Nashville September 15, 2016
9 Retro Places In Nashville That Will Take You Back In Time
These are some of the neatest places in Nashville, and we think that you’re going to fall in love with some of these fantastic date night spots. Whether you’re looking to enjoy a bit of exercising on a Friday night or a sweet bit of ice cream downtown, we’ve got just the spots for you!
1. Brentwood Skate Center
Located about fifteen minutes outside of the Nashville city center, Brentwood Skate Center is perfect if you're looking to enjoy a blast from your elementary school past. Plus, it's a solid spot for birthday parties.
2. Mike's Ice Cream
This sweet ice cream shop is located on Broadway downtown and is the perfect place to grab a cone, then walk the pedestrian bridge.
3. Centennial Sportsplex
Ice skating, anyone? The Centennial Sportsplex is located right next to Centennial Park, and its a great date spot - albeit a bit crowded. Plan ahead!
4. Donelson Bowling Center
It may look a bit crazy during the day, but The Donelson Bowling Center is the perfect vintage throwback to your favorite mid-century sitcom.
5. Elliston Soda Shop
Check out this sweet little spot a stones throw from Vanderbilt University and Centennial Park if you're looking to sip a malt at the diner counter.
6. Brown's Diner
Hey there, 1957! The food is killer and the vibe is even better, so be prepared for an epic experience at Brown's.
7. The Franklin Theatre
Originally opened in 1937, the Franklin Theatre has undergone an entire transformation and proffers a great spot for date night.
8. The Hip Zipper Vintage Clothing
Looking to dress from your favorite time period? The Hip Zipper is located in East Nashville and is a solid spot to find any neat vintage duds.
9. Rotier's Restaurant
Rotier's is a Nashville classic, known for their low-key atmosphere and hamburgers on french bread. We'll never fight with a decision like that, guys - never.
These are the coolest retro places in Nashville and we’re completely in love. Date night, anyone?