Headed to Music City for the Game? Where To Eat, Drink, and Be Merry.

The New England Patriots are headed to Nashville this weekend for a 1PM (12PM CST) matchup on Sunday afternoon with the Tennessee Titans. And with a loyal following, we know there will be a bunch of Patriots fan headed to Music City for the game and of course to check out the scenes of Broadway, Music Row and more. If you’re headed down to Nashville and this is your first time, well, we got your back! Here are some places to eat, drink, and things to do while you’re in town for the game.

Places To Eat:

Nashville Hot Chicken:
The OG – Prince’s
Popular Spots: Arnold’s Country Kitchen and Hattie B’s

BBQ: Martin’s “West Tennessee Whole Hog”

Tried and true options – can’t go wrong with biscuits at
Loveless Cafe and pancakes from the Pancake Pantry. And brunch at the Sutler.

Ice Cream: Jeni’s is the go-to spot for ice cream in Nash. Their fall flavors include Sweet Potato with Torched Marshmallows and Pumpkin 5-Spice.

Places To Drink:

Bars owned by country artists:

Florida Georgia Line’s FGL House (Veterans and Active Military receive a free appetizer from 11 am – 4 pm)

Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row

Jason Aldean’s Kitchen and Rooftop Bar (Veterans and Active Military receive a free appetizer from 11 am – 4 pm)

Luke Bryan’s 32 Bridge (Veterans and Active Military receive a free appetizer from 11 am – 4 pm)

Blake Shelton’s Ole Red

Alan Jackson’s AJ’s Good Time Bar

Something For The ‘Gram:

Murals – “I Believe in Nashville,” “What Lifts You” wings, “Make Music Not War,” and many more.

Pedestrian Bridge

Pinewood Social

Le Sel


Happening This Weekend:  

On Saturday night, head to Frisky Frog’s for the official pre-game party with appearance by Pat Patriot, Patriots cheerleaders, and more! There will also be giveaways including autographed items. Party is from 6-8:30 CST. Get there early for a performance by our buddy Timmy Brown starting at 5:15.

Music City 5K

Nashville Half Marathon, Marathon, and 5K

Music City Yoga Festival

Yoga + Brews  

Sip TN Wine Festival

Brunch & Bloodys at the Union Station Hotel

Making Merry Berry Hill Street Festival


The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum current exhibits include ‘Little Big Town: The Power of Four’ and ‘Outlaws & Armadillos: Country’s Roaring 70s.’ You can check out the full list here.

Tour the Ryman or catch a show at the Opry. The backstage tours are fantastic! And there are some great shows planned for this weekend at the Ryman with performances from Luke Combs, Scotty McCreery, Thompson Square, Craig Morgan and MORE! Head to their website for tickets and more info!