I believe I will be booking our yearly Girls' Trip for Brown County (Nashville) this year. My husband and I visited yesterday and the shops and accommodations seem perfect.
I have two concerns that I am hoping a local or frequent traveler to the area can answer for me.
1. On Friday and Saturday night during the trip we usually all go to dinner (there are 10 of us). We don't get out of control but the ladies like to have a couple of drinks with their meals (wine, mixed, beer). Do the restaurants that are large enough to accommodate our group have full bars? The restaurants I saw that were in walking distance were Holy Cow, Nashville House, and Artist Colony. If there are others or if these fit the bill, please let me know.
2. I wouldn't mind going out of walking distance of the village but since the ladies will drink, I don't feel comfortable (especially since we are all from out of town) with any of them driving. It seems there are wineries and other places we can go but we would need transportation to and from those locations. Is there a local taxi or van service we could hire? This might also solve one or our dining issues.
Sorry about the lengthy post. Thank you! And please note, when I say "Girls" I mean women from the ages of 35 through 65. We aren't a wild bunch out to get smashed. I just want everyone to be safe. This is the one time a year they get to see each other, relax, and have fun. I try to be as accommodating as possible!
Thanks again!Edited: 11 December 2011, 14:06