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Eats & Drinks
Fifty First Kitchen & BarFifty First Kitchen & Bar calls itself “An American bistro with Southern roots.” The menu presents just that -- a diverse collection of positively mouthwatering dishes. Serving brunch, lunch, and dinner, Fifty First Restaurant & Bar can be your new go-to hangout spot. With outdoor seating, craft cocktails, and a dog park, you can bring your furry friends along for the night.
The Nations Bar and GrillIf Cheers had a southern counterpart, it would be The Nations Bar and Grill. An auto repair shop turned restaurant, this spot offers a comfortable place to kick back and enjoy a meal. Its focus isn’t on high brow cuisine or fancy décor, but on creating a feeling of community once you walk through the door. Follow the neon sign and stay for a while!
51st DeliThis isn’t your average Mom and Pop deli. 51st Deli has a stellar menu of breakfast all day, signature sandwiches, a fresh salad bar, tacos, specialty sides, burgers, irresistible desserts, and Bongo Java coffee that will make you forego grocery shopping (we get it, adulting is hard). If you’re looking for a morning coffee run, a quick lunch break, or something delicious to take home for dinner, 51st Deli won’t disappoint.
Nicky’s Coal FiredDon’t have the funds for that trip to Italy you’re dying to take? Come visit Nicky’s Coal Fired to experience Italian cuisine that will leave you wondering if you’re really in Nashville. With the only coal-burning oven in Tennessee, Nicky’s creates pizza pies like no other. In case you were wondering, the oven’s name is Enrico, after the chef’s Italian great-grandfather.
51 North Taproom, The Hop Yard at Fat Bottom, and Harding House Brewing CompanyThe Nations has no shortage of libations. Whether you are a stout and porter fan, or you prefer ales, The Nations has you covered. 51 North Taproom, The Hop Yard at Fat Bottom, and Harding House Brewing Company boast a wide variety of beer for any occasion and every taste bud.
Pennington Distilling CompanyPennington Distilling Company, an artisan distillery, produces vodka and whiskey, alongside its most prominent product: Whisper Creek Tennessee Sipping Cream. You can book tours to see the distillery for yourself, complete with a bottle and gift shop for fun momentos.
Sips & Sweets
Fountain of JuiceGo organic at The Fountain of Juice. With an eco-friendly mindset and passion for quality ingredients, the folks at Fountain of Juice strive to provide healthy options with juices, mylks, and cleanses. Cold pressed and hand crafted, there are so many flavors to choose from: watermelon juice, laced pineapple, lemon drop, spiced apple...the list goes on and on!
Frothy MonkeyFrothy Monkey expanded with its newest location in The Nations, but you can also visit in Franklin, downtown on 5th, or in 12th South. Frothy Monkey offers popular signature drinks like Monkey Mocha, Golden Monkey, Turtle Latte, and Rosemary Honey Latte, along with a healthy dose of seasonal drinks. They also offer wine tasting events in the evening, so be on the lookout for their next wine event!
Red Bicycle Red Bicycle is known not only for its coffee selection but a variety of crepes. With three locations to choose from (The Nations, Germantown, Woodbine), you must stop in to try one of the over 40 different crepe selections, ranging from savory to sweet. Try the Maple Bacon Crepe or a Funky Monkey with peanut butter, banana, Nutella, and walnuts. Unleash your inner chef and even create your own!
Three Corners CoffeeIf you love to pair a great pastry with your coffee, check out Three Corners Coffee. This coffee shop has a no-frills, vintage décor that makes you feel right at home. With many new coffee shops veering towards cold, modern aesthetics, Three Corners Coffee offers a warm ambiance while you sip on your espresso. This locale is great for morning coffee before work and a lunchtime pick-me-up because they close at 4.
Shops & Studios
The MillSisters Allie Abide and Lauren Miller own the women’s fashion boutique The Mill. The New Orleans sisters believe in investing in their community, so they opened up the shop in the Nations with confidence that the neighborhood would grow and flourish. Well, they were right! The sisters have created affordable fashion for Nashville ladies, with most items under $100. Go check them out to add enviable pieces to your closet.
This ‘n That Thrift ShopThis shop carries a variety of gently used items, which are updated daily. This ‘n That supports Luke’s Community House, so not only are you scoring a great deal when shopping here, you’re also supporting a great cause. Looking to make an even bigger difference? You can volunteer here as well.
Project 615 West NashvilleWant to look good and feel good about your purchase? Go to Project 615 to sport Tennessee gear and help out the community in Nashville. Founders Derek Evans and Matt Blinco design Music City centric apparel, help hire those recovering from addiction/homelessness and donate funds to amazing relief efforts. So far, Project 615 has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to causes such as rehabilitating the homeless, assisting orphans, combating human trafficking, and creating clean water in Africa. Who knew a T-shirt could help change the world?