A Nashville Bachelorette Party - Part 2

After making your way down Broadway, you and your girls are bound to get hungry.  And no Nash Bash would be complete without some extra indulgences. Our customer service representative, Olivia, has some great Music City restaurant recommendations. Check that out below, and don't forget to check back in a few days for tips on the best group activities for you and your gals when in Nashville.




The Mocking Bird Nashville- If you’re looking for a classy brunch date with your besties, give The Mocking Bird a try! The Mocking Bird’s menu is designed, “… to mimic its surroundings, offering comfort food favorites influenced by the many global elements that make up American culture and cuisine.” It has rave reviews on Yelp for the delicious breakfast options, great service, and awesome cocktails!


photo courtesy of The Mocking Bird


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The Bushwhacker- You can’t go to Nashville without trying a Bushwhacker! This milkshake cocktail is extremely popular and sounds absolutely delicious! This drink is a delicious ice-creamy delight that usually uses rum as its liquor base. If you’d like to learn more about a Bushwhacker you can read the article below:


 photo courtesy of Eater Nashville


The original Bushwhacker can be found at Broadway Brewhouse!  


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Whiskey Kitchen- Looking for a rustic dining experience? Give Whiskey Kitchen a try! The southern décor will certainly make you feel fully immersed in your Nashville bash!

This restaurant is another great option for brunch as well as lunch or dinner. The food definitely has southern inspiration and could be a great option for trying some authentic, southern, Nashville cuisine!  According to their website, “the menu is a mix of chef-inspired pub favorites, southern classics, and wood-fired pizzas.”


photo courtesy of Whiskey Kitchen


More drink suggestions can be found on this Cocktail Guide to Nashville which also includes information about interesting local restaurants.


And stay tuned for Part 3 - Activities for your Nash Bash!


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