Hilton Garden Inn Nashville/Vanderbilt

1715 Broadway Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee, 37203, United States
Hilton Garden Inn Nashville/Vanderbilt
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WHAT TO DO AND WHERE TO EAT IN NASHVILLE? TOP 10

by malpert

hi we ae coming to Nashville in Sept. Can you recommend the top 10 things to see and do... top 5 restaraurants? barbque and Italian.. marv alpert@mail.com www.creativeartphotos.com
thanks!

RE: WHAT TO DO AND WHERE TO EAT IN NASHVILLE? TOP 10

by gkitzmil

If you want BBQ go to Bar-B-Cuties. BBQ always depends on what type you like, but if for good, wood smoked meat with a tangy sauce this is my favorite.

For more upscale try the Boundry.
(all are on my pages)

Actually I'll be there again next week.

RE: WHAT TO DO AND WHERE TO EAT IN NASHVILLE? TOP 10

by fizzytom

Do go to Joe's Crab Shack = sounds naff but does great sea food - I cannot recommend the cocnut shrimps highly enough! My boyfriend sitting here with me says i must recommend the ghost crabs! It's situated just off the main drag downtown, opposite the Rock Cafe, near the bridge and the Hilton Downtown Suites

RE: WHAT TO DO AND WHERE TO EAT IN NASHVILLE? TOP 10

by fizzytom

Oh, things to do...rather depends on your interests = if you like country music you'll love Nashville and there is the main attraction od the Country Music Hall of Fame. The trolley bus tour is good and helps you get a feel for the city. I recommend a trip out to the Jack Daniels distillery in Lynchburg - a pretty little town and the distillery tour is fascinating.

RE: WHAT TO DO AND WHERE TO EAT IN NASHVILLE? TOP 10

by Little_Lou_Lou

What to do...

Riverfront Park: With its ice rink, Parthenon and train rides, it is a definate must do!

Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art: A frequent fieldtrip destination, the botanical gardens are a lovely change from the ordinary.

JuRo Stables: This was the first place I ever rode a horse. The trails are beautiful and the horses calm.

The American Artisan, Inc: A wide variety of handmade crafts and folk art are much better than the mall scene.

Pie Wagon: A great place for southern fare and of course, PIE!

Found out the other day that Cock of the Walk on Music Valley Dr. is still open!! A definate must!


What not to do:

Opry Mills: Can we say tourist trap?

Grand Old Golf & Go Karts: A fun spot of my youth, but let me be the first to warn you of the dangers of the waterfall!

Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame Museum: Um...no.

Gibson Bluegrass Showcase: Might be interesting to some, but certainly not the "Red Barn" of yester year.

The Melting Pot: Not a place that is frequented by the locals. It is WAY too expensive and the sharing of the fundue toatlly grosses me out...Is this sanitary?

(Copied and pasted from my Nashville page, but that pretty much sums it up IMHO)

RE: WHAT TO DO AND WHERE TO EAT IN NASHVILLE? TOP 10

by malpert

Thanks to all the people who answered! what is your vote for best barbque restaurant?
marv
alpert@mail.com

Travel Tips for Nashville

Rural Tennessee

by Ewingjr98

In my travels in Tennessee I spent a good deal of time in the rural parts of the state. I have driven the Tennessee portion of the Natchez Trace Parkway twice, spending the night along the route once, I passed through northeastern Tennessee once, and on another occasion I spent three days in the small town of Savannah.

East Tennessee is dominated by the Blue Ridge Mountains. Middle Tennessee is marked by the Cumberland Plateau, with its high flat areas bisected by steep valleys. The western third of the state is marked by the Gulf Coastal Plain which borders the Mississippi River.

Tennessee is a relatively poor and very agrarian state with it main exports being textiles, cotton, cattle, and electrical power; cotton and soybeans are also in abundance in the west. Tennessee has over 82,000 farms, and beef cattle are found in roughly 59 percent of the farms in the state.

Mulligan's Irish Pub &...

by westfall

Mulligan's Irish Pub & Restaurant
Nashville's original (and most authentic) Irish pub. A definite must if you're looking for something downtown, but not touristy. Live Irish music every weekend by Sportin Paddy draws a regular clientele. Singing along is permitted, requests are permitted, drinking is encouraged. Grab a Guinness, get a seat up close and join in! (Be sure to ask about buying their CD as a souvenir, it's well worth it.) Dress code is casual.

New Restaurant in Nashville

by butterflykizzez04 about Margaritaville

they just recently opened a Jimmy Buffet Margaritaville in Nashville on broadway street. I have eaten there only once and don't have a true favorite yet. I got the French Onion burger and fries and Josh got the Barbecue Bacon Cheeseburger with fries. With his soda and my tea, the bill was $27 after taxes.

We enjoyed a meal at the...

by Nomad_2001

We enjoyed a meal at the Rainforest Cafe at the Opry Mills (a shopping mall near the Opryland hotel). The food was really pretty good, although this restaurant seems to be sprouting up in more and more cities in the U.S. in the tradition of the Hard Rock Cafe.

Ghost Ballet: East Bank Machineworks

by atufft

On the east bank is a substantial work of kinetic sculpture by Alice Aycock that easily survived the flood. This $250,000 public project of aluminum and neon was funded through Nashville’s “percent-for-art” ordinance, which sets aside for public art 1% of the net proceeds of bonds issued to pay for city construction projects.

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Address: 1715 Broadway Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee, 37203, United States