Eat, See, & Do Series: Nashville Area

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While Nashville is mostly known as the land of live music, the area has much more to offer to recent transplants and longtime locals. Comfortable temperatures and breathtaking views are only a few of the many perks Nashville natives enjoy throughout the year. From its fair share of fried food to unique landmarks, residents have easy access to a wide variety of ways to entertain themselves. Here are few things to eat, see, and do in Nashville.

EAT: Winner of the 2012 “Best New Restaurant” award, The Pharmacy Burger Parlor & Beer Garden is considered by locals as the place to go when you’re craving a real burger. The items on their menu are crafted with only the best ingredients, including 100% Tennessee-raised beef and 100% pure cane sugar in their house-made sodas. This restaurant, just minutes from Station 40 apartments, is a staple in the Nashville area during the weekend. Be sure to arrive a little early and have a soda or specialty cocktail in the cozy, heated waiting area before being seated.

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Image: The Pharmacy Burger Parlor & Beer Garden


SEE: If you’re a lover of all things ancient, take a trip to Centennial Park to experience Greek history without the hassle of booking a flight. In 1897, the replica of the Greek Parthenon was originally built for the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. In 1990, the 42-feet high replica of Athena was added. This re-creation, considered by many as the centerpiece of Centennial Park, has been used as a backdrop for a several films, including Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief.  In addition to being a popular destination for tourists and residents of Aspire Midtown, the Parthenon is also available for private events, such as business meetings and weddings.

Centennial Park

Image: Conservancy Online

DO: Once the recording home of Elvis Presley, Dolly Parton, and Willie Nelson, RCA Studio B is one of the most popular cultural attractions in Nashville. A short drive from The Cadence apartment community, this studio became famous during the 1960’s and is considered where the “Nashville Sound” was born. Characterized by sophisticated background vocals and strings, the Nashville Sound helped establish the city as a top destination for recording music.



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Station 40: Experience resort-style amenities while enjoying the lively urban atmosphere of Nashville at Station 40.



Aspire Midtown: Take in the spectacular views of Downtown Nashville, while experiencing limitless relaxation and enjoyment with the amenities at Aspire Midtown.



The Cadence: Discover the perfect combination of luxury living and attainability in the heart of the Midtown Neighborhood at The Cadence.