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Red Pony’s unique approach to Southern cuisine offers flavorful dishes crafted from the area’s best produce and meats and served in a stylish, laid-back setting. The first of executive chef Jason McConnell’s three Franklin restaurants, Red Pony opened in 2006. Its rustic but chic space in an historic building not far from Franklin’s public square quickly became a landmark dining spot for Nashvillians as well.
Ideally located near the Country Music Hall of Fame, Bridgestone Arena, Germantown, Nissan Stadium, Music City Center and Nashville Airport. Our 287 spacious guest rooms feature unique, music-themed décor. Soak in views of the city or rolling Tennessee hills in the distance. Dine at Praline's Restaurant, where fresh meals and innovative drinks are served up all day, just like our Southern hospitality. We also offer 26,000 sq ft (2,415 sq m) of flexible meeting space.
The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum is the home for this popular American art form, safeguarding over two and half million artifacts, and home to two expansive floors of gallery space, featuring permanent and limited-engagement exhibitions. Touring the two floors of the museum’s gallery spaces, guests will follow the evolution of country music, within the context of American history. Visitors experience that evolution through a diverse mix of displayed artifacts, video footage, & more.
Dine where the working-class poets of Music Row came to eat, drink and ultimately shape country music history for more than 30 years. Now The Row Kitchen & Pub is where artists, executives, locals and visitors alike come for Nashville-inspired Southern comfort food like hot chicken & hickory pit BBQ. Enjoy live music, regional craft beers and an extensive collection of homegrown whiskeys. Y’all gotta go to The Row!
‘Funktry’ can describe Drew’s style of music, a funk and country mix. He wanted to create music that was different from everyday country music. “Dance With Ya” has that catchy beat and groove, “Train” is very soulful and smooth....
Nashville’s music scene has it all from up and comers to music legends. With nearly 50 years of success music legends The Kentucky Headhunters, known as “Southern Rock Royalty,” released their 12th Studio album On Safari November 4th.
Best described as being “Rooted in Americana,” Franklin is a charming Tennessee town located just 17 miles south of Nashville that preserves its southerly heritage, yet radiates a sophistication that’s both inspiring and inviting.
Cole Swindell, 2015’s ACM New Artist of the Year winner, is up for the CMA New Artist category this November. His song “You Should Be Here” is his 5th consecutive No.1 single as a solo artist and including his songwriting credits, he has 8 No. 1’s...
The fondue menu offers a variety of four-course and à la carte menu options. Cheese fondues prepared tableside with custom artisan cheeses, unique fresh salads served with your entree, and chocolate fondues for dessert as the finale.
Welcome to Music City! Whether you are here on business, attending a convention, or on vacation - we are delighted to have you visit the Greater Nashville area and excited to help make your stay more memorable. TravelHost Greater Nashville serves travelers throughout Nashville and the surrounding counties with shopping, dining, entertainment, services and fun, fun, fun! The welcoming southern hospitality of Nashville makes it a premier destination to visit. Nashville was recently ranked 9th by Lonely Planet as part of its Best in Travel 2016 collection of top destinations to visit. In fact, it was the only US city to make the list and I know you are going to love it here!
Nashville is a big little city with a heart and soul of country music, plus a whole lot more. Songwriters, musicians and performers live and work among us every day, creating melodies, lyrics and performances that make those hit songs all around the world. When you think of music and Nashville, the Grand Ole Opry, George Jones Museum, or CMA's might come to mind. The newest outdoor concert venue in Music City is the open-air seating Ascend Amphitheater near the Cumberland River, with a seating capacity of 6,800, where some of the hottest acts will perform. Just 10 minutes north of Nashville is another outdoor music venue, the Carl Black Chevy Wood Amphitheater. It is situated on the old estate of Barbara Mandrell and features state-of -the art sound in a cozy wooded natural amphitheater setting – definitely a hidden gem of the south!
For those looking for a more cultural experience, the Schermerhorn Symphony Center is where you can experience creative and innovative orchestral performances. The Tennessee Performing Arts Center or TPAC is Nashville's primary venue for theatrical and musical productions. Home to the Nashville Ballet, Nashville Opera and the Tennessee Repertory Theatre, the facility is comprised of three separate performance venues and hosts everything from experimental theater works to big, touring Broadway shows.
The greater Nashville area is also filled with many historical sites to visit. From Historic Franklin, to Andrew Jackson's Hermitage, to the full sized replica of the Parthenon in Centennial Park, there are countless extraordinary sites to explore. Learn why Nashville was once known as the 'Athens of the south," what Nashville captain gave the American flag the nickname "Old Glory", or where music row is located in Music City.
In addition to the rich history here, Nashville is also home to three professional sporting teams; the Tennessee Titans, Nashville Predators and the Nashville Sounds (a Triple-A affiliate of the Oakland Athletics). See the Titans play a game at Nissan Stadium on the Cumberland River, the Preds play at Bridgestone Arena, or catch a Sounds baseball game at the new First Tennessee Park, which opened in 2015 and is partially located on the historic site of Sulphur Dell ballpark.
If you are a foody, the Greater Nashville area definitely has what you are looking and is quickly becoming a top dining destination. From southern cuisine to the upscale dining experience, you will find it all here! Nashville is attracting the best-of-the-best restaurants and chefs and every September downtown Nashville hosts The Music City Food + Wine Festival. It takes place in historic venues and outdoor spaces, creating an inspiring experience that will impress even the most sophisticated gourmet.
Whether you are planning your trip to Greater Nashville or are in town right now searching for destination ideas, navigate through our current issue right here, page by page to find ideas for your local experience. If you don't see a copy of the magazine in your room, ask the concierge or hotel front desk for your own copy of TravelHost Greater Nashville. Also, don’t forget to download the mobile app for when you are out and about!
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