Nashville Neighborhood - The Gulch
Nashville’s historic Gulch District, with its distinct industrial history, originally housed the downtown railroad terminal. From the turn of the century until the 1950s, more than 100 trains arrived and departed from The Gulch daily.
Today, the Gulch District has developed into a hotspot for young urbanites. The Gulch has perfectly combined its industrial background with a modern contemporary style. Old warehouses have been renovated into residential and office space, and upscale restaurants and a vibrant nightlife have made The Gulch one of the hottest neighborhoods in Nashville.
The Gulch holds an impressive variety of restaurants to serve the appetites of anyone, anytime. Each restaurant is different and offers an experience for both body and soul.
- The 404 Kitchen - Check out the menu
Modern take on classic European cuisine, with a menu determined by available produce and provisions from local farms.
- Adele's by Jonathan Waxman - Check out the menu
Menu changes often to insure the freshness of seasonal ingredients and includes Waxman’s famous JW chicken dish.
- Bar Louie - Check out the menu
Known for handcrafted signature martinis with a menu of American food that is traditionally and regionally inspired.
- Biscuit Love - Check out the menu
Fluffy biscuit dishes, plus craft beer and brunch cocktails.
- Chauhan Ale & Masala House - Check out the menu
Restaurant by Chef Maneet Chauhan is a microbrewery and gastro pub that is Indian-inspired, with spicy food and flavorful drinks.
- City Fire - Check out the menu
Casual American restaurant with an eclectic décor and a timeless vibe. The menu features memorable scratch-made comfort food.
- Kayne Prime - Check out the menu
A fine dining steakhouse that features modern and upscale interpretations of classic American fare with a market-driven menu and artisanal cocktails.
- The Mockingbird - Check out the menu
A modern diner offering comfort food favorites.
- Moto - Check out the menu
A rustic-modern Italian cuisine with a vibe that is chic, comfortable, and sophisticated.
- Otaku Ramen - Check out the menu
A ramen shop and bar with a focus on making traditional Japanese ramen with the local bounty of Middle Tennessee.
- Party Fowl - Check out the menu
Serves Nashville hot chicken with a lavish drink menu.
- Peg Leg Porker BBQ - Check out the menu
Nashville restaurant who specializes in Memphis-style barbecue.
- Saint Anejo - Check out the menu
Nashville's rock 'n’ roll, cantina-chic restaurant features inspired Mexican cuisine, Latin mixology, and a premium tequila and mezcal menu of over 120 labels.
- Sambuca - Check out the menu
Place to dine, drink, and dance the night away.
- Sunda - Check out the menu
Offering signature dishes with an Asian twist.
- Tànsuǒ - Check out the menu
Offering contemporary Chinese cuisine.
- UP, a Rooftop Lounge - Check out the menu
Hand-crafted drinks, amazing treats, and lounging on a rooftop with a perfect view of the Nashville skyline.
- Virago - Check out the menu
Upscale Japanese restaurant, sushi bar, and late night cocktail lounge.
- Whiskey Kitchen - Check out the menu
Menu is a mix of chef-inspired pub favorites, southern classics, and wood-fired pizzas.
Anchored in The Gulch since 1974, Station Inn is Nashville’s foremost home for authentic bluegrass and offers live acoustic music nightly. A far cry from its trendy neighbors, Station Inn keeps it simple with pizza, beer, and some of the best Americana and bluegrass music around. Doors open nightly at 7 p.m. and music starts at 9 p.m. Don't forget to check out some of the cool shopping places like Two Old Hippies, Nashville Boot Co., and Lucchese Bootmaker.
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.
- The 404 Hotel
- Fairfield Inn & Suites Nashville Downtown/The Gulch
- Thompson Nashville
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