What's open in Nashville? What's not? What's been rescheduled or modified? Honestly it's a moving target but here's the most current information on Nashville attractions and events. Updated 8/26/20 Honky tonks As of 8/17, bars are allowed to reopen with a cap of 25 patrons. All must be seated and groups must practice social distancing... Continue Reading →
Nashville loves visitors so COVID-19 has hit us hard but we're back on our feet. Read on for current information on what's open for business and what restrictions apply. UPDATED 9/14/20. Face masks are mandated in public but can be removed when eating or drinking. Non-compliance could result in a $50 fine. Social distancing practices... Continue Reading →
While many Spring 2020 events in Nashville were cancelled, some have been rescheduled for later in the year. You'll find those new dates below. Look here to learn how Nashville is rebounding from COVID-19. Chihuly at Cheekwood Cheekwood's gardens and outdoor installations are open. Ten years ago, Nashville went nuts over Dan Chihuly's mesmerizing glass installations... Continue Reading →
Before we get started, here's a round-up of detailed Nashville COVID-19 restrictions. Note: all bars must close at 10:30pm. If things are crowded on the so-called Honky Tonk Highway, take a few extra steps to some of our Off-Broadway honky tonks where you're likely to find less overcrowding, lower drink prices and happy hour specials. Let's... Continue Reading →
Nashville hot chicken--everybody talks about it but not everyone wants to set their tastebuds on fire. If you want it and your friends don't, I've got a pair of ways to maintain the peace. Plan A: they can order fried chicken without the heat. Plan B: head for a restaurant with a broader menu. I... Continue Reading →
UPDATED 9/14/20. Restaurants and bar/restaurant combos cannot have seated patrons after 10:30pm; carry-out food will still be available. Bars are allowed to reopen with a maximum capacity of 50 patrons: 25 inside, 25 seated outside. Bar seating allowed but no standing at the bar counter. All must close at 10:30pm. Alcoholic beverages can be purchased... Continue Reading →
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Instead of bland, generic meals, the Nashville airport offers a dozen places offering a true taste of Nashville including hot chicken and barbecue.
Only a few years ago, Nashville held few resources if you required a special diet. Today even Publix and Kroger can meet many needs. Groceries It's not a comprehensive list but it provides a solid foundation for your special diet, starting with the local businesses. Produce Place (Sylvan Park, in business since 1988) Turnip Truck... Continue Reading →