I’m so excited because today I’m sharing another post in my series of Nashville favorites! If you missed my post about the Best Burgers in Nashville you can read it here! Today, I’m sharing all of our favorite stops on Broadway Street in downtown Nashville. We were just there for CMA fest and had so much fun! I’m going to link up my outfits for CMA fest first and then I’ll share some great places to check out on Broadway at the bottom of this post.
Hopefully those outfits will give you some inspo if you’re planing a trip to Nashville, or have any country concerts you’re headed to this Summer!
Ok let’s get down to Broadway! To be honest, we don’t go to Broadway that often since it’s mostly tourists there. If we have friends in town though, that’s the first place we head! It’s SO. MUCH. FUN. If you’re not from Nashville, I highly recommend going if you’re in town. There’s always something entertaining going on and you can hop in and out of multiple places since they typically don’t have cover charges. The atmosphere is perfect for grabbing a drink and enjoying some live Country Music!
If you’re looking for a Classic, Country ‘Honky Tonk’, I recommend Tootsies or Honky Tonk! Honky Tonk has been on Broadway the longest I think! Both of these play lots of Older, Classic, Country hits all day.
If you want more Modern Country or a musical mix, Whiskey Row, Jason Aldean’s, and FGL (Florida Georgia Line) have something for everyone. All of those bars have three floors with a different kind of music on each one. I think they all have a Country music floor, a floor with rap/hip hop/dancing music, and rooftops that play a mix of Top 20’s and classic party music. We really like to start our nights at the rooftop of Whiskey Row if we have friends in town. The music isn’t quite as loud up there so you can actually talk/socialize if you want to, plus it’s got a great view of the city.
If you’re on Broadway during the day, Martin’s BBQ, ACME and Luke’s are all great places to grab lunch! They all have good food and a fun atmosphere. Martin’s has a big game area and ACME has great music, but it’s calm and quiet enough that you can still talk and socialize. Perfect for during the day. Also make sure to stop by Broadway Brewhouse for one of their famous frosty Bushwackers!
Make sure you end your night on Broadway with a Bull Ride at Wild Beaver, and the best food you’ll ever eat at 3am at The Dinner.
Hopefully this will be helpful for all of you planing upcoming trips to Nashville. If y’all ever catch me on Broadway please say hi so I can hug your neck!