This reborn Southern scene ranges from rebel to ritzy all in the same block. Explore these avenues and you’re sure to discover an intimacy found nowhere else.
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Home to more than 400 businesses and 40 recording studios and music publishers, the Berry Hill neighborhood of colorful bungalows and independent specialty shops offers residents and visitors everything from a make-your-own-pancakes shop to a dog bakery.
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Germantown, lined with beautiful Victorian buildings and homes, is Nashville’s oldest neighborhood. Great restaurants and shops are interspersed throughout the neighborhood making it the perfect place for day time stroll or a nice evening out.
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The trendy 12South neighborhood offers everything from boutique shops to art galleries and music stores. Take a break at any of the coffee shops, restaurants or bars that line the row.
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Its low-key vibe and neighborly personality make this community a great place to escape without leaving town. Over the years, East Nashville has developed an eclectic and creative vibe that has attracted many musicians and visual artists to the neighborhood.
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In the heart of the neighborhood is the Elliston Place Rock Block, a blocklong section of Elliston Place that is home to some of the loudest nightclubs in town.
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The mecca for shopping lovers, Green Hills offers boutique shopping, an upscale mall, diverse dining options and plenty of sports bars to watch the big game.
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This bustling neighborhood, extending up Broadway and Division Street,
is home to a variety of hotels, restaurants, and bars that come alive at
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Southwest of downtown Nashville lies the quaint and quiet neighborhood of Sylvan Park, a beautiful setting with homes, businesses, restaurants and nightlife that run the gamut from funky to upscale.
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