The always growing, thriving, eclectic, historic, and hip, East Nashville has become one of the city’s most-desired areas to live and play. Its low-key vibe and neighborly personality make this community a great place to escape without leaving town. As Budget Travel Magazine calls Historic East Nashville “Nashville’s version of New York’s East Village,” East Nashville has attracted many musicians and visual artists to the neighborhood. Mingle with the patrons of the local hangouts and you’re bound to meet more than a few musicians and songwriters.
The chefs within this neighborhood mix it up and provide dishes worth singing about.
- Butcher & Bee - Check out the menu
Selection of sandwiches, salads, and plates both beautiful in taste and presentation.
- Pepperfire Hot Chicken - Check out the menu
Holds multiple variations of Nashville's staple cuisine and one of the hottest dishes in America.
- The Post East - Check out the menu
Healthy made from scratch breakfast, lunch, and brunch menus.
5 Points Pizza • Bolton's Spicy Chicken & Fish • Beyond the Edge • Batter’d & Fried • Dino's • Drifter's BBQ • Duke's • Eastland Café • Edley's East • The Family Wash • Lockeland Table • Marché Artisan Foods • Mas Tacos Por Favor • Pharmacy Burger Parlor and Beer Garden • Prince's Hot Chicken Shack • Rosepepper Cantina • Tenn Sixteen • The Treehouse • Two Ten Jack
East Nashville's 5 Points offers a fantastic location to take in the vibe of this unique neighborhood. Bars and trendy restaurants line the area and are packed full of locals looking to chill with good people. Boutique shops, salons, and art galleries can also be seen throughout the area and its surrounding streets.
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To see what's happening in East Nashville check out The East Nashvillian.
Art & Invention Gallery • The Cobra • The Crying Wolf • Garage Mahal • Little Harpeth Brewing Co. • Red Door Saloon • The East Room • Edgefield Sports Bar • The Hip Zipper • Shoppes on Fatherland
If you are looking to explore every inch of this fantastic neighborhood then you need to stay in the neighborhood. See below for a great Music City hotel ready to welcome you with open arms.