Nashville, Tennessee

With the rain on our heels from the night before, we couldn't get to Noshville – err, Nashville – fast enough! Not only were we excited to see Nashville (and the food!), we were equally excited to be staying in Jen and Adam's tiny house. We found the tiny house on airbnb and it turned out to be charming and the perfect home base for our stay (after eating!).

The tiny house complete with fire pit!

The Pharmacy

Our first Nashville meal! We ordered the Farm burger and the Stroganoff burger. 

Biscuit Love

The East Nasty and The Southern Benny.

Barista Parlor

There are two Barista Parlor shops in Nashville – both equally wonderful! The first one we visited was "Barista Parlor x Golden Sound". Every detail of the shop from products to presentation clearly had been curated and well thought out. It was a great place to catch up on work and have a great coffee (plus treat!).

Cool Shops and people

In our wanderings we came upon a cool little strip of shops where we met Pippin from Pony Show and Adrian from DCXV. They told us about the east Nashville area and experiences there as business owners. We were so excited we forgot to take pictures of their shops so here are images from their websites to represent them.

Husk

Finally, finally got to eat at Husk. We had tried for a while to book a table for dinner at their Charleston location to no avail. BUT we had success getting a reservation in Nashville and it was worth the wait. Great atmosphere, cocktails, and staff. And of course the food! Ben had the flat iron steak and I had the pork with a charcuterie to start.

Barista Parlor (the original)

There's only one way to pay respects to great Nashville weather and that's to have a coffee outside. The original Barista Parlor had a lovely patio where we shared a cup and one of their home made flaky pop tarts. 

Josephines

Grapefruit momosas kicked kicked off this delightful brunch at Josephines.

We've been long time admirers of Imogene and Willie so it was a real treat to see their shop in person! They make sought after blue jeans which they sell in their pretty storefront which use to be a gas station.

We've been long time admirers of Imogene and Willie so it was a real treat to see their shop in person! They make sought after blue jeans which they sell in their pretty storefront which use to be a gas station.

Hattie B's

Fried chicken. YUM!

Jeni's

What better way to end the day than at Jeni's for ice cream? 


Good bye Nashville!

We bid farewell to our tiny house chicken neighbors and began our trek to New Orleans.