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10. Ain’t No Party
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This past weekend I was in Nashville, Tennessee! I had an absolute blast on the trip. Nashville has become the #1 most popular destination for bachelor/bachelorette parties so I would definitely recommend it if you wanted to go on a fun trip with your friends that like to go out and party. The bars were great, the people were great, the music was great, and the food was great!
Places we ate:
- The Farm House
- City Fire
- Another Broken Egg
- Café Coco
- Dose Café
I would recommend all of the places above – the food was amazing!! City Fire had $14 endless mimosas for brunch, Puckett’s had AMAZING dinner food, Bakersfield had awesome tacos, and Another Broken Egg had great brunch and mimosa pitchers! Those were definitely my favorite 🙂
Places we visited:
- Belle Meade Plantation
- Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
- Hatch Print Show
- Shoppes on Fatherland
The Pantheon was cool to see as well as the Country Music Museum. I loved the prints at Hatch Print show! Belle Meade Plantation was cool and had a free wine tasting. The Shoppes on Fatherland also had great shops, I loved Rusty Rats Antiques!! We purchased a $75 Music City Total Access Pass that was very helpful.
Places we drank:
- Tequila Cowboy
- Honky Tonk
- Hick Chick Pub Crawl
I don’t really know all the places we drank, but anywhere on Broadway has good music and is a good time. I would 10/10 recommend the Hick Chick Pub Crawl – it was soooo fun! I had great moonshine at one of the bars on this tour.
Once again, I used AirBnB for my weekend trip. We stayed three nights, four days and it was around $400 – split 4 ways, it was very cheap. I do recommend using AirBnB, I’ve had nothing but good experiences. The apartment was beautiful and a close uber ride, the host was extremely helpful, and I think it makes for an overall better vacation experience.
I loved Nashville! It’ll probably be a one time trip for me, but the experience was great 🙂
This weekend I’ll be heading out to Nashville with a couple of my friends for the long weekend 🙂 We are getting into the nitty and gritty and my not so favorite part of vacation – the planning. So I thought I’d reach out for advice from anyone who has been to Nashville or even lives in the area!
My friends and I are mostly looking to eat a lot of good food (I’m a vegetarian but not all places need to be strictly vegetarian) and go to fun bars! We’ll also probably do some touristy stuff. If you have any suggestions, please leave a comment.
If you have any tips and tricks of what to avoid, best ways to get around, and what I should expect – please leave a comment on that too. Feel free to even drop a link if you’ve written a post on Nashville before!
Thanks to everyone who has commented and thanks in advance for any more advice!