Nashville Neighborhood - Germantown
One of Nashville’s historic neighborhoods is bringing people closer to town to live and play. Germantown, so named because of the influx of German immigrants in the mid-nineteenth century, was Nashville’s first suburb. The district is one of Nashville’s most architecturally heterogeneous neighborhoods, containing a significant concentration of Victorian building styles. It has been designated as a city Arboretum by the Nashville Tree Foundation because there are more than 100 species of trees in the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1979, the neighborhood is now being restored to its original grandeur.
Some of the finest dining options in Nashville reside in Germantown. Also, there are some great places for those looking to kick back with a cold beer with friends.
- 5th & Taylor - Check out the menu
Regional and seasonally focused American menu.
- The Christie Cookie Company - Check out the menu
Delicious cookies made daily.
- The Cupcake Collection - Check out the menu
Featuring made-from-scratch daily cupcakes and icings, without the use of lard or shortening.
- Henrietta Red - Check out the menu
American restaurant offering seasonal contemporary cooking and an oyster bar.
- Monell's Dining & Catering, Inc. - Check out the menu
A traditional meat & three restaurant, meals at Monell’s are served family-style.
- Nashville Farmers' Market - Check out the menu
Home to multiple restaurants serving a variety of cuisine including Indian, Korean, Middle Eastern, and more.
- Rolf and Daughters - Check out the menu
Food draws from Northern Italian and Mediterranean influences with Southern ingredients to create a dynamic and seasonally driven menu.
- Sedona Taphouse - Check out the menu
Sedona Taphouse offers hand-cut steaks, a variety of seafood offerings, craft beers, wines, and martinis.
- Steadfast Coffee - Check out the menu
Coffee shop serving flash-chilled coffees, rested drinks, coffee sodas, and more.
- Von Elrod's Beer Garden & Sausage House - Check out the menu
Enjoy hand-cranked sausages and choose from over 30 craft beers on tap.
Germantown holds First Tennessee Park, home of the Nashville Sounds, and a perfect place to catch a game in Music City during the spring and summer months. You are always welcome to check out our wonderful Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park which looks beautiful with each season.
We are proud of our Nashville Farmers' Market which is open year round and something you must see while in Germantown. If you are looking for a stylish pair of Nashville shoes, then look no further than Peter Nappi. All of their products are made of the finest material, not manufactured. Main products include various styles of boots for men and women, bags, and dry goods – all made from small, limited-edition batches that feature individual attributes.
If you are looking to explore every inch of this fantastic neighborhood then you need to stay in the neighborhood. See below for some great Music City hotels ready to welcome you with open arms.