A sunset view of Music City across the Cumberland River
Cooking over coals at Husk Nashville
Chef Sean Brock of Charleston’s McCrady’s and Husk delivers a table-filling chef’s tasting menu in his newest venture, Husk Nashville.
Brunch at Husk Nashville with a skillet of ember-roasted marrow, biscuits with sausage gravy, and spicy micheladas
On Broadway, home to live music, stores for cowboy boots and guitar picks, and record shops.
While in Marathon Village, Brock stops in front of a mural by Nashville artist Adrien Saporiti.
The scene at Robert’s Western World, a classic among Broadway’s famous honky-tonk bars, where musicians play and patrons dance from late morning to late night.
Chris Casello rips the guitar in a rockabilly set, and Brock orders one of his local favorites, the fried bologna sandwich with crinkle-cut fries.
Nashville on Fire
asta to share at chef Philip Krajeck’s Rolf and Daughters in the historic Germantown neighborhood of Nashville
Coffee and artifacts of Americana at Barista Parlor, where vinyl records are always playing
The bench-made creations in leather and canvas at Emil Erwin
Southern denim and other “work wear” clothing at Imogene + Willie
Cocoa beans to bars—some of the stock at Olive & Sinclair
Designer Otis James in his studio showroom
Pepper-hot fried chicken is a Nashville standard. Left: lunch at Bolton’s Spicy Chicken & Fish—when the chicken makes you sweat, there’s always mac’n’cheese and greens.
The Johnny Cash Museum is one of Nashville’s newest music attractions.
Parlour & Juke