Nashville November 21, 2017
10 Ways Nashville Leaves A Footprint On Your Heart No Matter How Far You Travel
Nashville is known as “Music City” to some, and “home” to others. Whether you’re a tourist or a local, this beautiful city is bound to leave a mark on your heart. It’s where you come to hear great music and big names and finally enjoy REAL hot chicken. It’s where you watch the Preds play and don orange on college football days. It’s a great place, a good place, the kind of place that gives you a reason to come back time and time again.
10. If you don't leave a Preds fan, you didn't visit Nashville.
Do we need to elaborate on this...? We sleep, eat and breathe the Preds during hockey season, and it's hard not to fall in line with our exuberant fans.
9. You may just want to snag a couple bags of coffee to go.
Nashville is consistently listed as one of the best cities for coffee in the nation. Although you may feel like this is a "millennial" thing, there's nothing wrong with a solid cup of joe.
8. Planning a bachelorette party?
You'll never forget an experience in Nashville - they don't call us NashVegas for nothin'!
7. We have some of the most stunning restaurants in the state.
If you're looking for an upscale birthday party or space to truly experience an elevated meal, then you'll want to visit spots like Henrietta Red or Pinewood Social. Gorgeous, fun and down-to-earth with free parking.
6. A Titans game is wildly memorable.
Cheer alongside Tennessee folks in their capital city - there's really no way to experience our sport-centric culture any better.
5. D'you like combination candy bars…?
Nashville has effected you in more ways that one, without you even knowing it. The first combination candy bar just so happens to be the Tennessee GooGoo Cluster, invented right here in the heart of our great state. You can thank us every time you eat a Snickers, folks.
4. Visit one of our meat-and-three food counters throughout the city.
Fried chicken should be made with love, and spots like Arnold's and Dandgure's are perfect for southern feasts.
3. If you visit the Ryman, you'll never for get it.
The Mother Church of country music has hosted musical greats like Patsy Cline and Johnny Cash, all the way up to Mutemath and Ingrid Michaelson in the last year. It's one of the best music venues in the country, lauded by musicians of all genres.
2. Have you been everywhere in the city…?
Our neighborhoods are distinct and wildly personable. Drive through Belle Meade, walk around Five Points in East Nashville or visit the new crop of local shops that are popping up in the Nations neighborhood.
1. You'll forever love the heart of country music.
We're not called Music City for nothing, and we're sure that ever time you hear that twang on the radio you'll remember our sweet town.
Psst…did you know that one of the nicest places to live in the United States is
right outside of Nashville…?