Hi everyone! Are you ready for another #NashLikeALocal post?
I’ve saved the best part for last….dessert! Throughout the month, I’ve shared my favorite places to meet for coffee, the best vegetarian spots in town, and where to go for a uniquely Nashville, live music experience. Lindsey at Handmade Healthy has shared the best happy hours in town, reservation-worthy restaurants, the best places to get fit, and Nashville-made goods you shouldn’t leave town without.
We really love this city, and it’s been so much fun writing and sharing with you all! I hope you’ve enjoyed the posts and feel prepared for a trip to Music City. I’ll be sharing just one more Nashville-centric post next week so stay tuned 🙂
Who’s ready for a treat?
Treats to try: The Original Goo Goo, The Supreme Goo Goo, The Peanut Butter Goo Goo
Find them: 116 3rd Avenue South
Nearby: Country Music Hall of Fame, Acme Feed & Seed, Etch, Bakersfield Tacos, Cumberland Park
Treats to try: Avocado paleta, Pineapple Chili paleta, Mexican Caramel paleta
Find them: 2911 12th Avenue South
Nearby: Burger Up, Frothy Monkey Coffee, Sevier Park, Imogene + Willie, White’s Mercantile
Treats to try: Any variety of their 100 Layer Doughtnuts (aka Cronut)
Find them: sold at Barista Parlor (Gulch location), Ugly Mugs
Nearby (Barista Parlor location): Lucchese Boots, Two Old Hippies, The Turnip Truck
Treats to try: Cinnamon Chili, Salt & Black Pepper, Coffee Bean
Find them: sold at Southernaire Market, The Turnip Truck, Acme Feed & Seed, or visit their factory 1628 Fatherland Street
Nearby (O&S factory): Five Points Pizza, Barista Parlor, Shelby Park, High Garden Tea
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