3 Thing To Do in Nashville: July 22-24

TGIF! If you’re looking for something to do this weekend and want to break out of your old routine here’s a three ideas of how to maximize your weekend.

1- Blue Moon Waterfront Grille : 525 Basswood Avenue, Nashville, TN 37209

IMG_4622      I honestly didn’t know a place like this existed in Nashville. Nested near the Nations (hey-oh alliteration!) Blue Moon offers some unprecedented waterfront dining in Nashville.  I suggest going at sunset because I am a sucker for sunsets and the reflection off the water is beautiful. The food is great, not your typical “marina” food and they sometimes have live music to accompany your dinner. It’s only open for the summer season so if you want to try it out don’t wait too long.

2- Music In the Vines- Arrington Vineyards 6211 Patton Rd Arrington, TN 37014


If you didn’t know that Nashville had it’s own vineyard then you really need to subscribe to my blog! Kix Brooks (formerly of Brooks & Dunn) et al opened Arrington Vineyards in 2007.  Music in the Vines is a monthly FREE event. It’s from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM Friday night and Saturday this weekend.  Even better, you get to bring your own picnic food to accompany your wine.  There are a few tables but you can also bring your own collapsible chairs and blankets to enjoy the night.

3- Nashville Flea Market-TN State Fairgrounds 625 Smith Avenue Nashville, TN 37203

The Nashville Flea Market is rated on of the top 10 Flea Markets in the country and the #1 Flea Market in TN.  It’s a fun activity and there’s always some hidden treasures for those willing to rummage through the less than exciting goods.  This month’s theme is “Vintage Galore”.

Hopefully this gives you a few ideas of how what to do with your family and friends this weekend. I hope you share lots of laughter and love this weekend so you can start fresh Monday.

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