Highway 100 is Loveless Café's famous Southern home. Typical fare includes country ham, biscuits, hash brown casserole and stone-ground grits -- all topped with gravy. And if that's not enough food, make sure to order the biscuits -- made with love by Carol Fay, The Biscuit Lady, who's been serving biscuits hot off the griddle for over 28 years.
Kick back and enjoy some local wine from Arrington Vineyards, which is owned by country-music star Kix Brooks and lies 30 miles from Nashville.
Olive & Sinclair Chocolate Co.
Olive & Sinclair Chocolate Co. has been making delicious chocolates since 2009 and has quickly become a Nashville institution. At Olive & Sinclair, boxes upon boxes of Southern treats stand ready for consumption.
Robert's Western World
Nashville’s honky tonks are a thing of legends, and to understand Nashville you really must visit them on Broadway Ave. There’ll be music, maybe some dancing, and maybe the next big star gracing the stage ... or a certifiable star next to you singing along.
Hatch Show Print
The Hatch Show Print shop has been turning out colorful and informative show posters since the late 19th century and is a landmark of Nashville.
The Barista Parlor
The Barista Parlor makes up for its stripped-down décor with its top-shelf coffee and teas.
Nashville’s City House restaurant puts a Southern spin on traditional Italian cuisine.
Cumberland Park provides a great venue for both tourists and locals to get out and enjoy the outdoors, as well as amazing views of downtown Nashville.
Pinewood Social is one of the more unusual spots in Nashville. Billed as “a place to meet,” the venue has a bistro, a dining room, a full bar and, of course, a bowling alley.
After you are done exploring Nashville for the day, enjoy a good night’s sleep at the 404 Hotel.