Who else thinks winter can be done now?! I had had a quick trip planned to Nashville this weekend and it turned out to be even quicker due to the snow storm in the northeast.
This week I am going to add the few places I was able to visit to my Ultimate Guide to a Weekend in Nashville post. They were so much fun!
Tavern || Midtown
Who doesn’t love a yummy brunch?! This gastropub is a hot spot on Saturday and Sunday mornings. They serve two for 1 libations during brunch and I am happy to report that the sangria and peach bellini are great choices.
I went with a healthier option for my meal like the egg white scramble with mozzarella and tomatoes. The Nooner is big favorite with fried oysters mixed in the bacon scramble.
If you are into sporting events while traveling, I highly suggest catching a Nashville Predators hockey game. The Brigdestone Arena is right on Broadway in Downtown, Nashville so it makes it easy to enjoy some live music before or after the game. They have a huge fan base with lots of energy during the game, great for kids to attend. They also have a live band perform between periods. It was fun to see all the pred’s jerseys out and about in the bars all day.
I basically spent the first period looking for Carrie Underwood in the boxes until I remembered it was Grammy weekend and she would be in LA 🙁
Two Boots || Midtown
If you are looking for a quick pizza stop in Nashville and you are near Midtown then Two Boots is your place! I forgot to take a picture of the pizzas because I was so hungry I devoured mine the second I got it. #hungrygirlproblems
Trust me though it was very good thin sliced pizza!
I’m so happy to know that the original locations are in NYC and sad to know there are ones in Los Angeles I didn’t come across earlier.
Kung Fu Saloon || Midtown
Kung Fu Saloon is a barcade that also has locations in Austin, Houston and Dallas. I have to say I really enjoyed having all different games to play while in a bar setting. I know there are Dave & Buster’s out there, but this felt more accessible because you didn’t have to put money in to play all the different games. They had ski ball (my childhood favorite), arcade games, shuffleboard, foosball, corn hole and life size Jenga games on the tables outside. It was like having game night with friends out at the bar! Has anyone been to one of these before? or have something similar in their town?
Always fun to make a stop in Nashville!
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