Nashville Tour: Germantown
My hubs and I LOVE Germantown. They easily have the best grouping of restaurants in the city. I can honestly say, every restaurant we have visited in Germantown is delicious. You can’t go wrong but here are a few of our favorites. Big Bonus Points for Germantown: it’s easy to get around and find parking, which sounds silly to say but in Nashville that is a VALUABLE thing when visiting locales.
Breakfast: Big Al’s Deli … you’ve seen me post about this magical place a few times. It is technically a little bit outside of Germantown but it is close; so I am including it. Their food is SO good. Soulful southern cooking served by the nicest people. Be prepared for no A/C, if it’s a hot day. The food is worth it. Highly recommend trying their biscuit for breakfast, it’s my favorite in our whole city.
Great atmosphere & every single menu item is fantastic at Butchertown Hall. From their website “[Butchertown Hall is] A DINING HALL INSPIRED BY PITMASTERS EVERYWHERE”
Fresh, Light Lunch with Flavor: Vui’s Kitchen. Fresh Vietnamese cuisine; fantastic pho. Free parking.
Fresh cookies: Christie Cookie Co headquarters are in Nashville. If you stop by their headquarters, they have a cute little cookie shop in the front. You can buy any of their flavors of cookies, freshly baked. They also have milk and ice cream cookie sandwiches! Germantown location: 1205 3rd Ave N.
Nashville, TN 37208
Apps & Cocktails: Henrietta Red. We weren’t huge fans of HR the first time we went; we wanted to like it but the vibe seemed a little high maintenance for us. We decided to give it a second chance and had a way better experience. Highly recommend! This is also the place to go, if you like oysters!
Dinner: 5th & Taylor. Always fantastic food; my favorite is their beer can chicken with beer sauce that you pour out of a PBR can.
Champagne Garden: Geist. Champagne garden. historic building. What more do you want for an outing?
Nashville local experience: the Nashville Farmers Market. You can shop through the market wares and also, visit the cutest local gift shop (Batch), eat, stroll through the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park and visit the new TN State Museum. It is gorgeous and has free parking.
Murals! There are many murals in Germantown…here’s a link to show the addresses of them.