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Your Guide to Nashville

Here is a list of open local attractions you must visit!

We are thrilled to welcome you back to travel! As you prepare to hit the road for your next adventure, you will find the world a little different from what you remember, but don’t worry we’ve put together a list of our favorite local spots to help ease all of your planning woes. Here is our guide to the Nashville community for your upcoming visit.

To start your day head just a few blocks over to Frothy Monkey. Or try local favorite Barista Parlor with locations in The Gulch, East Nashville, and Germantown. In the mood to Brunch? Try Cafe Roze in East Nashville or Puckett’s Downtown.



Ready to start exploring Nashville? Don’t forget a mask as Nashville has issued a mask mandate. The Frist Art Museum is open to visitors but reserve a ticket time online before your visit! Looking for an outdoor adventure? If you head just a couple of miles outside of downtown, you will find Percy Warner Park or Radnor Lake– two great places for an easy and beautiful hike! Wanting to enjoy a more leisurely walk with some indoor breaks? Try Cheekwood Estate & Gardens, this 55-acre estate has museums, 12 distinct gardens, and an array of horticultural sculptures.

Have you worked up an appetite? Executive Chef Matt Bell and his team are so excited to welcome everyone once again for dinner service at Gray & Dudley.  Treat yourself to drinks from Minerva Avenue before heading to 5th & Taylor, or go more casual with a few beers at Bearded Iris followed by a slice (or two) of pizza from Slim & Husky’s. Don’t worry we didn’t forget about your sweet tooth- try Bobbie’s Dairy Dip, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream, or Baked on 8th.

Many of our local Nashville restaurants are in the early stages of reopening, but you can still support the local food scene by ordering carryout or curbside. Here are a few of our favorite restaurants offering take out Folk, Rolf and Daughters, and O-Ku. Many restaurants, including Gray & Dudley, are also able to offer to-go Wine, Beer, and Liquor. Make one night a picnic dinner with carryout food and drinks. Located all within walking distance of the hotel is Cumberland Park, Riverfront Park, and the Public Square/ Observation Deck – all would make a great place for an urban picnic.

Ready for a drink? Head to check out the world-famous Honky Tonk Highway, drinks are being poured and live music is a given. If you aren’t quite ready for the Honky Tonk’s, may we suggest: Von Elrod’s, Tennessee Brew Works, or Tailgate Brewery.  Nashville also has a great cocktail scene. Try Old Glory, Mother’s Ruin, or The Fox Bar & Cocktail Club

We are so excited to have you in Nashville. Have any other questions? Our teammates are experts on our community so give us a call at 615.610.6400 if you have any questions when planning your stay!

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