Breakfast at Biscuit Love

It was my last day in Nashville and I couldn’t leave without stopping by Biscuit Love for breakfast. The bright Southern eatery is known for their breakfast and lunch creations made entirely from scratch. What started out as an Airstream food truck, now had three locations in Tennessee. There was a line out the door,…

Burlesque, Blues, and Honky Tonks

What did I do for my final night in Nashville? Some bar hopping of course! 😉 After a creative Indian dinner, I walked back towards downtown to check out Printers Alley. The famous alley located between Union and Church Street first became a nightclub district in the 1940s. The name comes from Nashville’s connection to…

Dinner at The Catbird Seat

For my first night in Nashville, I went to The Catbird Seat for a multi-course tasting menu. The interactive chef-run restaurant centers around an open kitchen where you can watch each dish being prepared. Reservations are released 30 days in advance and you purchase tickets through Tock. I was dropped off near the entrance where…

Chauhan Ale & Masala House

It was my final night in Nashville and I decided to go to Chauhan Ale & Masala House for dinner. Opened in November 2014, it’s been named one of the top restaurants in Nashville and has become a popular spot among locals and tourists. The vibrant restaurant set in a refurbished brick garage serves creative…

Grand Ole Opry Backstage Tour

A 15-minute walk from the Gaylord Opryland Resort brought me to the Grad Ole Opry House. The weekly country music stage concert was founded on November of 1925. It’s been called the “home of American music” and “country’s most famous stage”. The venue may have changed over the years, but it continues to hosts some…

Gaylord Opryland Resort

I still have some Nashville pics to post! After a nice Sunday brunch, I wanted to check out the Gaylord Opryland Resort for a bit. The upscale resort is set under a sprawling atrium with gardens, fountains, and cascading waterfalls.  The hotel has 2,881 rooms and suites. More than 750 garden atrium rooms overlook the…

Last Call: Ernestine & Hazel’s

After some oysters and pizza, I wandered around Beale Street one last time. People watching could not be avoided here. Seeing a a young woman convince herself that a 3-foot tall frozen alcoholic concoction all to herself on a worknight was pretty funny. Cheers to you! Beale Street was fun the first couple times, but…

Pizza and Oysters at Hog & Hominy

It was time for one last dinner in Memphis, so I went to Hog & Hominy. I didn’t make a reservation and walked in hoping to grab a seat at the bar. The restaurant was packed and the bar was full. I stood around for about 15 minutes before a seat opened up. The menu…