In case you aren’t already suffering from crippling FOMO because you don’t live in Nashville, Tiffany Mitchell’s instagram account will certainly push you over the edge. The Nashville based tastemaker fell in love with the city when she first visited 5 years ago. “I love the community here,” she gushes. “It’s wonderfully non-pretentious. It feels like we’re a bunch of big kids pursuing our dreams, whether it be art, music, photography… really anything!” The city is currently experiencing massive growth and change, and Tiffany feels lucky to be there. “It’s definitely an exciting time. There’s been a creative boom not only in music and film, but the culinary scene is exploding.” Read on to discover Tiffany’s guide to the hottest spots in Nashville right now and start planning your trip to Music City!

Slow Hand

Slow Hand Coffee on Gallatin, it’s a new spot with a really cute well-lit interior and a delicious selection of baked goods (including a gluten-free peanut butter chocolate chip cookie that I’m obsessed with!)”

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High Garden

High Garden for it’s no-tech policy and it’s unique middle-earth style interior. Seriously, Frodo might be there. You’ll definitely want to sneak a photo of this one. A perfect place to read and try house made teas and kombucha!”

Mile End

Mile End Deli at The Fairlane Hotel downtown for it’s perfectly 1960’s interior and classic New York deli menu. Probably the only place in Nashville that serves latkes, pierogies and schmear!”

Urban Cowboy

Urban Cowboy Public House for it’s Native American/Western vibe, a meticulously well-designed space, excellent cocktail bar and year-round patio with bonfires during the cold months. Always packed!”


CURED nail salon on Gallatin. This is the prettiest salon I’ve ever been to and they do an amazing job every time. Warning: no drills and no acrylics! I go for gel manis!”

image by @tifforelie

Cafe Roze

Cafe Roze for it’s locally sourced, seasonally fresh menu and the design of the space being wonderfully reminiscent of a bright New York bistro.”


Dose on McGavock Pike for it’s proximity to my house, great coffee, amazing staff and it’s a hub for freelancers to meet and work comfortably.”

Peter Nappi

Peter Nappi’s Germantown location. This shop is STUNNING. Bring a camera, and get an espresso while you shop. All handmade leather shoes, bags and accessories and a beautifully curated home goods collection. Even if you don’t end up buying anything, you need to see it.”

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