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“Fewer Finer was born out of my love for the small but significant pieces of our lives that define who we are and what we love."
You might be in Nashville, but a trip to Little Gourmand will make you feel like you're starting your day in Paris! This authentic French patisserie stocks a tantalizing array of French gourmet grocery items, and offers French baguette sandwiches, quiches, soups and pastries. They don't open until 10am, so feel free to sleep in!
Looking for an earlier start? You can grab breakfast at Fido starting at 7am! They have something for everyone and excellent coffee.
Head over to the Yearly Co. store to check out their extensive collection of 14k bangles and catch the Fewer Finer pop-up! Next shop the boutiques and design stores around Bandywood, including Providence Interiors, Ever Alice, and Habit. Don't miss the nearby Hill Center for White's Mercantile, H. Audrey, and The Perfect Pair.
If you've worked up an appetite from all that shopping, grab lunch at Greenery Co. in Hillsboro Village. You'll find a selection of locally sourced snacks, salads, warm bowls, and sweet treats. Another delicious option is The Food Company in Green Hills - a local secret for the best soup and sandwiches!
Walk off your lunch at Radnor Lake State Park, a 1,368-acre park with 7.75-miles of trails. The park is perfect for nature enthusiasts to observe owls, herons, and waterfowl as well as many species of amphibians, reptiles, and mammals such as mink and otter. Hundreds of species of wildflowers, mosses, fungi, ferns, and other plants, as well as trees, shrubs, and vines, add to the natural ecological diversity of the area.
There are a ton of great options for dinner in the area! In Green Hills, check out Santo for modern Mediterranean, or etc. for flavors from all over the world. In Hillsboro Village, you'll find the best steak in town at E3 Chophouse. Owned by the families of former professional baseball play Adam LaRoche, and country music starts Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean, the restaurant raises its own cattle without antibiotics, steroids or added hormones on a sprawling ranch in Fort Scott, Kansas.
You can't come to Nashville without seeing some live music! Pop into the Bluebird Cafe in Green Hills for an evening show. Country songwriters often play here and there's incredible talent even on open mic nights. Tickets go on sale one week in advance or are sometimes first come-first serve so plan ahead! For more nightlife, you'll want to head downtown. Broadway is Nashville's destination for live music and honky tonk bars. Visit The Twelve Thirty Club for drinks, music and a rooftop view.