Originally from England, Andrew Clancey is the designer behind Nashville-based fashion brand Any Old Iron. Andrew recently opened a storefront on Music Row that has made his sparkling sequence clothing accessible to the public. His designs have been worn by artists like Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Cher, Taylor Swift, Elton John, Miranda Lambert, Cardi B, and more.
One of four restaurants owned by celebrity Chef Maneet Chauhan, Chaatable is a passion project for her and her husband and business partner, Vivek. Each dish and design feature comes with a story of their childhood or college days in India. The décor is colorful and inviting and the menu was inspired by Indian street food.
James Beard Award-winning Chef Sean Brock showcases his passion for American culinary history at his newly opened The Continental, located in the brand new Grand Hyatt. He melds his reverence for the traditional elegance of hotel dining with a lively and welcoming atmosphere, sophisticated design, impeccable service, and a menu of reimagined American classics.
Elliston Place Soda Shop has been a Nashville favorite since 1939. Located on the street dubbed “The Rock Block” near Vanderbilt University, this landmark restaurant has recently moved a few doors down from its original location and will reopen in the Spring with the same delicious menu of burgers, milkshakes, pies, and more.
Located street-level inside boutique hotel, Noelle, the luxury retail shop plays host to Nashville’s top fashion designers, makers, and artists. The result is a vibrant, ever-changing mix of distinctive clothing, accessories, and home goods and often features one-of-a-kinds and exclusive products.
Opened in January 2021, the National Museum of African American Music can be found in the heart of downtown Nashville at 5th and Broadway. The museum encourages visitors to discover the central role African Americans have played in shaping and creating all genres of American music. From classical to country to jazz and hip hop, NMAAM integrates history and interactive technology to share the untold story of more than 50 music genres and sub-genres and are displayed throughout five galleries.
Ocean Way Nashville Recording Studios are located in the heart of Nashville’s famous Music Row in a 100-year-old Gothic revival grey stone Church. It has become a favorite destination for orchestral recording and scores film and video game projects for major companies around the world. Everyone from George Strait to Matchbox Twenty, Faith Hill, The Mavericks, Willie Nelson, Kenny Chesney, Sheryl Crow, Steve Martin, and Paul Simon have recorded here. Scoring includes Sony Playstation, EA, Lionsgate, TPS, and many others.
Prince’s Hot Chicken invented the legendary “Nashville Hot Chicken” dish – chicken dredged in a spice blend of varying degrees of heat and fried to golden-brown perfection. Prince’s founder, Thornton Prince had success early on with a hot chicken recipe that, legend has it, was developed as a revenge scheme by his scorned lover - watch the story here. After almost 100 years, Prince’s still serves the same hot chicken recipe with the same Southern charm.
Located in the Capitol View area of downtown, Zeppelin is the rooftop bar and restaurant on the top floor of the TownePlace Suites. Enjoy the sweeping views of downtown and the Germantown neighborhood while dining in the restaurant or sip on a cocktail at the outdoor lounge.