selfie city, so set up your own personal scavenger hunt of some of the most iconic street art in town.
Three excellent restaurants within staggeringly close proximity feature some of the best wursts in town, plus interesting beer selections.An all-day affair, it's the perfect opportunity to plop down some lawn chairs, sample local brews, and relieve yourself from the pressure of picking a date night dinner spot, because local food trucks are on hand.