My girls weekend to Nashville was a success! We did everything from eating amazing BBQ at Martin’s, people watched along Broadway, to dancing at a 3-story bar with live music on each floor, which has a fitting name: Crazy Town.
Friday: My friends and I got in on Friday evening, where we spent the night catching up over wine and delicious pizza. Whenever my friends and I meet up, we typically like to spend the first couple of hours just catching up. There are quite a few of us, so we like to ease into our weekends with wine and chatting. It was perfect.
Saturday: After making a fabulous breakfast at my friend Heather’s house (she made funfetti waffles with icing, they were divine), we went for a walk through her adorable neighborhood. It was a great way to get in a little exercise before eating the amazing food that day. Next, we all got ready and headed to brunch at Husk. The original location is in Charleston, which some of the girls were able to go to on the last girls trip. We had a large table to ourselves, which was situated in the most southern charmed room of the restaurant. The walls were delicately covered in a purple gloss, with gold trimmed mirrors that brightened up the room with kisses of sun that was streaming through the windows. The food was unreal. The drinks were delicious. The company was the best part. Then we gallivanted around Midtown a bit where we played skee-ball at Kung Fu, had root beer float shots at The Red Door, ate AMAZING bbq at Martin’s, and danced the night away at Crazy Town. We couldn’t have asked for a better day.
Sunday: We all needed to sleep in a bit after Saturday’s activities. We slowly got up and made our way to the most darling Nashville cafe, called The Loveless Cafe. We were immediately presented with a plate of warm, small biscuits with jams that could make anyway smile. The food was incredible, but I have to say that the atmosphere was my favorite part. The gingham covered tables to the light wood beams covering the ceiling gave the cafe an original diner feel. I would change nothing about that place, and highly recommend adding it to your Nashville must-do list. Later on Sunday, we took a hike through Edwin Warner Park. It felt great to be outside, especially when I got to walk and chat with my best friends. Nothing beats it. We actually noticed how most of our conversations that weekend were about our pets. We love our fur babies. Later that evening, we went out to dinner to celebrate our friend Becca’s birthday. It was a wonderful and relaxing way to end the weekend.
This was my first trip to Nashville and it definitely won’t be my last. I have added links to all of the places we visited throughout the weekend. I want to go back to Friday!