Charlie Daniels Museum
The Charlie Daniels Museum is less museum and more gift shop, hawking everything from bacon-scented air fresheners to T-shirts bearing...
The historic 2nd Ave N business area was the center of the cotton trade in the 1870s and 1880s, when most of the Victorian warehouses...
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
'Honor Thy Music' is the catchphrase of this monumental museum, reflecting the near-biblical importance of country music to Nashville's...
Bb King's Blues Club
Watch live jazz and blues in this downtown cathedral of sound, complete with stained-glass windows and folk-art portraits of the...
In a renovated 19th-century hotel in the heart of the District, this clubby bistro has gleaming parquet floors, white tablecloths and a...
Margot Cafe information
Lonely Planet review
This newcomer to the low-profile East Side does rustic French and Italian cuisine with great sophistication - think goat cheese ravioli, locally raised braised lamb, Riesling ice cream. The small restaurant, with exposed brick and yellow walls, is cozy and casually romantic. Menus change daily.