Sisterhood Adventures: Nashville Bound
Hey Wine Sisters – it’s official, we finally get to cross Nashville off our bucket list! This week we are heading to Music City where we will pour wine at Around the World in 80 Sips, dine like champions and visit a historical plantation. Oh, and of course, listen to AMAZING music!
Check out our Nashville Pinterest Board to get a peek at our plans. Experience our Nashville adventure right alongside us by following our journey on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. We promise to make it interesting!!!
City House: Rustic Italian food like pizza and pasta made with local Southern ingredients.
Hattie B’s Hot Chicken: Nashville is famed for Hot Chicken and this is supposed to be one of the BEST!
Husk: Modern Southern cuisine made from locally sourced products
Mason’s Southern Provisions: Toted as a “Southern Brasserie.” Think of traditional Southern dishes that have been passed down for generations, updated with French techniques.
Peg Leg Porker: Old school BBQ with a “must order” appie of Pimento Cheese served with Saltines. Yes, please!
Rolf & Daughters: Recently named one of the best new restaurants in the country by both Bon Appetit and Esquire. The food is described as Mediterranean influenced “modern peasant food.”
To Check Out:
Belle Meade Plantation: Built in 1807, this place is still a functioning thoroughbred horse breeding farm, as well as winery.
Holland House Bar and Refuge: Fresh and seasonal-driven cocktails with a twist.
Honky Tonk Pub Crawl: Historical honky tonks, story-telling and music listening. The perfect night in Nashville!
Patterson House: 30-seat speakeasy, with bartenders creating artisanal cocktails.
Pinewood Social: A place to gather and socialize morning, noon or night! You can play bocce, bowl or sing karaoke!