If the capital of Tennessee needed a tagline, the above could make the cut. Nashville, often referred to as Music City, offers so much more than the legendary tunes of Johnny Cash, Hank Williams and Loretta Lynn. The Nashville natives are warm and welcoming and with a single 'howdy' you're in for a treat - whether you're looking to shop, stroll or sip.
Scroll to discover a few of Nashville's finest gems.
But first, coffee
In Nashville, one does not simply order a coffee. Local roasters and brewers have turned a cup of Joe into a discipline of its own. Get your morning kick or afternoon fuel at the Barista Parlor in the Gulch and stroll the neighborhood for phenomenal murals.
Buns 'n’ bowl
Burgers are never not a good idea. Neither are thin, crispy fries and spectacular IPA's. From the outside Pinewood Social resembles your regular warehouse; enter and you'll be met by a brilliant mix of lounge, café, restaurant and - yes, a bowling alley.
Destiny's Child ain't got much on this boot barn. Aisle after aisle of boots welcome you and as you loose yourself in a maze of leather and rhinestones you loose track of time. The Boot Country always offers buy-one-get-three deals so grab your friends and put on a pair.
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