About Nashville

People who visit the Music City for the first time are always surprised by the lack of public transportation. Like many large cities in the Mid-South, Nashville has spread out, taking over land from plantations and farms and now covering a large area that limits the ability to walk from one district to another. Granted, there are a few public bus routes and many taxi companies, but Nashville is a lot like Los Angeles (at least in one respect): people here like to drive. There are more parking lots downtown than office buildings, and yet parking remains at a premium. If you arrive by plane, your first step should be to rent a car. Don't depend on public transportation—it's just not a dependable or convenient option.

The one exception to this overriding need for a car is if you plan on spending most of your time downtown. It's a short walk from tourist-friendly Second Avenue to famed Printers' Alley and all parts in between.

Downtown

Begin your visit Downtown and visit Big River Grill and Brewing for lunch. Next, stroll along Second Avenue and take in the sights. Downtown is famous for its music venues, and every storefront is part retail outlet and part performance hall. There are more specialty shops and cafes than you can visit in a week, and each features some kind of live music. Nowhere else can you shop for shoes while listening to a local band play a version of Hank Williams' "Your Cheatin' Heart."

In the early days of the city, all of the printers were located on Printer's Alley. This section of downtown takes up three city blocks between Fourth and Fifth Avenues. Today there aren't many printers turning out playbills and newspapers, but there are museums and shops for visitors to explore.

The West End/Music Row

The West End of Nashville is home to Music Row. If you have any interest in country music or the music industry, this is a place where you should spend at least a day. Every major recording label in the United States has an office here. You won't see anything like the imposing Capitol Records building in Los Angeles, though. This is Nashville, and record companies here work out of renovated homes and warehouses. The atmosphere is relaxed and inviting, which is the reason a lot of artists are choosing Nashville as the place to record their next projects. Some of the best recording studios in the nation share real estate with the record companies on this famous street. Stand outside Emerald Studios or Quad Sound and see what famous musical artist walks out the door.

Two blocks from Music Row on West End Avenue lies Elliston Place. This is one of Nashville's trendy neighborhoods. Small homes and cafes typify the tenants of the area. And then there's the Elliston Place Rock Block, a block-long section of Elliston Avenue that is home to six of the loudest nightclubs in town. This is not the place to go if you are interested in quiet conversation—this is where you go to listen to great country music and party into the wee hours of the night.

The West End is also home to Vanderbilt University, one of the nation's finest private universities and the alma mater of former Vice President Al Gore. The lush and expansive campus provides much-needed green space in Nashville's West End area, as well as opportunities for visitors to enjoy collegiate sporting events, art museums and symphonic concerts.

Brentwood

South of the Music City lies the suburb of Brentwood. This is where the affluent live and where corporations have been relocating over the last decade, meanwhile escaping the congestion of downtown traffic. Brentwood offers the best shopping in town with two large shopping malls and a number of factory outlet centers. Brentwood also suffers from poor public transportation. You will be lucky to even find a bus, much less catch a ride on one. This is definitely a place where you should drive your car.

Franklin

A little further South is the historic town of Franklin. One of the oldest towns in Middle Tennessee, Franklin is famous for its numerous antique malls and neighborhood cafes. A drive down Main Street is like driving through a Norman Rockwell painting. This is typical small-town U.S.A., filled with history and charm and friendly folks who are always willing to offer directions or tell a tall tale or two. After 200 years, Franklin has retained its quiet Southern charm.

Opryland

If you arrive in Nashville via the International Airport, you will be in the Opryland area. For many, this is the final destination, and with good reason. For decades, the district around the Opryland theme park kept the city of Nashville alive. The Music City owes a great deal to the now defunct amusement park that was once home to the Grand Ole Opry, the world-renowned country music venue. The Opry drew millions of visitors every year, and the area surrounding it grew up rapidly. Today, the theme park has been turned into the largest shopping center in the South, Opry Mills. The Opry still stands and still offers the greatest in Country Music entertainment. Dining in and around this area can be exquisite—try the New Orleans Manor or adventurous at 101st Airborne.

  • Belle Meade Plantation

    5025 Harding Pike Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 356 0501
    Beloved by Nashville natives and tourists alike, this 1853 Greek revival mansion was once the centerpiece of a 5,400-acre, 19th century thoroughbred farm and nursery. Still referred to as the “Queen of Tennessee Plantations,” the present thirty-acre site includes many of the original outbuildings and an antique carriage collection. Allow one hour to tour the mansion and grounds. Multi-lingual grounds cards are available in Japanese, French, German, and Spanish.
  • Belmont Mansion

    1900 Belmont Boulevard Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 460 5459
    This landmark was once home to Adelicia Acklen, one of the wealthiest women in 19th century America. Built in 1850 in the style of an Italian villa, it was originally intended to be the summer home of the Acklens. The personally guided tour, showcases a variety of original furnishings of the period as well as Mrs. Acklen's valuable, one-of-a-kind collection of artwork and statues.
  • Bicentennial Mall State Park

    600 James Robertson Parkway Nashville, TN 37243 United States - Phone: +1 615 741 5280
    This 19-acre (7.69 hectares) park was built in 1996 to commemorate Tennessee's 200 years of statehood. Bicentennial Mall State Park provides wonderful views of the city and features a 200-feet (60.96 meters) granite map of Tennessee, which is bordered by thirty-one fountains that represent all of the state's rivers. There is also a massive granite time-line documenting Tennessee's history, a 2,000-seat amphitheater, botanical garden, and visitor center. Restrooms, a gift shop and restaurants are adjacent to the park.
  • Carnton Plantation

    1345 Eastern Flank Circle Franklin, TN 37064 United States - Phone: +1 615 794 0903
    Possibly the five bloodiest hours of America's Civil War took place here at the Battle of Franklin. On November 30, 1864, Carnton was occupied by Confederate troops moving toward the well-entrenched Federal army. A devastating battle ensued. Later, the mansion housed hundreds of the more than 6,000 Confederate casualties from that battle. Adjacent to the property is the largest private Confederate cemetery in America.
  • Cheekwood

    1200 Forrest Park Drive Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 356 8000
    The Cheek Family, who founded Maxwell Coffee, built this elegant mansion in the late 1920s. In the late 1950s, they donated the mansion and the surrounding 65 acres to the City of Nashville, which maintains the estate today. This Nashville treasure includes the botanical gardens, contemporary art galleries, a gift shop and the Pineapple Room restaurant. A variety of classes and workshops are available to all ages. There is also the Cheekwood's Museum of Art which house some great American and British paintings worth checking out. The grounds include several types of gardens and the Woodland Sculpture Trail.
  • Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

    222 Fifth Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 416 2001
    Discover the stories behind the music as you view over 3,000 stage costumes, original song manuscripts and musical instruments at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Many of the personal items of music legends are on display including Elvis' solid gold Cadillac. Tour packages include a visit to the historical RCA Studio B and the Music Row walking tour. Allow at least two hours for exhibits and the tour.
  • Fort Nashborough

    170 First Avenue North Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 862 8424
    Before 1779, the area known as Nashville was an uncharted wilderness. On Christmas Eve of that year these first settlers traveled by boat down the Cumberland River and settled on this spot. The settlement became known as Fort Nashborough, from which Nashville later took its name. This replica of the original settlement is authentic in many details and reflects the lifestyle of the frontier pioneers of the late 1700's. Visitors can take a 20-minute self-guided tour.
  • Hatch Show Print

    224 5th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 256 2805
    The oldest print shop in America opened in 1879. For decades, Hatch Show Print was the leading poster printer for circuses, vaudeville shows and sporting events. Today, it is located in the Country Music Hall of Fame and is best known for creating images of Grand Ole Opry stars, thousands of which line the shop's walls. Modern-day artists employ the same techniques that have been used since the 15th century, including printing works on site.
  • Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson (The)

    4580 Rachels Lane Nashville, TN 37076 United States - Phone: +1 615 889 2941
    Glimpse back to antebellum America and the life of the seventh president, Andrew Jackson, by visiting the home he built in 1835. This classic Greek Revival mansion retains original architecture and furnishings. You will view a biographical film and museum exhibits then tour the mansion and grounds, which include original 1804 slave cabins, Jackson's tomb, Tulip Grove Mansion, Old Hermitage Church, and Tennessee Confederate Soldier Cemetery. Restaurant and gift shop are also on site. Also worth checking is the vast plantation site at The Hermitage. Visit website for further details.
  • Travellers Rest Historic House Museum

    636 Farrell Parkway Nashville, TN 37220 United States - Phone: +1 615 832 8197
    Step back into time as costumed docents take you on a guided tour of life as it was in the 1800s. Stroll through the lovely boxwood garden and view the plantation outbuildings. Special exhibits and events, such as "Celtic Music Festival" and "Heirloom Quilts" are scheduled throughout the year. The Peach Orchard Gift Shop offers a variety of mementos. Space is also available to rent for group gatherings.
  • Nashville Shores

    4001 Bell Road Nashville, TN 37076 United States - Phone: +1 615 889 7050
    Cool down at Nashville's hottest water theme park. Ride the 700-foot Tennessee Twisters water slide. Enjoy three pools, miniature golf, boat and jet ski rentals, picnic areas, and sandy beaches. Season passes and group rates available. Extra fees for some activities like miniature golf, boat rentals and camping.
  • Nashville Zoo at Grassmere

    3777 Nolensville Pike Nashville, TN 37211 United States - Phone: +1 615 833 1534
    This 200-acre walk-through zoological park is home to the rare and beautiful. You'll encounter cougars, black bears, Bengal tigers, zebras, cheetahs and playful river otters. Kids can even go a bit wild on the Jungle Gym playground. The Croft Center, named for the sisters who left the estate to Grassmere, houses the Unseen New World exhibit and a variety of reptiles. There is also a working farm exhibit and petting zoo.
  • Opryland Hotel Indoor Garden and Collections

    2800 Opryland Drive Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 889 1000
    Relax among the serene beauty of three nationally acclaimed indoor gardens: The Conservatory, The Cascades, and The Delta. The Conservatory covers two acres and is devoted solely to tropical plants. The Cascades also covers two acres and features waterfalls cascading into a 12,500 square-foot indoor lake. The Delta covers 4.5 acres and features restaurants, shops and a fountain that sends out jets of water 85 feet into the air. A breathtaking river runs through it with passenger-carrying boats. Admission: Free.
  • The Parthenon

    2500 West End Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 862 8431
    It is fitting that the "Athens of the South" is home to the world's only full-size replica of the ancient Parthenon. Forty-six Doric columns encircle the building. The largest bronze doors in the world, weighing 7.5 tons each, stand at the East and West entrances. Featured is Athena Parthenos, the tallest indoor sculpture in the Western world. Sculptures and friezes are modeled from Elgin Marbles at the British Museum in London. There are also four art galleries. While the prices are reasonable, you can avail discounts for groups of ten or more with a reservation.
  • Ryman Auditorium

    116 Fifth Avenue North Nashville, TN 37219 United States - Phone: +1 615 889 3060(Tickets) /+1 615 458 8700
    Built in 1881, Ryman Auditorium is famous for its superb acoustics. Stars like Enrico Caruso and Charlie Chaplin graced its stage in the early 20th century. Home to the Grand Ole Opry radio show for more than 30 years; it gained popularity as "The Mother Church of Country Music." By day, you can view displays that depict its rich history. In the evening, enjoy live bluegrass, jazz, classical, country, and gospel performances. The auditorium is available for weddings, public meetings, corporate parties, theatrical productions, dinners and concerts.
  • Sarratt Gallery at Vanderbilt University

    2201 West End Avenue Nashville, TN 37240 United States - Phone: +1 615 322 2471
    Be intrigued by some of the best contemporary art in Nashville at this university center that features works by student, regional, and national artists in ten exhibits a year. The art is some of the least commercial one can find in Nashville. It is often eye-catching and related to various topics and themes. The display area is small but open and lends itself to eye-catching presentations that entice those passing by to stop and look. Admission: Free.
  • Tennessee Central Railway Museum

    220 Willow Street Nashville, TN 37210 United States - Phone: +1 615 244 9001
    Travel back in time in a fully restored 1950's passenger train. The passenger cars feature large picture windows, air conditioning and reclining seats. Themes like train robbery or murder mystery are a surprising part of the excursion. The museum houses a one-of-a-kind library of books on railroads and one of the largest collections of railroad artifacts in the world.
  • Tennessee State Capitol Building

    600 Charlotte Avenue Nashville, TN 37243 United States - Phone: +1 615 741 0830
    A commanding presence atop a hill in downtown Nashville, this is an outstanding example of Greek Revival architecture. Built in the mid 1800's by noted architect William Strickland, this is a must-see for history buffs. Several areas, including the library and government chambers, have been restored to their 19th century appearance. For a spectacular view of the city, be sure to stand outside the building during the early evening hours. On weekdays, the staff offers guided tours on the hour. It is recommended that groups telephone ahead of time and make reservations.
  • LP Field

    1 Titans Way Nashville, TN 37213 United States - Phone: +1 615 565 4200
    The home of the National Football League's Tennessee Titans boasts a 69,000-seat, natural-grass facility. The stadium offers excellent seating, most along the sidelines. There are 144 luxury suites, 7,500 on-site parking spaces and 60 concession stands. If you are driving to the game, the easiest thing is to park downtown in one of the many garages/surface lots in or near the District, and then use the pedestrian walkway on Woodland Street.
  • Carter House (The)

    1140 Columbia Avenue Franklin, TN 37064 United States - Phone: +1 615 791 1861
    The Carter House stood as a command post for the Confederate army during the Battle of Frankin in 1864. Today, it stands as a reminder of America's Civil War. The red-brick structure, as well as other buildings on the grounds, still shows evidence of a bitter assault. Built in 1830, the fully restored home offers a look into life in the war-torn South. Inside you will find period antiques and architecture. There is also a museum, gift shop and visitor center.
  • General Jackson Showboat

    2812 Opryland Drive Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 458 3900
    This 100-yard paddle-wheeler cruises the Cumberland River each day. Once aboard, the atmosphere and hospitality will usher you back to the 19th century. The daytime cruise includes a lunch buffet and service by a singing staff. The three-hour dinner cruise includes a three-course meal and entertainment provided by a swing band and dancing in the ballroom.
  • Jack Daniel's Distillery

    280 Lynchburg Highway Lynchburg, TN 37352 United States - Phone: +1 931 759 4221
    In 1866, the Jack Daniels distillery received its license in the state of Tennessee to produce what has become the most famous southern sipping whiskey. This National Historic Site is located in the little town near a natural spring. Guided tours of the facility are offered daily. Combine your visit to the distillery with a walk through downtown Lynchburg; it features additional historic sites and several souvenir shops. If you go in September, join in the celebration of the city's founder in the downtown square. While enjoying the tour of the distillery, be careful not to sample the product. Oddly enough, this county is dry and the consumption of alcohol is illegal!
  • Nashville War Memorial Auditorium

    301 6th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37219 United States - Phone: +1 615 255 2787
    Besides serving as an auditorium for events and the like, The Nashville War Memorial Auditorium is also an important and well recognized historical landmark. Overseen by TPAC, the auditorium is used for events, productions, performances, concerts and even private parties and weddings. The venue can seat around 1,600 and is well-equipped with the latest technology. The war memorial building also houses the military history museum.
  • Oaklands Historic House and Museum

    900 North Maney Avenue Murfreesboro, TN 37130 United States - Phone: +1 615 893 0022
    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this antebellum mansion looks much as it did 150 years ago. Once home to Colonel Hardy Murfree, for whom the town of Murfreesboro is named, the structure, furnishings and surrounding property provide an authentic view of 19th century America and its war-torn South. During the United States Civil War, both Union and Confederate armies camped and fought here.
  • Riverfront Park

    100 First Avenue North Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 862 8400
    This outdoor haven stretches along a sloping strip of land, between the Cumberland River and Nashville's downtown district. During the day people stroll the many paths, enjoy afternoon picnics on the riverbank, and ride the "Foxtrot" carousel. During the summer, the park hosts concerts and festivals, including the free Thursday night concert series 'Dancing in the District' and the annual three-day music festival in May called "River Stages".
  • Sweet Magnolia Tours

    2020 21st Avenue South Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 463 8558
    Music City has more to see and do than you might imagine. To get the most out of your visit, let Sweet Magnolia Tours guide you. Country music fans will enjoy the "Fan Fair" package, with stops at popular concert venues, recording studios and historic sites. Customized packages are always an option, including overnight package tours of Nashville and nearby cities. Tickets can be delivered directly to your hotel. Prices vary depending on your budget and interests.
  • Death Valley Haunted Woods

    769 West Main Street Hendersonville, TN 37075 United States - Phone: +1 615 822 5106
    Not for the faint hearted. You may think you've taken a walk in the woods before, but were you ever chased through them by a mad man brandishing a chainsaw? Ever gazed into the glowing red eyes of a shadowy figure creeping around the trees? And what about that body over there? Is it really dead, or did it move? Have a frightfully good time, here, at Death Valley Haunted Woods of Hendersonville and support a good cause.
  • Athena's Statue

    25th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 862 8431
    Athena stands 42 feet tall, towering above all who enter her temple through seven-ton bronze doors. Daughter of Zeus and patron goddess of wisdom and arts, her presence amidst Nashville's university and arts communities is appropriate. Other classical and modern works of art surround Athena. Her Parthenon and grounds, Centennial Park, are favorite spots for visitors to stroll or relax after a long day of site seeing.
  • Stones River National Battlefield

    3501 Old Nashville Highway Murfreesboro, TN 37129 United States - Phone: +1 615 893 9501
    Stones River National Battlefield is the site of one of the bloodiest clashes of the Civil War. A three-day battle, from December 31, 1862 through January 2, 1863, resulted in 81,000 killed and 23,000 wounded. In the end, the Confederate Army withdrew and the advancing Union Army gained control of Middle Tennessee and its rails, farms and roads. Located nearby the Stones River National Cemetery. Established in 1865, it is the final resting place of over 6,000 Union soldiers. Admission is free.
  • Historic Rock Castle

    139 Rock Castle Lane Hendersonville, TN 37075 United States - Phone: +1 615 824 0502
    Just north of Nashville sits the Historic Rock Castle, the stately seven-story limestone home where Revolutionary War veteran Daniel Smith once resided. Visitors to this landmark will learn of Smith's work as a surveyor and senator in Tennessee, as well as the lives of his descendants, all of whom were pioneers in the history of the state. Guided tours are given daily. The castle can also be rented for conferences and luncheons.
  • Cannonsburgh Village

    312 South Front Street Murfreesboro, TN 37129 United States - Phone: +1 615 890 5210
    Just outside of Nashville is this small reconstruction of a pioneer settlement. It was from this settlement that the city of Murfreesboro grew. Named after the first Whig governor of Tennessee, Cannonsburgh Village features log homes, a gristmill, schoolhouse, town hall, blacksmith's shop, church and museum. Inside, each building looks as it did in the early 1800s. The camp is open to the public year round, and school groups and tours are welcome. If you come in July, you can enjoy the weekend long festival of music and hand made crafts known as Uncle Dave Macon Days.
  • Governor's Residence

    882 South Curtiswood Lane Nashville, TN 37204 United States - Phone: +1 615 259 4730
    The leader of the "Volunteer State" spends his days, away from the legislature, in this beautiful two-story brick mansion, set on ten acres of immaculately landscaped grounds. Country music fans will be interested to know that Governor's Residence is next door to the house of the late Minnie Pearl. Tours of the main floor are given three days a week and feature pictures and memorabilia of past Governors and other persons of influence in the history of Nashville.
  • Grand Ole Opry House

    2804 Opryland Drive Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 871 6779
    When the world famous Ryman Auditorium closed its doors to country music performances, a section of the stage was removed and installed here, at the new home of the Grand Ole Opry. Country music artists, past and present, consider performing on this stage the highest of honors. The 45,000 square foot building seats 4,400 people. It is host to The Country Music Association Awards, various concerts, conventions and business conferences.
  • John Hopper Tours

    275 Hillsboro Place Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 298 5755
    Step into a luxury motor coach for an enjoyable way to see all that Nashville has to offer. Your guide is friendly, knowledgeable and ready to take you for the ride of your life. All tours feature the history and music of the city, and special packages include overnight accommodations and admission to special events and concerts. Whatever your budget and whatever your interests, there is a tour waiting for you.
  • Music City Queen

    2808 Opryland Drive Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 889 1000
    Once a premier ship in the Music City fleet, the Music City Queen is now available exclusively for chartered trips. You can reserve this luxury vessel for your next party or corporate event. The cost of your trip varies depending on the size of your party and the type of meal you select—buffet or sit down dinner. Call for more information and reservations, and make your next event a truly memorable occasion.
  • Two Rivers Mansion

    3130 McGavock Pike Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 885 1112
    This residence still speaks to the fortune and life of David McGavock, a prominent Nashvillian of the mid 19th century. Roman-style marble columns, high ceilings and frescoed walls provide an opulent setting for the fine art displayed inside. It may be rented for private engagements, parties and weddings year round.
  • Sam Davis Home

    1399 Sam Davis Road Smyrna, TN 37167 United States - Phone: +1 615 459 2341
    The United States Civil War was one of the darkest periods of American history. Despite the devastation it wrought upon the nation, there were men who stood out as heroes. One such was Confederate soldier Sam Davis, captured by the Union army and then killed because he would not reveal military secrets. His childhood home reveals what life was like in the early 1800's. Guided tours include the home, servant's quarters and grounds. Check website for timings.
  • Nashville Visitor's Center

    501 Broadway Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 259 4747
    Before you tour the Music City, you need a game plan. That's why this handy information center inside the Nashville Arena should be your first stop. The friendly, knowledgeable staff will help you plan activities in the city and provide you with maps to help you find your way around. Unsure about a certain tourist attraction or restaurant? This facility offers brochures and pamphlets on nearly every point of interest in the metro area, and the staff will be happy to make a dining recommendation.
  • Bledsoe Creek State Park

    400 Zieglers Fort Road Gallatin, TN 37066 United States - Phone: +1 615 452 3706
    Named after a pair of brothers who pioneered the area, Bledsoe Creek State Park offers outdoor activities and fun for the entire family. Experience the natural beauty of the wilderness, waterfowl and deer as you explore along hiking trails. Picnic facilities and camping areas provide comfortable sites to take a break from the day's activities. Hunting and fishing are prohibited, and so are bicycles on the hiking trails. Pets on leashes are welcome. This park is open everyday from 7 a.m. onwards.
  • David Crockett State Park

    1300 West Gaines Lawrenceburg, TN 38464 United States - Phone: +1 931 762 9408
    Visitors to the David Crockett State Park would be pleased with all the activities for modern-day adventurers. There are about 107 primitive or RV campsites, with table, grill, electricity, water hookups and bathhouse. Fish for free from the banks of well-stocked Lake Lindsey. You'll need to rent a boat from the park to get on the water as no private boats are allowed. Pedal or hike scenic trails, get a group together for softball or volleyball, or lounge by the pool.
  • Nashville Speedway

    4847-F McCrary Road Lebanon, TN 37090 United States - Phone: +1 615 547 7500
    Part of the Winston Cup circuit in NASCAR auto racing, the Nashville Speedway hosts two Winston contests, two Busch series races and one NASCAR Truck event. From April to November, professional stock car drivers compete for big money and points toward the NASCAR Championship. Amateur races take place on the weekends when the big boys aren't in town. Ticket prices vary depending on race length and class designation. Call for upcoming races and special events.
  • Long Hunter State Park

    2910 Hobson Pike Nashville, TN 37076 United States - Phone: +1 615 885 2422
    About 20 miles southeast of Nashville lies Long Hunter State Park, one of the area's most popular parks. If you are a true nature lover or a scientist, you will marvel at the rich bio-diversity and a chance to see rare plants and animals. Enjoy a day hiking one of nineteen trails or try your hand at catching the "big one" on Percy Priest Lake. After the sun goes down, enjoy spending the evening under the stars at one of the wooded campsites. The park also plays host to the Annual Tennessee State PowWow & Fall Festival. This park is open daily from 7 a.m. onwards.
  • Marrowbone Lake

    Marrowbone Lake Road Joelton, TN 37080 United States - Phone: +1 615 876 6012
    Marrowbone Lake is a tranquil lake 19 miles north of Nashville, that was once home to Native American tribes. Today, the scenic waterway is a favorite fishing hole, well-stocked with bass, crappie and channel catfish. Boat-launching areas, fishing piers and fishing license sales are among the many amenities they offer. After a day on the water, visitors can dine at picnic tables in the shade or relax at one of the public recreation areas along the lake. Restrooms are stationed throughout the park.
  • Pickett State Park

    4605 Pickett Park Highway Jamestown, TN 38556 United States - Phone: +1 931 879 5821
    Pickett State Park is packed with beauty and fun! Arch Lake is framed by high cliffs and a spacious beach. Visitors may rent canoes and boats, but no personally owned boats are allowed. Campsites range from tents and rustic cabins to luxury villas and RV's. You can also indulge in plenty of activities like caving, hiking and tennis. Swimming is allowed after paying a small fee. Call them to know about the camping, cabin and villa fees. This park is open daily from 7:30 a.m. onwards.
  • Tennessee Antebellum Trail

    1345 Carnton Lane Franklin, TN 37064 United States - Phone: +1 800 381 1865
    There are dozens of historic sites in Middle Tennessee that tour companies don't even cover. Tennessee Antebellum Trail, a 90-mile self-guided driving tour helps you discover these gems. Ramble, at your leisure, through four counties and to 55 historic sites, including antebellum plantations and homes. Several sites, including The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson, are open for tours. Guide information is free, call or visit web site for details.
  • Foggy Bottom Canoe Rental

    1270 Highway 70 Kingston Springs, TN 37082 United States - Phone: +1 615 952 4062
    Looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city? Why not spend an afternoon floating on the scenic Harpeth River, 20 miles southeast near Kingston Springs. Foggy Bottom Canoe Rental range from $20 for two hours to $40 for overnight use. The folks here will gladly give you tips to make your trip fun and safe. They will also transport you to the launch site and pick you up after your nautical journey.
  • Hadley Park

    1037 28th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37207 United States - Phone: +1 615 862 8451
    Hadley Park was built in honor of Nashville's African American citizens nearly a century ago. After World War I, a memorial was erected with the names of brave African-American soldiers who lost their lives in battle. Today the park remains open to the public with many memorials to citizens who have made an impact on the city. You will also find ample space to enjoy a game of football, a picnic lunch or an afternoon of kite flying. Baseball diamonds and softball fields are available for league play, and a large playground area with swings and slides provide endless entertainment for children.
  • Juro Stables

    735 Carver Lane Mount Juliet, TN 37122 United States - Phone: +1 615 773 7433
    When you grow tired of big city stresses, spend an afternoon riding through the hills, creeks and meadows just 30 miles northeast of Nashville. At Juro Stables, novices can take a lesson before beginning their ride, and all tours include an experienced guide. Whether you choose to take the lead or follow a guide, you will lose yourself in nature's tranquil beauty. Adventurous riders can choose to keep their horses overnight and sleep under the stars. Call for hours and tour schedules.
  • Tip-a-Canoe

    1279 Highway 70 Kingston Springs, TN 37082 United States - Phone: +1 615 254 0836
    Just north of Nashville in Kingston Springs is the winding Harpeth River. Enjoy this natural waterway and the wildlife that lives in the protected reserve along its banks by canoe. At Tip-a-Canoe, paddlers can get in the water at a reasonable price for a four hour trip. Pack a lunch, grab some friends, and make a day of it. A shuttle will transport you and your party to and from the launch area.
  • Nashville Express Tours

    1707 Decatur Circle Franklin, TN 37067 United States - Phone: +1 800 638 8687
    When you want to see all Nashville has to offer, you need to call a professional. Nashville Express Tours has been showing visitors the best of Music City for over 25 years. Arrange for a country music lover's dream tour during Fan Farte or visit historical sites around town. They'll arrange everything: tickets, fares, and even handle accommodations. All you have to do is enjoy yourself.
  • Sonshine Tours

    119 Deer Ridge Lane Hendersonville, TN 37075 United States - Phone: +1 615 822 6097
    This family-oriented tour company called Sonshine Tourane offers trips to sights of historical significance. Visiting the birthplace of Andrew Jackson or some of the forts used during the United States Civil War are among the options. Plan a trip to Music Row and see where country music artists record their hit songs. Take a shopping excursion or visit the area's museums and galleries—it's all up to you. Size of group and type of tour determine cost, so call for pricing.
  • Grand Ole Opry Tours

    2802 Opryland Drive Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 871 6779
    Nashville has a lot to offer music fans. Take the time to see it all here with the biggest tour in town. Your trip begins with a backstage tour of the Grand Ole Opry, home of country music's most famous radio broadcast. Next, climb aboard a luxury motor coach and visit the sites where country music history was made. You'll see Ryman Auditorium, the original home of the Grand Ole Opry, as well as the recording studios and record companies of Music Row. Tour prices range on the size of your group and the tour package you choose.
  • NashTrash Tours

    900 8th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37208 United States - Phone: +1 615 226 7300
    When you are looking for a little more than your average tour of the Music City, climb aboard the funniest bus in town. The Jugg Sisters are your hostesses and they will have you laughing and singing all afternoon. As you visit all the major attractions in the city, you will hear the satirical and very risqué commentary of the sisters while riding in comfort on their tacky pink bus. NashTrash Tours is not a very sophisticated ride, as alcohol is allowed to be consumed on the bus, so you might be best to leave the kids at home. If you don't mind the overall "hillbilly" theme, you're sure to have a grand time.
  • Johnny Walker Tours

    107 Music City Circle Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 834 8585
    Music fans can book Nashville on Stage, a popular concert tour that features top acts in the area's best performance halls. History buffs may opt for a ride on the General Jackson Showboat or spend the day touring the Hermitage, home of President Andrew Jackson. Whatever your interests, Johnny Walker Tours have got a tour for you. Extended vacations, including hotel accommodations and deluxe motor coach, may also be arranged for your charter group. Call or visit web site details.
  • Gray Line Tours

    2416 Music Valley Drive Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 883 5555
    Choose from 14 spectacular Music City tours! Country music fans will have a hard time deciding between the Grand Ole Opry Shuffle, Music Valley Live and Home of the Stars. Interested in more than country music? Try the Best of Nashville, Jack Daniels Country or Historical tour by Gray Line Tours. If you're looking for daytime romance, board the General Jackson for a leisurely lunch and sightseeing cruise.
  • Cedars of Lebanon State Park

    328 Cedar Forest Road Lebanon, TN 37090 United States - Phone: +1 615 443 2769
    About 30 miles east of Nashville sits a park of biblical proportions. This state recreation area is named after the biblical description of Lebanon and its enormous cedar trees. Here in Cedars of Lebanon State Park you'll find an Olympic-size swimming pool and four wilderness trails perfect for hiking. If you'd prefer to do something more relaxing, you can retreat to a quiet meadow with a blanket and basket and enjoy a picnic lunch.
  • Center Hill Marina & Yacht Club

    450 Cove Hollow Circle Lancaster, TN 38569 United States - Phone: +1 615 548 4315
    Center Hill Marina and Yacht Club located on the clear, cool waters of Center Hill Lake is a short drive east of Nashville. Rentals include pontoons, fishing boats, canoes and houseboats, which sleep up to 10. Fully furnished, air-conditioned cabins are also available. Boat owners can dock and slip cover vessels of any size. Stock up on supplies at the marina store before you set off to explore the 415 miles of shoreline and 18,200 acres of deep, pure water. If you don't feel like grilling out, the marina's Coppertop restaurant serves up local specialties such as catfish and barbecued chicken.
  • Dickson RV Park

    150 West Christi Drive Dickson, TN 37055 United States - Phone: +1 615 446 9925
    RV travelers will find a full-service campsite just 30 miles northwest of Nashville. The spacious grounds of Dickson RV Park have the feel of the great outdoors, even though the city is just few miles away. Amenities include swimming pool, playground, recreation field, showers, laundry facilities and food market. Visitors may want to spend some time exploring Dickson. Surprisingly, this unassuming town boasts the Renaissance Center, a state-of-the-art facility utilizing the latest technology to promote educational programs and art exhibits.
  • Tims Ford State Park

    570 Tims Ford Drive Winchester, TN 37398 United States - Phone: +1 800 471 5295(Toll Free) /+1 931 962 1183
    Relax in acres of wooded seclusion and enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. The Tims Ford State Park is one hour east of Nashville and is a welcome stop for campers on their way to and from Music City. Amenities include swimming pool, children's wading pool, bathhouse and concession stand. You will also find golf course, biking and hiking trails, boating, fishing and camping facilities. Call or visit the web site for rental rates.
  • Bellevue Recreation Center

    656 Colice Jeanne Road Nashville, TN 37221 United States - Phone: +1 615 862 8435
    These days, children seem to be spending too much time watching television. But Bellevue Recreation Center is sure to lure your kids away from the electronic babysitter. There's a full-scale community playground with wooden forts and old train cars for kids to explore. Older kids can climb Bellevue Mountain, a large mound of dirt and brush. There are also enough swings, seesaws and slides to keep youngsters busy for hours. And while the children have a nice time, adults can relax in the shaded pavilion.
  • Loretta Lynn's Ranch

    44 Hurricane Mills Road Hurricane Mills, TN 37078 United States - Phone: +1 931 296 7700
    Country music fans have long listened to the familiar strains of Loretta Lynn's famous ballad Coal Miner's Daughter. Now you can learn about the legend and her family while enjoying country life as a guest on her private ranch. Bring a tent and camp under a canopy of stars. Enjoy horseback riding, swimming and more. Occasionally, Loretta makes an appearance and performs a concert for her guests and invites them to sing along.
  • Curry Mansion

    511 Caroline Street Key West, FL 33040 United States - Phone: +1 305 294 5349
    A magnificent Key West landmark, this home on Caroline Street is a true treasure, restored and maintained by folks who love this historic house. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the house is a study in spit-polished woodwork and Tiffany glass. The home's 22 rooms are filled with antiques, and the home itself is trimmed with porches and verandas and topped by a widow's walk. A self-guided tour lets you take a leisurely look around this magnificent relic of a ship-salvaging family. The property also serves as a hotel, should you love it so much you want to stay a little while longer.
  • Masjid Al-Farooq

    1421 4th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37210 United States - Phone: +1 615 313 8844
    Masjid Al-Farooq is an Islamic Mosque in Nashville. Prayers are held five times a day here in English, Arabic as well as Somali. Here, they also have a weekend school to teach the children and youth about the religion like a faith formation weekend. All other religious activities such as birth, weddings, funeral rites take place here. Festivals like Ramadan are held with great fervor. From the daily iftar which is the evening breaking of the fast during the Ramadan month to the final day Eid celebration are all held.
  • Masjid Qur'aan Wa Sunnah

    2805 Gallatin Pike Nashville, TN 37216 United States - Phone: +1 615 226 5965
    Prayers are held five times a day at Masjid Qur'aan Wa Sunnah and in Arabic and English. Festivals like Eid, rituals such as marriages and community services take place here. Teachings of the Holy Book Koran takes place very weekend for the children and youth.
  • Salahadden Center and Mosque of Nashville

    364 Elysian Field Court Nashville, TN 37211 United States - Phone: 1+ 615 333 0530
    Like all the Masjids in the world Salahadden Center and Mosque of Nashville, also hold prayer services five times a day. They have a Friday evening lecture service on the Koran separately for women and men. Friday services are held in English and Kurdish. Sunday school and Summer schools are held for children while there are many youth programs held as well. Apart from festivals and rituals being held in the Mosque, family counseling is alos an important part of the Salahadden Center and Mosque of Nashville.
  • Centennial Park

    2500 West End Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 862 8400
    The quiet city of Nashville loves the tranquil aura that radiates from its Centennial Park. A perfect retreat for avid nature lovers, the park offers a wide range of entertainment and relaxation options for one and all. Take a calming walk in the park, attend cultural events and local fairs, picnic with family and friends or simply lounge around the sprawling green land. Admire the beauty of Lake Watauga or simply enjoy the splendor of the rose arbor. The Parthenon replicates the structure of the ancient citadel right in the heart of the park.The park is famous for its TACA Fall Crafts Fair, which is a fantastic outdoor event that showcases and sells the work of American fine craft artists at the park. You can also buy souvenirs for your loved ones at the park as you discover unusual visual treasures.
  • Radnor Lake State Natural Area

    1160 Otter Creek Road Nashville, TN 37220 United States - Phone: +1 615 373 3467
    Set in the luscious hills of Davidson County, this tourist hot spot is as close as you can get to natural wilderness. Go on a hiking trail in the forest area or catch the wildlife in its most natural form. If you're lucky, you may be able to observe some of the rarest species of wild birds here. Don't forget to see some of the most exotic floral wonders the park features. The sprawling 85-acre (34.398-hectare) lake provides the perfect centerpiece for this tourist haven, which is at its best in autumn. They have a strict no-dogs, no-jogging and no-biking policy, though it is allowed on Otter Creek Road. Radnor Lake State Natural Area is open to the public everyday starting at 6am.
  • Grace Apostolic Church, Inc.

    1100 Lischey Avenue Nashville, TN 37207 United States - Phone: +1 615 227 1012
    Grace Apostolic Church is not just a place of worship but also a spacious complex complete with administrative offices, classrooms, kitchens, dining areas, gymnasium, auditorium and childcare center. Dr. Elder Boyd has made remarkable contributions to community service, education and imparting the gospel to people from all walks of life. The ministries at Grace include H.E.A.L, Your Ministry, Sisters of Virtue which are actively involved in public welfare.
  • Walden Farm

    8653 Rocky Fork Road Smyrna, TN 37167 United States - Phone: +1 615 220 2918
    Luscious veggies fresh off the vine, to your table, and all the homegrown fun you can have is what awaits you at Walden Farms. Grab grandma and the kids and head for a hayride, frolic in the petting zoo and taste the delectable flavors of a real farm. Walden Farms has it all. Pumpkins, corn, gourds and a whole variety of farm fresh goodies are available for purchase. The selection of snacks are as fresh as the produce. Try the pumpkin fudge for a surprising treat. There simply is nothing like a day at the farm for lasting family memories.
  • Baptist World Center

    1700 Baptist World Center Drive Nashville, TN 37207 United States - Phone: +1 615 228 6292
    Located in Nashville, Baptist World Center promotes the word of God through Praise and Worship. Part of the National Baptist Convention, this centre has been used to host a number of conferences, meeting and spiritual missions. The exterior of the church looks like an old house and inside it has a wooden finish with a statue of Jesus Christ atop the altar. This center's aim is to thank God for what he has given them by praising him through holy services and the gospel.
  • Downtown Presbyterian Church

    154 5th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37219 United States - Phone: +1 615 254 7584
    The Downtown Presbyterian Church is an extremely charming and historic church located in the city of Nashville. On entering this church one is awestruck by its amazing architecture and beauty. With beautifully colored pillars, wonderful wall designs, large dome and a massive seating area, this church is an architectural delight. The Presbyterian Church also encompasses a Fellowship Hall, A History Room, A Parlor and a Nursery within its premises. Wedding Ceremonies and Religious events are held here and it is definitely a place rich in history, making it worth a visit on a sight-seeing trip.
  • Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory

    1000 Oman Drive Brentwood, TN 37027 United States - Phone: +1 615 373 4897
    The Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory is a beautiful observatory located in Brentwood. This fantastic observatory is a great place to get your kids along, so that they can learn more about Space and Astronomy. This place is sure to interest them in taking up Science and Engineering later on in their careers. The Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory also features a well-equipped Library and a Computer Center where students can learn about telescopes and Space Exploration. Also used as a Venue, some famous artists including the likes of Marshall Chapman, Jeff Hanna, Chuck Cannon and Judy Collins have performed here.
  • Christ Presbyterian Church

    2323 Old Hickory Boulevard Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 373 2311
    Christ Presbyterian Church is housed in a beautiful location, with a lovely garden filled with beautiful flowers and a cross in the centre. This church, with an amazing structure, believes and promotes the teaching of Jesus Christ. The motto of the church is to foster community spirit and brotherhood and the church has a lot of active youth programs as well. On Sundays, they have praise and worship services followed by classes, where they teach people about God and the preachings of Jesus Christ.
  • Cathedral of Praise

    4300 Clarksville Pike Nashville, TN 37218 United States - Phone: +1 615 876 8740
    The Cathedral of Praise is a beautiful church that welcomes you with it's classic red bricked appearance. Although thats nothing compared to the welcome you get from it's members. Bringing community together, teaching love and mutual respect, understanding and the experiencing God personally through the baptism of the Holy Spirit; are some of the things that strike you about this church.
  • Temple Church (The)

    3810 Kings Lane Nashville, TN 37208 United States - Phone: +1 615 876 4084
    Staying true to the duties of a church, the Temple Church is dedicated to serve the community and educating people about the teachings of Christ. To fulfill the aim, the church has several ministries actively working for the betterment of the society. Educating the youth is what is important and for the purpose, the church has started the Bibleversity—as they call it—located next to the church.
  • Ticketmaster

    424 Church Street Nashville, TN 37219 United States - Phone: +1 615 255 9600‎
    Are you in Nashville, Tennessee and looking for tickets to some great shows, events, concerts? Then let this Ticketmaster outlet help you with booking tickets to the latest events in the city. Check the website to book tickets online. You can also post your reviews on the website after signing in. Ticketmaster can help you with shows at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium and also to various sports events in the city, among others.
  • Nashville

    Nashville Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 800 657 6910(Tourist Information)
    The capital city of Tennessee, Nashville may be a person's idea of modernization. However, with its urban cityscape and modern structures, the city yet does not fail to emote its cultural side to one and all. The residents of Nashville are all connoisseurs of music and this is very much evident from the number of concert halls and performance auditoriums they have in the city. The civil war, brought about major changes in Nashville's economy and is deeply rooted within the culture of the city. A number of performances based of these themes is one of the many major attractions of Nashville.
  • Trinity Music City USA

    1 Music Village Boulevard Nashville, TN 37075 United States - Phone: +1 615 826 9191
    Trinity Music City USA covers more than 30 acres in northern Hendersonville and includes a worship center, a Christian bookstore, an outdoor café, the Tennessee headquarters of Trinity Broadcast Network, and the former estate of legendary country musician Conway Twitty. Throughout the year, Trinity Music City hosts a variety of special Christian concerts and speaking events as well as regular worship services. From November to January, Trinity Music City explodes each evening into brilliant light with an extravagant display of more than a million Christmas lights. Visitors are able to drive through the complex and take in the beautiful light show. - Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Rippavilla Plantation

    5700 Main Street Spring Hill, TN 37174-2408 United States - Phone: +1 913 486 9037
    Rippavilla Plantation was the 19th-century home of the Cheairs family. The estate house has been restored to its antebellum appearance and includes many family antiques and period pieces. Tours are available for the home and grounds, and special events are scheduled throughout the year. In the fall, the plantation's star attraction is it's ten-acre corn maze which includes over three miles of paths and educational information. The design of the corn maze is different each fall. Rippavilla Plantation is also available for weddings and special events. - Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Madison Creek Farm

    1228 Willis Branch Road Goodlettsville, TN 37072 United States - Phone: +1 615 855 0066
    Madison Creek Farms covers 38 acres of farmland just north of Nashville in the rolling countryside of Sumner County. The farm specializes in both floral production as well as vegetables, herbs and eggs. The farm market is open to the public on weekends, and guests can purchase fresh flowers, organically grown vegetables and herbs, free-range eggs and a variety of homemade goods from the FarmHouse Kitchen including pies, jams and pickles. Madison Creek Farms also includes a large kids play area, a petting zoo and seasonal offerings such as pumpkins. Local residents should check out the farm's Crop Share Association for delicious seasonal produce. - Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Knights of Pythias Pavilion

    1015 Carlisle Lane Franklin, TN 37064 United States

    Constructed in 1897, the Knights of Pythias Pavilion or the Carlisle House, was designed Henry Gibel and is a classic example of Classical Revival architecture. With the pavilion being originally constructed in Nashville for the 1897 Centennial Exposition, the building is a good example of a frame house. It was later bought and moved to Williamson County without any alterations and has one of the most extraordinary designs in the region.

  • Castle Gwynn

    2124 Newcastle Rd Arrington, TN United States
    This two towered castle looks like it was dropped here from medieval Europe. Located just south of Nashville on the outskirts of the hamlet of Triune, this castle is only open to public during the yearly Renaissance Fair. Initial construction began in 1980, though the castle's owner began drawing up plans when he was in high school, and still continues today (currently the edifice consists of two peaked towers and a building connecting, but ultimately the master plans call for four towers).
  • Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort

    2572 Music Valley Drive Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 889 4225
    Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort is a perfect getaway for families with children as the scope of activities offered here is limitless. From swimming pools, to camping facilities, outdoor games, basketball and live music, this Wifi enabled space is secluded amidst greenery but still keeps you connected. Pets are welcome too at this vacationers paradise!
  • Nashville Public Square

    Off 3rd Avenue North Nashville, TN 37201 United States
    The Nashville Public Square spreads over 5 acres and is possibly the most visited spot in the city. With a great central location, this square has a colossal underground parking lot which serves both impressed visitors and court house employees. Large lawns and fountains add to the beauty and provide a beautiful backdrop, especially on concert days.
  • The Hermitage

    4580 Rachels Lane Nashville, TN 37076 United States - Phone: +1 615 889 2941
    The Hermitage is a historic site that was built by Andrew Jackson, the first president. It is a huge antebellum plantation that has now been revived to serve as a museum dedicated to old Hickory. There are guided tours and films showcased at the center that narrate the life of the president. Visitors can explore the old hermitage cabins, where the political leader lived when he was penniless. All in all, this serves as a historic site that is worth exploring.
  • Peek-A-Boo Playtown

    300 Indian Lake Boulevard Hendersonville, TN 37075 United States - Phone: +1 615 822 7099
    Peek-A-Boo Playtown offers children up to age eleven a great place to pretend, imagine and explore. Located in the Streets of Indian Lake shopping area, it provides a break for busy parents who need a few minutes to relax while their children explore a wide variety of play areas and imaginative spaces that contain climbing toys, a train table, a doll house, hot wheels cars, and dinosaurs as well as a child-sized grocery store, schoolhouse, kitchen, firehouse and hardware store. A separate play area is available for small children. Parents can enjoy free WiFi, a current magazine and comfortable seating while their children play and explore. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Shadrack Watersports Christmas Wonderland

    2572 Music Valley Drive Nashville, TN 37214 United States
    Shadrack's Christmas Wonderland is a beautiful, magical, musical Christmas event not to be missed. Located in Nashville at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort, Shadrack's Christmas Wonderland is a fully orchestrated LED drive-through Christmas light show open to visitors from November 5th through January 2nd. Guests drive through the park and watch and experience Christmas lights which dance in time to a local radio station's Christmas music selection. For an example of this attraction, check out the video on the Shadrack's website. This could become a Christmas tradition or a wonderful Christmas memory for kids of all ages. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Nashville Public Library

    615 Church Street Nashville, TN 37219 United States - Phone: +1 615 862 5800
    Centrally located, the Nashville Public Library offers the residents of the city a treasure trove of books that span genres and ages. The building of the library itself is a symbol of architectural marvel. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, this building has won a national design competition, and it gracefully blends functionality with beauty. As the main location of the network of public libraries in the city, this branch is appointed with several facilities, including an art gallery, meeting rooms, study rooms, a computer classroom, and has Wireless Internet. Besides the massive collection of books, the library also plays host to a range of cultural events, like concerts, exhibitions and much more. For more information, do see the website.
  • High Meadow Alpacas

    3400 Floyd Road Franklin, TN 37064 United States - Phone: +1 615 373 0171
    High Meadow Alpacas is a large and beautiful alpaca farm located in the rolling hills of Leipers Fork south of Nashville outside the city of Franklin. With over 150 acres (61 hectares) and over 400 individual alpacas, High Meadow Alpacas is the largest alpaca breeding farm in the southeast. The award-winning alpacas in this herd come from some of the best breeding lines in the country, resulting in numerous show awards and some of the highest quality alpaca offspring available for purchase anywhere in the country. High Meadow Alpacas welcomes visitors but does not have established hours, so appointments are necessary. This is a great excursion for all animal lovers and particularly alpaca enthusiasts. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Music City Alpacas

    14087 Old Hickory Boulevard Cane Ridge, TN 37013 United States - Phone: +1 615 941 1639
    Music City Alpacas is a lovely alpaca farm located southeast of the city of Nashville near Smyrna, La Vergne and Antioch.  This family-operated farm is home to 28 alpacas, some of which have received blue ribbons in regional alpaca shows. Music City Alpacas breeds, raises, and sells alpacas and alpaca yarn. Photos of animals and yarn made from the warm wool are available for purchase on the farm's website. Music City Alpacas welcomes visitors, but does not keep regular public hours, so alpaca enthusiasts should call ahead to schedule a visit. Music City Alpacas is also available to show an alpaca at schools, clubs and other groups. Animal lovers of all ages will enjoy a visit to Music City Alpacas. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Downtown Franklin

    Main Street Franklin, TN 37064 United States - Phone: +1 615 791 7554(Tourist Information)
    Once the epitome of Southern prosperity and wealth, Franklin, TN has survived through centuries of wars and unrest, to emerge as one of the most well-preserved, historically significant cities in the country. It is in downtown Franklin, that one can see the city’s history still being told by numerous buildings, that are architecturally and aesthetically a wonder to behold. Among the must-see attractions in downtown, are the Masonic Lodge, the first of its kind in the state, the St. Paul’s Church, and the Carter House, which is remembered for the infamous Battle of Franklin in the American Civil War. The downtown is also known for the passel of events it hosts each year, including the Main Street Brew Fest and the Franklin Jazz Festival.
  • Percy Warner Park

    7311 Highway 100 Nashville, TN 37221 United States - Phone: +1 615 352 6299
    Tucked away in the Belle Meade neighborhood of the city, about 9 miles (14.48 kilometers) from downtown, the Percy Warner Park offers an expansive area of green respite for the residents of the city. Together with the Edwin Warner Park, these two are known as the Warner Parks and cover an area of 2684 acres (1086 hectares). One of the most visited parks in the state, the Percy Warner Park has picnic areas, walking trails, an equestrian center, horse trails, golf courses, and more. Plus, the park has earned a place on the National Register of Historic Places because of the rich heritage it preserves.
  • Cheekwood Botanical Gardens

    1200 Forrest Park Drive Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 356 8000 / +1 615 353 2159
    A part of the huge, heritage Cheekwood Estate, the Cheekwood Botanical Gardens lay spread in patches all over the estate, some located along the path leading to the Cheekwood mansion, and some placed surrounding the majestic building. Visitors will be enchanted by the beautifully landscaped gardens, like the Martin Boxwood Gardens, Robertson Ellis Color Garden, Japanese Garden and the Wills Perennial Garden. One of the best ways to discover these gardens is by hiking along the Carell Woodland Sculpture Trail. The gardens are also home to the Botanic Hall, which plays host to a range of events. See the website for further information.
  • Beachaven Vineyards & Winery

    1100 Dunlop Lane Clarksville, TN 37040 United States - Phone: +1 931 645 8867
  • Triple Creek Park

    Off 327 Gibbs Lane Gallatin, TN 37066 United States
  • W.O. Smith Music School

    1125 8th Avenue S Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 255 8355
    This community center for music is heaven-sent for children and adults alike. Learn how to sing or play an instrument for nominal fees (normally less than one dollar). The center also holds concerts and performances.
  • J. Travis Price Park

    Blackwood Drive Springfield, TN 37172 United States - Phone: +1 615 382 1655(City Park Council)
  • Drakes Creek Park

    120 East Main Street Hendersonville, TN 37075 United States - Phone: +1 615 822 3898
  • East Park

    700 Woodland Street Nashville, TN 37206 United States - Phone: +1 615 862 8400(City Park Council)
    Located in the heart of East Nashville, this park is a popular gathering point for the local community. A visitor to this park will probably see a typical park in front of them, with children playing in the kids area, joggers and walkers on the walkways, and couples enjoying some quiet time on the park benches, overlooking the beautiful buildings of this neighborhood. However, the East Park also has something unique to offer the community, being the venue for various events, hosting concerts in its outdoor amphitheater, and being home to the East Community Center. Call to know more.
  • Hillsboro Village

    Hillsboro Village Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 800 657 6910(Tourist Information)
    The city of Nashville boasts a unique and singular character that sets it apart from the other cities and towns in the United States. One of the reasons for this distinction is that the city's neighborhoods and areas are rooted deep in history and heritage. The Hillsboro Village, located a few miles southwest of the downtown area, is one such neighborhood that contributes immensely to the city's charm. The neighborhood started as a streetcar suburb, and gradually establishments like theaters, shops, restaurants, bars and more started sprouting up, increasing its popularity as an entertainment spot in the city. The attractions here are best discovered by foot, as the neighborhood is one of the most pedestrian-friendly areas in the city. The Hillsboro Village is also the venue for a plethora of community events, so plan a trip here when visiting Nashville.
  • Calypso Café

    2424 Elliston Place Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 321 3878
    Taste the flavors of the islands, as you enjoy authentic Caribbean dishes in a casual atmosphere. The diverse menu includes specialties like Jamaican-curried rotisserie chicken, black bean salad, curry chicken salad with pineapple, and boija muffins- a sweet cornbread topped with toasted coconut. Vegetarians will appreciate the large number of non-meat dishes on the menu. A variety of beer and soft drinks are also served.
  • Loveless Cafe

    8400 Highway 100 Nashville, TN 37221 United States - Phone: +1 615 646 9700
    Enjoy Southern delicacies at this nationally acclaimed venue, which has been frequented by celebrities, world travelers and local residents for nearly fifty years. Try the award-winning country ham and red-eye gravy, smoked pork chop, Southern-fried Chicken and made-from-scratch biscuits with homemade preserves cooked right in the kitchen. They hickory smoke their meats starting at 3a every morning, so you know you're getting the real, traditionally made Southern best.
  • Midtown Cafe

    102 19th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 320 7176
    Voted Nashville's "Most Romantic Restaurant" in a recent local newspaper poll, this classically elegant favorite stands out from the rest by serving American fare in an intimate atmosphere. The menu includes fresh seafood, steaks, veal, and pork along with an award-winning wine list. A wide selection of homemade sandwiches, pastas, salads and desserts complete the menu.
  • Tin Angel

    3201 West End Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 298 3444
    Couples love getting cozy in this charming bistro-style neighborhood restaurant. Exposed brick walls bedecked with contemporary art give the place an urban feel that local trendsetters appreciate. Health nuts dig the place for the healthy fare and focus on innovative veggie cuisine, although you will find your share of meat-eater classics like steak and pork chops on the menu. Their fish dishes are also extremely tasty and popular.
  • Pineapple Room Restaurant

    1200 Forrest Park Drive Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 352 4859
    Catch a glimpse of deer wandering out from the nearby woods as you dine in this perennial favorite. The glass-enclosed dining room looks out onto the scenic Botanical Gardens of the Cheekwood Fine Arts Center where wildlife roam freely year-round. The fare includes salads, fresh fruits, soups and sandwiches. Be sure to try the Chicken Salad Sandwich, it's exquisite. Outdoor dining is available on the deck. Box lunches are also available.
  • Broadway Brewhouse & Mojo

    1900 Broadway Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 271 2838
    The Broadway Brewhouse & Mojo is Louisiana Cajun-style cooking in a casual environment, served up with the largest selection of beer in town, making this establishment a popular nightspot. Jambalaya and gumbo are never short on heat and are always chock full of crawfish, unlike some of the other so called Cajun eateries around town. Lovers of Southwestern food will be thrilled to find tortilla dishes loaded with rice and beans, rich sauces and hearty spices.
  • Merchants

    401 Broadway Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 254 1892
    The brick and glass exterior is a departure from the historic downtown design, and the art deco lighting highlights the wrought iron and copper fixtures inside. Patrons will enjoy the counter seats surrounding the open kitchen. The menu features some classics that have made Merchants famous in the Nashville area: Steak Frittes, Jambalaya, Smoked Bristket and Blackened Tialpia. Nestled in a 19th-century structure, that was once Nashville's famous Merchants Hotel, the restaurant is sure to charm you with its historic beauty and delectable cuisine.
  • F. Scott's Restaurant and Jazz Bar

    2210 Crestmoor Road Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 269 5861
    Much like F. Scott Fitzgerald himself, this restaurant is elegant and cool. Featuring live jazz nightly and several intimate dining rooms, F. Scott's offers patrons an exciting alternative to the average bar and restaurant. Peppercorn Seared Tuna is a house favorite, and the Roasted Monkfish is served with a wonderful corn chowder. Grilled venison, beef and chicken round out the menu, and don't forget dessert. The pear tarte tatin with caramelized fruit is divine.
  • Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar

    220 Printers Alley Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 242 5837
    Nashville's premier R&B venue caters to the Blues purist. House band “Stacy Mitchhart and Blues You Can Use” and notable guest performers keep it real. Check the calendar or call for upcoming acts and performances. New Orleans-style Cajun cuisine is served nightly until midnight. Don't underestimate the spices, you'll might regret it, if you're not careful. Don't dare leave without tasting the jambalaya and gumbo.
  • 3rd & Lindsley Bar & Grill

    818 3rd Avenue South Nashville, TN 37210 United States - Phone: +1 615 259 9891
    The most authentic blues bar this side of Chicago is located in the 3rd Avenue office complex and strip mall. Wednesday night's feature house band, The Wooten Brothers, comprised of the insanely talented Victor Wooten (of Bela Fleck and the Flecktones) and his two brothers. The live music has another added benefit. Lines at the bar are very short, as everyone is near the stage listening to the tunes! Food is typical bar fare but still quite good. The burgers are excellent.
  • 12th & Porter

    114 12th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 254 7250
    Heard a local band in Nashville lately? It is hard to find a venue featuring local talent these days, but that's what 12th and Porter is all about. Big name acts appear here, but it's the eclectic local talent that really packs in the crowds. And unlike some smaller venues, the sound quality is exceptional. There are no bad seats, and the atmosphere in this club is a lot of fun.
  • 22nd Street Cafe

    205 22nd Avenue North Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 320 7000
    Trendy coffee shops are common in Nashville, but the 22nd Street Cafe is different in that also serves up great live jazz and blues.

    The shop is frequented by college students and young professionals looking for a good cup of java and a chance to unwind. The atmosphere here is relaxing and artistic. Paintings and drawings by local artists hang on the walls. Try the caramel flavored coffee, it's a tasty and original blend.
  • Douglas Corner Cafe

    2106 8th Avenue Nashville, TN 37204 United States - Phone: +1 615 298 1688
    Come hear some of the best unsigned artists in the field of country music. One listen and you'll know you're in the presence of greatness. Each night includes several acts featuring original tunes, as well as a few covers of your favorite artists. Headliners come on at 9 pm. The music is clearly country, although some of the opening acts have been known to toss in some blues and rock-a-billy music.
  • Bound'ry

    911 20th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 321 3043
    This is no ordinary tapas restaurant; the Bound'ry infuses life into food. It is famous for its unique blend of cuisines from all over the world. The menu changes frequently, but standby favorites include rack of lamb, house made pizzas, and of course their globally inspired small plates. The kitchen isn't the only star here; the bar is a premier spot for gathering with old friends or making new ones. The extensive beer selection includes foreign, domestic and micro-brewed beers and fine wines.
  • Noshville New York Delicatessen

    1918 Broadway Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 329 6674
    You'll find an East Coast style delicatessen, authentic right down to the deli counter lined with Knishes, Pickled Herring, and Nova Lox (not to mention the bowl of pickles that comes gratis at every table) right next to Vanderbilt University and the Parthenon in Nashville's West End. Smoked Fish platters, a bit expensive for breakfast, are wonderful with bagels and cream cheese. The sandwiches are unique and pleasantly large. Pancake lovers will devour all the potato pancakes the chef can serve up, and eggs are served any style.
  • South Street

    907 20th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 320 5555
    When the weather is warm, the open-air seating is the most sought after spot in the place. Winter welcomes diners to sit around the large fireplace in the middle of the restaurant. The bar is popular all the time, and stays lively until closing time. Gulf coast low country food such as Fried Oyster Po' Boys, Fried Shrimp Baskets, pulled Barbeque Pork, Corncakes and daily Blue Plate Specials. Seafood specials are posted in season and include Blackened Red Fish, Grouper and Snapper. You will always find shrimp, crawfish and oysters. Past midnight party animals can take advantage of the late night menu.
  • Santa Fe Cattle Co

    2520 Music Valley Drive Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 885 7852
    Santa Fe Cattle Company is a family restaurant. The casual atmosphere and extensive menu makes it perfect for large groups. You can't go wrong with Santa Fe's famous salsa and black bean nachos. From there, you can choose from any number of Southwestern specialties such as soft tacos, burritos, quesadillas and fajitas. Or opt for American classics like burgers and southern fried catfish. Are you squeezing in a quick lunch hour? No problem! Santa Fe offers an express lunch menu featuring the same entrees found on the dinner menu.
  • Belle Meade Buffet and Cafeteria

    4534 Harding Pike Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 298 5571
    Forget low fat, health conscious, low calorie food. Belle Meade Buffet and Cafeteria place serves delicious Southern American classics. The menu changes daily, and selections include Meatloaf with Creole Sauce and Fresh Whipped Potatoes, Jambalaya with Brown Rice, Roast Round of Beef au Jus, and Grilled Fresh Salmon. Desserts offer a Cobbler du Jour, Egg Custard, and Fudge Pie. There is a nice touch of southern hospitality here. A staff of white-coated waiters brings your tray to your table, and remain close by to serve you.
  • Boscos

    1805 21st Avenue South Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 385 0050
    If you normally shy away from brew pubs because the food takes a back seat to the beer, welcome to the exception to that rule. Bosco's turns out some of the finest food in Nashville, as well as an extensive selection of beers brewed onsite. The Brewmaster's Dinner is a sampling of different entrees prepared exclusively by Bosco's master chef, and each is served with a different brew. A visit here is like an education in food and beverage pairing, and it's a lot of fun. The menu is filled with bistro-style food, pleasantly presented with care by the chef.
  • Lonnie's Western Room

    208 Printers Alley Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 251 1122
    Lonnie's Western Room is a tiny joint with an enormous amount of country music memorabilia and dozens of autographed photos. Folks line up to express their devotion to their favorite country music artists. You see, the only live music here is provided by the patrons themselves. A small stage, a loud Karaoke system and "Garth Brooks style" headset microphones provide the perfect setting for the wannabe superstar to croon the latest hits. The weekend crowd is healthy, the beer is cold, and there is never a cover charge.
  • Bunganut Pig (The)

    1143 Columbia Avenue Franklin, TN 37064 United States - Phone: +1 615 794 4777
    Nestled in the quiet setting of Carter's Court, this cozy Bunganut Pig club serves classic British "pub grub" and features live music nightly. A warm and friendly wait staff and pleasant atmosphere create a perfect setting to relax over a stout and a juicy steak. But don't get too relaxed, the music starts in the evening each night, and there is very little quiet time after that. Come early, and enjoy a good meal. Don't forget to ask your server to tell you the "Pig Story."
  • Valentino's Ristorante

    1907 West End Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 327 0148
    No outside light finds its way into the house, which creates a dimly romantic setting. Intimate and private, Valentino's Ristorante is a favorite choice for amorous couples looking for a night out. Enjoy traditional Italian cuisine featuring veal, chicken and pasta dishes, served with a Caesar salad prepared at your table. Lasagna is the house specialty, and it is excellent. The chef has no fear of extra cheese (low fat eaters beware), and the sauces are rich and spicy. An extensive wine list and other beverages tempt the palate.
  • Capitol Grille

    231 6th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37219 United States - Phone: +1 615 345 7116
    Capitol Grille is one of the area's finest dining establishments. Special touches include fine linens, candles, crystal and fine china. The quality of food and the exceptional service puts this restaurant in a class of its own. The extensive menu is classic American with a bit of Asian and Cajun influence. Unusual side dishes, such as eggplant fries, and cheese grits add pizzazz to the entrees. True adventure seekers should try the "Dinner on the Edge" menu, offering unique dishes at each course, paired with an accompanying wine.
  • Antonio's of Nashville

    7097 Old Harding Road Nashville, TN 37221 United States - Phone: +1 615 646 9166
    Antonio's hasn't forgotten that proper presentation, rich ambiance and courteous service are part of what makes a great dining experience. The chef shows off his many talents with creative appetizers and entrees. Try the rack of lamb marinated with rosemary, thyme and garlic. It is divine! Pasta is bountiful here, and the sauces are rich and full of flavor. Dessert is as tempting as your entree and should not be missed.
  • Casa Fiesta

    2615 Elm Hill Pike Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 871 9490
    There is always a crowd at Casa Fiesta, and most nights the line out front stretches down the sidewalk. Patience, however, is rewarded. Get ready for giant portions of delicious burritos, combination platters, and fajitas with rice and beans on the side garnished with more cheese than you have ever seen. The fried ice cream is a marvelous ending to your meal, and the margaritas, large enough to serve at least four people, will put you in a festive mood and keep you there most of the night!
  • Hog Heaven

    115 27th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 329 1234
    Traditional favorites such as barbecue pork and beef are served with thick, rich sauce and unconventional treats like pit-cooked turkey breast and pulled chicken breast with white BBQ sauce. Try Hog Heaven's spare ribs, turnip greens, black-eyed peas and cornbread. All these are perennial favorites, but the homemade desserts change daily. You can also order your food from the outside window, take-out style. Or if you prefer, you may eat at one of the many picnic tables.
  • Melting Pot

    166 Second Avenue North Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 742 4970
    Intimate private tables provide a perfect setting for romantic couples. The crowd at the Melting Pot is quite sophisticated, as is the dress code. A jacket is recommended but not necessary. To start your fondue experience, the chef will heat the Gruyere, Emmenthaler and white wine for green apples, bread and raw vegetables. You cook your own meat and seafood in oil or broth and then dip it in one of the many dipping sauces. Dessert involves a dozen or more chocolate sauces and bits of pound cake, strawberries and cheesecake.
  • Finezza Trattoria

    5404 Harding Pike Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 356 9398
    At Finezza Trattoria, candle lit tables set the perfect mood for a quiet evening of fine dining. Soft music and unobtrusive servers create a romantic atmosphere for couples to enjoy a peaceful meal. Choose from gourmet pizzas cooked in the wood fired oven, chicken Parmesan or Tuscan chicken. The lasagna is fantastic, and don't miss a chance to taste one of their desserts. You're sure to be pleased with the wine selection, especially if you are a fan of red.
  • Mad Platter Restaurant & Catering

    1239 6th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37208 United States - Phone: +1 615 242 2563
    This 18th-century house is the perfect setting for this fine restaurant. Antique tables and chairs are dressed with fine linen. The Mad Platter's menu changes daily, another boon, so each visit invites a new experience. You may find duck breast with grits and  orange gastrique or bone-in pork chop with whipped vanilla sweet potato and sorghum reduction. Wickedly rich pates and assorted appetizers are not to be missed and a true Caesar salad is a perfect beginning. For dessert, do not fail to order the Chocolate Elvis, a chocolate confection worthy of its namesake.
  • McCabe Pub

    4410 Murphy Road Nashville, TN 37209 United States - Phone: +1 615 269 9406
    Working parents and weary business travelers know that sometimes the best meal is simple home cooking served quickly. There is always room for one more at this busy eatery, and the menu is filled with home-style favorites like burgers and fries, huge salads and hearty meatloaf. At McCabe Pub's fresh vegetables, barbecue platters and fried catfish are always served with fresh baked bread. The decor is part family restaurant and part sports bar. Charming wood and glass trophy cases display sports jerseys of different stars.
  • Rotier's Restaurant

    2413 Elliston Place Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 327 9892
    Traditions do not come easy in this town, but some things never change. Take the menu: it is a standard "meat and three", a term given to restaurants serving a meat entree and three vegetables. However, Rotier's delicious southern-style cooking sets it apart from the other buffet offerings around town. Fresh baked cornbread and dinner rolls accompany every meal. If you are really adventurous, try a burger. It may be high-calorie, but you can always put the diet away and enjoy this tasty delight once in a while!
  • Arnold's Country Kitchen

    605 8th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 256 4455
    Arnold's white cinder-block building is almost an eyesore from the outside, with a farm-fence painted on the walls, but the diners don't seem to mind. A substantial crowd gathers here for breakfast and lunch. You might have to wait in line awhile, but the wait is worth it. Beef or pork is standard fare, and your choice is served with fresh vegetables, hot cornbread, iced tea, and decadent cream filled pies.
  • Amerigo

    1920 West End Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 320 1740
    It's rare that an Italian restaurant is not romantic. Yet Amerigo breaks the rules and caters to families rather than young lovers. Plentiful portions of pastas—Fettuccine, Cannelloni al Forno, Lasagna—are served with creamy and hearty sauces. Thin crust pizzas are topped with creative selections like Gouda cheese, spinach and smoked chicken. The veal is delicious and all entrees are served with fresh baked bread and Caesar Salad. There's a limited wine list, and the bar serves mixed drinks and beer.
  • Golden Thai Cuisine

    73 White Bridge Road Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 353 9411
    Golden Thai Cuisine just north of the downtown business district, is Nashville's best choice for Thai cuisine. Curried chicken, beef and shrimp are served with white rice and fresh vegetables. The noodle dishes are fantastic and feature a rich and creamy peanut sauce. Coconut ice cream, the perfect ending to your meal, is served with fresh peanuts. Domestic beer is served here, but if you want wine, you must bring your own. Your server will gladly uncork and serve your favorite bottle.
  • Sole Mio

    311 3rd Avenue South Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 256 4013
    Soft piano music greets you at Sole Mio as you are invited to sit down to a meal of Northern Italian cuisine. The manicotti is a house specialty and the pasta dishes are served with your choice of creamy alfredo sauce or rich marinara. If you are in the mood for something different, try one of the creative thin crust pizzas topped with four cheeses and artichoke hearts, as well as any number of other delicious toppings. Wine, beer, mixed and soft drinks served, too.
  • Sunset Grill

    2001 Belcourt Avenue Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 386 3663
    It isn't uncommon to find yourself dining with top country music stars and local media types at the Sunset Grill. This is a high-energy place, perfect for a business dinner or casual lunch. The menu is eclectic and offers interesting food combinations such as smoked salmon and pastas or tunas. Fresh fish and vegetarian plates are part of the daily specials, and the Caesar Salad, topped with sundried tomatoes, is a hit. The wine list is lengthy and offers something for everyone.
  • Boswell's Harley Davidson Grill

    401 Fessler's Ln Nashville, TN 37210 United States - Phone: +1 615 242 6067
    Theme restaurants come and go, but few allow you to eat your meal atop a Harley Lowrider. Here in this clever diner, patrons are treated to cheeseburgers and smoked sausage sandwiches as good as any around. You can also purchase Harley Davidson clothing, gift items and motorcycle accessories. The decor is strictly "Hell's Angels" but the service is warm and friendly. One thing you won't find here are the immense crowds normally associated with such theme establishments. Expect to pay a bit more for a good sized burger, and add a couple of dollars to it if you choose the fries, and you really should! They are delicious.
  • Es Fernandos Mexican Restaurant

    4704 Gallatin Pike Nashville, TN 37216 United States - Phone: +1 615 227 3060
    After many years, folks in Nashville still choose this popular Mexican eatery over any other. Why? Maybe it's because the Es Fernandos Mexican's menu boasts over 100 items. Maybe it's because the average price of an entree is less than other restaurants. Or maybe it's just, because it offers the best Mexican food in the city. Diners who want their meal in a hurry will appreciate the drive-thru window, and families will appreciate the great value.
  • Demos' Steak and Spaghetti House

    300 Commerce Street Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 256 4655
    Demos' is a great place for a family meal or business lunch. Garden salads and pasta dishes are the most prominent items on the menu, but you will find a few steak selections as well. The house special is a basic, yet delicious, spaghetti and meatballs plate, and your meal always begins with hot buttered bread. Be warned: this is not the place for a leisurely lunch or romantic dinner. The pace is quick.
  • Dalt's

    38 White Bridge Road Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 352 8121
    Sometimes forgotten amidst the mass of other eateries near Lion's Head Cinema, Dalt's classic American diner made a name for itself with simple, elegant food and outstanding service. Malts, shakes and burgers are standard fare here, but they are far from ordinary; they are made with real milk and are thick and creamy; burgers are enormous and come dressed with everything from mushrooms and Swiss cheese to slices of smoked turkey. The best selection on the menu is the chicken salad quesadilla, but the eclectic menu has something for everyone. A visit here is not complete without the chocolate malt.
  • Franklin Chop House

    1101 Murfreesboro Road Franklin, TN 37064 United States - Phone: +1 615 591 7666
    In case the name didn't give it away, Franklin's specialty is meat. Chicken, ribs and beef are served up in classic American style. Enormous portions and reasonable prices make this restaurant a favorite with families and large groups. The menu deviates from the basic meat dishes to pasta and seafood platters. They are equally tasty and reasonably priced. Extra hungry patrons choosing should try the authentic Maryland Crab Cakes for an appetizer. Dessert lovers must indulge in the Oreo Cookie ice cream pie.
  • Elliston Place Soda Shop

    2111 Elliston Place Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 327 1090
    Elliston's owner hasn't changed the restaurant much since its opening in 1950s. The great food and service that made this famous also remain the same. Burgers and shakes are the standard here, but you can also get a good 'meat-and-three' meal as well. While this Nashville landmark was made famous by the movie, "Sweet Dreams: The Patsy Cline Story" starring Jessica Lange, its popularity with downtown workers and Vanderbilt University students is attributed mainly to its casual atmosphere and delicious food.
  • El Chico Cafe

    928 Two Mile Parkway Goodlettsville, TN 37072 United States - Phone: +1 615 859 1112
    This is not the place for the lactose intolerant. Cheese comes with everything here, and so does a healthy serving of hospitable service. Since it opened in 1940, El Chico Cafe has been pleasing diners with its classic Mexican combinations: tamales, enchiladas and fried beans. The chef stuffs tons of meat, cheese and beans into everything he prepares, from tacos and burritos, to delicious chimichangas. Chips and salsa are a standard pre-dinner snack, and a bowl of spicy vegetables offers a decidedly different approach to 'chip-dipping.'
  • Dragon Garden

    2817 West End Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 385 0889
    Nashville is not known for its Chinese food, but this West End favorite is. Order their signature dish, Mai Fun, rice noodles with stir fried chicken or pork. You won't be disappointed. Dragon Garden is takeaway and delivery only. So you can call and have the food delivered to your hotel room, or pick it up and enjoy a picnic in nearby Centennial Park. Priced to please, pint and quart sized portions are available for an affordable lunch.
  • Jimmy Kelly's Steakhouse

    217 Louise Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 329 4349
    Long ago, during the days when alcohol was prohibited throughout the United States, Jimmy Kelly's was a little known place to go in Nashville for some of the forbidden elixir. Old-timers fondly remember the succulent steaks and warm atmosphere of this homey Southern restaurant. You can still come here for a delicious steak today. Toss back a beer or two and relax, while the white-gloved wait staff attends to your every need. Dine on the outdoor patio or the glassed-in porch when the temperature allows.
  • Peep (Le)

    5133 Harding Road Suite 86 Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 353 0030
    Le Peep is far from your basic breakfast. An egg-heavy menu features creative twists on simple themes. Scrambled, poached or folded into an omelet, whichever way you want to have it. But the eggs are simply excellent. The Peasant Potatoes, Le Peep's answer to hash browns, are smallish chunks of potatoes fried to a golden brown. Every kind of coffee drink is featured at the beverage bar along with fruit juice and protein-rich power drinks for the health conscious. You can eat eggs for lunch if you like, but Le Peep also serves burgers, sandwiches, salads and delicious baked chicken plates. You will appreciate the delicious food and fine service.
  • Kobe Steaks Japanese Restaurant

    210 25th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 327 9081
    The food here at Kobe Steaks is delicious, but it takes a back seat to the flamboyance of the chefs who prepare it. Hibachi-style grills are the stage on which these culinary performers prepare your meal with daring and drama. The flying knives and spinning spatulas dazzle you, as your choice of steak, shrimp or chicken is cooked along with rice, vegetables and other goodies. This is a great place for casual business dining or a first date. It promises outstanding value and an entertaining night out!
  • Koto Japanese Restaurant

    137 Seventh Avenue North Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 255 8122
    Unlike its Hibachi-style counterparts, Koto offers a quiet dining experience with exceptional Japanese cuisine. The tranquil aquariums and gentle Japanese music create a perfect setting to relax with friends or settle the details of a business deal. Take off your shoes, and order a plate of shrimp rolls or Alaskan smoked salmon, or keep your shoes on and step up to the sushi bar. Those who need to grab lunch to go can order a Teriyaki box lunch at an incredibly low price.
  • Kien Giang Restaurant

    5825 Charlotte Pike Nashville, TN 37209 United States - Phone: +1 615 353 1250
    Vietnamese food is the ultimate health food because of its high vegetable and rice content. Aside from the health benefits, it's also delicious. Here you will find all sorts of Vietnamese delicacies like egg rolls, noodle soups, stuffed rice flour pancakes and Vietnamese Salad (lettuce, cilantro, lime wedges and sprouts rolled in rice paper with meat and seafood). Wash it all down with fresh juices and teas or iced coffee or imported beer.
  • Palmas Mexican Restaurant (Las)

    15560 Old Hickory Boulevard Nashville, TN 37211 United States - Phone: +1 615 831 0432
    Some of the spiciest, freshest and best Mexican food is served at Las Palmas Mexican Restaurant. The restaurant serves traditional Mexican cuisine, but for a real treat try one of their specialties like Quesadilla Rellena. Bring a big appetite because they don't skimp on portions, and that goes double for the margaritas!
  • Greek Touch

    13 Arcade Nashville, TN 37219 United States - Phone: +1 615 259 9493
    This delightful lunch destination is partly a restaurant and partly an entertainment zone. The fun and the food are provided by the husband and wife owners. While they take your order and prepare the food, they haze one another, joke with the customers and playfully argue about the day's events. The food, however, is no laughing matter. Enormous gyros, Greek salads full of feta cheese and homemade baklava will satisfy your hunger and delight your taste buds. Don't pass up the fresh squeezed lemonade. No alcohol is served here.
  • Ichiban Japanese Cuisine

    109 Second Avenue North Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 244 7900
    It's right in the middle of the tourist section of town, yet unlike the trendy theme restaurants down the street, the food and atmosphere are surprisingly original at Ichiban Japanese Restaurant. Sit down to a quiet meal, something that's hard to come by in this area, and take a break from your sightseeing. The sushi menu is extensive with over 20 selections including the signature Nashville Roll. Creative dishes like the sushi pizza with shrimp, avocado and crab served on top of a piece of seaweed. Teriyaki dishes and noodle soups round out the dining experience along with a full bar to whet your palate!
  • Kebab Gyros

    210 4th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37219 United States - Phone: +1 615 256 4871
    You will find the best gyro (pronounced JEER-oh) in town at this Metro Center eatery called Kebab Gyros. But diners who don't care for ethnic food can also feast on cheeseburgers and fries, chicken sandwiches with a Greek flavor or fresh vegetable pita sandwiches. The gyros are the star here, however, served with rice pilaf and tabbouleh. With most restaurants moving closer to the tourist trade, it's nice to still have a place to go for a quick meal that really satisfies.
  • Hacienda Supermercado (La)

    2617-A Nolensville Road Nashville, TN 37211 United States - Phone: +1 615 256 5066
    John Hopper Tours doubles as an ethnic market selling everything from pig ears to piñatas. Far from trendy, this simple establishment services those wanting authentic fixings for their favorite meals. The restaurant serves lunch and dinner. Tacos, burritos, enchiladas and tamales are not the run of the mill fast food variety, but rather real Mexican cuisine served for very few pesos. If you decide to shop for ingredients to make your own feast, take your time and enjoy a handful of tortilla chips as you walk the aisles. They serve them hot all day to both diners and shoppers.
  • Morton's-The Steakhouse

    618 Church Street Nashville, TN 37219 United States - Phone: +1 615 259 4558
    Downtown business deals, marriage proposals and special nights out require elegant dining. There are few places more elegant than Morton's. Guests are greeted by a friendly hostess and directed to the comfortable bar to wait for their table. The bar is amply stocked with imported and domestic beers, along with fine wine. Once seated in the dark, wood-paneled dining room you will discover the real charm of this restaurant—the food. Steaks and seafood are impressive and served alongside fresh vegetables. Bread and salads complete an elegant, albeit expensive meal.
  • Mama Mia's

    4671 Trousdale Drive Nashville, TN 37204 United States - Phone: +1 615 331 7207
    The best meal is shared with family, and in Mama Mia's you will feel like you are at home. Mia is mother to most of the staff here—it's not just a clever name, her family strives to make you feel comfortable. Delicious homemade garlic bread arrives at your table shortly after you are seated. Simple homemade Italian dishes like pastas with cream or tomato sauce, Veal Parmesan, Chicken Marinara and Mama's nightly specials are both familiar and tasty. Parties of four or more can make reservations.
  • Madison Family Restaurant

    201 Gallatin Road South Madison, TN 37115 United States - Phone: +1 615 868 7376
    Madison Family Restaurant is a real family restaurant. The Madison family has been serving families like yours for decades, and the southern style food here is sure to please even the pickiest clans. Beef, chicken or fish entrees come with your choice of vegetables and corn bread on the side. Burgers, some of the best in town, make a good lunch, and homemade desserts top off your meal.
  • Long Hollow Jamboree & Restaurant

    3600 Long Hollow Pike Goodlettsville, TN 37072 United States - Phone: +1 615 824 4445
    In 1974, a little country grocery store was the site of a weekly jam session. Musicians would come from miles around to "pick a little" on the guitar and sing favorite tunes. The Jam Session evolved into what is now a favorite family-style restaurant. Tresa Street and her band performs on Friday nights and Bob Payne and his band perform on Saturday nights. You can be the first to listen to upcoming new talent on Tuesday nights since the microphone is open to amateurs. No alcohol served and smoking is prohibited, but bring your appetite. The pork barbecue and chicken are some of the best around. Long Hollow Jamboree & Restaurant is only 11 miles north of Nashville.
  • Old Spaghetti Factory

    160 North 2nd Avenue Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 254 9010
    The historic Victorian structure houses Old Spaghetti Factory and is filled with antiques from the period. Classy enough for business lunch, yet casual enough for family dinner. Long Island ice teas flow like water from the romantic bar with love seats and intimate seating for couples. Families can eat an entire pasta dinner with salad and bread without burning a hole in the pocket! All together, it's a formula for success even in the touristy climate of Second Avenue.
  • Chinatown Restaurant

    3900 Hillsboro Road Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 269 3275
    It may not win any awards for authentic Chinese decor, but the food at Chinatown Restaurant takes top prize. The menu offers traditional Chinese favorites like moo goo gai pan, fried rice, beef broccoli and kung pao chicken, but the buffet is the destination of most diners. Over 20 selections are offered each day on the enormous serving line. Alongside the oriental delicacies are a few not-so-Asian favorites like macaroni and cheese, french fries and chicken wings, proof that Chinese food takes a back seat to deep fried goodness in Nashville.
  • Oriental Express

    900 8th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37208 United States - Phone: +1 615 255 1581
    As the name implies, Oriental Express is all about speed. Your food arrives at your table almost immediately after you place your order. And if that isn't fast enough, try the enormous buffet. All your favorite Chinese dishes are featured here: egg rolls, sweet and sour chicken, lo mein noodles, fried rice and more. The selection is extensive, and seldom changes—which means you can be assured your favorite traditional Chinese dishes are available, whenever you hop in here.
  • Nick's Italian Deli

    508 5th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 254 7210
    Downtown diners file in for the best calzones and sub sandwiches in town. Hearty Italian dishes like lasagna and baked ziti are served hot and fresh everyday at this eatery, located a few blocks from the business district. If you are fortunate enough to claim one of the 12 tables, you can relax in the pleasant atmosphere and enjoy a delicious order of eggplant parmigiana or tortellini. Most people phone ahead for a takeaway order, since it is so busy, but the food is just as delicious in your office or hotel room as in the restaurant.
  • Pie Wagon

    118 12th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 256 5893
    To some, the idea of a restaurant that has no menu is a bit unnerving. But to folks in the Southern United States, it's just another day at a meat-and-three. The cook serves up a host of side dishes to accompany the meat entree of the day. A delicious serving of beef or chicken with your choice of three sides is priced at a reasonably great value, especially for families. The inviting, comfortable atmosphere is the perfect setting for mom, dad and the kids.
  • Prince's Hot Chicken Shack

    123 Ewing Drive Nashville, TN 37207 United States - Phone: +1 615 226 9442
    Forget about fast food chicken sandwiches that claim to be spicy, this is the real thing. Four levels of heat are available—mild, which is frightfully spicy in its own right; medium, which will make you grimace in painful bliss; hot, which is seriously life threatening; extra hot—don't try this unless you have medical personnel nearby. Sandwiches are served with pickle spears and beans or slaw. Vending machines provide carbonated refreshment.
  • Provence Breads & Cafe

    1705 21st Avenue South Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 386 0363
    A delightful coffee house with obvious European influences. An upscale sandwich shop with creative combinations of meats and breads. A quaint little pasta house with fresh linguine and fettuccini. Provence Breads & Cafe is a French bistro with a varied selection of food which is sure to make even a Parisian tear up thinking of home. A bakery serving gourmet feta and olive loaves. However, you will love the casually elegant atmosphere. Take your friends to a leisurely dinner or meet clients for lunch.
  • Riverwalk Cafe

    138 2nd Avenue North Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 256 0401
    Butler's Run is a quiet alley turned into a trendy row of cafes and shops. Halfway down "The Run" is a perfect spot for a quick breakfast or a casual lunch called Riverwalk Cafe. Bagels, scones, donuts and coffee are the standard morning meal here and with coffee you'll pay less than five dollars. Lunch is a festive time with downtowners arriving in droves for fresh deli sandwiches and hearty soups. Homemade cookies and pies are the perfect ending to a great meal. A note about takeout orders—every office has a habit of sending one person out for the whole gang, and this cafe wants to show their sympathy. If you pick up an order for ten or more, your lunch is free.
  • Rae's Gourmet Catering & Sandwich Shoppe

    501 Union Steet Nashville, TN 37219 United States - Phone: +1 615 313 7237
    You won't find an impressive decor in Rae's Gourmet Sandwich Shoppe, in fact if you don't look carefully, you may not find the shop at all. Located on the basement level of an office building on Union Street, this gourmet eatery has been delighting diners for years. Cajun-style favorites like Grilled beef tenderloin, po-boys and red beans and rice offer a spicy change of pace, and the Angus Beef & Cheddar sandwich is a hearty meal for people on the run. Wash it all down with iced tea, soft drinks or a cold beer. Special note—If you love the creative varieties of Zapp's potato chips, you have found the only place in town to buy them.
  • Puffy Muffin

    231 Franklin Road Brentwood, TN 37027 United States - Phone: +1 615 373 2741
    Not only do Brentwood residents love Puffy Muffin, hungry folks from surrounding towns flock here for fresh baked breads and muffins. While breakfast is a busy time here, the lunch crowd keeps Lynda on her toes as well. Croissants filled with ham and cheese and the zesty chicken casserole are favorites. If you can't get enough of the fresh baked bread, don't worry, you can take a loaf or two home with you.
  • Samurai

    2209 Elliston Place Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 320 5438
    The motto here should be "Nashville's best kept sushi secret." It seems most people have never heard of Samurai, which is difficult to believe given the quality of food served here. Nevertheless, thanks to their oversight, you can always find a table in this little eatery. The sushi is very good, served in traditional and not-so-traditional varieties. A nod to Nashville is the Nashville Roll, which blends crab and smoked salmon with avocado. Those who don't like sushi will appreciate the chicken and beef teriyaki selections.
  • Shalimar

    3711 Hillsboro Pike Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 269 8577
    After a decade of serving the finest Indian cuisine in the city, Shalimar has become a Nashville tradition. Intimate atmosphere and ornate decorative touches make this a perfect spot for a romantic dinner. The menu features simple, yet delicious Indian favorites like curries and masalas. The Chicken Tikki Masala is the house specialty, and a favorite among regulars. Each dish is served to varying degrees of spiciness, so specify how hot you want your evening to be. Spiced Indian teas, fruit juices and soft drinks are served here, but no alcohol.
  • Cascades

    2800 Opryland Drive Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 871 6848
    The convincing oasis setting at Cascades almost makes you forget you're in a luxury hotel. The tranquil fountains and exotic plants lend themselves perfectly to the seafood menu. Guests of the Opryland Hotel rave about the food and fine service here, but this clever upscale dining experience isn't for hotel guests only. It's perfect for a romantic dinner or business luncheon, and you will love the soft-shell crabs, salmon steaks and scallop ravioli. Start your meal with oysters on the half shell and top off the event with something from the dessert cart, which features a delightfully sinful collection of cakes, pies and tortes.
  • Windows On The Cumberland

    112 Second Avenue North Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 251 0097
    Unlike many downtown music venues, Windows On The Cumberland has character and atmosphere. Tall windows line the wood-paneled walls and actually do overlook the Cumberland River. The narrow room features a small stage and a small balcony. The tables are normally pushed to the walls to make room for dancing, and there's plenty of reason to dance. A local band kicks off the show every night at five with an "unplugged" set, followed by the nightly headliner. Saturday night is old-time country night and Sundays feature the sounds of the islands with reggae bands. Come in and enjoy a brew, listen to some tunes and dance the night away. No cover charge.
  • Cheeseburger Charley's

    400 21st Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 327 0220
    Cheeseburger Charley's seem like pretty simple fare, but this lively diner offers an interesting twist on the American classic. How about an all-beef patty grilled with mixed vegetables, or a black bean burger? What about a beefalo burger or a nice turkey burger? These are healthy alternatives, containing less than seven grams of fat per serving. Burger purists can still opt for the greasier variety of burger, and no one should pass up the fries. You can't be healthy all the time, can you?
  • Sam & Zoe's

    525 Heather Place Nashville, TN 37204 United States - Phone: +1 615 385 2676
    Java heaven is the best way to describe this understated espresso shop called Sam And Zoe's. Inside the old house off Branford Avenue you will find wonderful coffees, bagels, smoothies, sandwiches and pastries. Poetry readings on Wednesday nights and live music on Fridays and Saturdays create a 1960s feel. Most performers are little-known local talent, but there are surprises on the small stage from time to time. This is Nashville, after all.
  • Hermitage Cafe

    71 Hermitage Avenue Nashville, TN 37210 United States - Phone: +1 615 254 8871
    Not every meal has to be a healthy, gourmet experience. That's good news for this little diner. At Hermitage Cafe, you'll be hard-pressed to find anything healthy here, except maybe the water, but the cafe does serve delicious food nonetheless. The sometimes surly wait staff serves hot and fresh food 24 hrs a day, including eggs and hashbrowns, hot sandwiches, greasy hamburgers and country-fried steaks. The decor is a bit rustic, but for late-night dining after a game or for an early morning breakfast, there's no place better. Just don't have your cholesterol checked the same day.
  • San Antonio Taco Co.

    416 21st Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 327 4322
    Nashville loves Tex-Mex cooking, which is a combination of traditional Mexican and Southwest American cuisines, and this restaurant near the Vanderbilt University campus attracts a crowd of local diners. Whether it's hot or cold outside, enjoy lunch on the huge outdoor patio. Heat lamps and cooling fans provide simple climate control. Order a bucket of your favorite beer, some queso and chips and get ready for a great afternoon with friends. If you need a little more nourishment, try the quesadillas or enchiladas, both of which are extremely popular.
  • Tex's World Famous Barbecue

    1013 Foster Avenue Nashville, TN 37210 United States - Phone: +1 615 254 8715
    Well, it may not be world famous, but in Nashville everyone knows about Tex and his barbecue lunch specials. Tex takes thick slices of beef, chicken and pork and cooks them slow in his own special sauce. He serves the meat hot, with hearty portions of corn bread and spicy baked beans. The delicious food and friendly service, with Tex himself cooking and serving your meal, has made this a popular spot with the Music Row crowd. Don't be surprised to find country music recording artists staking their claim to a meal here. Call ahead for directions. It's not the easiest place to find.
  • Bruegger's Bagel Bakery

    5311 Harding Pike Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 352 1128
    These may not be Nashville's best bagels, but this friendly bakery does provide Nashville's fastest and finest service. The good bagels come in a wide variety of flavors, as do the delicious spreads and toppings, but the best feature of this establishment is its speed. The clever ordering system takes some getting used to (place order here, pick up bagel, go find toppings, pay over there) but this assembly-line method gets you in and out in a hurry and on your way to work. Brewed fresh each morning, the coffee is as good as any gourmet blend in town. Lunch includes light sandwiches, soups and, of course, more bagels.
  • Mary's Pit Barbecue

    1106 Jefferson Street Nashville, TN 37208 United States - Phone: +1 615 256 7696
    Late-night dining usually means greasy burgers or runny eggs, but even in the wee hours you can get real food on Jefferson Street. Mary cooks hand-pulled pork barbecue all night long and serves it with corn bread and sauce so hot you'll beg for water. Try the wonderful chicken sandwiches, but be careful because Mary cooks the bones, too. Potato salad and cole slaw taste like the stuff mom used to take on picnics, and no one can resist Mary's baked beans. Call during the daylight hours and order pork, chicken or beef barbecue and take some of that late-night magic home.
  • Tennessee T-Cakes

    200 Hill Avenue Nashville, TN 37210 United States - Phone: +1 615 256 3950
    Southern cuisine is not all about fried chicken, fried green tomatoes, and ham. Try a traditional southern delacy, called tea cakes at this restaurant-cum-bakery, made famous by the Oprah Winfrey Show. These tasty vanilla wafers are made fresh at this delightful bakery. They serve tea cakes and light, fluffy cupcakes that makes for a delectable dessert or teatime accompaniment. Speaking of tea, the shop serves several varieties, including chamomile and Earl Grey.
  • Picnic Cafe

    4334 Harding Road Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 297 5398
    Remember the soda fountain in the local drugstore? It's making a comeback. This little lunch counter serves a full range of sandwiches, shakes and more. Sit at one of the white picnic tables and enjoy the best chicken salad sandwich in Nashville, or savor the Tomato Basil Soup, made fresh each day. Also try delicious, filling specialty sandwiches like the Boulevard, a triple-decker with ham, turkey and cheese. Forget about the hassle of packing a lunch basket, escape the bugs, and have your picnic inside. Who has the time to go on a real picnic anymore anyway?
  • Great Harvest Bread Company

    3900 Hillsboro Pike Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 298 1032
    As the name suggests, this establishment is all about bread. You'll find standards like Honey Wheat and Sunflower Wheat, but the specialty breads bring the masses back again and again to taste baking perfection. Thrilling creations like Basil Parmesan, Cranberry Orange and Onion Dill change the bread routine. Choose any of these breads as the basis of a hearty sandwich made with fresh meats, veggies and cheeses. Muffins, cookies, and rich soups are also made fresh.
  • Donut Den

    3900 Hillsboro Pike Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 385 1021
    A favorite among musicians from the nearby Bluebird Cafe, this shop offers nighthawks and early birds fresh java and the best cake doughnuts in town. The menu board features specialty doughnuts daily, some created on a whim. Doughnut creations in the display case may include Chocolate Raspberry, Maple Syrup and Blueberry Apple. This place doesn't fool around with the basic formula, so it's donuts and coffee only.
  • Baraka Bakery and Restaurant

    5596 Nolensville Pike Nashville, TN 37211 United States - Phone: +1 615 333 9285
    This bakery and restaurant specializes in Middle Eastern cuisine and offers many ethnic food items in their small grocery store. Try an enormous pita sandwich filled with sliced lamb, spices and mint. Add a side order of hummus and baba ghanoush for a perfect meal. The dining room is spacious and seats 20 or more patrons. You can also carry out a dinner feast or delightful pastry platter to take home.
  • Wildhorse Saloon

    120 Second Avenue North Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 902 8200
    This is "the" place to kick your spurs up in Music City. The dance floor is the largest in Nashville, and the music and dancing are virtually nonstop. If showing off your moves makes you hungry, the kitchen offers a full lunch and dinner menu and the bar serves up frosty mugs of your favorite imported and domestic brews. This place is perfect for a night out with friends, a birthday party or for "boot-scootin'" with your sweetheart.
  • J. Alexander's

    73 White Bridge Road Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 352 0981
    The décor is simple and understated, yet elegant and tasteful. Linen tablecloths, dark woods and glass accents lend themselves well to the romantic atmosphere. Start your meal with an outrageously tasty Caesar salad. Choose one of the fresh seafood entrees or a thick, juicy steak so tender it literally falls off the bone. Southwestern chicken pasta is a hot and spicy selection. Alcohol and soft beverages are served.
  • Center Point Barbecue

    1212 West Main Street Hendersonville, TN 37075 United States - Phone: +1 615 824 9330
    This restaurant provides the Music City area with some of the best barbecue pork and chicken around. The kitchen makes sandwiches, platters and ribs, and that's all, except for an occasional pie for dessert. The enormous sandwiches come piled high with chopped pork or chicken, and dinner platters come with your choice of side orders. The white beans are a popular choice. If you're planning a party or picnic, call ahead and pick up a slab or two of ribs, smothered in spices and served with a quart of rich, tangy sauce.
  • Jody's Dining Hall

    209 10th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 259 4875
    A trendy, artistic space accented with tall windows and candlelit tables, the dining area is both romantic and formal. It's a preferred place for business dinners. The gourmet fare has strange names but creative flavor combinations. Duck, steak and seafood entrees come with curry sauces, Thai vegetables and almond-crusted breadings. Diners can order wine and mixed drinks with meals, but the real drinking takes place next door in the "bar car."
  • Chef's Market

    900 Conference Drive Goodlettsville, TN 37072 United States - Phone: +1 615 851 2433
    This gourmet grocery doubles as a bistro. Eggs and croissants with a hot cup of coffee start the day; deli sandwiches and pasta dishes are favorites at lunchtime. Don't know what to prepare for dinner? Take home an entire gourmet meal, ready to be served in minutes. Choose from fresh salads and vegetables, roasted duck, chicken and fish. Select a loaf of fresh baked bread and a chocolate or fruit dessert, and you're meal is complete.
  • Corky's Barbecue

    100 Franklin Road Brentwood, TN 37027 United States - Phone: +1 615 373 1020
    From the moment you walk through the doors, you'll bebop to the oldies music blaring throughout the dining area, and you'll enjoy the lively banter between the wait staff and the kitchen. It's almost a '50s-style diner setting, without the pink neon and soda counter. The food here is almost as good as the atmosphere. The magnificent Overstuffed Baked Potato is a large Idaho potato baked to perfection and topped with butter, barbecue and cheese. Barbecue beef, chicken and turkey sandwiches and platters satisfy your hot and spicy cravings. Kids have their own menu featuring "pint-sized" barbecue sandwiches, chicken wings and hotdogs. Corky's serves domestic and imported beer in bottles and on tap.
  • Dennison's Restaurant

    2330 Franklin Pike Nashville, TN 37204 United States - Phone: +1 615 269 9716
    Family dining isn't always easy to find in the Melrose area of Nashville, but this comfortable eatery provides a pleasant atmosphere and good food at a very reasonable price. Breakfast is the best time to experience this place, and it is indeed an experience. Waitresses rush from table to table serving dishes of eggs and sausage, pancakes and bacon, grits and biscuits. Lunch is typical meat-and-three fare, with chicken or beef entrees served with two side items. Mashed potatoes, creamed corn, white beans, turnip greens and spinach are some of the delicious sides. Vegetable plates are an option for those looking for something almost healthy here.
  • Hard Rock Cafe

    100 Broadway Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 742 9900
    As you would expect, Nashville's Hard Rock includes a lot of country and western memorabilia. Among the more popular items on display are a guitar signed by Stevie Ray Vaughn and recording equipment used by Elvis Presley. It's a popular place, so expect a long wait for your burger and fries, the typical fare at any Hard Rock location. The gift shop next door sells T-shirts, key chains, posters and other music related items that make great souvenirs.
  • Dotson's Restaurant

    99 East Main Street Franklin, TN 37064 United States - Phone: +1 615 794 2805
    The little town of Franklin is famous for its rich history and its antique galleries, but this family-style restaurant may boost Franklin's popularity a bit more. Locating a restaurant next to a farmer's market makes fresh food easy to come by. Enjoy the absolute best vegetables and fruit, as well as fresh baked bread and dessert. Fried chicken is the best item on the menu, but the Country-Style Steak and Gravy is worth a try too. The pick of the litter, however, is the Fresh Veggie Plate. Choose five vegetables from over a dozen options and enjoy a healthy and delicious lunch or dinner. Early risers will love the breakfast menu filled with traditional Southern favorites like buttermilk biscuits and grits.
  • Nashville Nightlife Breakfast and Dinner Theater

    2416 Music Valley Drive Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 885 4747
    Meals go better with entertainment, and you'll get your fill of great food and fun at this clever diner and cabaret—shows feature singers and dancers from the old Opryland Theme Park. Country music, pop anthems and swing music find their way onto the playbill. Breakfast shows are staged on select days and last about an hour and a half. Dinner shows begin at 6:30pm and run the same length. Nightlife is also available for holding parties, functions and reunions.
  • Silver Sands

    937 Locklayer Street Nashville, TN 37208 United States - Phone: +1 615 742 1652
    Hidden away a few blocks from the Nashville farmers' market, this Southern restaurant shares its famous charms. Friendly Southern ladies greet you as you enter, and more fine women of honorable Southern reputation take your order. Even the simple, almost rustic decor of this Nashville tradition adds a charming touch. But the real Southern fare is the biggest charm here. Don't even ask for something grilled. Chances are if your order isn't deep fried, it will be shortly. Thick juicy meat entrees and batter-fried chicken come with fresh vegetables from the nearby market.
  • Something Special

    107 Heady Drive Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 352 0296
    Not every party you host has to feature strange foods no one has ever heard of. This Southern caterer specializes in delicious variations on the foods you grew up with and grew to love. Menu items the staff can prepare for your next gathering include tuna casserole, pork tenderloin, chicken salad and sweet potato casserole. Fabulous pies, cobblers and puddings satisfy any sweet tooth. Located in the Belle Meade area, this caterer handles very small events as well. How about a box lunch for a picnic or a meal for the family?
  • Swett's Restaurant

    2725 Clifton Avenue Nashville, TN 37209 United States - Phone: +1 615 329 4418
    Since moving to its new location in Nashville, this popular cafeteria has gained a whole new clientele without losing any of its loyal customers. Entrees change daily, but there's always a good selection of Southern dishes, including fresh vegetables like turnip greens and sweet corn. One taste of the Fried Chicken will conjure up memories of spreading out a blanket in the park for a Sunday picnic. Don't forget to save room for hot apple pie and fruit cobbler, prepared each morning.
  • Sportsman's Grill

    5405 Harding Road Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 356 6206
    There are enough televisions and dartboards to make it a sports bar, enough beer to make it a pub, and food good enough for a restaurant. Whatever you want to call it, you'll love the enormous salads, fresh spicy bread and home-style cooking. Catch a game on television while enjoying a cold beer and some chicken wings. If you're looking for more substantial fare, the menu also offers catfish platters, fried steak and delicious Cajun rice selections.
  • Sperry's Restaurant

    5109 Harding Pike Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 353 0809
    For 30 years this restaurant in Belle Meade has offered diners an elegant yet casual dining alternative. Soft lighting and a comfortable atmosphere provide a perfect setting for meeting friends for dinner or taking a business client out for drinks. Menu mainstays include fresh seafood and thick juicy steaks. Fresh garden salads and a host of appetizers help you pass the time while you wait for your meal. Enjoy a mixed drink from the bar, or order a bottle of chardonnay for your table.
  • Wendell Smith's

    5300 Charlotte Avenue Nashville, TN 37209 United States - Phone: +1 615 383 7114
    Let's start with dessert. In fact, the staff here will serve your meal in any order you desire. The desserts are so good you could make a meal out of them alone. The Banana Pudding has the perfect consistency and comes with little vanilla wafers just like grandma makes. Fresh fruit pies and cobblers and three varieties of cheesecake will kill your diet in a single bite. Now for your meal, choose from delicious meat entrees like fried chicken, roast beef, country ham and fried catfish. Pair your meat with fresh vegetables, hot rolls and sweetened ice tea, and you're in for a real treat. No alcohol served. Cash only.
  • Lebanon Prime Outlets

    1 Outlet Village Boulevard Lebanon, TN 37090 United States - Phone: +1 615 444 0433
    Located 30 miles east of Nashville, the Prime Outlets at Lebanon offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 40 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25percent to 65percent everyday. Stores include Aeropostale, Bath & Body Works, Brooks Brothers, Coach, Eddie Bauer, Gap, Polo Ralph Lauren, PacSun and many more. Visit their website for coupons and the complete list of stores, sales & events, hours and more.
  • Phillip's Toy Mart

    5207 Harding Pike Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 352 5363
    Many parents are looking to make playtime a little more educational. Phillips Toy Mart understands and offers a variety of toys that encourage your child to learn while playing. You'll find the best selection of games, puzzles, ray guns, yo-yo's, dolls, and larger items such as wagons and bicycles. Collectors of action figures will love the Star Wars displays, and train buffs are in for a real treat as well. Parents of toddlers will be especially pleased with the large selection of toys suited for little tykes.
  • Cumberland Transit

    2807 West End Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 321 4069
    When life in the city begins to wear you down, there is only one real way to relax...get away from it all. The folks at Cumberland Transit offer all the gear you need to pitch a tent, canoe a river, and relax under the stars. This full-service outfitter has top-name gear and a knowledgeable staff. Whether you need to know how to start a fire or read a compass, the people here are trained to help even the greenest of adventurers.
  • Ernest Tubb Record Shop

    2416 Music Valley Drive Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 899 2474
    Years ago Country Music legend Ernest Tubb began a radio show for aspiring musicians called the Midnight Jamboree. Elvis Presley performed on the show, as did Loretta Lynn. This eponymous record store sells an extensive collection of CD's and cassettes, but the real fun is at night, when up and coming country artists perform. Midnight Jamboree broadcasts live from the Texas Troubadour Theatre, attached to the Ernest Tubb Record Shop.
  • Bodacious Books

    5133 Harding Pike Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 356 2065

    In the mood for a good mystery? How about a suspense thriller? The shelves at Bodacious Books are crammed with new and used books of every description. History, gardening, fashion, science fiction and more await readers who visit this Harding Place treasure. Settle in on one of the comfy couches and peruse your selections before purchasing. Hang out late on Tuesday night for the Mystery Book Club Meeting. Poetry writers meet here at 7p every Wednesday.

     

  • Book Attic

    2142 Gallatin Road North Madison, TN 37115 United States - Phone: +1 615 859 7219
    No matter what your literary passion, with this shops inventory of over 50,000 books you are sure to find the perfect collection of stories, wisdom or instruction. Every book, hardbound or paperback, is previously owned which means significant savings for you. Audio book fans will find a large selection of fiction and non-fiction on cassette tapes. Check your own attic for used books and bring them in, they are good for cash or trade.
  • Davis-Kidd

    2121 Green Hills Village Drive Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 385 2645
    You'll find almost every book on virtually every topic in this cavernous shop with its huge collection of books, magazines, cards and gifts. Best sellers and new arrivals are at the front at Davis-Kidd. Each aisle has a handy index of topics. Upstairs, the cafe serves cappuccino and muffins. Book groups meet here during the week. There are poetry readings and nationally known authors have book signings throughout the year.
  • Great Escape (The)

    1925 Broadway Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 327 0646
    The Great Escape carries literally thousands of comics, including many collector's editions in mint condition. The CD and record collection is extensive. Bring in your old CD's for cash or trade. The shop offers role-playing games of all types, and the staff offers a lot of free advice on playing them. There's always something new to discover, so take your time. You never know what treasures you will find.
  • Manuel Exclusive Clothier

    1922 Broadway Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 321 5444
    This shop is synonymous with fabulous hand-tailored men's clothing. For decades entertainers and business leaders have come here for the perfect fit. Whether you're looking for a business suit or a tuxedo for a night on the town, Manuel will create the clothes that makes the right statement. Bring your Visa card or a wad of cash because custom hand-tailored garments don't come cheap. Just ask some of Manuel's clients: Bob Dylan, Dwight Yoakam and Mick Jaggar.
  • Grace's Shop For Ladies

    4005 Hillsboro Road Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 383 8155
    Grace's Shop For Ladies collection of high-quality specialty stores appeals to the discriminating shopper. Davis-Kidd Booksellers has space here, as do many gift and clothing stores. The 24 shops in this village-style shopping center sell home decorations, children's toys, personal electronics and more. One of the State's motor vehicle offices is located here, where you can pick up auto registrations and pay state and county fees. It saves a trip to the crowded downtown office, and means you don't have to leave all the shopping for less enjoyable chores.
  • Cool Springs Galleria

    1800 Galleria Boulevard Franklin, TN 37067 United States - Phone: +1 615 771 2128
    Situated between upscale Brentwood and Franklin, Cool Springs Galleria is quite trendy. More than 200 stores, specialty shops and restaurants offer patrons many choices in fashion, electronics, home decor, casual dining and more. With names like Abercrombie, Fossil, House of Stella and Sephora, this mall has something for everyone. And the seemingly endless additions to the complex give the impression there's no limit to this shopping mecca.
  • Harding Mall

    4050 Nolensville Pike Nashville, TN 37211 United States - Phone: +1 615 833 6327
    Unlike the mammoth sprawling shopping centers popping up all over, Harding Mall serves its neighborhood. For over three decades shoppers have enjoyed the convenient location and comfortable layout of this small, village-type mall. Dillard's and Marshall's serve as anchors and a variety of specialty fashion shops offer a range of choices. Electronics and gift stores and casual dining establishments complete the successful formula of this friendly shopping favorite.
  • Hickory Hollow Mall

    5252 Hickory Hollow Parkway Nashville, TN 37013 United States - Phone: +1 615 731 3500
    Hickory Hollow Mall is where Nashville comes to shop. For almost 20 years shopaholics have taken advantage of the 200 stores and the million square feet of retail space at the Hickory Hollow Mall. Dillard's, Proffit's and Sears make their homes here, as do dozens of specialty stores like The Gap, Structure, Electronics Boutique and Natural Wonders. Restaurants, from food court to full service, provide nourishment to shoppers weary from a hard day spending money.
  • Rivergate Mall

    1000 Rivergate Parkway Goodlettsville, TN 37072 United States - Phone: +1 615 859 3456
    Rivergate Mall just 15 minutes north of downtown Nashville offers a variety of department and specialty stores. You'll find the usual department stores, including Dillard's, Carousel and Sears, and a host of specialty stores and gift shops. Over 150 stores in all make this is a shoppers' paradise. To make your shopping experience even better, the mall offers a VIP coupon booklet featuring deep discounts for patrons.
  • 100 Oaks Shopping Mall

    719 Thompson Lane Nashville, TN 37204 United States - Phone: +1 615 383 6002
    A few year's ago, the area's oldest shopping mall seemed destined to go the way of the dinosaur. Then a Saks Fifth Avenue outlet store opened, and customers began returning. Today, you'll enjoy a range of stores including JC Penny outlet, TJ Maxx, Mars Music, PetSmart, Media Play and Burlington Coat Factory. Regal Cinemas also opened a multiplex. 100 Oaks Shopping Mall's Las Vegas-style neon lighting and roomy theaters attract movie mavens from miles around. There are also several cafes and restaurants within and near the mall.
  • Mall at Green Hills

    2126 Abott Martin Road Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 298 5478
    With all the shopping choices Nashville residents and visitors have, how does a shopping mall set itself apart? By offering the stores people want and a few they can't find anywhere else, that's how! Find your favorite fashions at Louis Vuitton, Ann Taylor, Brooks Brothers, Express, Crabtree & Evelyn and more. At Mall At Green Hills, look for specialty items at Pottery Barn and Z Gallerie. A 16-screen cinema offers entertainment options, and dining options like Ruby Tuesday and the Cheesecake Factory nourish hungry shoppers.
  • Merridee's Breadbasket

    110 4th Avenue South Franklin, TN 37064 United States - Phone: +1 615 790 3755
    This hometown bakery makes the great rolls and breads found in local grocery stores, but visitors to the downtown Franklin area can enjoy some of the bakery's other treats. Biscuits, doughnuts and muffins make good breakfast choices. Sit down for a leisurely lunch with chicken salad sandwiches served on the shop's famous fresh baked bread. Planning a picnic? Ask for sandwiches, desserts and lemonade to go before you head out into the Tennessee countryside.
  • Christie Cookie Co.

    4117 Hillsboro Pike Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 297 0274
    Famous for their homemade cookies, this bakery offers gift tins that make perfect gifts for cookie lovers. Mix and match from the decadent selection of sweet confections. White Chocolate Macadamia Nut, Cinnamon Chocolate, Double-Double Chocolate Chip and Peanut Butter are the hands-down favorites. Single cookies cost less than a dollar, but who can eat just one? For birthdays and other celebrations try a cookie cake.
  • Bread and Company

    4105 Hillsboro Pike Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 292 7323
    Bread lovers will be thrilled with the fresh breads made from rye, potato, whole wheat, honey wheat, sesame and more. Take home a loaf for the family, or order a sandwich with one of your favorites. Fresh deli meats and cheeses taste even better between two slices of the best bread you've ever eaten. The shop also offers many entree items prepared for easy cooking at home. Fresh pasta dishes and delicious soups provide healthy choices for a quick lunch.
  • Darlene's Kakes

    204 6th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37219 United States - Phone: +1 615 256 5253
    Birthday parties are not complete without the perfect cake, and that's Darlene's specialty. For nearly two decades this little bakery has consistently been voted one of Nashville's best bakeries. Whether you need cake for a family party, a wedding cake for the big event or several cakes for a catered affair, you will find delicious creations here. Pick the size, flavor, shape and decorations. There are more than a dozen shapes and designs available. There are parking lots nearby. The bakery offers delivery for a fee.
  • New Life Record Shop

    5343 Charlotte Avenue Nashville, TN 37209 United States - Phone: +1 615 292 0946
    Most music stores feature the current Top 40 compact discs and a modest catalog of artists. This store, however, features hard-to-find items like 12" vinyl records and classic rhythm and blues recordings. The store is also the site of Legend Recording Studio, which specializes in Southern rap artists. Hip-hop, rock and blues fill the shelves. The staff is friendly and very knowledgeable. Smokers will find a vast selection of tobacco products including pipes and cigars.
  • CD Warehouse

    2143 Gallatin Pike Nashville, TN 37206 United States - Phone: +1 615 851 1535
    Taming the high prices of recorded music is the mission of this music shop. The shop catalogs used compact discs by music genre and artist and sells them at drastically reduced prices, compared to what you'll pay for new CDs. New titles arrive daily, and if you have an extensive collection of discs you seldom listen to the store will purchase them or offer trades on in-store merchandise.
  • Book Gallery

    5326 Mount View Road Nashville, TN 37013 United States - Phone: +1 615 731 1900
    If you're a bookworm, you owe it to yourself to slither into this outstanding bookshop. It offers new and used books as well as titles that are hard to find or out of print. From fiction to legal issues, spiritual experiences to humor, the shop covers all topics, and at deep discounts. The shop rents and sells audio books and sells small gift items as well. Several reading groups meet here regularly.
  • Goddess and the Moon

    603 8th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 251 9833
    For a gift that's a little out of the ordinary, select one of the many New Age items from this metaphysical shop. Purchase tarot cards, minerals, books, candles and Wiccan accoutrements. Aromatherapy candles and oils help create a relaxing atmosphere in your home, and the selection of New Age music and sounds on CD provide hours of serenity. Also, attend classes and workshops in meditation, transcendentalism and psychic abilities, scheduled throughout the week.
  • Pralines by Leon

    138 2nd Avenue North Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 254 5030
    On any given day you'll find a crowd inside this Butler's Run candy shop. Leon has brought this wonderfully sweet New Orleans staple to Nashville. He prepares the very best pralines using sugar, butter and corn syrup. The candy melts in your mouth and carries you into euphoria. Purchase pralines and all Leon's other candies by the pound or in gift tins that will make other people as happy as you are.
  • Trail West

    219 Broadway Avenue Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 255 7030
    Stepping out to do the two-step? You'll need some authentic western wear. Even if you don't spend the night scooting your boots, you'll probably want a wearable memento of your visit to the Music City. Trail West carries top-name brands of western apparel. Hats, boots and buckles from Wrangler and Stetson transform any city slicker into an urban cowboy. Cowgirls will also find an extensive selection of western dresses and dance wear.
  • Cowboy Store

    132 2nd Avenue North Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 259 8922
    Bearing the slogan, "Where the West Begins," Cowboy Store works hard to keep the best in Western apparel, jewelry and accessories in stock at all times. Wrangler jeans, Double D Ranchwear and such make the perfect start to your new Western wardrobe. Dress up your home with West-inspired artwork, and surprise that special cowgirl with a beautiful gift from the jewelry collection.
  • Spell's Dance Theatre Shop

    2210 Crestmoor Road Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 292 4387
    While many athletic apparel stores feature sneakers and sweats, Spell's Dance Theatre Shop store caters to the dancers. With personalized shoe fittings and the best selection of dance apparel in the state, the shop has become synonymous with dance and dance accessories. You'll find a fine selection of body and skate wear as well as shoes for tap and jazz dancing. Rounding out the dance theme is a selection of gift items like videos, books, cards and jewelry.
  • Play It Again Sports

    73 White Bridge Road Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 354 5778
    Now you can say goodbye to high priced sports equipment and clothing. This Hickory Hollow area store stocks high-quality sporting gear. All items at Play It Again measure up to the manufacturer's original standards and are in excellent condition. Whether you need a tennis racket, a baseball glove, in-line skates or a set of golf clubs, this store has it and it's always less expensive than similar items in department stores. Why pay more than you have to? Stop in and improve your game without emptying your wallet!
  • Alkebu-Lan Images

    2721 Jefferson Street Nashville, TN 37208 United States - Phone: +1 615 321 4111
    Located along Jefferson Street, Alkebu-Lan Images has been Nashville's best source of African-American gifts and books. You can find books by today's top authors and most other titles can be specially ordered. Besides a wide range of books, the store also has a chunk of jewelry, gifts, apparel and more. The store has original artwork and signed lithographs depicting positive messages for today's urban community. Empowerment is the major theme in everything sold here, from books to art to gifts. In December, the shop has a great selection of Kwanzaa cards and decorations. So stop by and you will be tempted to buy hoards of goodies!
  • Boots 'n' More

    312 Broadway Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 251 1711
    Your visit to the Nashville won't be complete without stepping inside a dance hall for a little boot scootin'. You didn't bring your boots? Not to worry, this downtown boot shop has you covered. It's a Western wear bonanza, featuring styles by Stetson, Wrangler and Justin. Select the pair that's right for you, then take a look at the selection of denim and dresses. Jewelry and accessories will help you finish your urban cowboy look.
  • Jamie

    4317 Harding Pike Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 292 4188
    Today's woman has many sartorial choices to make. Dividing her time between work and play, she has to prepare for every fashion situation. Jamie offers the modern woman, solutions to the daily dilemma of choosing the perfect outfit. Select current styles and fashions from the many departments, such as day and evening wear, sportswear and footwear. Fine furs and jewelry, as well as handbags and accessories, help complete your look.
  • Lindell Jewelers

    7028 Church Street East Nashville, TN 37027 United States - Phone: +1 615 373 7922
    Whether you're looking for the perfect gift or building your own collection of fine jewelry, this family-owned store has items and prices you'll love. For 25 years, owner Carolyn Lindell has kept customers happy by offering top-quality merchandise and excellent customer service. Select a diamond solitaire ring for your fiancee, choose a pair of earrings to match your favorite dress or purchase a watch as a birthday gift.
  • Levy's

    3900 Hillsboro Road Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 383 2800
    For nearly 150 years, Nashville's best-dressed men shopped here at Levy's. Whether your coworkers still sport Super 100s suits or opt for the khaki and blazer look, you'll find the clothes and accessories to pull the new you together and blend right in. Italian leather shoes and belts, as well as the myriad cuff links, silk ties and pocket squares, round out the clotheshorse's dream selection.
  • Arzelle's

    2926 West End Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 327 1020
    With exclusive designs from Nancy Issler and Regalia, Arzelle's store has made a name for itself as the leader in bridal and formal wear for women. Brides will appreciate the extensive selection of gowns and bridesmaids' dresses, while mothers of the bride appreciate the prices. Stop looking through magazines and mail order catalogs, and step inside "Nashville's Bridal Tradition," where New York's newest fashions are on display and deeply discounted.
  • Sam's Clothing and Shoes

    227 5th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37219 United States - Phone: +1 615 242 4165
    For nearly 40 years, this downtown store has offered the hottest urban styles in the city. Setting trends in both casual and tailored fashions, Sam's features designs from Boss, Nautica and other brands. There's something for everyone here, from classic looks in suits and sports coats to running and athletic gear, including a variety of sneakers and tennis shoes. Sports fans will love the extensive selection of jackets and hats with logos from favorite professional sports teams.
  • J. Michaels Clothiers

    3305 West End Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 321 0686
    Once a pleasure reserved for the ultra-wealthy, a tailored suit custom fit for you may be more affordable than you think. Leaving nothing to chance, the tailors at J. Michaels Clothiers design the perfect look based on your preferences, measurements and budget. Fine shoes from Cole Haan, Johnston and Murphy, and others extend the well-dressed ethic to your feet, and cuff links, belts and other accessories pull the entire look together.
  • Davishire Interiors

    2106 21st Avenue South Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 298 2670
    Improving the look of your home or office is easier than ever with Davishire Interiors, an interior design firm. Whether you are trying to achieve a warm, inviting living space for your family and friends or a professional work environment, the experts here can help you make your design dreams a reality. Choose from the wide selection of French and English antiques, oriental rugs and limited edition prints and lithographs. They're sure to add color and sparkle to any decor.
  • Pool and Spa Depot

    5764 Crossing Boulevard Nashville, TN 37013 United States - Phone: +1 615 315 8000
    Swimming pools and whirlpool spas are just the thing to make your home more comfortable. Pool and Spa Depot, an Antioch showroom offers a hassle-free approach to selecting the pool or spa that's right for you. Their selection is also the best in the region. The store also offers a wide range of items for home leisure, including billiard tables, tanning beds and gazebos.
  • Carpet Sales and Service

    3844 Dickerson Pike Nashville, TN 37207 United States - Phone: +1 615 860 5600
    For more than 30 years, locals have turned to Carpet for their floor covering needs. Quality carpets are available at discounted prices and installed by trained professionals. The enormous showroom features virtually every type of carpet and vinyl flooring imaginable, all of which can be delivered to your home the same day. Your satisfaction is guaranteed, whether the job is a complete installation or a room-by-room replacement.
  • Beaded Bungalow

    2816 Bransford Avenue Nashville, TN 37204 United States - Phone: +1 615 298 5030
    For nearly a decade, Beaded Bungalow has been crafting beautiful beaded embroidery and jewelry. These expert artisans now provide the materials they use to the general public. They also offer workshops to help you become an expert beader. Some of the more popular beads offered are German glass, Japanese water pearls and Mediterranean coral. Call for information on upcoming workshops.
  • Hermitage Lighting Gallery

    531 Lafayette Street Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 843 3300
    Hermitage Lighting Gallery offers an abundance of luminary options for your home or business. You will find a range of styles to match your taste, from track lighting to recessed fixtures and chandeliers. If you are not sure exactly what you want or need, the professionals here are always willing to help you design the perfect lighting system. This gallery also specializes in custom kitchen designs, bathroom fixtures and antique furniture.
  • Associated Salvage

    2708 Franklin Road Nashville, TN 37204 United States - Phone: +1 615 255 2707
    Over 50 years ago, a young businessman purchased a truckload of salvage fabrics and sold it from his small storefront in downtown Nashville. Today, the former salvage fabric outlet is Nashville's largest supplier of fine fabrics, draperies and linens. Take a leisurely stroll through the expansive showroom of Associated Salvage and select the perfect window treatment from the available blinds, curtains and designer valances. Spruce up your bedroom with beautiful quilts, comforters and coverlets. In-house designers will gladly help you turn your decorating dreams into reality.
  • Nashville Billiard Company

    927 8th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 254 7882
    Whether you are a true hustler or a novice pool player, you will find hours of enjoyment from owning a beautiful billiards table. Antique Brunswick tables, as well as new models by Olhausen, Gandy and others fill the enormous showroom of Nashville Billiard Company. In fact, this is the largest collection of new and used tables in Tennessee. To complete your home "game room," choose from the vast selection of bar stools, gaming tables and juke boxes.
  • Wild Birds Unlimited

    6025 East Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37421 United States - Phone: +1 423 892 3816
    When it comes to bird watching, lots of people travel great distances to catch a glimpse of exotic birds, while others try to attract different species to their backyards. Wild Birds Unlimited caters to the home enthusiast. Carrying a large supply of bird watching tools, you can choose from feeders and birdhouses designed to attract specific species to your home. Select specialty seed and foods, that will both nourish and entice birds into your own private viewing area.
  • Beveled Edge

    73 White Bridge Road Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 356 7784
    Beveled Edge offers shoppers a range of accessories to make their house a home. Choose from an extensive selection of candles, home accessories and books. Of course, custom frames are what they are known for and custom framing is what they do with skill. Your photographs, lithographs and original works of art will look even better framed by the experts in this Nashville gallery. For nearly 20 years, shoppers have been delighted with the skill and quality of service.
  • Peggy's Place

    246 2nd Avenue South Franklin, TN 37064 United States - Phone: +1 615 790 6408
    Peggy's Place features collectibles of all types, such as Harbor Lights and Snow Bunnies. Specialty pottery pieces by accomplished artists make perfect gifts and home accessories. Mississippi artist, Gail Pittman, is very popular. Her use of color and distinctive designs are a wonderful compliment to most decor. Handpainted and signed, these are sure to become collector's items. Gift baskets and flower arrangements are available for delivery to much of the surrounding area.
  • Brentwood Jewelry and Gifts

    7012 Church Street East Brentwood, TN 37027 United States - Phone: +1 615 373 5959
    When you walk into most jewelry stores, the merchandise behind the glass is all they have to offer. At Brentwood Jewelry and Gifts, the fine gold, diamond, and gemstone jewelry on display is only the beginning. The master jewelers here create truly unique custom designs. You are only limited by your imagination and your cash.
  • American Jewelry Company

    2397 North Mount Juliet Road Mount Juliet, TN 37122 United States - Phone: +1 615 754 6046
    Since 1974 Dwight Belew and his staff have been serving the jewelry needs of the Nashville area. At American Jewelry Company not only will you find an outstanding variety of styles and designs of precious diamond and gemstone jewelry, but also receive personal attention and expertise. Whether you are buying a diamond engagement ring or having a watch repaired, you can expect to feel good about your purchase for years to come.
  • Jewelry Palace

    7108 Highway 70 South Suite C 2 Nashville, TN 37221 United States - Phone: +1 615 662 2280
    Jewelry Palace has offered superior quality merchandise at affordable prices since 1988. So, whether you're shopping for an anniversary gift, engagement ring or custom jewelry piece, you will most likely find what you have in mind and will be confident of the investment. The helpful staff will help you select the perfect jewelry. Custom designs and jewelry repair service is also available.
  • Village Jewelers

    1716 21st Avenue South Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 383 1226
    When you are ready to take the big step in life and purchase a diamond engagement ring, you will want it to be perfect. It is a huge decision, so you will look for the best quality, the best price and the best service, and that's what this shop strives to offer. Besides diamonds, Village Jewelers specializes in platinum jewelry, which is more durable than gold, and better suited for the rigors of daily life. All stones are GIA certified.
  • Jensen's Shoes

    73 White Bridge Road Suite 123 Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 356 9699
    Jensen's Shoes store specializes in orthotic and orthopedic shoes. The friendly staff will help you find the correct shoe size, to provide your feet maximum comfort. On offer are a wide range of styles in tune with modern fashion trends. Designer brands are fitted with special orthotic devices and custom-fitted for your feet. The result is great looking shoes that will allow your feet to 'breathe' and make you feel better.
  • Stitchin' Post

    2811 Columbine Place Nashville, TN 37204 United States - Phone: +1 615 383 3672
    For a truly distinctive gift or home accessory, check out the wide selection at Stitchin' Post. Needlework designs like cross-stitch and needlepoint are a small part of the custom designs you will find in this comfortable showroom. Themed pieces, such as Christmas and local history, are very popular, and even your favorite sports teams are commemorated with needle and thread. Framed art and prints of all types and sizes line the walls and make great gifts.
  • Stampareami Brothers

    430 Main Street Franklin, TN 37206 United States - Phone: +1 615 794 6311
    Stampareami Brothers offers a wide variety of rubber stamps to help anyone create distinctive gifts. Hundreds of designs will make your greeting cards more interesting, your embroidery more exciting and your ceramic pieces more appealing. Kids love rubber stamps with furry animals or cartoon characters printed on them. Custom-made stamps are available and additional art supplies like inks and paints are in stock as well.
  • Obelisk

    4100 Hillsboro Road Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 386 0502
    The distinctive items sold at Obelisk make-up for some great gifts. Hand-blown glass ornaments and sculptures, silver ornaments, clocks, candles and picture frames grace the shelves. Decorative pillows, household accent pieces and framed art make excellent gifts, and this store has an extensive selection. They also have a registry for bridal or shower gifts.
  • Teddy Bear's Picnic

    7620 Highway 70 South 281 Nashville, TN 37221 United States - Phone: +1 615 646 6512
    Teddy Bear's Picnic a romantic gift store, bearing the name of the famous children's story, is the place for gifts from the heart. Collectibles and stuffed animals are specialties here. Beanie Babies including many retired pieces, are in stock, and the inventory changes frequently. You'll find Boyds Bears to the Bear in the Big Blue House series. Whether you are looking for a special surprise for your children or an adult who refuses to grow up, you will find it here.
  • Music City Motorsports

    909 Hawkins Street Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 373 2003
    If its your dream of owning a luxury car that will make heads turn, but don't know which one fits your budget, walk-in into the Music City Motorsports showroom. Owner Sean Petty takes delight in helping people find their car. Doing this, you can say, is his passion. When the motive is so good, you are bound to come out of the shop beaming. From Audis to Ferraris you will find only the top notch cars. If that set your adrenalin racing, just walk-in.
  • Mr. Whiskers Discount Wines & Liquors

    31 White Bridge Road Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 353 0094
    Mr. Whiskers Discount Wines & Liquors is not your typical liquor store. Though you'll find the top brands of vodka and bourbon and an extensive wine selection, it's the friendly staff that makes this liquor store a standout. This store features a "World Beer" section that offers the finest ales from around the globe. It also specializes in designing gift baskets, which make the perfect present for the person who has everything.
  • Bud's Liquor & Wine Shop

    2139 Abbott Martin Road Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 292 7871
    Looking for a house-warming gift? Need a special bottle of wine for a romantic dinner? Whatever wines and spirits you may need, Bud's Liquor & Wine Shop has what you're looking for. From cocktail mixers to imported beers, you will find it discounted here. This liquor store specializes in wines from California vineyards. The finest pours from the finest wineries are featured, including Opus One, Frog's Leap, Stag's Leap and Shafer.
  • SNS Designs / Kaveri

    2410 Belmont Boulevard Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 292 9767
    While most interior design stores in Nashville offer traditional accent pieces and overstuffed furniture, SNS Designs / Kaveri features imported products from the Far East. The exotic silks and distinct fabrics are just the beginning of your design adventure here. Hand-painted armoires and chests are also available. The owner of this store spends a great deal of time traveling abroad, searching for distinctive pieces to sell in her shop. Beautiful paintings and small accent pieces are also sold here.
  • Academy Sports & Outdoors

    1915 Mallory Lane Franklin, TN 37067 United States - Phone: +1 615 435 8341
    Academy Sports & Outdoors is designed to please anyone who loves to participate in sports or action in the great outdoors! More than 52,000 square feet dedicated to sporting and camping gear practically guarantees that you will find what you need to get in the game or onto the trail. Name a sport, and you'll find the equipment and accessories needed to play and the athletic clothing and footwear to dress the part.
  • Franklin Booksellers

    118 4th Avenue South Franklin, TN 37064 United States - Phone: +1 615 790 1349
    You'll delight in the laid-back atmosphere of this cozy Franklin shop called Franklin Booksellers. Help yourself to a free cup of coffee and settle into a cozy chair to read the book you're thinking about buying. Books of all genres are stacked high on the shelves, browsing is encouraged and the friendly owners will be glad to help you. Whether you need a good mystery novel or a how-to manual, you're sure to find it.
  • f.y.e.

    1000 Two-Mile Parkway Goodlettsville, TN 37072 United States - Phone: +1 615 859 5184
    This entertainment superstore called f.y.e. is a dream come true for those who love books, music, movies and electronic gizmos. Explore the music department and pick up the latest DC release. Shop for DVDs and VHS video movies, too. If reading is more your style, spend some time in the stacks. No matter what kind of music you love, it's here. No matter what kind of book you want to read, it's here. Any game, any software title you want, it's all here.
  • REI

    261 Franklin Road Brentwood, TN 37027 United States - Phone: +1 615 376 4248
    REI, or Recreation Equipment Inc., sells the gear you need to hike, bike, camp or climb. Top-quality shoes, knives, rope, harnesses and more are on display and sold at reasonable prices. The staff can also assist you in planning the perfect outdoor adventure. From climbing the North Face to biking the Nathcez Trace, they will help you select the gear to get you there in safety and style.
  • Whole Foods Market

    4021 Hillsboro Pike Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 440 5100
    If you care about what you eat, you'll want to shop this organic supermarket called Wild Oats Natural Marketplace. Natural and organic foods are grown without harmful chemicals or pesticides. Local growers are represented as well as those nationwide. The freshest, healthiest fruits, grains and vegetables are sold at reasonable prices. This isn't just a vegetarian market, however. Beef and chicken are sold here too, but they are from ranches that do not use hormones or drugs. Environmentally safe cleaning products and household items are also available.
  • Bible Factory Outlet

    322 Opry Mills Drive Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 514 3700
    When you need divine inspiration, Bible Factory Outlet has volumes of it. This outlet is one of the largest suppliers of religious materials in the area. There are thousands of bibles and books written by today's top religious authors. The selection includes fiction, children's books and biographical works. Jewelry, inspirational gifts and greeting cards are also found. Churches and religious schools may purchase cases of bibles at a significant discount.
  • General Nutrition Center

    5252 Hickory Hollow Parkway Nashville, TN 37013 United States - Phone: +1 615 731 2098
    General Nutrition Center specializes in promoting better health with vitamins and supplements. Complex multivitamins, herbal remedies and hard-to-find dietary supplements are specially formulated by GNC scientists and sold through this retail outlet. In addition to its own line of health-related items, the store also carries a large selection of brand-name vitamins and minerals. Workout and exercise enhancement formulas, such as protein drinks and weight-gainer formulas, are popular products, and a number of health-related books are available as well.
  • Bluewater Scuba

    320 Mallory Station Road Franklin, TN 37067 United States - Phone: +1 615 771 0002
    If you are a diver or want to be, you'll find all the gear you need and instructors who can teach you how to use it. Middle Tennessee Scuba and Swim is state-of-the-art, with certified instructors and a 12-foot deep diving pool. Earn your PADI certification in one of the many classes offered, then join a dive club and plan a sea adventure. Facility is also available for private scuba parties. Sure to be an event your friends won't soon forget.
  • Bookman Rare and Used Books

    1713 21st Avenue South Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 383 6555
    Bookman Rare and Used Books is a great place to spend an afternoon. Thousands of used and rare books are piled high on the shelves. The store specializes in first-edition pressings and out-of-print titles. The shop's owners share your love for books; in fact, the store began as an opportunity for them to sell some of the books in their massive collection. Patrons who enjoy discussing books and chatting about authors will appreciate the shopkeepers' passion for literature.
  • Cokesbury Books

    301 8th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 749 6123
    Readers looking for divine direction may find what they need at this downtown bookstore called Cokesbury Books. Religious books of all types fill the shelves, and a special section features books on the doctrines of the United Methodist Church. Children's books and toys are also available. If you need a special gift or card with an inspiring message, this store has it, along with a wide selection of religious jewelry and other collectibles.
  • Opry Mills

    433 Opry Mills Drive Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 514 1000
    This gigantic shopping and entertainment facility called Opry Mills combines 200 stores, restaurants and event venues. You can shop the whole day long at specialty and discount vendors such as Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Bass Pro Outdoor World, Zales Diamond Outlet, Old Navy, Off 5th Saks 5th Avenue and Bath & Body Works. Your taste buds are in for a treat too, with a diverse food court and 10 full-service restaurants including Music City Buffet, Rain Forest Café, and Dickey's BBQ. You'll be entertained at every corner with Regal Cinema 20, IMAX Theater and live musical performances daily.
  • Nashville Paintball Sports

    6455 East Old Murfreesboro Road Lebanon, TN 37090 United States - Phone: +1 615 444 8988
    Paintball, a game in which paint-filled pellets are fired from rifles, is a popular sport in the area. Nashville Paintball Sports sells all the supplies you need to engage in a friendly battle. Pick up a new rifle, a case of paint pellets and safety goggles and hit the paintball course. The outdoor battlefield is open five days a week and allows for dozens of players at one time. Many corporations utilize paintball facilities for retreats and employee recreation.
  • Carissa's Armoires and Antiques

    1801 21st Avenue South Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 292 6994
    Carissa's Armoires and Antiques is the perfect place to shop for something special to spruce up your home. This Hillsboro Village shop features beautiful antique armoires of all shapes and sizes. These gorgeous pieces make any dressing room or bedroom special. In addition, Carissa also carries an enormous selection of tables, chairs and buffets from various periods. There are more than 6,000 square feet of fine furnishings to browse through, making this shop a required stop for anyone who's redecorating.
  • The Hip Zipper

    1008 Forrest Avenue Nashville, TN 37206 United States - Phone: +1 615 228 1942
    The Hip Zipper carries nothing but retro wear. From biker jackets to bell bottoms, you will find everything you need to make a fashion statement. This trendy store also sells dinner jackets, ball gowns and costume jewelry among other items; however, be prepared to do some sleuthing. You must look closely through the many stacks and racks of clothing to find the real treasures. The inventory changes quickly, so check back often.
  • Draper Jewelry Company

    4010 Granny White Pike Nashville, TN 37204 United States - Phone: +1 615 383 8259
    A full-service jeweler for more than 50 years, Draper Jewelry Company sells beautiful custom gold, diamond, and precious gem jewelry. The selection of fine jewelry and gifts is second to none, and prices here are very competitive. In addition to stunning jewelry, the store also offers engraving services. They can also provide invitations for weddings and anniversary parties. Expert watch and jewelry repair is also available. The store specializes in custom-made pieces.
  • Designer Renaissance

    2822 Bransford Avenue Nashville, TN 37204 United States - Phone: +1 615 297 8822
    Designer Renaissance offers a solution to the rising costs of designer duds. In addition to new items, it also carries a large selection of previously owned clothing. Specializing in formal wear and evening gowns, this is a great source for prom dresses, wedding dresses and gowns to wear at gala events. Unusual, hard-to-find vintage clothing is another specialty. Discount prices on shoes, hats, handbags and other accessories make this a complete designer clothing outlet.
  • Performance Cosmetic & Costume Company

    1205 Church Street Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 256 0070
    Whether you are an actor looking for stage makeup or a party-goer in search of the perfect costume, Performance Cosmetic & Costume Company can help you look your best. The store employs some of the best makeup artists and costume designers in the area. Find wigs, beards and make-up to transform you into any character you are cast to portray. Costumes ranging from knights and kings to space aliens are available. In addition to costumes, the store also offers a wide variety of tuxedos and formal wear.
  • Peanut Shop

    19 Arcade Nashville, TN 37219 United States - Phone: +1 615 256 3394
    Candy and peanuts, two American favorites, are in abundance at this little sweet shop. Located in Nashville's downtown Arcade, Peanut Shop satisfies the sweet tooth. Tins housing peanuts of all varieties make delicious gifts, as do popcorn and assorted nuts. Specialty items such as chocolate-covered peanuts and Jelly Belly brand jellybeans seduce the sweets lover in all of us. Pick up a bag of nuts and enjoy the friendly atmosphere of this neighborhood candy store.
  • Davis Cookware and Cutlery Shop

    1717 21st Avenue South Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 298 4728
    If you enjoy cooking, you should visit Davis Cookware and Cutlery Shop. From professional cutlery to mixing bowls and stainless cookware, you will find enough kitchen gadgets to fill every cabinet you have. Mixers, blenders, food processors and other small appliances help you make quick work of any baking project. Gourmet coffee lovers will find an enormous selection of fine coffees and coffee beans. There are also several grinders, coffeemakers and cappuccino machines.
  • Downtown Antique Mall

    612 8th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 256 6616
    Nothing adds character to a home or office like antique furniture and accessories, and no location has more antiques than Downtown Antique Mall. Housed in an old warehouse, this 13,000 square feet showplace is home to several antique dealers. You'll see hard-to-find items, such as furniture from the Art Deco period; Victorian furniture as well as local and regional originals are also sold.
  • Garden Park Antiques

    7121 Cockrill Bend Boulevard Nashville, TN 37209 United States - Phone: +1 615 350 6655
    Garden Park Antiques offers beautifully crafted 18th and 19th-century architectural pieces. These handmade works of art are perfect for your home or garden. Mantels, gates, and columns made of stone, bronze and iron add character to any space. You will also find custom made furniture, flower urns and window boxes for patio and garden. Plus antique style lighting and other accessories. Expect to find original designs, as no reproductions are sold here.
  • Goodlettsville Antique Mall

    213 North Main Street Goodlettsville, TN 37072 United States - Phone: +1 615 859 7002
    This friendly Goodlettsville Antique Mall, located 14 miles north of the city, is a favorite among both local folks and visitors to the area. It features more than a dozen antique and craft stores in one location. You can easily spend half a day browsing through the wide variety of antique furnishings, home accessories, accent pieces and collectibles. Shoppers will appreciate the great selection combined with the convenience of one-stop 'antiquing'.
  • Factory at Franklin (The)

    230 Franklin Road Franklin, TN 37064 United States - Phone: +1 615 791 1777
    Franklin is filled with buildings of historical significance. One of these structures is The Factory. This was the former home of the Dortch Stove Works, Magic Chef, and later the Jamison Bedding Company. A National Historic Landmark, it is now home to shopping and meeting spaces. Specialty shops such as art galleries, fashion boutiques and photographer's studios fill the storefronts inside. Meeting space is available in three areas, accommodating up to 5,000 people and perfect for a wedding or business conference.
  • Emerald Bay Fish & Reptiles

    3810 Old Hickory Boulevard Nashville, TN 377138 United States - Phone: +1 615 357 0446
    Whether you prefer saltwater or freshwater species, Emerald Bay Fish & Reptiles store has the fish, tanks and supplies to provide you with aquatic solace. The staff here has over 40 years of combined experience in developing and maintaining aquatic environments. If you are looking to turn your yard into an aquatic playground, ask about outdoor ponds, fully stocked with exotic fish. Looking for something with feathers or scales? Snakes, iguanas, and all types of exotic birds too are waiting for you.
  • Animal City Pet Centers

    919 Northwest Broad Street Murfreesboro, TN 37129 United States - Phone: +1 615 890 0700
    They may not write the checks, but they have a store to call their own. Dogs, cats, birds, snakes and all other types of pets are invited to bring their owners to Animal City, a store in Murfreesboro. Your pets will love spending the afternoon shopping for toys and tasty treats. The store boasts over 10,000 square feet of pet supplies, including food, clothes, toys, healthcare products and more.
  • Barnes & Noble

    1701 Mallory Lane Brentwood, TN 37027 United States - Phone: +1 615 377 9979
    Satisfy your intellect and coffee cravings at this largest bookseller in Brentwood. Barnes & Noble, part of a national chain, offers a big selection of books, which are displayed in handsome oak shelves reminiscent of a university library. The Starbucks coffee shop in the middle of the store serves up fresh, hot cappuccino and espresso. Additionally, reading clubs and music lovers often meet here to discuss their latest reads or to listen to the music of local artists.
  • Hifi Buys

    3724 Nolensville Road Nashville, TN 37211 United States - Phone: +1 615 833 5000
    When you're ready to buy a new DVD player or home stereo system, save yourself time and money by shopping at Hifi Buys. Televisions, VCR's, computers, telephones and more are deeply discounted here. Everything an electronics guru or computer geek could dream of is on display and on sale. You can browse through the wide selection of high-tech gadgets in the store or shop online. Rest assured you're getting the best price.
  • Athlete's House (The)

    1700 Portland Avenue Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 298 4495
    Specializing in gear and apparel for runners, this athletic store has been outfitting local sports enthusiasts for more than two decades. Baseball, basketball, football, weightlifting and circuit-training enthusiasts will find the gear they need at The Athlete's House. Pick up a set of free weights or a catcher's mitt. Buy a new tennis racket or a pair of running shoes. Whatever your sport, you can find well-known brands and a big selection at reasonable prices.
  • Pro Golf Discount

    7090 Bakers Bridge Avenue Franklin, TN 37067 United States - Phone: +1 615 771 8000
    Before you head to the greens, check out this discount pro shop. From a Big Bertha driver to Nike soft-spike shoes, you will find everything you need to play like a pro on an amateur's budget. And even if your game is less than ready for the PGA tour, you can look like a pro with the latest in golf clothing and accessories. Let the staff custom fit a set of irons or sign up for a few lessons to correct that slice.
  • Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World

    323 Opry Mills Drive Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 514 5200
    With imaginative lodge-like displays and every sort of equipment for the avid outdoor enthusiast, this store truly earns the name Outdoor World. The Bass Pro Shop is divided into specialized centers for fishing, boating, camping, hunting, archery, gifts, golf, and apparel, and also includes an entire indoor-outdoor boat showroom. In the center of the store customers can step inside Uncle Buck's General Store or stop to enjoy a giant freshwater aquarium containing more than twenty different kinds of fish. The store also includes a knife sharpening center, an ammunition desk, an archery range, and a shooting arcade. For convenience, customers can pick up a store map detailing the 150,000 square feet showroom.
  • Bait Shop (The)

    759 West Main Street Hendersonville, TN 37075 United States - Phone: +1 615 822 7515
    Catering to die hard anglers since 1957, this small, privately owned shop provides the local fisherman with a variety of bait options, a place to pick up a fishing license, and the perfect spot to find out about fishing conditions all around Old Hickory Lake. As for bait, the store offers minnows, crickets, night crawlers and more, as well as a wide assortment of fishing flies, including some which are tied on site by owner Mark Hewgley. In addition to bait and fishing gear, the shop also includes a small selection of Black Powder hunting gear.
  • Secret Garden

    114 West Main Street Gallatin, TN 37066 United States - Phone: +1 615 206 0027
    At the Secret Garden you'll find racks filled with high quality, reasonably priced children's clothing—ranging from size 10 for newborns and divided by gender for easier shopping. This shop is a great find for the bargain-conscious shopper. The store is quite large and also includes a huge selection of toys, decorative items, essentials, children's furniture, maternity clothes and local handcrafted accessories. Designed with parents in mind, the middle of the store includes an enclosed area for children to play while Mom or Dad shop. The staff and owner are friendly and helpful, and the store is clean and well maintained, with a spacious dressing room for trying on bargains.
  • Ms B's Used Books & CDs

    330 West Main Street Hendersonville, TN 37075 United States - Phone: +1 615 824 9624
    Ms B's has an eclectic selection of used books, CDs and DVDs in a quaint, clean and well-organized environment. The store itself was once a cottage house and the layout still bears a resemblance to the rooms of a home. The children's book room is cozy and inviting and includes a variety of books well sorted for all reading levels. The owner is very selective and most items are gently used contemporary titles with bargain prices. This shop is a real treasure among used bookstores.
  • Thousand Faces

    1720 21st Avenue South Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 298 3304
    An unlimited amount of creativity has made this local progressive store a hot-spot for art lovers. The goods at A Thousand Faces run the gamut from contemporary art, colorful accessories, aesthetic jewelry, charming furniture, to handmade cards and more. Even a single piece of these handmade goodies can transform the look of your interiors and make it a whole new world to live in. A unique gift for a loved one is bound to be cherished. So if you have a creative edge to you and an appreciation for local craftsmanship, this store is ideal. Each item is original and one of a kind, so hurry!
  • Coco

    4239 Harding Pike Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 292 0362
    Located across White Bridge Road, Coco is an exclusive clothing boutique for women. A shopper's paradise, it caters to the finest brands like DKNY, Tahari, Donna Karan and Buchman. Apart from these labels, cosmetic products of Ahava, Vincent Longo, Creed and Tocca are also available. The salespersons will help you find apparel worth your money. They also have exciting discount sales, so keep checking. Coco is a hot-spot for female shopaholics and any lady who is fashion conscious.
  • Duets

    6000 Highway 100 Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 353 5003
    This upscale unisex denim boutique has a whole lot to offer to its fashion conscious regulars. They have a plethora of classic and contemporary brands to choose from, like Ya Ya, Catherine, Malandrino, Blue Cult and Foley. The store also stocks an array of trendy tops, jackets and sweaters to go with the all time favorite denim wear. Casual, comfortable style is the hallmark of the apparel purchased here and all this with a promise of exceptional quality and good customer service.
  • Jalan-Jalan

    2503 Winford Avenue Nashville, TN 37211 United States - Phone: +1 615 780 2600
    Jalan-Jalan antique store is the place to be if you're a collector and looking for unusual goods and accessories. From Japanese to colonial styled beds, carved doors, tables and lamps, one will find the oldest original furnishings here. Do check out the ethnic puppets and baskets which are not only unique but have a distinctive history of their origin. Apart from these goods, the Indonesian colorful textiles are hard to miss. Come here to find merchandise with an old-world charm and don't be surprised if you leave with an item which belongs to royalty way back in time.
  • Pre to Post Modern

    2110 Eighth Avenue South Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 292 1958
    If you are looking for all things retro, this is the antique shop for you. This fun and funky store features vintage furniture pieces from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, as well as all sorts of American classic kitsch bric-a-brac. Walking through the doors is like stepping back a few decades into the colorful tones of retro styles. In addition to furniture and classic collectibles, the store also offers a fabulous selection of vintage clothes, shoes and jewelry. This is the kind of shop that might make you say, "Oh, I had one of those!"
  • Green Hills Antique Mall

    4108 Hillsboro Road Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 383 9851
    This three-story antique mall includes a variety of antiques, antiquarian books, furniture and collectibles. The ground level store of Green Hills Antique Mall includes mostly antique furniture as well as some fine china and collectibles. Downstairs, the basement area contains a variety of new and antique collectibles including African artifacts, scented candles and lotions, modern day furniture, and a collection of jeweled picture frames. The upstairs area includes a large selection of antiquarian books, linens, specialty items and fine art. The staff is friendly and approachable and makes the large, spacious shopping area very welcoming.
  • American Classical & Antiques Merchants Mall

    2116 8th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37204 United States - Phone: +1 615 297 5514
    This open and spacious store offers a beautiful selection of antique bud vases, silverware, china, and glassware. It also includes a large adjacent room filled with beautifully crafted period furniture. In addition to antiques, the shop also includes a very select collection of high-quality, even handmade, gently used infant and children's clothing ranging from newborn to size five. The children's room also includes some used and vintage storybooks, dolls and toys. The store owner is pleasant and welcoming and, obviously, takes great care in her purchasing decisions. The children's room makes this a particularly special shop.
  • Station Inn

    402 12th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 255 3307
    What might be overlooked by most passers-by is the greatest bluegrass club in Nashville, maybe even the world. Bluegrass musicians all over come to the Station Inn to entertain die-hard bluegrass fans every night. Special guests have included Dolly Parton, Gillian Welch and Randy Travis, and you can always count on the sounds of these singers to take you back in time to an era of pure mountain music. Admission prices vary, depending on the performer.
  • 3rd & Lindsley Bar & Grill

    818 3rd Avenue South Nashville, TN 37210 United States - Phone: +1 615 259 9891
    The most authentic blues bar this side of Chicago is located in the 3rd Avenue office complex and strip mall. Wednesday night's feature house band, The Wooten Brothers, comprised of the insanely talented Victor Wooten (of Bela Fleck and the Flecktones) and his two brothers. The live music has another added benefit. Lines at the bar are very short, as everyone is near the stage listening to the tunes! Food is typical bar fare but still quite good. The burgers are excellent.
  • 12th & Porter

    114 12th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 254 7250
    Heard a local band in Nashville lately? It is hard to find a venue featuring local talent these days, but that's what 12th and Porter is all about. Big name acts appear here, but it's the eclectic local talent that really packs in the crowds. And unlike some smaller venues, the sound quality is exceptional. There are no bad seats, and the atmosphere in this club is a lot of fun.
  • The Bluebird Cafe

    4104 Hillsboro Pike Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 383 1461
    Ever heard of Garth Brooks? That's right, his first performance was at the Bluebird. And it is this mystique that calls young singers and songwriters looking for their chance at stardom. Monday nights are open-mike, so take your chances with the unknown acts. This is a haven for the struggling artist and the established country star, making it a Nashville tradition for both locals and tourists.
  • Douglas Corner Cafe

    2106 8th Avenue Nashville, TN 37204 United States - Phone: +1 615 298 1688
    Come hear some of the best unsigned artists in the field of country music. One listen and you'll know you're in the presence of greatness. Each night includes several acts featuring original tunes, as well as a few covers of your favorite artists. Headliners come on at 9 pm. The music is clearly country, although some of the opening acts have been known to toss in some blues and rock-a-billy music.
  • Fiddle and Steel Guitar Bar

    210 Printer's Alley Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 251 9002
    Everyone has seen a place like this on television before. It is the stereotypical country bar: loud music, cold beer and barely enough room to stand. And it is absolutely wonderful! Fiddle and Steel features live country music every night at 7 pm, and the bartenders keep the brew flowing all night long. The wait staff is friendly, and the service is good. It is a cash only bar, hand no food is served here. This place is all about the music.
  • Exit/In

    2208 Elliston Place Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 321 3340
    The Exit has long been the source of live entertainment in the Elliston Square area, but over the course of its history it has suffered neglect. It is amazing that a club that was featured in movies and books, and even Rolling Stone magazine, could fall into such disrepair. Unwilling to see the club close down, Ned Horton stepped in and took over ownership. Today, after much renovation, including a new sound and lighting system, Horton has rebuilt the Exit's reputation as a premier music venue. Changing the name to Exit/In and booking a more eclectic mix of artists, Horton brought this little club, as well as the entire Elliston Square area, back to life.
  • Lonnie's Western Room

    208 Printers Alley Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 251 1122
    Lonnie's Western Room is a tiny joint with an enormous amount of country music memorabilia and dozens of autographed photos. Folks line up to express their devotion to their favorite country music artists. You see, the only live music here is provided by the patrons themselves. A small stage, a loud Karaoke system and "Garth Brooks style" headset microphones provide the perfect setting for the wannabe superstar to croon the latest hits. The weekend crowd is healthy, the beer is cold, and there is never a cover charge.
  • Bunganut Pig (The)

    1143 Columbia Avenue Franklin, TN 37064 United States - Phone: +1 615 794 4777
    Nestled in the quiet setting of Carter's Court, this cozy Bunganut Pig club serves classic British "pub grub" and features live music nightly. A warm and friendly wait staff and pleasant atmosphere create a perfect setting to relax over a stout and a juicy steak. But don't get too relaxed, the music starts in the evening each night, and there is very little quiet time after that. Come early, and enjoy a good meal. Don't forget to ask your server to tell you the "Pig Story."
  • Blackstone Restaurant & Brewery

    1918 West End Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 327 9969
    Blackstone is a great choice for casual dining with a group of friends. The pizzas here are of the build-your-own variety with ample amounts of vegetables, meats and cheeses, and your choice of crust. The real draw is the beer. All varieties are brewed on-site and include something for everyone, lager, ale, pilsner, stout, pale, you name it, they brew it.
  • Idle Hour Tavern

    1028 16th Ave South Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 726 0446
    Country Music stars Travis Tritt and Lorrie Morgan have visited this Idle Hour Tavern, along with Lee Roy Purnell and David Lee Murphy. What brings them here? Tradition. For decades Dianne and Bobby Herald have hosted up-and-coming artists in what they call "a little old beer bar." Sure, they serve beer, but they also serve some of the best live country music in Nashville. Top artists still come by to perform for the packed house, and they usually stick around to toss back a cold one. Domestic beer is super cheap, and chips and pizza are served all night.
  • Long Hollow Jamboree & Restaurant

    3600 Long Hollow Pike Goodlettsville, TN 37072 United States - Phone: +1 615 824 4445
    In 1974, a little country grocery store was the site of a weekly jam session. Musicians would come from miles around to "pick a little" on the guitar and sing favorite tunes. The Jam Session evolved into what is now a favorite family-style restaurant. Tresa Street and her band performs on Friday nights and Bob Payne and his band perform on Saturday nights. You can be the first to listen to upcoming new talent on Tuesday nights since the microphone is open to amateurs. No alcohol served and smoking is prohibited, but bring your appetite. The pork barbecue and chicken are some of the best around. Long Hollow Jamboree & Restaurant is only 11 miles north of Nashville.
  • End (The)

    2219 Elliston Place Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 321 4457
    Located in the middle of the Elliston "Rock Block," this unassuming nightspot called The End provides alternative music lovers a place to see their favorite local artists. The room is small, but the stage is always rocking with the latest of Nashville's aspiring rock stars. In the bar, the quietest spot in the club, you can carry on a conversation, but you don't come to The End to talk. You come here to dance, listen to great live music and see who else actually found a parking space in this busy district. Parking is a problem, so the big lot near Vanderbilt University across the street is your best bet.
  • Springwater Supper Club & Lounge

    115 27th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 320 0345
    Possibly the city's oldest watering hole, Springwater Supper Club & Lounge has been here so long that the current owner does not even know when it was first built. Just be glad it was, because there's no place like it in town. Nothing fancy about the interior, which consists of a large room with a good stage and bar. The crowd is interesting most nights, but not nearly as interesting as the music. Bands, from country to punk rock, take the stage every weekend. There is never a cover charge nor a dull moment here.
  • Windows On The Cumberland

    112 Second Avenue North Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 251 0097
    Unlike many downtown music venues, Windows On The Cumberland has character and atmosphere. Tall windows line the wood-paneled walls and actually do overlook the Cumberland River. The narrow room features a small stage and a small balcony. The tables are normally pushed to the walls to make room for dancing, and there's plenty of reason to dance. A local band kicks off the show every night at five with an "unplugged" set, followed by the nightly headliner. Saturday night is old-time country night and Sundays feature the sounds of the islands with reggae bands. Come in and enjoy a brew, listen to some tunes and dance the night away. No cover charge.
  • Sam & Zoe's

    525 Heather Place Nashville, TN 37204 United States - Phone: +1 615 385 2676
    Java heaven is the best way to describe this understated espresso shop called Sam And Zoe's. Inside the old house off Branford Avenue you will find wonderful coffees, bagels, smoothies, sandwiches and pastries. Poetry readings on Wednesday nights and live music on Fridays and Saturdays create a 1960s feel. Most performers are little-known local talent, but there are surprises on the small stage from time to time. This is Nashville, after all.
  • Wildhorse Saloon

    120 Second Avenue North Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 902 8200
    This is "the" place to kick your spurs up in Music City. The dance floor is the largest in Nashville, and the music and dancing are virtually nonstop. If showing off your moves makes you hungry, the kitchen offers a full lunch and dinner menu and the bar serves up frosty mugs of your favorite imported and domestic brews. This place is perfect for a night out with friends, a birthday party or for "boot-scootin'" with your sweetheart.
  • Flamingo Lounge

    422 Seventh Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 256 1429
    Simple decor, simple clientele and a simple mission: serve the best cheeseburgers in town and keep the beer cold. The cheeseburgers are fabulous. Each is a quarter pound of beef grilled to order, served on a grilled multi-grain bun. The beer is equally enticing. Dollar long-necks provide the perfect refreshment on hot days. Be content with domestics, though, because imports don't find their way to this bar.
  • Jody's Dining Hall

    209 10th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 259 4875
    A trendy, artistic space accented with tall windows and candlelit tables, the dining area is both romantic and formal. It's a preferred place for business dinners. The gourmet fare has strange names but creative flavor combinations. Duck, steak and seafood entrees come with curry sauces, Thai vegetables and almond-crusted breadings. Diners can order wine and mixed drinks with meals, but the real drinking takes place next door in the "bar car."
  • Mercy Lounge (The)

    1 Cannery Row Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 251 3020
    Located in the historic Cannery building, Mercy Lounge has an interesting past. It began its journey in 1863 as a flour mill and later became a coffee grinding shop. In 1957, the Dale Company took over the building and manufactured processed food items, such as jams, peanut butter and jelly. In the early 1970s, a restaurant and theater sprang up in the building. Famous artists such as Jimmy Cliff, Iggy Pop, Lenny Kravitz and Robin Trouer have performed at this venue. The lounge has a seating capacity of 500 and an adjacent room that has pool tables and pinball machines. The Mercy Lounge opens its doors at 8 in the evening every day except Sunday.
  • John Henry's

    1036 Jefferson Street Nashville, TN 37208 United States - Phone: +1 615 244 9640
    John Henry's is filled with remnants of Southern Jazz and fine tasting food. The menu features a number of chicken, steak and seafood entrees and to wash these down you have a wide choice of wines from the bar overlooking the dance floor. There are movie screen projectors for entertainment and dining here is a delight as one feels welcome and at home with the great service. Always being greeted and treated with a smile is a specialty at Henry's. Themed nights and jazz performances add an additional spark to the ambiance.
  • Club Excess Orbit

    909 1/2 Church Street Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 255 4331
    Club Excess Orbit is an amazing nightclub, located in downtown Nashville. This alcohol free nightclub has a fantastic ambience and brilliant interiors, supported by an excellent sound and lighting system. Famous DJs spin hit tracks, that the crowds enjoy till the wee hours of morning. Although there aren't alcoholic drinks available, there is still a pretty decent list of juices and other non alcoholic drinks like Blow Pops that party animals could sip on. One has to be above 18 years to enter this nightclub.
  • King Of Clubs

    901 Cowan Street Nashville, TN 37207 United States - Phone: +1 615 291 9944
    King Of Clubs is truly the 'King' when it comes to clubs. No one can hold ground more than the King. More like an entertainment center in one, this place accommodates two clubs, a restaurant, a VIP room for the princely, a game room, an outdoor patio and a event venue that can hold around 2000 people. Weekly themed days, fabulous DJ's and awesome events keep the crowd entertained and coming back for more.
  • Paradise Restaurant & Lounge

    1520 Hampton Street Nashville, TN 37207 United States - Phone: +1 615 228 4747
    The Paradise Restaurant and Lounge is an excellent restaurant and nightclub located in the city of Nashville. The place has an amazing ambience and the DJs here spin R&B, Funk and Old School hits. Party poppers frequent this place and you can catch a decent crowd almost everyday. This place specializes in serving American cuisine, and the Paradise Wings and New York Strip with potatoes is an absolute must try here. The lounge also has an interesting list of drinks to choose from.
  • B.B. King's Blues Club

    152 Second Avenue North Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 256 2727
    If you like the blues then you have to head to this place. The B.B. King's Blues Club is one of the best places to enjoy a night of good blues with some awesome bands like The B.B. King's House Rockers, The B.B. King's Soul Brigade, Burning Las Vegas, and The Soul Searchers. Even if you are not into the blues thing but are a complete foodie, come here for a taste of Southern Cuisine. There is something for everyone with well-marbled New York strip to fried catfish. Your visit would be incomplete without trying the impressive drinks on the bar menu. The B.B. King's Blues Club can put together a customized special package for you if interested in hosting an event here.
  • Inferno Bar

    527 West Main Street Murfreesboro, TN 37129 United States - Phone: +1 615 217 1212
    Inferno bar located in Nashville is not only a trendy nightclub but also a lounge. At this bar one can groove to foot-tapping numbers or even just mingle with the crowd. A good place for singles to meet new people. There is also a swank lounge here where a wide range of alcoholic beverages are available. The best part of this bar is that its open till late so you can enjoy the music and maybe get a bit tipsy. The decor is average, ambiance good and the crowd excellent, So head here to spice up your nightlife.
  • Basement (The)

    1604 8th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 254 8006
    Music is the only thing that matters at The Basement. The improvised decor, rough unfinished look is ample proof of that. Music-lovers can catch the best live music in town here by the various bands of different genres. The place is so sought after that its entertainment schedule is booked for months together at times. The best thing about The Basement is that one can enjoy music in a smoke-free atmosphere as the place is strictly non-smoking. A smoking area is provided on an outdoor patio. Drinks are also available.
  • Gibson Café and Guitar Gallery

    309 Plus Park Boulevard Nashville, TN 37217 United States - Phone: +1 615 259 0782
    The Gibson Café and Guitar Gallery is a wonderful cafe located in the city of Nashville. The cafe is one-of-a-kind that features rare and famous Gibson guitars used by guitar legends. The cafe is smoke-free and has a family friendly environment. The most famous guitar, here, is the Anniversary Les Paul that has 67 diamonds used in it and 24 carat gold accents. You get a variety of interesting drinks and coffees here, including alcoholic beverages. You can also get yourself some interesting Gibson merchandise.
  • Oak Bar

    231 Sixth Avenue North Nashville, TN 37219 United States - Phone: +1 615 244 3121
    Oak-wood paneling, elegant flooring complementing the plush leather chairs and high-raised wooden tables. Reflecting the charm of a traditional English coffee house, the oak bar at Hermitage Hotel casts its distinctive magic on its diners. This place is perfect to have light conversation with delightful 'Hot Pepper Relish', 'Crispy Fried Carolina Quail', Oysters', irresistible 'Malt Chocolate Milkshake' or the finest of wines to choose from. Our curious music lovers would be more than delighted to know the significance of this classy bar in the history of Francis Craig Orchestra. Awarded as 'the best bar in Nashville", this bar undoubtedly proves its worth on every occasion. This place is open everyday from 11:30 a.m onwards and on Sundays from Noon.
  • Jonathan's Grille

    7653 Highway 70 South Nashville, TN 37221 United States - Phone: +1 615 646 5233
    Jonathan's has all of the feel of an established chain restaurant, plus all of the perks of a privately-owned sports bar. The menu offers a huge variety of starters, salads and entrées including everything from quesadillas, to tilapia, to filet mignon, as well as an excellent selection of delicious deep-dish style pizzas with a unique assortment of toppings. Late night specials and happy hours are listed on the restaurant's website and offer customers additional savings. The tables at Jonathan's are a little larger than those found at most chain restaurants—that little bit of extra elbow room makes for a much more comfortable dining experience. Depending on the night, guests might also enjoy live music, karaoke or a bar-side trivia game. Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Rutledge (The)

    410 Fourth Avenue South Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 782 6858
    Formerly known as Blue Sky Court, The Rutledge is a live music venue with a bar. The bar area is separate from the performance area so that those enjoying the music won't be disturbed by those chatting at the bar. With a seating capacity of 250, this also makes for an ideal venue for private events and functions. Smoking is permitted only on the patio outside. Check the website for further details on events.
  • Moeka Lounge

    1114 Charlotte Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 467 6773
    Greasy pub meals, lots of soda and beer, and an ambiance that looks quite mysterious with its smoky edge. If you like the sound of that, and you are the impulsive, not so choosy sort, who really doesn't care about the music as long as its live, then you need to head straight for the Moeka Lounge. Please note: This is not the ideal place to bring your date, but it can be the perfect place to chill out with your buddies, especially if you are looking for a place that doesn't really care if you dress nice our not. The Moeka Lounge does charge you a little more than the shop rates for drinks, so yes, make sure you don't budget yourself on the normal suburban store rates when you decide to visit. Call for additional information.
  • Mai

    125 12th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 251 1889
    This upbeat nightclub also provides an upscale clubbing experience for all visitors. VIP reservations are also available, or, if visitors are looking for a more casual night out with friends, a table can also be reserved for a small fee. Mai also features a modern audio system and also various promotions at different times of the week.
  • Cabana Restaurant

    1910 Belcourt Avenue Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 577 2262
    Cabana Restaurant is a delightful combination of pub, restaurant and nightclub. Located on Belcourt Avenue near the Vanderbilt, Belmont, Hillsboro Village and the Belcourt Theatre, Cabana Restaurant is the perfect spot for a late night meal after a show, a romantic dinner or a place to meet up with friends and watch something on one of the plasma screens. Cabana offers themed nights, ladies nights and live music, in addition to their trademark cabana private seating options. The food is familiar Southern cuisine prepared with flare by Chef Brian Uhl. Cabana is owned by Randy Rayburn, who also owns the very successful Sunset Grill and Midtown Cafe. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • The Stage on Broadway

    412 Broadway Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 726 0504
    The Stage on Broadway is one of the biggest hits in Downtown Nashville. This authentic country western club rocks all week long, so expect to see a crowd and line every night, but it is worth the wait. The vibe is fun and celebrity sightings are a common occurrence. Celebrity sightings include Miranda Lambert, Ricky Skaggs, Clay Walker and Jo Dee Messina.
  • Gilligans

    527 West Main Street Murfreesboro, TN 37129 United States - Phone: +1 615 439 6090
    If you are in downtown Murfreesboro, then do head to Gilligans. This vibrant night-time destination offers two levels of entertainment that you may not experience anywhere else in the city. Featuring regular bar features like pool tables and dartboards, the venue mixes it up by also offering club nights like Ladies Nights on Thursdays, Free Keg Party nights on Fridays and more. The place is open Tuesdays to Sundays. To know more, do call or see the website.
  • Play Dance Bar

    1519 Church Street Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 322 9627
    Trivia, drag shows, impersonations, you name it, Play Dance Bar probably has a theme night for it. This colorful LGBT downtown nightclub attracts an eclectic crowd throughout the week with its one-of-a-kind entertainment. Guest DJ's play new and improved tunes for you to showoff your best dance moves. Be sure to visit the website for more details on upcoming events.
  • Tin Roof

    1516 Demonbreun Street Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 313 7103
    Tin Roof is a favorite nightspot for locals who love live music. Six nights a week live tunes fill the air, while patrons enjoy their beers and cocktails from the bar. A menu filled with sandwiches and quesadillas is also available.
  • SEEN

    114 2nd Avenue South Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 251-0064
    Feel your body swaying to the beat as you make your way to the bar amidst the colorful strobe lights and smartly dressed patrons. The drinks served at this popular downtown nightclub are stiff and budget friendly. Some of the best local DJ's spin their beats here along with internationally well-known tastemakers. Be advised, this locale can be hard to spot thanks to the nondescript brick warehouse exterior.
  • Anthem

    125 12th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 679 9782
    Anthem is the pulse of Nashville’s nightlife. This happening late-night spot has guests queuing up for live music, concerts and dance parties. It accommodates 1000 with their VIP room upstairs seating up to 400. Sip on a cocktail while enjoying delicious tapas-style platters prepared by chef Chad Combs. Their mezzanine level lounge overlooks the stage that hosts some of the best bands and DJs in town.
  • Tin Roof 2

    9135 Carothers Parkway Franklin, TN 37067 United States - Phone: +1 615 435 8100
    With the recipe for success, the Tin Roof 2 in Franklin is laid-back, friendly, neighborhood establishment. Grab a group of friends and head here for a guaranteed good time with live music, cold draft beers and expertly concocted cocktails. You'll find hearty pub grub options like their 'pizzadillas' and build your own nachos dishes. Lighter fare is also offered for the health conscious, with salads veggie sandwiches.
  • Tribe

    1517 Church Street Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 329 2912
    This polished and modern LGBT nightclub features themed evening events throughout the week. From trivia night to drag shows, Tribe is always buzzing with activity. Aside from the entertainment, the cocktails are superb, with locals claiming Tribe's mixologists make the best martini's in town. So if you're looking for some colorful nightlife in Nashville, Tribe is the place to be.
  • Nashville Convention Center

    601 Commerce Street Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 742 2000
    If you want to find a big event in Nashville, this is the first place to look. Convenient location and size make Nashville Convention Center a prime venue for many of the city's major events and exhibits. This massive glass and limestone structure houses a 118,000 square feet exhibit hall, 11,000 square feet ballroom, 22 meeting rooms and offers full-service catering. It is also connected to the Renaissance Nashville (673-room luxury hotel) and across the street from the 20,000-seat Sommet Center.
  • Cawthon's Caterer

    334 West Trinity Lane Nashville, TN 37207 United States - Phone: +1 615 228 4600
    For your next big catered event why not try a down home theme. Cawthon's Caterer serves up some of the best southern cookin' you have ever tasted. Jack Cawthon and his team of professionals will prepare Southern classics like slow roasted Tennessee pork shoulder and succulent barbecue ribs. You can select from a number of entrees, vegetable dishes and desserts or opt for one of the made-to-order menus. Prices vary by menu items and quantity.
  • Delta City Club (The)

    3841 Green Hills Village Drive Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 292 6600
    This is the place to come if you want to get in shape, but do not want to sign contracts or pay unreasonable membership fees. The dedicated staff eager to help you make the most of your workouts. They work with you on a three-step program, which is comprised of Fitness Recovery, Fitness Maintenance and Fitness Consulting. By following these steps, you will see fast results and maintain your ideal weight and fitness level.
  • Second Avenue Carriage Service

    212 4th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 615 789 5945
    If you are getting married and want your get away car to be something more traditional and romantic, Second Avenue Carriage Service will suit you perfectly. You won't have to ride in a pumpkin, but instead a white, timeless Cinderella carriage. The carriage is by reservation only for weddings and other special events. Price is based on distance traveled.
  • Tennessee State Fairgrounds

    625 Smith Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 862 8980
    Tennessee State Fairgrounds is where Nashville comes to play at the areas biggest events and expos. Situated on 117 acres, the fairgrounds feature several exhibit buildings, an arena, the Nashville Speedway racetrack, an amphitheater and a concert venue. In addition to special events throughout the year like the Spring Nashville Lawn & Garden Show and the Autumn Christmas Village, the area's largest flea market is held on last weekend of each month. Plenty of free parking and handicapped accessible.
  • TriStar Centennial Medical Center

    2300 Patterson Street Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 342 1000
    TriStar Centennial Medical Center is a full-service hospital that has consistently ranked as one of the best in the US. Its treatments range from stroke, cardiovascular and common orthopaedic problems to the more complex like cancer and transplants. Its renowned Sarah Cannon Cancer Center is also a premier facility in the treatment of breast cancer.
  • Baptist Hospital

    2000 Church Street Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 284 5555
    Middle Tennessee's largest, non-profit medical center offers a full range of services, including specialized treatment of allergies, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. The Women's Health Pavilion provides state-of-the-art services from child birth to cancer treatment. Baptist Hospital also takes care of the spiritual need of the patients, hence the Pastoral services on the campus.
  • Saint Thomas Hospital

    4220 Harding Road Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 222 2111
    Part of the Daughters of Charity hospitals, Saint Thomas Hospital is a full-service facility providing a range of health services, including advanced treatments for diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular disease. Its Heart Institute ranks as one of the nation's top 100 cardiovascular centers. In addition to treating disease, its Wellness Center focuses on preventative care such as cholesterol screenings and exercise programs.
  • Tennessee Christian Medical Center

    500 Hospital Drive Madison, TN 37115 United States - Phone: +1 615 865 0300
    Part of the Adventist Health system, the staff at Tennessee Christian Medical Center strives to serve the physical, emotional and spiritual well being of each patient. The facility specializes in psychiatric and addiction treatment, mental and physical rehabilitation, wound care and senior services. It also provides a full range of acute and in-patient services.
  • Williamson Medical Center

    2021 Carothers Road Franklin, TN 37067 United States - Phone: +1 615 791 0500
    Williamson Medical Center serves the communities of Brentwood and Franklin, ten miles south of downtown. In addition to providing emergency and in-patient services, the hospital specializes in advanced treatment and medical research of oncology and sports medicine. Disease prevention and health maintenance programs, such as blood pressure screenings and cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) classes.
  • Vanderbilt University Medical Center

    1211 Medical Center Drive Nashville, TN 37232 United States - Phone: +1 615 322 5000
    Vanderbilt University Medical Center provides the region's only Level 1 trauma center, with emergency helicopter transport. It is also home to the most advanced neonatal intensive care unit in Middle Tennessee. Its Ingram Cancer Center, Women's Heart Institute, and Children's Hospital are premier centers for treatment and prevention of disease. Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and School of Nursing rank among the best research and teaching institutions in the nation.
  • Memorial Gymnasium

    2601 Jess Neely Drive Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 322 4653
    Home of the Vanderbilt Commodores basketball team, Memorial Gymnasium can seat up to 14,000 spectators. It was dedicated as a memorial in honor of the heroes of World War II. The structure combines a gymnasium and a concert hall designed by architect Edwin Keeble. A $25 million renovation project added a new practice gym, a three cross-court playing floor, coaching offices, donor room, a Hall of Champions, private suites and a new lighting and sound system.
  • Fly Away

    1671 Murfreesboro Road Nashville, TN 37217 United States - Phone: +1 615 367 2200
    Fly Away is part of the Park'N Fly Network—one of the industry's leading on-line booking engines for airport parking. With facilities nation-wide and growing, parking with Park'N Fly is fast and easy. By booking your airport parking today you have the peace of mind in knowing that a parking space is reserved when you need it. You never have to worry that a location is full, or that the price is too expensive. The Park'N Fly Network charges no service fees. Their lots are secure, convenient to the airport and have prompt pick-up, drop-off and helpful employees. To begin booking your airport parking simply click on their website and select the Airport that you wish to park from the drop down menu.
  • Nashville Superspeedway

    4847-F McCrary Road Lebanon, TN 37090 United States - Phone: +1 615 722 3849
    Established in the 2001, Nashville Superspeedway is a 1.33-mile, tri-oval concrete speedway. If the venue name doesn't ring a bell then maybe this will—the Indy Racing League, NASCAR Craftsman Trucks and two NASCAR Busch Series are held here annually. With a seating capacity of more than 150,000, there are talks of this place becoming the venue for the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Race. So go ahead and book your tickets, either online or by phone.
  • Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

    4905 Franklin Pike Nashville, TN 37220 United States - Phone: +1 615 333 1047
    Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church is an institution that fosters a sense of peace and harmony in the community. Attend sermons, masses and religious services held for one and all. Take a detailed tour the Church, admire the architecture or try peering through its beautiful stained-glass windows. This quaint church is home to a wide range of cultural events and festivities from time to time. It comes alive during its Greek Food Festival where you can sample Greek delights and get an insight into their culture. Lots of Greek merchandise and some pretty artifacts are on display at the stalls. Check their website for more details on current and upcoming events.
  • Historic Germantown

    Off Monroe Street Nashville, TN 37208 United States
    Spread across 18 square blocks in Nashville, Historic Germantown evokes strong memories of the city's past through its resplendent architecture and history. The legendary Oktoberfest which originated in Germany is fervently celebrated here each October, and spells non-stop fun for residents and visitors who revel in the street parties, concerts, food stalls, bric-a-brac stalls, pet shows and more. A visit to Nashville is incomplete without a visit to Germantown.
  • Apple Store

    2126 Abbott Martin Road Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 385 2189
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Checker Cab

    221 Largo Drive Nashville, TN 37211 United States - Phone: +1 615 256 7000
    Starting with just two vehicles in 1947, the Checker Cab has since grown to become the largest and the most reputed taxicab service operating in Nashville city. The service offered is not just limited to local taxi service, but also includes airport transfers, parcel deliveries, city tours, late night travel and executive travel service. The company is favored because of its quick dispatch system that ensures minimum wait time. The cabs are available on call 24/7, but advance booking is recommended.
  • Music City Taxi

    729 Calhoun Avenue Nashville, TN 37210 United States - Phone: +1 615 262 0451
    Music City Taxi is a professional 24-hour transportation. The company's taxicabs are available on call and offer door-to-door transportation along with other services like parcel pick-up & delivery and personalized tours. The taxi service is reliable, and the drivers are friendly and helpful—you will rarely get a chance to complain about the service.
  • Allen Arena

    3901 Granny White Pike Nashville, TN 37204 United States - Phone: +1 615 966 7070
    The Allen Arena is located at the south end of Lipscomb University's campus and is used for a variety of events predominantly used for basketball and volleyball matches. It is home to the university chapel, Bison and Lady Bisons. The Allen Arena has also played host to events like the 'Annual Minnie Pearl Cancer Foundation Concert' wherein a number of celebrities have made appearances. With a seating capacity of 5,028, this place makes a great venue for athletic events. During concerts, the arena can accommodate upto 3,585 people.
  • Watkins College Of Art Design & Film

    2298 Rosa L. Parks Boulevard Nashville, TN 37228 United States - Phone: +1 615 383 4848
    The Watkins College Of Art Design & Film is a fantastic college located in Nashville. With a strong faculty and staff, this college seeks to invite students interested in Art and Design to learn further in the subject and promote their work. The college offers Bachelor Degrees in Film, Fine arts, Interior Design, Photography and Graphic Design. Watkins has excellent facilities and equipment to help the students gain practical information as well as the usual theoretical knowledge in the respective fields.
  • Boys and Girls Club

    916 16th Avenue North Nashville, TN 37208 United States - Phone: +1 615 320 5106
    With the intellectual development of children in mind, this club hosts a number of activities where kids can learn, have fun and succeed. Events related to sports, health and fitness and recreation are held at this place. A good centre for children to mingle around and learn new skills and grow as individuals. The aim of the club is to enable all young people, especially those who need it most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
  • Music City Motorplex

    625 Smith Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 726 1818
    Music City Motorplex is a NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racetrack, located at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds. It upholds the honor of being one of the oldest tracks in the country. It has held many grand events besides race series and cups. The Motorplex also holds events on a grand scale, with the capacity of 15,000 people and it also offers great packages and good event facilities.
  • Hale Stadium

    3500 John A Merritt Boulevard Nashville, TN 37209 United States - Phone: +1 615 963 5000
    Hale Stadium on Tennessee State University campus is a whale of a stadium with a seating capacity of 10,000, which makes this one of the biggest stadiums. It has a natural turf field and a quarter mile track surrounding the field. The stadium is used for all sorts of events like student pep rallies, band showcases and athletics contests.
  • Gentry Center

    3500 John Merritt Boulevard Nashville, TN 37209 United States - Phone: +1 615 963 5797
    Gentry Center located in Tennessee State University, is an ideal events venue. It is commonly used by the college students for campus activities. The center's facilities are also available for concerts and sports activities. Business congregations and trade shows are a regular feature at this venue. Proms, graduations, fashion shows and gala events are also held here regularly.
  • Kean Hall

    3500 John A. Merritt Boulevard Nashville, TN 37209 United States - Phone: +1 615 963 5331
    Kean Hall is connected to the campus center and is a major venue for recreational activities for students living on the Tennessee State University campus. The Hall also serves as headquarters for the Air Force ROTC, offices for the football staff and houses the academic and sports Hall of Fame. The Hall hosts Career Fairs, Battle of the Residence Halls Talent Shows and also pageants like the Mr TSU. This sure is one place you can't afford to miss when you are in Nashville.
  • Carriage House (The)

    5025 Harding Road Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 356 0501
    History and beauty make for a great combination and the Carriage House has got ample of both. One of the several heritage buildings dotting the 19th century Belle Meade Plantation, the Carriage House is generally used as an exhibit house. Its space can also be rented for weddings, corporate events, dinners and cocktail receptions. The House provides for an unconventional venue for any event, with its unique old-world charm. 250 guests can comfortably sit for a dinner here or a cocktail reception for 300 can be easily accommodated.
  • Vanderbilt University Alumni Lawn

    2201 West End Avenue Nashville, TN 37240 United States - Phone: +1 615 322 7311
    The Alumni Lawn of the Vanderbilt University is used for a variety of purposes. The university itself organizes most of its events on the lawn, which is located between the University Student Center and the Fine Arts Center. The University festivals are very popular, especially the annual 'Rites of Spring Music Festival' that features live performances by local, national as well as a number of world renowned artists. The wide area of the lawn makes it a great venue for hosting parties, and private gatherings alike.
  • Music Valley Event Center-The Valley Expo

    2416 Music Valley Drive Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 885 7400
    The Music Valley Event Center is simply perfect for those who seek space for hosting an event and nothing else. Offering 8000 square feet (743 square meters) area, this facility, also known as the Valley Expo, can accommodate up to 450 people. It is available for all kinds of social, cultural and business events. Music Valley Event Center is great for its easily accessible location and reasonable price.
  • Vanderbilt University Student Life Center

    310 25th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37240 United States - Phone: +1 615 343 0371
    The Student Life Center is an initiative of the Vanderbilt University of Nashville, in order to create a separate space for the university students to relax and socialize. In the 18,000 square feet of area that the center covers, it encompasses the Study Abroad and Student Counseling centers and the Office of Honorary Scholarships too. The wide area that it covers provides for an extensive events space suitable for hosting a number of university as well as outside affairs and events. The ground floor of the building houses a large meeting room and the second floor features the Career and Counseling Center. The 9,000 square feet large Commodore Ballroom on the first floor is exquisitely designed and architectured and can be used as a theater venue, concert venue or simply a party venue.
  • Ingram Hall

    2400 Blakemore Avenue Nashville, TN 37212 United States - Phone: +1 615 322 7651
    With the capacity to accommodate about 618 people, Ingram hall is an ideal place to hold meetings and other cultural performances. Well-furnished and fully-equipped, this hall also hosts lectures and student recitals. To know more about this venue, please check the website.
  • Nashville

    Nashville Nashville, TN 37201 United States - Phone: +1 800 657 6910(Tourist Information)
    The capital city of Tennessee, Nashville may be a person's idea of modernization. However, with its urban cityscape and modern structures, the city yet does not fail to emote its cultural side to one and all. The residents of Nashville are all connoisseurs of music and this is very much evident from the number of concert halls and performance auditoriums they have in the city. The civil war, brought about major changes in Nashville's economy and is deeply rooted within the culture of the city. A number of performances based of these themes is one of the many major attractions of Nashville.
  • Columbia

    Columbia Columbia, TN 38401 United States - Phone: +1 931 560 1510
    Set along the banks of the free flowing Duck River that is an anglers paradise replete with exotic species of mussels and fish, the city of Columbia claims to be the "Mule capital of the world". An ode to the mules is paid every year on April Fools Day. Incorporated in 1817, this was a prosperous agricultural town which had its share of heritage attractions, ancestral homes and plantations. Columbia came into the limelight once again in 2009 when Hannah Montana was filmed here.
  • Nashville Expo Center

    625 Smith Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 862 8994
    Also known as the Tennessee State Fairgrounds, the Nashville Expo Center is a mix of indoor as well as outdoor event space. Occupying a massive stretch of land, the fairgrounds provide eight on-site meeting venues. All the facilities at this expo center are air-conditioned, well furbished and technologically sound. An array of large scale public events like fairs and festivals, as also corporate events like expositions and trade shows, are a recurring feature here. Check website for event schedule and further details.
  • D1 Sports Training

    7115 South Springs Drive Franklin, TN 37067 United States - Phone: +1 615 778 0000
  • Sunset Elementary School

    100 Sunset Trail Brentwood, TN 37027 United States - Phone: +1 615 472 5020
  • George Whitten Elementary School

    140 Scotch Street Hendersonville, TN 37075 United States - Phone: +1 615 824 3258
  • Sumner County Family YMCA

    102 Bluegrass Commons Boulevard Hendersonville, TN 37075 United States - Phone: +1 615 826 9622
  • Mt. Juliet YMCA

    1315 North Mt. Juliet Road Mount Juliet, TN 37122 United States - Phone: +1 615 773 5363
  • John Barker's Two Rivers Ford

    76 Belinda Parkway Mount Juliet, TN 37122 United States - Phone: +1 615 889 9215 / +1 800 900 1000(Toll Free)
  • Murfreesboro

    11 West Vine Street Murfreesboro, TN 37130 United States - Phone: +1 615 893 5210
  • Stones River Country Club

    1830 Northwest Broad Street Murfreesboro, TN 37129 United States - Phone: +1 615 896 4431
  • Belle Meade Boulevard

    Belle Meade Boulevard Nashville, TN 37205 United States
  • Juvenile Justice Center

    100 Woodland Street Nashville, TN 37213 United States - Phone: +1 615 862 7980
  • USBA

    1850B General George Patton Drive Franklin, TN 37067 United States - Phone: +1 615 377 0055 / +1 866 592 8722(Toll Free)
  • Donelson Baseball - Rotary Park

    4541 Old Hickory Boulevard Nashville, TN 37076 United States
  • Westhaven Town Center

    Westhaven Town Center Franklin, TN 37067 United States - Phone: +1 615 778 3150
  • Columbia State Community College - Columbia Campus

    1665 Hampshire Pike Columbia, TN 38401 United States - Phone: +1 931 540 2722
  • Covenant Presbyterian Church

    33 Burton Hills Boulevard Nashville, TN 37215 United States - Phone: +1 615 383 2206
    Covenant Presbyterian Church overlooks the Green Hills neighborhood of Nashville. Although the church itself is relatively young, having begun as a church plant in 1990, the sanctuary, which completed construction in 2009, was built in the style of an old cathedral complete with stone architecture, a high-arched nave and a gorgeous pipe organ. Educational ministries are specifically designed for children, youth, college students, and adults. The church also hosts special events throughout the year and coordinates a variety of volunteer ministries. Covenant Presbyterian Church is also home to The Covenant School, a Christian private elementary school. Service times are available on the church website. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Cornerstone Church

    726 West Old Hickory Boulevard Madison, TN 37115 United States - Phone: +1 615 865 6655
    Cornerstone Church is the largest Assemblies of God church in the greater Nashville area. A Purpose-Driven church, Cornerstone offers educational ministries for children, youth, young adults, men, women, and seniors. The church provides a childcare option for Nashville families through the ministry of Cornerstone Christian Preschool. Members and guest are invited to join Cornerstone's many outreach options for men and women including a bowling league and motorcycle club. Cornerstone is well known for its Independence Day celebration featuring indoor fireworks and a laser light show. The facilities of this church are used throughout the year for a variety of local events. Service times are listed on the church website. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • First Baptist Nashville

    108 7th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 664 6000
    First Baptist Nashville is located in the heart of downtown Nashville directly beside Bridgestone Arena. Educational ministries serve the church community through age-appropriate curriculum specific for children, youth, college students, single adults, married adults, and senior adults. Bible studies, prayer groups and small groups take place throughout the week for men and women. In addition to regularly scheduled services, First Baptist also provides the downtown community with an Arts Service Group which includes an open studio for the visual arts as well as an arts festival. The church also provides recreational opportunities through the First Baptist Church Recreation Center. Details for the recreation center and service times are available on the church website. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • First Baptist Church Hendersonville

    106 Bluegrass Commons Boulevard Hendersonville, TN 37075 United States - Phone: +1 615 824 6154
    First Baptist Church Hendersonville is one of the largest worship and recreational facilities in the city of Hendersonville. Located beside the Sumner County Family YMCA, First Baptist offers a full range of educational ministries for all ages as well as a Family Ministry Center complete with fitness center, adult and youth sports programs, a children's party room with play area, a library and a cafe. The church campus is also home to the BABBCENTER, a facility for pre-marital and marriage counseling, educational assessments, grief counseling, support services and employment services. The facilities of First Baptist are also occasionally used for community events. Service times and detailed information on the Family Ministry Center are available on the church website. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Christ Community Church

    1215 Hillsboro Road Franklin, TN 37069 United States - Phone: +1 615 468 2200
    Christ Community Church is one of the most popular churches in the Franklin, Tennessee area. As the home church for popular Christian artists such as Amy Grant, Stephen Curtis Chapman, and Michael Card, this church has a firm foundation in the contemporary worship service style. It is also well-grounded theologically as a member of the Presbyterian Church in America. Christ Community Church offers a full spectrum of educational and counseling ministries designed for children, youth, singles, adults and seniors. The church facilities are also commonly used for community events. For more information on service times and upcoming events, visit the church's website. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • West End United Methodist Church

    2200 West End Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 321 8500
    West End United Methodist Church is one of the oldest churches in downtown Nashville. The church offers weekly educational ministries, bible studies and prayer opportunities for members and guests of all ages. The church serves the Nashville community through the West End Day School and Play School, offering both a full-scale daycare as well as a mother's day out program. The church welcomes visitors for tours and worship services whenever the church is available. Information on service times and special events may be found on the church's website. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Christ Church Nashville

    15354 Old Hickory Boulevard Nashville, TN 37211 United States - Phone: +1 615 834 6171
    Christ Church Nashville is located in South Nashville and serves both South Nashville and parts of West Nashville. The church offers a full range of educational ministries for children, youth, young adults, men, women and seniors including Sunday morning classes, Men's Fraternity and women's ministries. The church also provides a variety of special outreach ministries including programs to feed the homeless, provide help for expectant mothers, outreach to the deaf community and services for the Hispanic community. Christ Church also hosts Image Productions, a visual and fine arts outlet for local artists interested in producing works related to their faith. Service times and event information is available on the church's website. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Christ Church Cathedral

    900 Broadway Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 255 7729
    Christ Church Cathedral is located in the heart of downtown Nashville and is presided over by the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee. This beautiful and historic church dates back to the early 19th Century. Visitors are welcome throughout the week and after Sunday services to tour the church as a historical site. The church's broad spectrum of educational and prayer ministries meet the needs of members and guests of all ages. Through a program called Sacred Space for the City, Christ Church Cathedral offers the use of its facilities for spiritual, educational, artistic, civic, and outreach opportunities to the local Nashville community regardless of religious affiliation. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Cathedral of the Incarnation

    2015 West End Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 327 2330
    Cathedral of the Incarnation is the Catholic cathedral for the Diocese of Tennessee and presided over by the current Catholic bishop of the diocese. This historic building is over 100 years old and structured as a typical Roman basilica with various additions and changes added over the decades. Catholic educational formation classes are available on Sundays and throughout the week according to the church's calendar. The cathedral operates the Cathedral Day School as well as a variety of outreach ministries including partnerships for service to the homeless, pro-life missions, and counseling services. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Living to Go Church

    1001 Centerpoint Road Hendersonville, TN 37075 United States - Phone: +1 615 859 4405
    Living to Go Church operates two campuses in the Goodlettsville and Hendersonville communities. The Rivergate campus offers guests a contemporary worship style, while the Hendersonville campus provides a classic service under the leadership of the Reverend Paul Baggett. Pastor Baggett also operates a website and ministry called The Happy Pastor. Living to Go Church serves the greater Nashville community through the use of the Hendersonville campus for the Actors Point Theatre Company. Information on worship times and dinner theater tickets are available on the church website and the actors' company website. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • St George's Episcopal Church

    4715 Harding Road Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 385 2150
    St. George's Episcopal Church is a family-friendly Episcopal church located along the border of Green Hills and Bell Meade. The church offers a full selection of Christian education services for members and visitors of all ages. Youth groups are available for middle school, high school and college students, and adults are invited to participate in discipleship groups related to a variety of Biblical topics and life stages. St. George's also offers Catechesis of the Good Shepherd and a full vacation bible school program.  The church also operates a kindergarten and Mother's Day Out program. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Long Hollow Baptist Church

    3031 Long Hollow Pike Hendersonville, TN 37075 United States - Phone: +1 615 824 4006
    Long Hollow Baptist Church is one of the largest congregations in the Nashville area. With two campuses, one in Hendersonville and one in Gallatin, Long Hollow serves the largest community of Southern Baptists in Sumner County. The church offers a wide selection of programs, counseling, outreach and educational opportunities for children, youth, adults and seniors. While the Sunday services are located in large amphitheater arenas, the church grows spiritually and as a church body through small, in-home discipleship groups.  Long Hollow offers vacation bible school and church camp options for children and youth and hosts a variety of uplifting community events for adults. Sermons can be heard and watched on the church's website. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Islamic Center of Nashville

    1215 12th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37204 United States - Phone: +1 615 385 9379
    The Islamic Center of Nashville provides education and support for Muslims in the Nashville community and those interested in learning more about Islam. Classes are offered on basic Islam, Salat, or Islamic prayer, and the Quran. Assistance is also available for marriage and funeral services for Muslims. The Islamic Center also operates the Nashville International Academy (NIA), formerly the Islamic School of Nashville. This full-time Islamic school started in 1995 and is continually expanding its services, facilities and student body. Weekend Islamic school is also available. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Church of the Good Shepherd

    1420 Wilson Pike Nashville, TN 37027 United States - Phone: +1 615 661 0890
    Church of the Good Shepherd is a welcoming Episcopal church located in Brentwood, Tennessee. The church offers both a traditional and a contemporary worship service as well as Christian educational programs for members and visitors of all ages. Church of the Good Shepherd was established in 1995 and has grown steadily into one of the largest, thriving Episcopal churches in the Nashville area. Family-focused, Church of the Good Shepherd offers a summer vacation bible school in addition to first communion preparation and teen confirmation classes. Check out the church calendar for other church and community events. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Hendersonville Church of Christ

    107 Rockland Road Hendersonville, TN 37075 United States - Phone: +1 615 264 0308
    The Hendersonville Church of Christ is one of the largest churches in the Hendersonville community. Serving most of Hendersonville and Goodlettsville, this church provides Christian programs and religious education for children, youth, young adults, singles, couples, and senior adults. The church also operates an annexed area that serves as the location for a variety of youth activities and many educational meetings. Summer camp options for tweens and teens are provided at the church's camp location, Whispering Pines. This church also provides a preschool and kindergarten program with an excellent reputation for graduating students with high achievement records. The church facilities are also occasionally used for community events. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Brentwood Hills Church of Christ

    5120 Franklin Pike Nashville, TN 37220 United States - Phone: +1 615 832 2541
    Brentwood Hills Church of Christ is a vibrant Christian community meeting the needs of Church of Christ families and individuals in the Brentwood area. The church focuses its efforts on preaching the gospel, evangelism and discipleship. Christian religious education is available year-round for children, youth, college students, young adults, couples and seniors. During the summer, Brentwood Hills Church of Christ offers a vacation bible school program for area children. Church facilities are occasionally also used for community events. Check out the church's website for more detailed information on upcoming events and programs. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • First Lutheran Nashville

    113 8th Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 United States - Phone: +1 615 256 7580
    First Lutheran Nashville is located in the heart of Music City. In addition to a full range of Christian religious educational programs designed for children, youth, adults and seniors, First Lutheran also reaches out to the needs of the community surrounding the church facilities. By partnering with local ministries which focus on specific needs such as homelessness, hunger, incarceration and illness, the members of this Nashville church are able to better assist those with the greatest needs. During the summer, First Lutheran Nashville continues its education programs with a vacation bible school. Check the church's website for specific dates and events. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Sri Ganesa Temple

    527 Old Hickory Boulevard Nashville, TN 37209 United States - Phone: +1 615 356 7207
    Sri Ganesha Temple is the only full-scale Hindu temple in the greater Nashville area. Nestled in the foothills on the West side of Nashville, the temple is one of the most unusual and beautiful sites along Old Hickory Boulevard. In addition to temple worship, the location also serves as the headquarters for the Hindu Culture Center of Tennessee. For the Hindu community in Nashville, the temple provides Hindu Vedic religious education as well as children's language classes in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Bengali. Tours of the temple are encouraged, but must be scheduled at least a day in advance. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • West End Synagogue

    3810 West End Avenue Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 269 4592
    West End Synagogue has been serving the Jewish community of Nashville since its inception as Khal Kodesh Adath Israel in 1874. Affiliated with the United Synagogue for Conservative Judaism, this synagogue offers conservative Jewish religious education for persons of all ages. The synagogue is focused on ritual, celebration, education and social action and provides opportunities for members to participate in all of these aspects of the Jewish faith. Through partnerships with Room in the Inn and Second Harvest, West End Synagogue serves to assist the homeless population in Nashville. Special assistance and direction is also provided for inter-faith couples wishing to raise their children in the Jewish tradition. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Congregation Sherith Israel

    3600 West End Avenue Nashville, TN 37205 United States - Phone: +1 615 292 6614
    Congregation Sherith Israel is an Orthodox Jewish synagogue with a blended congregation of Jewish believers from all walks of life and all levels of observance. The synagogue provides a community for worship and a wide variety of Jewish religious educational programs for followers of all ages. In keeping with Orthodox Jewish beliefs, the church and the church website provide a detailed map of the Nashville Eruv for the Orthodox Jewish community. Shacharit and mincha service dates and times are also listed on the synagogue's website. -Lynn-nore Chittom
  • Fellowship at Two Rivers (The)

    2800 McGavock Pike Nashville, TN 37214 United States - Phone: +1 615 889 3950
    Formerly the Two Rivers Baptist Church, The Fellowship at Two Rivers is a Christ centered church where everyone is welcome. To help people know about Jesus, the congregation has a full-fledged worship band, innovative teaching and prayer times. Apart from the Sunday meetings, they have weekly life groups which is not only studying the bible but also a place to know one another. During Sundays, there is a separate children's ministry with music and teaching in a fun environment.
  • Rutherford County Courthouse

    1 North Public Square Murfreesboro, TN 37130 United States
    The Rutherford County Courthouse in Tennessee was built in 1859 and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973 for its prominence during the Civil War. Designed in Classical Revival style, this structure spans over six acres (2.4 hectares) and features an iconic bell and clock tower. One of the main reasons for its historical importance is that during the Civil War the area was first occupied by Confederate troops in 1862 and later served as the headquarters for Union troops. It was also used as an air raid alarm site during World War II. The courthouse is rich in history and boasts of a beautiful architecture.
  • Owen Chapel Church of Christ

    1101 Franklin Road Brentwood, TN 37027 United States - Phone: +1 615 377 6474
    The Owen Chapel Church of Christ is a quaint little church built around 1860. A simple brick structure, it is made of Vernacular Greek Revival and Greek Revival styles of architecture. The church is in continuous function from its inception. Services and ceremonies are religiously held at the church.
  • First Presbyterian Church

    210 North Spring Street Murfreesboro, TN 37130 United States - Phone: +1 615 893 3882
    The aesthetic First Presbyterian Church was established in 1812 in Murfreesboro in Tennessee. The historic church building is precisely sited at Spring Street. It has featured on the National Register of Historic Places and is a striking example of Classical Revival style of architecture.
  • College Grove Methodist Church

    8568 Horton Highway College Grove, TN 37046 United States - Phone: +1 615 368 7611
    The College Grove Methodist Church was built as well as designed in 1888 by by T.G. Slate. In 1988, it was entered into the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Gallatin Presbyterian Church

    167 West Main Street Gallatin, TN 37066 United States - Phone: +1 615 452 3151
    Gallatin First Presbyterian Church is located in Gallatin, Sumner County, Tennessee. It was built in 1836 and is one of the oldest church buildings in town that is still in operation. It is an example of the early Greek Revival architectural style. It got listed with the National Register of Historic Places on March 25, 1982.
  • Madison Street Methodist Church

    319 Madison Street Clarksville, TN 37115 United States - Phone: +1 931 647 0221
    A National Register listed house of worship, the Madison Street Methodist Church was constructed in 1882. The church building is designed in the Gothic style. This historical church continues its endeavors to spread the message of the Lord and strive for the betterment of its community. It also involves students, youth, senior citizens and has special programs for them. For more details, simply check its website.
  • St. Paul's Episcopal Church

    510 West Main Street Franklin, TN 37064 United States - Phone: +1 615 790 0527

    The St. Paul's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Franklin, Tennessee. Built in 1831, this church is a fine example of Gothic Revival style architecture and features red brick exteriors and gable roofs with elegantly designed stained glass windows. The property was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.

  • St. Peter's Episcopal Church

    311 West 7th Street Columbia, TN 38401 United States - Phone: +1 931 388 3331
    St. Peter's Episcopal Church is located at Columbia, Tennessee. This historic church dates back to the 1860s era and comes under the Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee. It was placed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
  • Trinity Church and Rectory (Clarksville, Tennessee)

    317 Franklin Street Clarksville, TN 37040 United States - Phone: +1 931 645 2458
    Touted to be one of the oldest Episcopal churches across the entire state of Tennessee, the Trinity Episcopal Church is an important landmark. Built in 1838, the church has gone through several repairs over the period; owing to the destructive tornado in 1999, it suffered heavy damages and eventually had to be reconstructed. Though, deep-rooted in history, the church believes in adapting itself to the modern ways of life and has special programs that cater to today's youths. Apart from that, it also hosts community events and other functions on a regular basis.
  • Highland Chapel Union Church

    1122 Highland Avenue Ridgetop, TN 37072 United States - Phone: +1 615 859 0546
    The Highland Chapel Union Church welcomes everyone sans any discrimination. This church was established in 1906, and since then has been serving the Ridgetop region and its community. It was also added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1991.
  • Grace Episcopal Church

    5291 Main Street Spring Hill, TN 37174 United States - Phone: +1 931 486 3223
    Established in 1877, the Grace Episcopal Church is one of the oldest churches in the city. The majestic church building was designed by noted architect P.J.Williamson, and constructed in the Carpenter Gothic Style. The well-maintained edifice has numerous striking features including the stained glass windows and original woodwork. There have been numerous additions to the original structure over the years to enhance its beauty.