Venue: The Pool Club Rooftop Bar
If you've ever been to Music City, you know it's a very, very popular bachelorette party destination. Good luck walking down Broadway without seeing a handful of ladies having all the fun! While downtown is a super fun place to celebrate with your bachelorette party, some of the best spots are outside of the tourist-packed downtown district.
We sat down with local, Liz Beck, to get the scoop on this city beyond downtown! Discover the best hotels, restaurants, bars and activities without stepping foot onto Lower Broadway with this weekend itinerary for the perfect Nashville bachelorette party.
Venue + Hotel: the germantown inn
4 p.m. Check-in at the germantown inn, a luxury boutique hotel in the heart of Nashville’s charming and centrally-located historic Germantown neighborhood. (Pro tip: Smaller groups can rent out all four guestrooms in the Carriage House for your own home base, or larger groups can opt for a full-property buyout for exclusive access of the entire inn, including its 10 bespoke guestrooms, Rooftop Veranda, Courtyard Terrace and Parlor.
5 p.m. Enjoy the germantown inn's complimentary Wine & Cheese Hour while the rest of your group arrives.
Restaurant: Tailor Nashville
6:30/8 p.m. Everyone’s tired from traveling so dinner will be the night’s main entertainment. Walk over to Tailor Nashville in Germantown for one of the city’s best epicurean experiences. With two seatings at 6:30 or 8 p.m., the multi-course meal guided by 2020 James Beard Semifinalist chef and culinary creator Vivek Surti is the perfect option for foodies and a great way to kick off the trip.
Fitness Studio: Barre3 Brentwood
8-10 a.m. Take advantage of the inn’s complimentary breakfast for a light bite before working off last night’s meal and jumpstarting your weekend with a private Barre3 class. A Barre3 Brentwood instructor will come to you and lead your private class in the inn's outdoor Courtyard Terrace or indoor Parlor.
10:30 a.m. Energized, showered and ready to take on the day, make your next stop The Dry House blowout salon in Green Hills to take advantage of “The Dry House Passport,” which includes three days of services to compliment your weekend’s activities. First thing: blowouts all around!
Venue: The Pool Club Rooftop Bar
Noon Visit one of Nashville’s newest restaurants Flatiron from the owners of beloved Sylvan Park restaurant answer. for a laid-back lunch in the energetic Midtown neighborhood.
1:30 p.m. Depending on the group’s preferences, there are several great options for your afternoon entertainment! For the wine enthusiasts, make a trip out to Arrington Vineyards for an idyllic afternoon in Nashville’s wine country. For whiskey fans, take a tour at Nelson's Green Brier Distillery and enjoy a tasting of Nashville’s homemade spirits. Lastly, for a relaxing pool day, rent a private cabana at the new The Pool Club Rooftop Bar at the Virgin Hotel.
Bar: Pearl Diver
6 p.m. Head back to the germantown inn for a private dinner experience with one of Nashville’s many talented chefs, such as The Chef's Market for an easy dinner party vibe or Ricey & Co for an interactive sushi making experience. The inn's team will work with local rental company Please Be Seated to provide the table, chairs and more for a picturesque dinner party in the inn's Courtyard Terrace under Italian string lights.
11 p.m. In need of a late-night bite? Grab a slice of pizza to-go from the carryout window at East Nashville staple Five Points Pizza .
Hike: Radnor Lake State Park
9 a.m. Grab breakfast at the inn again before a scenic morning hike along one of Nashville’s beautiful hiking trails, such as Radnor Lake State Park or Percy Warner Park. For groups interested in more of a stroll, visit Cheekwood Estate & Gardens to enjoy the botanical garden, arboretum and art museum’s 12 manicured gardens, 1.5-mile-long sculpture trail and sweeping vistas of Nashville’s rolling hills.
10:30 a.m. Head back to The Dry House for the second part of the passport experience: a quick touch up to your blowout. While at The Dry House, take advantage of Vida-Flo's On-the-Go service, which offers hydration infusions to help with any lingering hangovers and re-hydrate after the morning’s hike.
11:30 a.m. Enjoy brunch at beloved Nashville restaurant Josephine in the trendy 12 South neighborhood. (Pro-tip: Book the semi-private dining room for larger groups.)
Candle Bar: The Candle Bar
2 p.m. Saturday afternoon again has several great group activities. For those who want to continue the pampering, head back to the Germantown neighborhood for manicures and pedicures at natural beauty boutique Poppy & Monroe, where guests of the germantown inn receive 10% off all spa services. Other fun group activities include pouring custom candles at The Candle Bar or creating your own facial oil at the Lemon Laine Oil Bar.
4 p.m. Visit LA Jackson, one of the city’s best rooftop bars, for an afternoon cocktail and enjoy amazing city views.
Bar: Old Glory
7 p.m. Head back to the germantown inn to get ready for dinner and walk over to neighborhood restaurant 5th & Taylor, where you can sit in the expansive main room or book the private dining room for a more intimate dinner.
9 p.m. Visit a new neighborhood for cocktails and to see a different side of the city. Old Glory in Edgehill Village is a classic speakeasy with amazing cocktails and a weekend DJ playing nostalgic tunes from the ‘90s and early 2000s. If you're lucky, Quint will be working. Quint is arguably the best bartender in Nashville. For something a little more laid back, head over to Wedgewood Houston for craft cocktails at Bastion.
Brunch: lou nashville