Looking for a place to call home? Nashville is a gem of an area to live or visit. There’s always something to do, something to see, and the fun never ends. Even with all the popularity, Nashville has a few hidden spots that help make it even more attractive. Take some time to explore, but don’t forget to peek in and visit these well-kept jewels.
If you’re in the mood for a good cup of coffee and are visiting or attending Vanderbilt University, you can’t beat the vibe of this shop. Laid back and relaxing, you can enjoy their very own house special brew and study or hang out with friends.
There’s something about a good book that can’t be replaced. When you’re in the mood to cozy on up to an inviting atmosphere, spend the morning browsing different titles and genres that can take you to another place. They say bookstores have gone astray, but you won’t find that at Her Bookshop. It’s local; it feels like home.
You can’t be in Nashville without having something good to eat. Stop in at The Nashville Biscuit House before 2:00 p.m. and catch lunch or their delicious brunch with all the fixings. Known for their real Nashville country cooking, this family owned and operated restaurant is a staple that helps Nashville locals call it home. According to one of the patrons, it’s the “best hangover helper in the hood.”
Everyone needs a little love. Nashville’s love covers the entire city from the top of a big hill. Take in a view of the city, walk off your lunch and visit Vanderbilt University if you have time. Love Circle is a big hit with both locals and visitors as one of the best places to view the entire skyline. Grab a blanket, some friends (or maybe just one) and make it a picnic. Viewing the sunset from this vantage point is one of the best ways to end the day.
Enjoy a taste of Nashville at our very own distillery. This award-winning “brewstillery” provides a variety of selections for any taste. Explore the brews, whiskeys and beer cocktails, and don’t forget to take the Brewhouse tour at the original location on Clinton Street. Your taste buds will thank you later.
A tiny spot full of fun, you can't live or feel like a local if you’ve never been to Dino's. As Nashville’s oldest dive bar, you can be sure to catch some action. Specializing in late night food, there’s always a crowd waiting for the cheeseburgers. Feeling family friendly? Catch the brunch on the weekends and relax.
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