Thomas Rhett’s Guide to Nashville
The 2016 Single of the Year CMA winner teamed up with Budweiser to share his favorite spots in Music City.
The 50th Annual CMA Awards show is officially in the books. Big winners of the night included Garth Brooks (Entertainer of the Year), Carrie Underwood (Female Vocalist), Chris Stapleton (Male Vocalist), Little Big Town (Vocal Group), Brothers Osborne (Vocal Duo), Eric Church (Album – Mr. Misunderstood), Maren Morris (New Artist), Lori McKenna (Song – Humble and Kind), and Thomas Rhett (Single – Die A Happy Man).
Before the show, Rhett participated in a Facebook Live Q&A with Travel & Leisure where he talked about his favorite places to eat, drink and have fun in Nashville. Whether you live in Music City or are planning a trip there, be sure to check out these Hometeam favorites:
- Bluebird Cafe: The famous spot made even more famous by the hit tv show Nashville.
- Station INN: A drop-in favorite as stars head in to pick-up a guitar and raise a cold one.
- Ryman Auditorium: Known as the Mother Church of Country Music.
- The Villager Tavern: Known as one of the best dive bars in Nashville with signature dart boards and live music.
- Two Old Hippies: A vintage inspired all-American clothing depot.
- Lucchese: Premiere boot maker of the south.
- Ceri Hoover Handbags: Leather accessories.
- Draper James: Reese Witherspoon’s flagship southern lifestyle store.
- White’s Mercantile: General Store for the modern day tastemaker.
- Hattie B’s: Known for its hot chicken this is a not to be missed Thomas Rhett approved lunch spot.
- Brown’s Diner: Local diner serving up burgers for over 85 years.
- Crema Coffee: A sustainable coffee shop for Nashville’s discerning coffee drinkers.
- Pinewood Social: A new “social club” praised for accommodating patrons needs morning, noon and night.
- bartaco: Famous for tacos and tequila, this place offers upscale street food with a coastal vibe.