Everyone loves a girl’s getaway for a weekend, right? I know while 40-hour work weeks I just need a break and a weekend to let loose with my girls. And what better way to do it in Nashville when we’ve never been? Let me tell you Nashville was the best idea myself and the girls have ever had. Here is how you can spend the perfect girls weekend in Nashville.

Here is a play by play of my weekend in Nashville:

Day 1:

We stayed in an Airbnb in East Nashville right outside the city for starters. When we landed in Nashville we got an Uber to take us to our Airbnb. But our host wasn’t allowing us to check in until noon and it was 9 a.m. when we landed! Our Uber driver told us of a great breakfast spot in East Nashville near our Airbnb. So, we ate at The Garden Brunch Café which had specials for mimosas. It was delicious and the café was kind enough to watch our luggage.

We checked into our Airbnb and we actually took a nap because we had a 5 a.m. flight. A nap was a good idea because we got ready and headed over in a Lyft to Broadway Street. We ate dinner at some BBQ restaurant on Broadway and it was gross. On Broadway, our first night we went to The Stage which of course had live bands and it was a good time. I recommend going there to get loosened up.

Downtown Nashville

Day 2:

in Nashville, it rained and we headed over to Yazoo Brewing Company and took a tour. The tour only cost $8, but I didn’t like beer and they let me in for free. After the tour, you can hang out in their lounge to try all of their beers and hang with the locals. After that, we headed back over to East Nashville to local bars and hung out with locals most of the day. Later on, in the night we headed to Crazytown on Broadway which was an awesome time! Be aware, you will pay a lot for drinks and bartenders will make sure to put in A LOT of alcohol in drinks. We stayed here all night because it had 3 levels and outside patio where the Superman Building is right above you.

Broadway Street in Nahville

Day 3:

The girls were pretty… you know… and we took a Lyft downtown and we ate at The Old Spaghetti Factory which was pretty pricey but GOOD. After lunch, we walked around the district to explore downtown and then hopped into another Lyft to 12 South where all the shops are and the murals that everyone takes pictures of We are all guilty of doing this. After 12 South we headed over in a Lyft to East Nashville and ate dinner at Five Points Pizza which was recommended to us by literally everyone. On our way to the airport, I recommend stopping by The Pharmacy to grab lunch! Eat out on their patio too because they have a beer garden outside.

East Nashville

PRO TRAVEL TIP: We were told by our Uber driver that picked us up at the airport that Lyft is safer and cheaper than Uber in Nashville. He said he works with both of the companies and says that Lyft is a better choice for getting around.