12 Things Everyone In Nashville Should Avoid At All Costs
If you’ve ever lived in Nashville, then you know it’s one of the greatest cities in the south – hands down. We’re known for our fantastic music scene, our ever-growing entrepreneurial climate, and fantastic business opportunities for the young and the restless. With a city this great, we have to have a *little* something to stay away from…right? Here are 12 things to avoid when in Nashville:
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For a list of things to *not* avoid in Nashville, be sure to check out these 11 hidden attractions locals love!
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What’s living in Nashville like?
Ahh, Nashville. It’s such a wonderful place to call home! Nashville is known for its music scene, delicious barbecue, booming healthcare industry, and diverse culture. In addition to being absolutely beautiful and full of southern hospitality, Nashville is full of superlatives. It’s been voted one of the best places to live in the U.S., and one of the best places to retire by U.S. News & World Report. It’s affordable: the cost of living in Nashville is 3% lower than the national average, housing prices are 9% lower than the national average, and utility costs are 10% lower. Oh, and the weather here is pretty perfect: we have four seasons, but winters tend to be mild — and if you love fall foliage, you’ll find some of the best in the country here!
What are some must-do things for tourists in Nashville?
Nashville’s top tourist attractions can get very busy and crowded, but there are some places that are worth battling the crowds to experience. The Five Points district in East Nashville, Third Man Records, Dutchman’s Curve, The 5 Spot in East Nashville, Radnor Lake in South Nashville, and United Record Pressing are all iconic Nashville attractions that aren’t your standard “tourist trap” destinations — they’re a bit more under-the-radar, and more authentically Nashville than some of their more well-known counterparts.
What are some hidden gems that only locals in Nashville know about?
Locals in Nashville know that the best pizza comes from Slim & Husky’s Pizza Beeria; HeyRooster General Store is an under-the-radar, Insta-perfect gem; East Nashville Farmers Market is the best local farmers market (and less crowded than the Nashville Market); Love Circle is the perfect place for a scenic picnic; and Dino’s is *the* place in Nashville for burgers and fries!