While Nashville may be most famous for it’s country music, it also offers up a huge variety of tasty cuisine that can’t be overlooked. These are some of our favourites from our stay.
Multiple locations – we visited 316 11th Ave S, Nashville
It’s hard to pass up any place that offers donuts (or ‘bonuts’) for breakfast. If you stop by the Gulch location, you can take your Instagram pics at the WhatLiftsYou wings mural around the corner.
Hops + Crafts
319 12th Ave S, Nashville
With 36 taps that rotate different American beers, there is bound to be a drop you enjoy.
Hatti B’s Hot Chicken
Multiple Locations – we visited 112 19th Ave S, Nashville
One of the most notable places to get your hot chicken, we actually waited in line for longer that I’d like to admit to be able to eat here. Hattie’s lives up to it’s reputation, and I would especially recommend the mac and cheese.
Peg Leg Porker BBQ
903 Gleaves St, Nashville
If it’s barbecue you’re after instead of hot chicken then Peg Leg’s is where you want to be. Another highly rated restaurant in Nashville the place was packed when we were there so we had to eat outside, which didn’t bother us when the food was so delish!
400 11th Ave S, Nashville
I always find themed restaurants to be a little silly and over the top, but The Pub declares that it has the best fish and chips in the US so we had to try it.
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams
Multiple Locations, we visited 900 Rosa L Parks Blvd, Nashville
Visiting Nashville in August is definitely best accompanied by ice cream, and being lactose intolerant I was so excited to find dairy free flavours available at Jeni’s.
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