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the neighborhood | The Nations


The Nations was once the point where Native American tribes would meet to communicate with each other. Today, the neighborhood has been redeveloped into an eclectic spot for local breweries, restaurants and retail, with 51st ave being the epicenter.
14TENN was built in 1925 as part of the original Belle Meade Hosiery Mill. A richly historical city, Nashville is also home to Vanderbilt University, The Grand Ole Opry, and a to-scale replica of the Parthenon.
Nashville, known as Music City, is famous for country music, hot chicken, and whiskey.

local favorites

answer. | Brunch + cocktails
The Bluebird | Discover up-and-coming artists
Five Daughter’s Bakery | 100-layer doughnuts
Frothy Monkey | Breakfast through dinner coffeehouse
Whiskey Kitchen | Southern pub bites and – you guessed, it – whiskey
Martin’s BBQ Joint | Whole-hog pit-fired BBQ, chicken, tacos & burgers
The Parthenon | Full-scale replica of the original Parthenon in Athens
Ryman Auditorium | Home of the Grand Ole Opry


Reserved spots are available at 14TENN. Street parking is also available, and we recommend taking an Uber or Lyft so you can travel worry-free and thoroughly enjoy your event.


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