• 5th and Taylor

    For an upscale dining experience in the neighborhood, look no further than 5th and Taylor. Chef Daniel Lindley, James Beard nominated Chef of 5th and Taylor, pays homage to the American family meal in this charming rustic restaurant.

  • Germantown Café

    Germantown Café has become a true fixture in the Germantown neighborhood for more than 10 years. Best known for their weekend brunch menu and specialty cocktails, this neighborhood gem is perfect for an after-work cocktail or Sunday brunch with the family.

  • Butchertown Hall

    Imagine going to an authentic Southern barbecue in a swanky and inviting modern space. Butchertown Hall is the perfect mix of traditional southern flare food and modern design. Pull up to the bar or grab a table with friends on the beautiful outdoor patio.

  • Barista Parlor

    Get your local java fix at one of Nashville’s trendiest local coffee shops. Barista Parlor’s inviting space, a large refurbed garage, glows with natural light through the glass garage doors. Between its laid-back vibe and fresh-ground gourmet coffee, Barista Parlor is one of Germantown’s best hangouts.

  • First Tennessee Park

    Once home to the former site of Sulphur Dell, a minor-league ballpark in the early 19th century, First Tennessee Park is now the brand-new home of the Nashville Sounds minor league team. While the park has a unique legacy, there’s nothing dated or old fashioned about this state-of-the-art ballpark. Popular for its trendy restaurants like The Band Box and themed promo nights like “Bark in the Park” and “Throwback Thursday,” the ballpark is the perfect spot for group outings. Concerts and special events are also frequently held at the park.

  • Nashville Farmers Market

    900 Rosa L. Parks Blvd. Shop the more than 150 farmers and merchants of the Nashville Farmers’ Market. This vibrant, open-air market is home to farmers, food artisans, restaurateurs, shop owners, crafters, flea merchants, special events, workshops, classes, chef demos, and more throughout the year. The market is open for business 7 days a week and is always abuzz with energy.

  • Bicentennial Mall

    Bicentennial Mall 600 James Robertson Pkwy BiCentennial Park is one of Nashville’s most historic landmarks. This historic urban park spans more than 19 acres and was recently named one of Nashville’s most visited landmarks. Take in beautiful views of the state Capitol building, picnic under the towering Carillon pillars, and explore the history of this charming park.