Nashville, Tennessee is famous for many reasons. Whether you have Honky Tonk dreams and want to be the next big country music star, or you love the hit TV show, Nashville, there are so many reasons why Nashville is a great place to live, work and visit. Whether you’re looking to move to this great city or planning a visit, be sure to check out our quick guide to this destination. Take a look and some top things to do, see and eat when in town!

Nashville, Tennessee downtown skyline at Shelby Street Bridge.

Good Eats

Loveless Café

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Nothing says “Nashville” more than friend chicken and biscuits. If you haven’t heard on Loveless Café, allow us to tell you about it! Loveless Café is a classic Nashville restaurant, best known for its true southern food staples.


Etch is another famous Nashville staple known for its delicious menu items that offer an array of flavor and texture. Guests can enjoy a delicious meal in their dining room seats that over look the kitchen. Etch is truly a one of a kind dining experience.


Whether you’re looking for a good cup of coffee or a burger, Fido has it! Fido is the perfect combination of the upscale coffeehouse and casual restaurant. They pride themselves in serving organic and local foods in a fun and friendly environment.

Live Music

Tootsies Orchid Lounge

What is Nashville without the famous Tootsies Orchid Lounge? In fact, it’s such a hit in Nashville that even have a mini Tootsies at the Nashville airport! That’s why we recommend it as one of the best honky tonks in Nashville. It’s not to miss!

The Stage

If you want to see some of the biggest up and coming country stars in Nashville, go to The Stage.  The Stage is one of Nashville’s legendary live music venues and is located right on Broadway. You can’t miss it! 

The Ryman

The Ryman opened in the 1800’s and is the most famous music venue in town. The Ryman is such a famous landmark because it is where the Grand Ole Opry was held! It is also the biggest name for country music venues in the country.


Frist Center for the Visual Arts – Martin ArtQuest Gallery

The Frist Center for the Arts is the most famous art gallery in Nashville. It’s the type of museum you can visit over and over again and never get bored of! Enjoy unique exhibits that never cease to excite and engage visitors.

Country Music Hall of Fame

Country Music Hall of Fame

The Country Music Hall of Fame offers special exhibits in country music history. The Country Music Hall of Fame is one of Nashville’s most cherished attractions for locals and visitors.

Grand Ole Opry


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Last, but certainly not least, the top, most famous attractions in Music City is The Grand Ole Opry. This American icon is known as “country’s most famous stage,” and began as a simple radio broadcast in 1925.

What are some of your favorite things to do in Nashville? Tell us in the comments below!

Quick Guide to Nashville