NASHVILLE, TN – Germantown is one of the oldest areas in Nashville. It is a place where everyone is welcomed. It has an eclectic, fun, and cheerful vibe with brick pavements, ample street parking, and more greenery than your typical urban environment.
The neighborhood is very walkable, even so, this place has everything you’ll ever need. Living options in Germantown are varied from individual houses, townhouses, duplexes, and low-rise apartments, and the living cost in this neighborhood is a bit cheaper than others, which is a good thing.
If you are a foodie living in Germantown, this neighborhood has more than 15 restaurants spreading around, such as Grillshack, Germantown Pub, Steadfast Coffee, City House, Butchertown Hall, and many more. Most of the restaurants in Germantown are closed at 10 p.m. and midnight but don’t worry, you can still get last-minute meals for pick up at some places, such as at Lazzaroli Pasta or Little Fish Company.
One of the biggest events in Germantown is the annual Nashville Oktoberfest, up to 300,000 people are expected to attend this free, family-friendly festival in Nashville’s Germantown neighborhood. Attendees will enjoy four days of food, live music, vendors, beer, and entertainment.
Germantown is also surrounded by some places to spend your weekend, such as Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, yoga studios as well as a 24-hour access gym ProVita and Poppy & Monroe nail salon and Vetiver Modern Massage.
People in Germantown have a lot of places to shop. Nashville’s Farmers Market is located just outside of Germantown. Boutiques such as ABEDNEGO, Alexis + Bolt, Bits & Pieces, Nisolo are some of the stores available in Germantown. Germantown is also filled with mural spots for some outdoor activities and pictures.
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