The Fairgrounds Nashville
The Fairgrounds Nashville is the ideal site for meetings, conferences, trade shows and special events of all sizes for meeting planners or show promoters.
Home to the Tennessee State Fair in September, but more importantly, home to the Nashville Flea. The 4th weekend of every month (3rd weekend in December) the fairgrounds is host to a variety of vendors with antiques, vintage, junk, and more. This is one of my absolute favorite things to do in…
Home of the Nashville Flea Market each fourth weekend of the month, considered one of the top ten flea markets in the country.
Check out their monthly flea market....it’s huge so wear your walking shoes and catch an Uber ride.
“Vintage, quaint, off the beaten path, GREAT and cheap food. You'll enjoy the little biscuits! ”
“Smokin Thighs: Also located in Wedgewood, build your own Hot chicken, thighs and wings. Must have the baked potato salad or pimento Mac n cheese. Draft selections include the delicious, but dangerously strong Kentucky Bourbon Ale. Lots of TVs for watching sports!”
“Find seafood and southern fare from chef Nathan Duensing in stunning digs at Marsh House, on the bottom level of the Thompson Nashville Hotel. Seafood-heavy menu highlights include barbecue shrimp, shrimp toast, and arancini, alongside hearty bowls of gumbo and redfish with sweet onion soubise. ”
“This twin-screen drive in is open year round, unlike most theaters. Each screen has a double-feature each night, and the location is perfectly tucked away from the city to give you a great, dark, and old-school experience that’s hard to find elsewhere. It’s locally owned and very well-kept, giving you a blast from the past, without feeling like you’re actually stuck in the past.”