320. Patio Dining in Nashville

It’s spring, which means it’s officially patio weather, right? This weekend, get out and enjoy the outdoors. Start your day with a hike at Percy Warner, Radnor Lake, or if you are feeling really aggressive: try running the stairs at the Belle Meade entrance to Percy Warner. After all that exercise, it’ll be time to kick back and relax. Choose any one of Nashville’s great neighborhoods to do some more exploring, shopping, and people-watching. Next, check out one of Music City’s best patios for a meal under the sun. Enjoy the nice Nashville air, share some laughs with friends, and take in a beautiful Music City sunset. Sounds like a pretty perfect day to us, enjoy!  

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320. Patio Dining in Nashville

319. Eleven Things To Do This Week In Music City – March 22-29

Free day at Ryman Auditorium, unlimited samples of chili, and more make up Nashville’s event calendar this week. See below for the upcoming events, a Nashville restaurant, and upcoming concerts. Don’t forget to look at what will occur the following week in Music City


Ryman Auditorium will host a free community day for Tennessee residents on March 26. Those who RSVP are entered in for a chance at free Little Big Town tickets. Find out more about the giveaway.

On March 27, Acme Feed & Seed will host Acme Radio’s monthly songwriter series, Acme Unplugged. This month features Donnie Fritts, Scott Boyer, and Spooner Oldham. visitmusiccity.com/acmeunplugged

The Nashville Chili Festival features unlimited chili samples and live music. The event takes place at the Basement East on March 26. nashvillechilifestival.com

Kevin Pollak will perform at Zanies Comedy Night Club March 25-26. zaniesnashville.laughstub.com

You may see The Bodyguard at TPAC March 21-26. tpac.org

The Nashville Ballet will perform with the Nashville Symphony at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center on March 24. nashvillesymphony.org

The Nashville Symphony will perform a special sensory concert for children with autism and those with disabilities that cause sensory sensitivities on March 25. nashvillesymphony.org

You may enjoy the tastes and traditions of Southern France & Provence during the Parthenon’s next Sip & Savor on March 29. theconservancy.bigcartel.com

Nashville Repertory Theatre’s next production will be A Raisin in the Sun starring Eddie George and happening at TPAC March 25-April 22. nashvillerep.org

Trey Parker’s, co-creator of South Park and The Book of Mormon, Cannibal! The Musical comes to TPAC March 24-26. tpac.org

Tin Pan South, the world’s largest songwriter festival, begins March 28th and lasts until April 1st. The event features 360 songwriters at 92 shows in 10 different Music City venues. Some of this year’s songwriters include Aaron Barker, Charles Esten, Clare Bowen, and Josh Thompson. visitmusiccity.com/tinpansouth


March Madness continues and we know a great spot to watch the games: M.L. Rose Craft Beer & Burgers. This lovely place is known for their amazing all natural beef specialty burgers, a great selection of beer, large patio, and TONS of HDTVs perfect for watching the games in Music City. The have multiple locations in Nashville. Check them out at: mlrose.com.


Dinosaur Jr. @ Cannery Ballroom – March 23
Martin Barre of Jethro Tull @ City Winery Nashville – March 23
Steve Miller Band @ Ryman Auditorium – March 24-25
Grand Ole Opry ft. Carrie Underwood @ Grand Ole Opry House – March 24-25
Peter Frampton Raw: An Acoustic Tour @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center – March 26
Tin Pan South @ Throughout Nashville – March 28-April 1


See below for a couple events in the coming weeks.
Southern Women’s Show Nashville @ Music City Center – March 30-April 2
Wine Festival & Tasting Registration @ Bridgestone Arena – March 31
An Evening with Jack Daniels @ Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse – March 31
Edgehill Rocks @ Edgehill Village – April 1
Awesome April @ Throughout Nashville – April 1-30
First Saturday Art Crawl @ 5th Avenue of the Arts – April 1
Under the Streetlamp @ TPAC – April 2

And so much more.

319. Eleven Things To Do This Week In Music City – March 22-29

318. A Look Inside: Peter Nappi

Recently, we had the privilege of touring Peter Nappi, Nashville maker Phillip Nappi’s stunning leather footwear and goods showroom located in historic Germantown. Phillip Nappi established the company in 2011 and named it after his late grandfather. Prior to opening, Nappi moved his wife and young daughter to Italy for a few years, so he could learn the art of shoemaking. Fun fact: He had no idea his grandfather (whom he had never met) was also in the shoemaking business until he arrived in Italy. All his products are designed in Nashville, handmade in Tuscany, and built to age beautifully with time. The Nashville showroom, a former meatpacking warehouse, is a work of art itself, complete with exposed brick walls, high ceilings and a bar where guests can enjoy a cocktail while they shop around. Check out peternappi.com for some serious shoe envy. Or, better yet, visit the shop to experience it for yourself!


318. A Look Inside: Peter Nappi

317. Niki Taylor Exhibit

This year marks major anniversaries for nine of Nashville’s most iconic music establishments. It is also a milestone year for supermodel Niki Taylor, as she celebrates her 15th year of calling Nashville home. To commemorate the landmark events, Ms. Taylor partnered with each institution to celebrate the anniversaries through art.

A photography exhibit, including the below photos and more, will be on display in the C Concourse of the Nashville International Airport, beginning March of 2017. Do not miss it on your way into (and out of) town.


317. Niki Taylor Exhibit

316. Sunday Funday with the Fisk Jubilee Singers

Looking to make this Sunday Funday epic? Then you need a ticket to tonight’s concert at Ryman Auditorium. Nashville’s Fisk Jubilee Singers will take center stage for the venues 125th Anniversary this evening. Special guests The Fairfield Four, Lee Ann Womack, Ruby Amanfu, Rodney Atkins, and more are set to perform, too. This will be an unforgettable night at a historic Nashville venue. Get tickets.


316. Sunday Funday with the Fisk Jubilee Singers

314. Tennessee State Museum Needs Your Help

Be a part of history! The Tennessee State Museum is asking locals for their family photos from the Civil War. The images will be part of a new exhibit which is currently under construction. So, go through those old trunks and boxes in your attic this weekend and see if you can add anything to the exhibit. 

If you would like more information head to: visitmusiccity.com.


314. Tennessee State Museum Needs Your Help

313. New Restaurant in Sylvan Park – answer

15327369_1370744152949445_4578370525804652343_n.jpgSylvan Park is gaining a new restaurant called answer. Nope, that’s not a typo. The name is all lower case. And don’t worry. We’re not going to do the cliche “it’s the answer to all your needs.” But we will tell you that it is going to be a high-end, approachable restaurants for friends and families serving a menu with items ranging from $5 to $30. Some of the items include Asian inspired arancini, Mediterranean roasted octopus, and tostones with house-made chicken chorizo. They hope to be open April 4. Mark your calendar and get ready for some good eating.

Find more at: answerrestaurant.com.
Address is 132 46th Avenue N.

313. New Restaurant in Sylvan Park – answer