Nashville Necessities: Must Visits In Nashville, TN
Definitely make a reservation for Liberty Common, especially for brunch. You’ll want to arrive and get started with their brunch cocktails!
I ordered a cinnamon bun for the table and then the avocado toast with eggs on top. The honey drizzle put it over the top, LOVE!
Sambuca Restaurant
This restaurant in the Gulch was a quiet and intimate setting with the jazz duo, a Tale of Two performing. The seafood pasta was incredible!
Jason Aldean’s Bar
There will be a wait to get in here, but it’s worth it! It is a three floor bar with live music, cocktails and a huge rooftop deck.
Biscuit Love Brunch
Biscuit Love is home to Nashville’s “best biscuit.” You can expect at least a 30 min wait for this popular spot.
I ordered the SEC (sausage, egg & cheese) biscuit with sausage gravy and then split an order of bonuts topped with berry compote. Savory & sweet!
Amelia’s Flower Truck
This truck travels throughout Nashville and sells fresh flowers and bouquets. I was flying home so opted to get some herb seeds instead.
WhatLiftsYou Wings
Probably the most well known Nashville attraction, so you’ll likely have a short wait to snap a pic at this mural in the Gulch.
Other spots to hit Downtown
Dierks Bentley’s Bar had the chicken and waffle slider of your dreams! A cheddar waffle and hot fried chicken made for the perfect brunch treat.
The Downtown Sporting Club had a bomb rooftop, alcoholic creamsicle slushies, cheesy tots and a live duo remixing pop songs.
Savannah’s Candy Kitchen on Broadway was a sweet stop to get some chocolates and ice cream. I had the pumpkin!
Historic Printers Alley was a short scooter ride up the street from Broadway and had some cool bars off the beaten path!
Hope you enjoy these tips on the best places to hit! Follow me on insta for more tips @the412franimal
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