Two weekends ago, I went to Nashville, Tennessee for the first time to celebrate my friend Jac’s (@jacmiezer) Bachelorette Party. We had so much fun! I heard so many people tell me that Nashville was the place to go for a Bachelorette party and THEY WERE RIGHT. This is the place to go if you are celebrating. There are so many fun things to do and places to see. I wanted to share our full itinerary with you all in case you are planning a trip to Nashville anytime soon.
Keep reading to see where we stayed, where we ate and what we did. xo, Nataly
WHERE WE STAYED
We stayed in an Air BnB in midtown. It was a spacious condo with 3 bedrooms and 3 baths. It was plenty of room for us 5 girls. I actually think we could have had at least 2 more girls in our group and it would have been fine.
I liked staying in midtown too because we were right in the middle of everything. Easy access to bars and restaurants.
WHERE WE ATE
Liberty Common (Brunch) – Our first restaurant of the trip and probably my favorite out of all the places we went. It wasn’t too busy, crowded or too loud. I got the chicken sandwich and really loved it. I definitely will be back here when we go back to Nashville.
Henrietta Red (Dinner) – I didn’t like this place at all. It came highly recommended, but we ordered an appetizer and it never showed up. When we asked the waitress, she tried to play it off, but the food never showed. It was just not as good as I was hoping. The portions are very tiny, so be sure to order a couple if you do end up eating here.
Marsh House (Dinner) – Our fanciest dinner was here, at, Marsh House. They staff were the absolute sweetest. They kept our table even though we were over an hour late (5 girls getting ready for a night out is tough! LOL). After dinner you have to head up to the rooftop bar next door at The Thompson Hotel. The view of downtown Nashville is beautiful!
Hampton Social (Brunch) – I loved Hampton Social just because it was an Instgrammers dream. There were several spots to shoot photos and it was so aesthetically pleasing. We ended up eating on the rooftop. Beware that the menu up there is different from the menu on the first floor, which I thought was weird.
WHAT WE DID
Pontoon Saloon – Right after brunch at Liberty Common we headed to the pontoon boat. This is a 2 hour boat ride along the Cumberland River. There is a bar (or you can bring your own alcohol), DJ and bathroom on the boat. It is such a fun time. By the end of the tour you are having a blast and probably made a couple new friends.
Nashville Tractor – A party on wheels is how I’d describe this tractor ride. It is 60 minutes of non-stop fun!
Arrington Vineyards – This is about 30 minutes outside of Nashville, but totally worth the drive. It is beautiful vineyard. We packed up some cheese and other snacks to bring with us and had ourselves an afternoon picnic with wine of course.
Santa’s Pub – YOU HAVE TO GO HERE. I REPEAT YOU HAVE TO GO HERE. This was one of my favorite spots. Yes, it is a doublewide trailer and they only serve beer, but I promise you’ll love it! Be prepared to sing your favorite karaoke song too! Jac told us that she felt like she was on another planet and I have to say she is right. It’s an experience that you must do!
Kelly’s Karaoke – Our first night of karaoke we went to Kelly’s. It was off Broadway. I liked this place, but after going to Santa’s Pub the following night, I’d say just go to Santa’s Pub instead.
Broadway – For Sunday Funday, we went bar hopping on Broadway, which the main street in Nashville. It’s lined with bars, so there are ton to chose from. We went to Miranda Lambert Live, Kidd Rock’s Big Honky Tonk, and Tootsie’s. I would recommend these. Each bar has a live band, so be prepared to dance and drink your little heart out.