Comfort Inn & Suites Nashville

2615 Elm Hill Pk., Nashville, Tennessee, 37214, United States
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Excellent
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Poor
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11
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  • Couples56
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Outside the OpryOutside the Opry

Forum Posts

Fountain Square

by Little_Lou_Lou

In looking at the Nashville tips, I have noticed that I didn't see any for Fountain Square. Can anyone tell me if it is still there?

RE: Fountain Square

by riverrh

Fountain Square has turned the movie theater into Watkins art college, there are still a few restaurants there, but nothing worth specifically driving over there for. I live in Nashville and just drive by it. Go to the Farmer's Market, down the road, and eat there instead.

RE: RE: Fountain Square

by Little_Lou_Lou

Well that is just sad. I spent many a weekend there as a teenager. My friend's father owned the little grocery in the building across the road.

Travel Tips for Nashville

Nashville dudes on bikes with video cams

by cberry

Just got back from Nashville and had a great time -- Blue Bird Cafe is about as intimate a music venue gets. Also, try "the Five Spot" for proven singer/songwriters as well as great local talent.

This is a bit bizarre but was very useful to us:

Check out www.andysvideoride.com for an entertaining way to see just about anything in Nashville before you go there. These guys ride their bikes with high def video cameras and will film anything you want. Kind of useful if you are not sure about a hotel or area, or I guess if you just can't wait to see something.

Hope that helps -- cberry

Live Music A-Plenty!

by DrewV

The number one thing to remember about Nashville is that EVERYONE in town plays music. And I really do mean EVERYONE. So don't worry about a particular club -- Just go. Every kind of music is represented on every night of the week: jazz, blue, rock, metal, gospel, alternative, and er... country. The Bluebird is the best venue for catching upcoming singer/songwriters. Try the Exit/In for good local rock acts.
MUSIC, MUSIC, MUSIC. Don't go to Nashville looking for canned dance music. Here, nearly everything is LIVE. You will pay a little extra in cover charges as a result, but it's always good. casual. Nashville is a very jeans/khaki-oriented city. Try to look good, though. You never know who you'll see over there.

Dinner in the Jungle

by RonaaRoo about Rainforest Cafe

Eating at Rainforest Cafe is always a good time. The decor of the resturant is amazing, with many Rainforest animals around. Every 15 minutes or so, some of the animals move and make noise, and every 30 minutes or so, there is a Thunderstorm. (Don't worry, no water involved) This is a very nice eating environment, and is one of the most entertaining places I've ever eaten. Blue Mountain Chicken Sandwich. Wow. I can honestly say that this was one of the best meals I have ever had. The sandwich was absolutely amazing! You must try it!

Irish Pub in Donelson

by TravellerMel about McNamara's Irish Pub & Restaurant

Loved it here - dark woods, very clean. Service was very friendly and quick. Nice bar area to wait for your table or for other members of your party to arrive. They have Guinness on tap, as well as Bass, Harps, Smithwick's and Hard Cider.

Live traditional Irish music Thurs - Sun I had the fish and chips, which were three balls of fried cod with french fries. Very tasty and just enough. My companion had the salmon patties and she loved them.

4/2/10 - came back for lunch and had the shepherd's pie - it was wonderful! Perfect portion left me full, but not stuffed. My companion had the pear & blue cheese salad with raspberry vinaigrette, and she said it was wonderful. We are really liking this place and will be returning soon! Will get some pics of the inside then.

It's a toe tappin' good time :-)

by horsinround2

The Grand Ole' Opry. A show country music fans dream of seeing in person. Watching it on television didn't come close to preparing me for sitting in church pews (wonder which famous butts sat in my seat during award shows?), smelling the popcorn, and listening to the announcer read the commercials as they prepared the stage for the next act. You never know who'll be on stage - they don't always follow the program. Inevitably there are some cancellations and replacements. But the real surprises come when artists just drop by 'cause they feel like it and join the show. The Opry is kind of casual like that. It was nothing like what I expected, it was better.
Dress is casual - a surprise. I was overdressed. Souveniers can be found on your way out the door. Tickets can be bought online and are best bought ahead of time. They don't announce the entire weekend show lineup until Tuesday, so you really don't know who all you'll see when you buy the tickets. And most important, there are plenty of restrooms that are kept clean.

**Note: During the months of Nov., Dec., Jan., and Feb. the Opry returns downtown to the Ryman Auditorium. If you have tickets during these months, make sure you know WHERE the show will be held.

May 2010: The Grand Ole' Opry is not a place. It is a show. So, despite the Grand Ole' Opry House being flooded with over six feet of water & severely damaged on May 1st & 2nd, THE SHOW GOES ON. If you have tickets, the venue has changed & you need to make sure you're headed to the right place. But, don't worry about whether or not your tickets are good for the show... they are... and the show will be as wonderful as ever - no matter where it is held. Most of the show dates have been moved to either the Ryman Auditorium -or- the War Memorial Auditorium. Again, double check on where your show is going to be.

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Address: 2615 Elm Hill Pk., Nashville, Tennessee, 37214, United States