Tips for a Bachelorette Party in Nashville

I planned a bachelorette party for 20 women in Nashville. Yes, 20 women. We had a great time and all returned in one piece!  Here’s what we did.
Where to stay:
Hilton Nashville Downtown: The suites sleep six people comfortably. The price per person ends up being reasonable, especially for its location. It’s less than a five minute walk from Broadway.  The only drawback is that the brunch buffet is expensive. I recommend bringing breakfast snacks to keep your hunger at bay before lunch.
Where to drink:
Tootsie’s: This bar is a Nashville institution. It’s been operating since 1960 and many up and coming country music stars drank there before hitting it big. You must stop by for at least one drink, but its fame draws a large crowd.
Big Shotz: This is off the Broadway strip so the drinks are cheaper. The music is still awesome.
Bootleggers Inn: I loved this place for day drinking. Make sure to try the different flavors of moonshine–the best drinks I had all weekend.
Other Nashville classics include:  Legends, Honkey Tonk Central, The Stage, and Tin Roof
What to do:
Pedal pub: The pedal pub is a great group activity and will introduce you to a ton of bars in Nashville. We had a great time with Nashville Pedal Tavern. It’s definitely not an easy bike ride so be prepared!  It’s also a popular activity–book it as far in advance as possible.
Buy boots:  Visit Boot Country where you can buy one pair of boots and get two pairs free!  The one pair of boots costs around US$300, so the average price is around US$100. Even if you don’t buy a pair, it’s fun to window shop.
Where to eat: 
Puckett’s Grocery and Restaurant:  This was a great restaurant to handle a large group reservation.
Rippys Bar & Grill:  Great BBQ on the Broadway strip.
Did I miss anything about Nashvegas?  Please comment below!

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