Situated between Downtown, The Gulch, and West End of Nashville neighborhoods sits the Midtown and Music Row neighborhoods of Nashville. This ultra-convenient area is home to several of the biggest recording studios in town, amazing live music venues featuring up and coming artists, wonderful restaurants, and another great stretch of nightlife. Living in this neighborhood gives you accessibility to everything Nashville has to offer and puts you in the middle of what causes this great city to be affectionately known as “Music City.”
Pinnacle Furnished Suites is located in the Element Music Row building located in the heart of this neighborhood. Live in the heart of where some of your favorite artists record their albums and where some of the best up and coming artists in the world get their start.
Music Row, Midtown, and Vanderbilt neighborhoods are home to major attractions including Southeastern Conference major college athletics, some of the best live music in the world, important recording studios, and so much more.
- Centennial Park (2500 West End Avenue)– One of the largest parks close to Downtown in Nashville enjoy running, the serenity of a massive man made pond, loads of War Memorabilia,
Music Row and Midtown neighborhoods are home to major attractions including some of the best live music in the world, important recording studios, and so much more.
Historic RCA Studio B (1611 Roy Acuff Place) – Perhaps the recording studio with the most history in all of Nashville. Enjoy tours of this facility that recorded albums for Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley, Waylon Jennings, and Roy Orbison. If you love music’s past this is a must see.
Nashville Pedal Tavern (1504 Demonbreun Street) – Grab a dozen or so of your favorite people and jump on the world famous Pedal Tavern where you self-propel yourself around the best areas of Nashville while having plenty of libations.
The Upper Room Chapel and Museum (1908 Grand Avenue) – Home of the daily devotional guide this beautiful museum features Christian art. 9,000 piece stained glass window, life-size wood carvings, paintings, manuscripts, and furniture make up the permanent museum exhibits in this stunning property.
In a neighborhood that has recorded some of the greatest past and present music of all time you know you need to get out and check out the next wave of amazing artists in these live music venues.
Winners and Losers Bar and Grill (1913 Division Street)– Home to the famous, weekly, Whiskey Jam concerts, this two-door live music venue has great bar bites, the drinks keep flowing, and you get a chance to see examples of the next big thing taking the stage every night.
Tin Roof Demonbreum (1516 Demonbreun Street) – A food and drink establishment created solely to house up and coming musicians both on the stage and off, this venue is a great place to view great Nashville artists in an intimate atmosphere.
The Station Inn (402 12th Avenue South) – Better get there early as seats are first come first serve at the best place in Nashville to view live bluegrass music ever night.
Mercy Lounge (1 Cannery Row) – Very eclectic and funky venue that is home to a very interesting mix of local and touring acts that take the stage nightly
Whether it’s a great brewery, amazing brunch with live music, or amazing Mexican food Music Row and Midtown have you covered.
Taco Mamacita (1200 Villa Place) – Amazing eclectic Mexican food spot with self-proclaimed famous Margaritas and an extensive taco list that will please even the most discerning diners.
The Row Kitchen and Pub (110 Lyle Avenue) – Great rustic venue with amazing brunch and great signature burgers. Also, a great place for some whiskey or beer. Also, a great live music venue with your meal.
Tailgate Brewery Music Row (1538 Demonbreun Street) – Amazing crafter brewery and bar bites spot. Try local brews while having some amazing appetizers and lunch fare.
Hattie B’s Chicken (112 19th Avenue South) – Get here early as the most famous of all Nashville famous hot chicken spots gets a line from the moment it opens til they shut the doors. Be careful of going too hot as this chicken is no joke!!
Le Sel (1922 Adelcia Street) – An intimate French brasserie located in the heart of Midtown this beautiful restaurant features a great mix of traditional and contemporary French cuisine.
Here is a list of businesses and amenities that may be useful during your stay at Pinnacle Furnished Suites Midtown and Music Row neighborhoods.
MAPCO Mart (401 21st Avenue South) – Convenience Store Chain that has quick to-go snacks, drinks, and more. Also, this location has gas for those of you with a car.
Virginia’s Market (703 18th Avenue South) – Half convenience store and half quick bite barbeque restaurant Virginia’s market is a Midtown institution. Grab a quick meat heavy lunch or just a few much-needed items in this Nashville staple.
Twice Daily (1702 West End Avenue) – Quick stop convenience store featuring fuel and all of your gas station style items. If you need a quick snack and a fill-up stop here for all your needs.