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This 1920’s themed Nashville speakeasy is a must! The attention to detail is evident in the prohibition themed decor, their rare and carefully crafted cocktails, and their mouth watering traditional Italian menu. This location is open to the public, but visitors must acquire the exclusive phone number from a member then dial it in the antique red phone booth to gain entry. Take note of the dress code.
Old Glory’s revamped industrial space has been featured in The Tennessean, Native Booze Traveler, and Playboy amongst others, making it a must during your trip to Nashville! Their wide variety of wine, beer, and signature cocktails are sure to satisfy. You won’t find a sign for this lowkey local favorite, so look for the doorway with the golden triangle off of Edgehill Avenue for the entrance!
Located on top of the Noelle Hotel, Rare Bird boasts the title of being Nashville’s top rooftop bar. The vibrant atmosphere is matched with a stunning view overlooking downtown. This is a Nashville must!
This American style restaurant delivers summer vibes all year ‘round with their beautiful decor, coastal-inspired food, and Rosé on tap! They offer a first floor lounge area, private dining space, and rooftop terrace, making it the perfect hang out. Not to mention the endless photo ops!
This restaurant is one of the most unique dining and entertainment experiences Nashville has to offer. It is located in a one of a kind 10,000 square foot space. Guests are invited into a journey that is characterized by a gorgeous handcrafted bar, multimillion dollar collection of art, antiques and artifacts straight from Europe and an incomparable ambience. It’s hard to beat the experience and entertainment you find at House of Cards Nashville. There is a dress code so be sure to dress up.
Black Rabbit is an ode to old Nashville and lies in the historic Printer’s Alley neighborhood of downtown Nashville. The restaurant reflects early 1900’s speakeasies that once ran throughout Printer’s Alley. It features a well known cocktail bar and great food to carry you through the night.
The Standard at The Smith House works to represent the local flavor and service of Nashville. The restaurant serves upscale Southern specialties and serves drinks out of a full-service bar. The original townhome was built in the 1840’s. Located in Downtown Nashville, in the center of it all, the best steaks are served.
This globally-inspired restaurant features some of the best cooking by award-winning chef Deb Paquette. It is located in downtown Nashville and features innovative dishes inspired from food all around the world. It is hard to beat the experience found at Etch as you get the opportunity to watch chef Deb in action and eat some outstanding food.
Frothy Monkey features some of the best lattes and specialty coffee brews Nashville has to offer. All food and drinks are made from scratch using original recipes and thoughtfully-sourced ingredients. Frothy Monkey has been a staple for Nashville since 2004 and has been recognized as “Best Coffee Shop” for years.
Milk & Honey, located in the center of The Gulch neighborhood of Nashville, is known for serving Stumptown espresso and coffee, homemade sweets, pastries, breakfast and lunch items along with homemade gelato. Stop by for a mouthwatering latte to start your day in the city!
Head over to Barista Parlor for high quality coffee that is sourced from the most forward-thinking and environmentally responsible farms in the world. They are most known for their pour-over brews and features delicious pastries, donuts, biscuits and other breakfast items.
Poindexter can be found in the infamous Graduate Hotel located in Midtown, Nashville. Poindexter works to serve delicious coffee, smoothies and hot breakfast perfect for anyone looking for a little recharge while enjoying the ambiance of the famous hotel itself.
This famous cafe, located in the Hillsboro Village neighborhood of Nashville opened in 1996 and has served some of the best coffee Nashville has to offer. Fido has been known as one of the best places for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and it’s rare to be disappointed in what Fido has to offer.
This mural, in the Gulch neighborhood, was created by Kelsey Montague. Montague worked to make this interactive mural to allow the community to be a part of the art. It features wings that include guitars and music notes inside. The wings work to represent a spirituality that partners well with the creativity that runs through the citizens of Nashville.
This mural was created by Nashville-based painter and muralist Kim Radford who was inspired by the great Dolly Parton, who has left a strong impression on Nashville as a whole. Dolly Parton has worked to inspire positivity and strength for all people from all walks of life throughout her career. It’s hard not to smile back at the mural after you go and take a visit!
This mural was created by Brandon Donahue, Chris Zidek, Emily Miller, Herb Williams and Sam Dunson. It is located near the famous Printer’s Alley in downtown Nashville. The mural was created by well-known Nashville artists and perfectly represents what Music City is all about.
The brand Wrangler reached out to Nashville Walls Project to find an artist to take over a massive wall in Nashville to create something that could be featured in their pop-up store. Artist, Nathan Brown, pulled inspiration from Wrangler’s old school cowboy, Western vibes. He wanted the colors and gradient to help represent the slogan reading “Good Vibes” and we feel it does just that!
This giant 1200’ wall was created to help contribute to the revitalization of the Charlotte Corridor. This mural has helped embrace the arts and the creativity that flows throughout the city. It features a great variety of murals that were created by various artists. It is hard to miss and admire all that was created.