Nashville February 11, 2018
7 Famous Signs That Are So Perfectly Nashville
Nashville is rife with tourists and locals alike, hobnobbing with one another as if they are old friends. Here, we’re bound together with a sense of kindness and commonality. This is where we raise our families, fall in love, get married. Nashville is pieced together by community, bound tight by our sense of place. These seven famous signs are located all around town, and each of them stirs up a feeling of low-key nostalgia. How many have you found in the city…?
7. Weiss Liquors
Weiss Liquors is home to one of the most classic vintage neon signs in the city. At over 70 years old, this is a true throwback to Nashville's vintage Americana.
6. Loveless Cafe
The Loveless Cafe has its iconic, blue neon sign out front that beckons to locals and tourists to come in for a solid bite to eat. It's southern hospitality at its best, folks.
5. Pancake Pantry
Does it get more Nashville than the Pancake Pantry...? Family-owned since the mid-twentieth century, these pancakes have been born and bred in the great state of Tennessee.
4. Live Music Venue Markers
You'll find these signs scattered around the city, Nashville's iconic guitar picks. They mark designated and qualified local music venues.
3. Paradise Park
Pariadise Park Trailer Resort is the kind of kitsch off of Broadway in downtown Nashville, and it's a great place to experience a trailer-park-themed restaurant with some solid diner eats.
2. The Nations
The Nations has recently expanded and exploded into a local hot spot, but it was once a quiet family neighborhood in west Nashville. We still hold on to those sweet times with this solid flashback.
1. The Bluebird Cafe
Known as one of the top music venues in the city, the tiny, intimate Bluebird Cafe has been known to make a star or two around here. That sign ignites a bit of hope in so many hearts.
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