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Wyndham Vacation Resorts-Nashville timeshare rentals and vacation condos put you close to many of the city's most visited areas. The famous Opryland Hotel, Music Valley complex, Antique Toy Museum, "Sidewalk of the Stars," Opry Mills and a great selection of restaurants are all "just up the road a piece."
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"Heralded as Music City, U.S.A., and the country-music capital of the world, Tennessee's fast-growing capital city also shines as a leading center of higher education, appropriately known as the Athens of the South. Nashville has prospered from both labels, emerging as one of the South's most vibrant cities in the process. The Gaylord Entertainment Center (formerly Nashville Arena), a 20,000-seat facility spanning three blocks at 5th and Broadway, opened in 1996. Connected to the city's convention center by a tunnel, the Arena hosted the U.S. Figure Skating Championship in 1997. A successful drive to land both a National Football League and a National Hockey League franchise, coupled with a population gain that has pushed Nashville ahead of Memphis, has put Nashville into the major leagues of American cities.

Nashville's Grand Ole Opry radio program, which began as station WSM's Barn Dance in 1925 and thrived throughout the Great Depression right into today's MTV years, established the town as a music center. The Opry now performs in a sleek $15 million Opry House. An infusion of new talent is attracting another generation of fans. The Opry is still as gleeful and down-home informal as it was when ticket holders used to jam into the old Ryman Auditorium.

Bolstering Nashville's reputation as a music town are dozens of clubs, performance stages (including the revitalized Ryman), and television tapings open to the public, as well as memorials to many country-music stars. The District, the downtown area along 2nd Avenue and historic Broadway, has emerged as a destination for tourists and locals alike, with restaurants, specialty shopping, and entertainment options. And, of course, legendary Music Row continues to beckon aspiring singers, musicians, and songwriters with stars in their eyes and lyrics tucked in their back pockets.

Much of Nashville's role as a cultural leader, enhanced by the presence of the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, is derived from the presence of 16 colleges and universities, two medical schools, two law schools, and six graduate business schools. Several, including Vanderbilt University, have national or international reputations, and many have private art galleries. As ancient Athens was the ""School of Hellas,"" so Nashville, where a full-size replica of the Parthenon graces Centennial Park, fills this role in the contemporary South. The historic sites throughout the city—such as the Hermitage, Belle Meade Plantation, and Travellers' Rest—add another dimension."

Discover the 1808 Grille, a brilliant new Nashville restaurant -- ideal for corporate lunches, private dining, romantic dinners or relaxed evenings out. At once elegant, casual, familiar but unique, 1808 Grille is the ideal place to meet, dine and linger. Marvel at a décor of woods and rich shades of green, blue and white. We like to call it an "organic color palette" – and it´s as unique and vibrant as our menu, one of the city´s best. Savor New American cuisine, which blends traditional dishes with global flavors. Prime meat and sustainable seafood entrees are enhanced with chutneys, aiolis and vinaigrettes to create a delectable array of flavors and textures … while farm fresh produce from local growers and signature side dishes add the perfect complement. Accompany your meal with a cocktail from the bar or a vintage from our celebrated wine display, featuring local and international favorites. Centrally located in West End / Midtown, 1808 Grille has emerged as one of the best Nashville restaurants.
"Welcome to Athens family restaurant, serving you traditional Greek and American cuisine that’s good enough to receive your Greek grandmother’s blessing and satisfy American appetites. Our meals are prepared with fresh ingredients and cooked to perfection. Try one of the daily lunch or dinner specials with a cup of our famous avgolemono soup. Voted Nashville’s number one breakfast restaurant, we’re sure our selections will make you want to throw your empty plate on the floor and yell Oopa! As much as the owners appreciate your support, they would rather you order seconds than charge you for broken plates. And for those nights you’re up late, we’re open twenty-four hours a day Thursday through Saturday. Did we mention that Guy Fieri, host of the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-In’s, Dives paid us a visit recently? It’s true. We’ll be featured on his show in the near future. Remember, we’re the place where you can experience a piece of Greece without leaving Nashville.To all of our customers, thank you for choosing Athens Family Restaurant, we will always be here to satisfy our customers the best way we can!"
The Capitol Grille is a celebrated and award-winning venue. Superbly appointed in an understated style of traditional elegance, the hotel's restaurant has hosted some of America's most noted individuals while serving as a gathering place for Nashvillians. Using the freshest regional ingredients, Executive Chef Tyler Brown prepares a memorable celebration of creative southern cuisine for every occasion with an emphasis on certified Tennessee Black Angus Beef and game, market fresh seafood, and the freshest and best available local products. Located in what was originally the main dining room, and then a private men's club in the historic Hermitage Hotel, the restaurant's traditional ambiance and refinement complement creative luncheon and dinner menus, an exclusive wine list, and impeccable service.
F. Scott’s Restaurant & Jazz Bar features Nashville’s finest contemporary American cuisine in a setting that combines the comfort of a neighborhood restaurant with flair and sophistication. With more than 300 wine selections and a menu that boasts the finest seasonal fare, F. Scott’s is a restaurant for all occasions, all the time. Located in the heart of Green Hills, F. Scott’s presents live jazz six nights a week, and is a smoke-free restaurant.
"Located in historic Germantown, Germantown Café has become a reliable fixture on Nashville's dining scene by offering fresh, creative cuisine at reasonable prices, as well as a fully-stocked bar and an amazing view of the Nashville skyline. Conveniently located just blocks north of downtown and LP Field, the Café is a perfect choice for a pre-theatre dinner, a casual night out on the town, or brunch before the big game. And one look at the sleek and sexy interior lets you know it's the perfect spot for extra-special occasions as well, with plenty of private dining space for just about any event. Germantown Café's kitchen specializes in straightforward traditional cooking with a subtle twist—but don't worry, there's no fusion confusion on display here. Whether you choose the signature Plum Pork, a char-crusted New York strip with garlic mashers, or plump juicy crabcakes, you'll lick your chops with every bite."
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" Located on Highway 100 in Nashville Tennessee at the Northern Terminus of the Natchez Trace Parkway, the Loveless Cafe remains unchanged in the quaint country charm and good cooking that has made it a landmark in the South since its doors opened over half a century ago. Nationally acclaimed and frequented by celebrities, world travelers and local appetites alike, the Loveless Cafe serves up award-winning country ham and red eye gravy, real Southern-fried chicken, and Nashville's favorite scratch biscuits with homemade preserves cooked right in the kitchen. The Loveless story has been told the world over, from Gourmet Magazine and Bon Appetit to U.S. News and World Report, CBS Television, and People Magazine. Come discover Loveless for yourself, and experience Southern dining and hospitality at their best. "
Specialty Foods/Delis
Marché Artisan Foods is a European-style cafe and marketplace serving breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner and more. We invite you to join us for drinks, light fare or a full meal, or select from our prepared menu & grocery to take home or share with friends.
Southern/Soul Food
Monell's features great southern food served family style in a historic setting. All meals are served with our famous skillet fried chicken, meats of the day, several hot southern vegetables, salads, drink, dessert and biscuits. All you care to eat. Food served communal style, first come, first served.
"Acorns hold a unique and age-old heritage as a sign of warmth and hospitality in the South. To many early travelers in the southeastern United States, an acorn worked into the architecture of a home or estate was an invitation to take a break from journeying and come inside to a welcome environment. There, a weary traveler could enjoy the comforts of food, drink and a place to rest. As a restaurant, The Acorn operates in keeping with the age-old roots of the symbol for which it is named. Through our atmosphere, service and food, we strive to be a purveyor of welcome, warmth and hospitality for all who enter our doors. As in generations past, The Acorn stands here, in Nashville’s West End, as a haven of welcome and hospitality for all to enjoy."
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