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Old 11-29-2011, 07:06 AM
Location: Davidson County "Brentwood"
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You can't go wrong if you're staying downtown-can walk to most places, although it's a little touristy, but everyone should visit downtown Nashville once.
I like Big River for food/sports bar.
Mexican-drive out to Brentwood Local Taco, or Edgetown's Taco Mamacita, or Belmont's Cha Cha's-been to all 3 and yum!
Divey bars-Paradise Park downtown, Broadway Brewhouse Midtown (personal fave)
downtown Tootsie's and Flying Saucer always recommended, but never been.
shopping...avoid Green Hills. Traffic is awful, especially with the holidays.
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Old 11-29-2011, 08:36 PM
Location: Madison, TN
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Originally Posted by nashvols View Post

As far as late night dining....as long as you aren't drunk driving (which is bad, mkay?), my suggestion would be Athens Family Restaurant in Melrose. It's open 24 hours from Thursday through Saturday (actually till Sunday night at 10). It's a Greek restaurant, but they serve American food, too...and they do a GREAT breakfast (which is served all day, btw). It's not super cheap...but compared to a lot of sit down restaurants, you do pretty well. Pretty much everything is less than $12, and most of the time you are spending $7-9 per entree. You can get away with less on a smaller breakfast, but that's about it.
Athens is definitely a fantastic place to eat if you're up for it. They were featured on Food Network not too long ago, and definitely deserve it.
If you're looking for a cool spot near downtown to grab a few brews, check out the Beer Sellar on Church St. It's right off the end of that 2nd Ave strip mentioned earlier, and it has a great selection, with an underground sort of atmosphere. It's also right next to the river, if you like walking around by the water.
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