After flying in Friday evening, we kicked off the weekend with dinner at The Southern. While the service was just “ok,” the food was amazing! We had great drinks, oysters, gumbo and lots of delicious Southern food. Afterwards we headed back to our hotel, The Union Station Hotel, to grab a drink in the hotel lobby.
The next day, Saturday, we had reserved for spending all day on Lower Broadway (where all the bars and honky tonks are.) We started at a place called Honky Tonk Central. It was the perfect place to start the day! Honky Tonk Central is three levels and they’re all open air. We sat on the second level, where we had an amazing view of Nashville. Each level also has their own live music. Not a bad place to spend Saturday morning!
From there, we checked out ACME Feed & Seed for lunch. It was another great spot!!! The first level is a restaurant, the second is more of a bar/lounge and the third is a rooftop bar. We started with lunch then headed up to the rooftop! Here are a few pictures of our view…
Next, we went to the George Jones Museum and Rooftop Bar! Their rooftop was amazing too, and they had a great band, so we spent most of the rest of the night there.
On our way out, we were able to catch the end of an incredible cover of Little Big Town’s “Girl Crush.” I’m so bummed because I haven’t been able to find this performer online anywhere, but I hope I hear her on the radio someday!
Our last stop was The Stage, which is always fun but so crowded, so after a few songs we called it a night and headed to our hotel. Sadly, the next day was “leaving day,” but I’m already excited to go back sometime!
(In the meantime, here are some of my other posts on Nashville!)