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You can now reminisce the fond memories of country music legend George Jones while gorging on delicious food with The George Jones, a restaurant named after him. Paying homage to the musician, The George Jones is an unique eatery that also houses a low-key museum with artifacts and exhibits emphasizing his contribution to the music industry. The property comprises a prettily lit dining area on the first floor and a rooftop bar offering pleasant views of the neighborhood. The menu features a selection of delectable items like Nashville Hot Chicken Cracklings and Jones famous Trip Tip Dip along with specialty drinks like Keeping Up With The Jones and Cumberland Spiked Tea. If this is not convincing enough, they host live music events seven days a week so drop in, sing along and take a detour down the memory lane.
This establishment is full of surprises. On the first floor you will find the restaurant with delicious food (the salads and the burgers are mouthwatering) and a stage - there is always good live music. On the second floor you will find different places to explore with your friends, and there is also a marvelous sushi bar. You can play vintage arcade games and watch sports big flat screens. The wine, beer and cocktails selection is available on both floors - make sure you try them. The third floor is dedicated to events, so it may not be open to the general public. And the rooftop is just beautiful; there is a dining deck where you can eat and enjoy the view of the bridge and the river. There are always big parties with DJs here as well. This place is good for all occasions: a night out with your friends, a business lunch or even a wedding.
This outdoor haven stretches along a sloping strip of land, between the Cumberland River and Nashville's downtown district. During the day people stroll the many paths, enjoy afternoon picnics on the riverbank, and ride the "Foxtrot" carousel. During the summer, the park hosts concerts and festivals, including the free Thursday night concert series 'Dancing in the District' and the annual three-day music festival in May called "River Stages".
Guests looking for luxury accommodation which also provides some of the best services need look no further than 21c Museum Hotel Nashville. Offering rooms equipped with some of the most convenient amenities, the hotel consists of a trained staff which ensures that guests have a pleasant stay here. A museum, which features an extensive collection of global and contemporary art and culture, is located on the premises, and guests can stroll about the illuminating galleries as they admire the beauty on display. Munch on some traditional Nashville cuisine at the delectable restaurant, or indulge in some self-love at the hotel's very own spa! Providing a number of spaces which cater to weddings and other private events, 21c Museum Hotel Nashville has earned several accolades for acclimating its guests with the city's culture and history, not to mention food!
Before 1779, the area known as Nashville was an uncharted wilderness. On Christmas Eve of that year, the first settlers traveled by boat down the Cumberland River and settled on this spot. The settlement became known as Fort Nashborough, from which Nashville later took its name. The present-day Fort Nashborough is the third replica of the original fort and can be visited free of charge by the visitors. It is authentic in many details and reflects the lifestyle of the frontier pioneers of the late 1700s.