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From the Board Room to the Event Hall, or from the CMA
Theater to an entire building buyout, the Country Music Hall
of Fame and Museum has the capacity to accommodate
events for guests numbering from 30 to 3,000. Enjoy our
in-house catering at power breakfasts and intimate dinners,
experience live concerts, elegant galas, and more—
all in the heart of downtown Music City.
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NASHVILLE CONVENTION AND
the project will include a Kimpton Hotel, a restaurant and bar, retail,
apartments, and parking.
Centennial Park in West End is a sight not to be missed. The green
space is home to the world’s only life-size model of the Parthenon.
Throughout the summer, live music, festivals and food trucks abound.
The music scene is hopping here, and groups can catch live music at
restaurants like Two Boots Pizza and Noshville or at late-night venues
such as dive bars Losers and Winners (next door to each other on Division) or Red Door Saloon-Midtown. Die-hard music fans will appreciate
an outing to a songwriters’ night. This Nashville tradition gave stars like
Kris Kristofferson and Waylon Jennings their big breaks. The Commodore
Grille at the Holiday Inn Nashville Vanderbilt hosts one of the best-known
songwriters’ events every night but Tuesday.
A little out of the way but worth the jaunt, the 12South corridor represents
the future of creativity in Nashville.
“Our whole big brand is music, and we’ve broadened into food, and now
we’re broadening into fashion,” says Whitt. “The big buzz about Nashville
is creativity. We’ve got these different genres with chefs and designers
moving here. It’s a welcoming city for entrepreneurs and creators.”
Among 12South’s growing number of trendy boutiques, Imogene +
Willie offers custom denim that’s proved popular with some of music’s and
film’s brightest stars. Other hip shopping opportunities include MODA,
Judith Bright and The Label Nashville.
12South also attracts chefs on the bleeding edge of cuisine. Josephine,
launched by Chef Andrew Little in 2013, presents “refined American
farmhouse” fare. Josephine can welcome 24 for private dining.
A little edgy, a lot hip, gentrifying Germantown offers food and fashion
north of downtown.
Treat your feet to some Peter Nappi shoes, crafted in Italy, or score
some homegrown accessories made right in Nashville. Otis James crafts
neckwear and custom caps, while Emil Erwin makes high-end leather
satchels, belts, and wallets, both at their studios in Germantown.
At 5th and Taylor, award-winning chef Daniel Lindley focuses on
the quintessential experience of Sunday dinner. His American menu is
designed to evoke a sense of community by sharing a meal. The restaurant
offers private dining for groups as large as 55 and receptions for 70.
Nashville Farmers’ Market is a food-lover’s paradise. Housing 16 restaurants and artisanal shops as well as farmers selling produce, the facility also
rents indoor and outdoor space suitable for group larger than 1,000. The
market is open year-round.
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