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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Home to more than 400 businesses and 40 recording studios and music publishers, Berry Hill offers everything from a make-your-own-pancakes shop to a dog bakery.
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South of Broadway’s honky tonks and neon lights is an area called SoBro, filled with the new Music City Center convention center, hot new restaurants, attractions, cocktail bars, and trendy hotels.
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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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Donelson is just 10 miles east of downtown Nashville and is often the first and last place seen by visitors that travel to Nashville by air.
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