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Music City may get overshadowed by — well — music, but it’s got a lot more going on lately than guitar riffs and late-night crooning. The city continues to rise as a foodie destination, attracting top chefs to the Music City Food and Wine festival, which will host its fourth annual weekend-long feast this August. (This is no budget hipster event — all-access passes were $500 at last year’s event). The new Riverfront Park was completed last summer and holds 10 acres of parkland, an amphitheater, gardens and the ultimate downtime essential — free WiFi. There’s no shortage of great hotels, with the venerable Five-Star The Hermitage Hotel leading the way, plus a pack of newbies by ultra-hip hospitality brands (Virgin, 21C, Thompson) coming soon.
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