We thoroughly enjoyed the Franklin on Foot southern food tour. If you have never been on a food tour and you like trying new foods, meeting new people, and exploring cities, then I highly recommend this tour!
I recommend the downtown Nashville Broadway Brewhouse, and I highly recommend bringing your appetite because they will not disappoint. (Unless you order pizza and don’t like it super cheesy!) Here’s our review of the food and atmosphere at Broadway Brewhouse downtown Nashville.
I love Thai food but I refuse to just blindly pick a Thai restaurant! I asked some of my friends who have lived in Nashville for quite awhile where I could go for awesome Thai food. Jasmine Thai in Cool Springs came highly recommended. Here’s my review.
I’ve been wanting to visit the Nashville Farmers’ Market for quite some time now. I’m so glad I finally got that chance! Here’s what it’s like at the Nashville Farmers Market — and the adjoining Market House and Flea Market.
If you haven’t eaten at a Firehouse Subs yet, then run — don’t walk — to the nearest location. This is no ordinary sub shop. In addition to its unique history and remarkable community service, the first thing that makes Firehouse Subs so unique is the ambiance. It speaks of patriotism and heroism.
The newest business to open in Franklin’s historic downtown is Sweet Cece’s. They offer self serve yogurt with flavors that change weekly. Here’s a review of my first visit to Sweet Cece’s Frozen Yogurt & Treats.
At Maggie Moos, first you pick your ice cream. Next, you pick the mix-ins — candy, fruit, or nuts. Then, they take your treat combo to the cold marble top and fold everything together by hand. See why I like Maggie Moo’s best.