Nashville Food Diary

If you're wondering what I did in Nashville for two days, here's the answer: I ate. A lot. We shopped a little bit, obviously visiting Draper James, but I mostly ate my way through Nashville. It was the most fun I've had in awhile. You can see what the rest of Spring Break was like here. 

The Row

The first place we went was The Row since it was right next to our hotel. I ordered brunch because why not? I got the Uncle Kelly, which came with eggs, sausage, hashbrown casserole, and the best biscuit ever. My dad got a meatloaf sandwich, and my mom got a form of egg's benedict. I highly recommend if you want brunch. 

Pancake Pantry

Best waffle ever. Obviously the Pancake Pantry is known for its pancakes, but the waffles are not half bad. I didn't love my hashbrowns, and I honestly prefer Waffle House's hashbrowns, but everything was still good. It was in this really cool neighborhood, and if you go, get there early! A line will form quickly. By the time we left, the line was out the door and beginning to wrap around the building. 


We have Cookouts in Georgia, but I have never been to one since they're mostly on the northside of Atlanta. There was one about a block and a half from our hotel. Maybe it was because there was so much hype surrounding it, but to me, it wasn't great. I liked my hotdog and milkshake, but it wasn't the best I've ever had. However, it's super cheap and open forever, so those are so definite perks. 

The Soda Shop

This was the last place we went, and it was a nice cleanser of sorts. It was all diner style food, and it was pretty basic, which I loved. I got a turkey and swiss sandwich that was a nice plain meal after all the other food I had eaten over the past two days. 

Nashville definitely has good food, and it such a fun city!
xx, jKm

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