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Nashville Bachelorette Party City Guide
Are you heading to Music City for your Bachelorette Party? Check out our city guide for information on where to stay, where to eat, where to find live music and what to do. Follow this guide for a Bachelorette Party you will never forget!
What to do
Barhop down Broadway
There are tons of rooftop bars along Broadway where you and your Bachelorette Party can go for tasty drinks and gorgeous views. Most places will advertise that they are rooftop bars, but we recommend you check out UP, L27 or The George Jones. All of these bars serve amazing cocktails and give you a pretty great view of the strip and river. And they all have live music so you can dance the night away.
Headquarters is a Beer Arcade. They serve 12 draft beers on draft, 40 craft cans and have a mixologist serving amazing cocktails. They also have over 30 arcade games that are sure to bring you a nostalgic feeling. And the best part is that the arcade games are free to play as long as you're buying drinks. Play games like Galaga, Frogger, Street Fighter and more.
Escape Games are the newest craze, so you know there's an Escape Room in Nashville! The Escape Game has 8 immersive adventures to choose from. The games take (on average) an hour to complete. Make sure you book in advance so that you and your party can all participate in the same escape room. Good Luck!
Where to eat
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If you're going to Nashville, going somewhere to eat Hot Chicken is a must! And there is no place better than Hattie B's. And don't worry if you're not big on Spicy foods, they have chicken ranging from Southern (no heat) to Shut the Cluck Up (extremely spicy). People typically only wait about 15 minutes from the time they walk in the door until the time their food is served. They offer fast service and amazing food. What else could you want?
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Acme Feed & Seed is 3 floors of fun. The ground floor is a fast casual eatery with the best Shrimp and Grits in the city. There is also a bar with 28 beers on tap, the Acme Farm Store and a small stage where local musicians perform. On the second floor, there is another bar, specializing in bourbon and whiskey. You will also find their sushi bar located on this floor. The top floor is home to The Hatchery, the largest event and music venue on of lower Broadway. You haven't truly visited Nashville without stopping at Acme Feed & Seed.
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If you're looking for a little hole-in-the-wall eatery, Pancho and Leftys Cantina is for you. Located on 5th Avenue South, this taco bar is one to remember. They have an amazing tequila bar and some of the best tacos I've ever eaten. There is an awesome outdoor seating section and, unlike a lot of places in Nashville, they take reservations for large groups. Be sure to check out Pancho and Lefty's.
Where to Find Live Music
Some of the best live music happens in bars all along the strip. Almost every bar and restaurant on the strip has some kind of live music, from country to jazz to blues. You can always look online to find out who is playing where. But there are so many bars with so many musicians that your best bet is to simply walk down Broadway and listen for something you enjoy. Then go on in, find a seat and order a drink!
The Ryman Auditorium was once the home of the Grand Ole Opry before it moved to it's new location in 1974. The Ryman still puts on concerts and offers tours, so be sure to see who is playing while you're in Nashville. The best part is, General Admission tickets are just over $20, so it won't break the back to go and see a show. Visit the Ryman and make memories that will last a lifetime.
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The Bluebird Cafe is one of the most sought out destinations in all of Nashville- mostly due to the fact that it was regularly featured on ABC's "Nashville" TV series. They now host live music most nights, so check out their calendar for a list of upcoming shows. And be sure to buy your tickets in advance. This is a smaller venue, and once all the seats are sold, no one else can get in. So reserve your tickets in order to get a seat!
Where to stay
If you've ever stayed in any Hilton Hotel, you know that it is upscale. And the Hilton is Downtown Nashville is no different. It is an all-suite hotel consisting of 330 rooms. Each suite has all the amenities you need for a weekend getaway. In addition to amazing rooms, this Hilton has 4 onsite restaurants, so you don't need to venture out for every meal. There is a pool, a workout area, a beautiful lounge and valet parking. Click here to make Hilton your Bachelorette Party Paradise.
Omni is another great place to stay with your Bachelorette Party. It is located on 5th Ave, not far from Broadway. With 800 rooms and 54 suites, there is sure to be room for you and your party. Omni is integrated with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, which is a must see when you're in Nashville. Spend a day hanging out in the rooftop pool or at the Mokara Spa. Visit the southern restaurant- which serves all three meals, the fitness center or the live entertainment venue, all located inside the hotel. Book rooms or suites for your party here.
If you aren't looking to spend a lot of money on accommodations, AirBnB is the way to go. It is extremely cheap to split the cost of a rental between you and all your girls. It is also far more private than a hotel. And the best thing is, there are hundreds of AirBnB houses around the Nashville area to choose from. There are even entire AirBnB complexes, like the photo above. Just be sure to book at least a month in advance, as they fill up fast.
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