TravelDaze: Nashville

Hey Ya’ll {sorry I had to}

Finally posting about my trip Nashville from a couple weeks back. I FELL in love with this city. Broadway was insanely fun, vibrant and full of life. The Gulch was filled with the latest styles and inventive eats. East Nashville was a Grand Ole wonderland & over near Vanderbilt you can find yourself in Ancient Greece. This city has a vibe that no city I’ve ever traveled to has and may be filled with the friendliest people I’ve ever come across.


Of course the entire trip was filled with music, dancing and a whole lotta eating. Here’s my little guide to a couple days in Nashville.

Drinks with a view:

I don’t know, maybe being a football fan, I could stare at a stadium all day. The river, pedestrian bridge and other street views were not so bad either. Also, not to mention the inside of Acme is pretty cool & the food is good ole southern cooking.

Acme Feed and Seed


101 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37201

Best hot chicken pizza in town:

The Stillery 

Do your self a favor and order a hot chicken pie with a Fat Bottom Ruby Red {Nashville Brewed}. You will not be disappointed. Do this after of course grabbing any of their starters. Personal favorite were the Pretzels, the mustard and cheese are unreal.

113 2nd Ave N


Favorite Bars on Broadway:


The Stage 


Legends  Corner 


Crazy Town 

Best photo Op spot(s)




 302 11th Ave S

The Pedestrian Bridge 

Other Must Do’s:

The Grand Ole Opry

2804 Opryland Dr

After the Orpy, you must check out the Opryland Hotel. It’s a mix between Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory and a scaled down Epcot, I was waiting the entire for Oompa Loompas to pop out of the Christmas decor. Sadly it did not happen. Also right next to all this jazz it Opry Mills, an outlet mall. You could literally spend days getting lost in the land of Opry.

 The Country Music Hall of Fame 

222 5th Ave S 

Because…OBVI! You’re in Country Music’s home city…go to the hall of fame! We needed more time to go see the Ryman and the Johnny Cash Museum, so stay tuned. 🙂

The Parthenon 


2600 West End Ave

A replica built for Nashville’s 1897 Centennial Exposition still stands today and is full of history and art. I recommend touring the museum to learn more about the Exposition and the replica. The building is also home to a 42 foot statue of Athena. On the surrounding grounds are statues and other pieces of Nashville history. A walk around the park area founded many little discoveries. Lots of room for kids to run wild for all you moms and dads.

And I think that about wraps up my {first} Nashville trip. The city is amazing and filled with so much to do, I can not wait to get back! Luckily for me, my sister chose it as the site for her Bachelorette party!

See you in August, Nashville.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s