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- Archer Street
- Acme Feed & Seed
- Honky Tonk Central
- The Stage on Broadway
I spent a weekend in Nashville, Tennessee for a friend’s bachelorette party. Nashville has basically become a main stop for bachelor and bachelorette parties because it’s easy to navigate and has a ton to do!
We stayed in an AirBnB on Archer Street. Our condo was surrounded by other condos of bachelor/bachelorette parties. If you’re going for a relaxing weekend I wouldn’t recommend it, but for a girls/guys weekend it’s a perfect spot. You also have a full view of downtown from the rooftops of the condos!
We had dinner at Sambuca which was overpriced for the quality. There are better places to go.
After dinner we went to Broadway (via Uber) and started at Acme. Again, there are better places to go on Broadway than Acme. To get a better Nashville experience I always go to Honky Tonk Central because it has a ton of live music and you get to look out over Broadway. Another favorite is The Stage but it gets very crowded and cramped!
- 12 South
- Sprocket Rocket Party Bike
- Tootsies Orchid Lounge
We started the day at Sinema- which is an old movie theater turned restaurant. At $35 for all you can eat/drink it’s a great deal. The food was good and the mimosas were awesome!
From Sinema we walked to the 12 South area (about a mile away). This is the spot to do some boutique shopping while in Nashville. Lucky for us there was also a street fair going on! We stopped in Draper James along with a ton of other boutiques. Frothy Monkey is on this route which is a popular coffee stop!
Afterwards we went back to the condo to freshen up and head to Sprocket Rocket! This was actually my suggestion because I had done it on a previous bachelorette party. It is super fun to do with a group- you basically get your own DJ and bartender while you coast along Broadway belting out your favorite songs. It dropped us off at the Omni downtown (which is beautiful) and it was quick walk from here to Tootsies! Tootsies is another favorite because again, live music and an awesome rooftop view!
Although some people we were with had cars, we took Ubers and Lyfts to every destination. Everything is fairly close in Nashville so it’s not too expensive.
We flew in and out of the Nashville airport.
Traveled in May 2019
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