Here’s How to Spend One Day in Nashville
July 9, 2021 |
By Dani Dudek

When you have one day in Nashville, you make the most of it! I recently booked a brief last minute trip to Music City, U.S.A and spent one fun filled day in the city with no pre-planning. I realize that fly by the seat of your pants attitude may not work for everyone. That’s why I’m sharing my adventures to help you plan accordingly when it’s your turn to travel to Nash!


Start with brunch at The Nashville Jam Co. in Berry Hill. While you’re waiting for your table, check out the murals surrounding the East Iris Recording Studios. They are truly incredible, as you can see by this video we shared on our official TikTok account! 

Back to brunch, do not miss the Bronut! It’s a biscuit stuffed with cheesecake, butter dipped, fried and topped with blueberry compote. I also recommend the PB&J Chicken Biscuit and a mimosa made with Prosecco cider from the local company Tailgate Cider. 


Following brunch, head to the Graduate Hotel to hit up the White Limozeen rooftop bar. It’s Dolly themed and features the most perfect pink aesthetic. There’s also a pool that you can book passes for via Resy. You should also plan to make a reservation if you just plan to get drinks or a bite – though walk ups are accepted when space allows (we got lucky with patio seating in the shade for six people!). 

Get a first hand look at White Limozeen with this walk-through video…

Later Afternoon/ Evening

Next up, hit tourist central and visit one of the many spots on Broadway. We actually planned to visit a spot just off Broadway called Wild Beaver Saloon to sing some karaoke. Sadly, it was closed for the holiday. Instead, we made our way over to Miranda Lambert’s new Tex-Mex Bar and Cantina called Casa Rosa. There are three levels of fun featuring live music, tasty food and drinks and plenty of photo ops. 

If that isn’t enough, there are plenty of other celeb owned bars in the neighborhood. Maybe you can even catch a show at the Ryman. After the show, pop into Robert’s Western World for some more tunes and one last night cap. 

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And while we’re on the subject of Nashville, did you watch the hit ABC television series appropriately named Nashville? If you did, here are a few of our favorite filming locations.

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