My Girlfriendships Getaway to Music City

My Girlfriendships Getaway to Music City

Grab your cowgirl boots, hat, and best-fitting jeans. If you and your girls are looking to have a blast exploring a city on your girls weekend, look no further than the energetic streets of Nashville, Tennessee! It is the perfect place to go with a group, and it’s sure to bring out the inner 22 year old in everyone. Between all of the live music, adorable shops, and incredible dining, Nashville is sure to deliver the perfect girls weekend. (We relied on Jetsetter Mag’s expertise for this one.)

Where to Stay


  • Germantown Inn

“The charming, up-and-coming Germantown neighborhood, just north of Downtown, has gained attention thanks to its red hot food scene and cool indie B&Bs. This quaint six-suite inn is one such hidden gem, which blends a funky, colorful design with historic elements. The home’s original 19th-century architecture has been meticulously maintained, and each room—named after a former U.S. president—is filled with vintage furniture and rare goods. Yet rugs, curtains, and throws in pops of slate blue and magenta liven up the vibe, while nightly free wine hours in the courtyard or on the rooftop terrace draw in a young, vibrant crowd.” (Jetsetter Mag)


  • Rent A House or Apartment

There are so many amazing houses and apartments  available to rent through VRBO, Airbnb, or other rental sites. This can be a great option when you’re traveling with a group, because it means you can have a central, yet private space to come back to after dancing the night away--rather than having to disperse to separate hotel rooms. After all, shouldn’t a girls weekend feel like one big sleepover with your besties?

Where to Eat


  • Little Octopus

“Originally a pop-up venue, Little Octopus moved to a permanent space in The Gulch last January, where it became instantly popular for its Caribbean-inspired menu and rum-infused cocktails. The minimalist design—a bright, airy atrium of lush plants, blonde wood furniture, and pink marble countertops—mirrors the ethos behind the cooking itself, which focuses on fresh ingredients and simple but savory Southern fare.” (Jetsetter Mag)


  • Biscuit Love

“This Southern institution made waves as a food truck and has been garnering long lines since it debuted its brick-and-mortar brunch outpost three years ago. Pair the fluffy golden biscuits with fried chicken and cheddar, or shrimp and grits. Even the plain jane order of butter, jam, or sausage gravy will blow you away.” (Jetsetter Mag)


  • Henley

“For ladies' night out, head to Henley, a tapas restaurant by executive chef Daniel Gorman. The cozy interiors have personal touches, including a collection of black-and-white photos, antique gramophones, and rare books, while the family-style menu serves small plates like tempura fried squash and duck hand pies, plus shareable platters piled with chicken or short rib.” (Jetsetter Mag)


What to Do


  • Learn About Country Music History

Kick your weekend off in Nashville with a crash course in the country music culture that the city is centered on. If you’re in downtown central, the Ryman Auditorium (where the Opry actually started) and Country Music Hall of Fame are a 5-minute walk from each other. Even if you’re country-clueless, one of the best parts is looking at the old clothing that stars have worn on stage in the exhibits.


  • Spend a Night Out on the Town

After a day of museum hopping, it’s time to sit back and relax over craft cocktails at hipster-chic Pinewood Social. This trendy spot is part coffee shop, part restaurant and part bowling alley – and it’s perfect for a girls’ night out! After that, head to lower broadway, and you’ll find the Honky Tonk Highway. It’s a musical hub in Music City, and one of the coolest places to immerse yourself in Nashville’s cultural scene. Live music pours out of every open doorway on the Honky Tonk Highway, and the drinks are flowing, too. If you’re looking for a good time, you’re bound to find it here!



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