Nashviiiille ugh! Between the music, the bars, the food, the coffee shops… I really have no idea where to start. We split up our four days between Downtown and East Nashville, two very different experiences but equally memorable.

I shutter to say this because I never took myself for a country music fan, but the best band that we saw was at Tootsie’s, and it was legit country with a really amazing singer who looked like he was straight out of a Clint Eastwood movie. I use that reference because my dad made me watch so many of those and that’s all I have to describe old westerns, hah!

So that was downtown, but now let’s talk about East Nashville. This area really reminds me of Brooklyn. So darn cute, with sporadically placed coffee shops, chill dive bars and amaaaazing food.

We got drunk off margs at Rosepepper Cantina.

Spent way too much money on yogurt at Lemon Laine (delisssshhh)

Had to-die-for biscuits at Butcher & Bee.

Got caffeinated at Barista Parlor.

Munched on burgers at Pharmacy.

Drank cheap beers at Crying Wolf.

AND saving the best for last…

Spent a morning at Urban Cowboy Bed & Breakfast, the most magical place on earth.

Let’s start the visual tour there….

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NEXT STOP AMELIA’S FLOWER TRUCK

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NEXT STOP PINEWOOD SOCIAL CLUB

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LAST STOP FLWR SHOP

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All Photography by Katherine Joy