Planning a girl’s trip to Nashville at the end of April and am looking for some advice on some loose ends.
We’re staying at the Homewood Suites downtown and will not have a car, so mostly looking for things to do within walking distance. (Looks like it’s a good location so this shouldn’t be a problem??) Or we can take a taxi as well.
While we’d like to explore some of the sights, we don’t want to do a lot of touristy things – more about drinking, eating and shopping.
We’re wine and beer drinkers, so I don’t think the distillery tours will hit the spot but we’re thinking about the Nashville Pedal Tavern. Is a fun way to see the city and be outdoors, but laid back. Would you recommend?
Any advice on the shopping scene – are there any clothing or accessory boutiques within walking distance of our hotel on Church (Homewood Suites)? Not looking for mall shopping.
As far as the honky tonks, I think we’ll hit up The Stage, Layla’s Bluegrass Inn or Legend’s Corner… any other suggestions by our hotel?
Are there any small plates/tapas restaurants? We love to try new things and taste test a bunch of different menu items so this type of restaurant is perfect! Otherwise, we want to check out Jack’s BBQ (or another BBQ must??) and Puckett’s. Any thoughts on the Flying Saucer Brewery?
Thanks in advance for the help!