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We appropriately started our first full day in Nashville at the Loveless Cafe, which was to be one of our favourite spots. We ate well and were assigned the perfect table, right at the front of the restaurant, so that James could make eyes at nearly everyone who wandered by. He may have eaten a hushpuppy or two! We chatted with the smokehouse …
Wedding events continued in earnest today. We started the day with a walk with Betty & Don around the gulch (we found the area definitely looks better by night, and busy streets and traffic render it not the best choice for a casual stroll!) and enjoyed lunch in a pub not far from the hotel. The burgers were delicious.
It was a good …
In the evening, Nelly & Don's true babysitting duties started, as Marsha and Brendan went to the Drummond's wedding party at Icon in the Gulch, an enormously tall apartment building with a stellar entertaining space at the top with views across Nashville. Drinks were flowing and the food was traditional Southern while still managing to be …
May 18th, Sunday, Tony and I decided to Urban Hike today again in Nashville. So, after we made a couple stops and we ended up here...Loser's Bar and Grill on the West Side off Broadway near Vanderbilt University.
... particularly as far as Jack Daniels is concerned. It is now owned by the Jack Daniels Distillery and is actually run by Jack's great grand niece, Lynne Tolley, although she never met Jack as he died back in 1911, aged 61. Lynne took over running the restaurant when Miss Mary Bobo herself died in 1983 aged 102. Good knock that ! We, along with a number of others waited for the bell to ring and be called up for lunch by our hostess. Ding-a-feckin-ling - there it is ! ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHutton Hotel Nashville
Location not great for those seeking the strip. Service patchy. Rooms fine, but no bathtub!
If you're into the music, I'd suggest staying on the strip instead. I've learned that "shuttles into town," which sound so great when you're comparing prices and rationalising a discount, are the bane of my existence, something to be avoided in the future.
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