This week we’re covering the #1 bachelorette destination in the country: Nashville! The country music capital of the world is also full of brides-to-be. It’s a popular destination for its food scene, fun nightlife, and affordability! Here’s our 3-day itinerary for this bachelorette hotspot:
Our Secluded Riverfront Home is perfect for a large bachelorette group! This ranch style home has gorgeous southern decor and sleeps up to 12 guests. Enjoy views of the river from the back porch or rent the owner’s boat or jet ski if you’re feeling adventurous. One of our bachelorette parties took advantage of this perk and the owner took them on a ride down the river while they sipped on cocktails!
It has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and an upstairs lounge area that can accommodate more guests. It’s located 15 minutes from downtown. See More
Welcome to your Nashville abode! Have a cocktail or glass of wine on the porch, and then get ready to go out for happy hour and sightseeing in East Nashville.
First Stop, Urban Cowboy Public House. This bar and restaurant is situated in a renovated Victorian Mansion and has a large back patio. A self described “Oasis for misfits and geniuses,” this spot is perfect for pre-dinner drinks!
Afterwards, take a walk around the neighborhood. This part of Nashville has plenty of art galleries and unique shops. Some of our favorite are the Art & Invention Gallery and the shops at IDEA Hatchery.
Dinner and Night Time
Eat dinner at the picturesque Pinewood Social in Downtown! This is one of the most instagram-worthy restaurants in all of Nashville and also has a bowling alley in-house!
Go out on Broadway Street. This nightlife area has a bunch of authentic Nashville bars and honky tonks. If you love karaoke and dive bars, head to Santa’s Pub late-night!
After a night out on Broadway, everyone is going to need brunch! Head to the 12 South area for breakfast at Josephine on 12th. Take a stroll around this hip neighborhood afterward. This area is full of restaurants, stores, and coffee shops. Reese Witherspoon’s Draper James has a cute store here!
Afterwards, head to downtown for a boat ride on the Cumberland River!
Lunch and Afternoon
Head to Robert’s Western World to hear some live country music.. They have music everyday from 11am-2am, so you can always catch a quick show!
For Lunch head to the famous Hattie B’s for their famous hot chicken. Beware of the wait times, this spot is popular! (Call in an order ahead and eat it on the go if you’re short on time)
It wouldn’t be a trip to Nashville unless you went to a distillery. Corsair Distillery is a local favorite. Go to their headquarters in the Wedgewood Houston neighborhood to see all of their spirits.
Dinner and Night Time
Make Dinner reservations at City House, a quintessential Nashville eatery.
Afterwards head back home and get ready for a night of country music at the Grand Ole Opry. This live show made the music city what it is today!
Head to Edley’s in 12 South for some hangover BBQ or to the Grilled Cheeserie Melt Shop for a more vegetarian option.
Explore Centennial Park and the Parthenon to wrap up your trip.
The music city’s electric food culture and nightlife scene make it the top destination for Brides to be. Whether you’re having a girl’s night on Broadway or singing your heart out at Santa’s Pub, Nashville is a Bachelorette destination you’ll never forget.
Email us at [email protected] if you have any questions or would like help setting up your bachelorette!