Historic Germantown Food Tour

Quick Details

Historic Nashville Food Tour

This food tour of Nashville’s Germantown starts at the Farmers Market where you have your first restaurant tasting. We then walk through the Bicentennial Capitol Mall Park which is an outdoor museum of history, geography, and civics. Here you can see the carillon of bells where you can dance or sing if you would like! We then walk on brick sidewalks through historic Germantown, the first Nashville neighborhood, which is in the peak of redevelopment. We eat at five delicious restaurants and specialty shops, as well as a stop for a “taste” of history along the way! You’ll be full and more than satisfied by the end of our Nashville food tours!

The Food Tour

The restaurants visited depend on the day and time of your tour, subject to change.

  • B&C Barbeque (Sunday-Saturday)
  • The Cupcake Collection (Sunday-Friday)
  • Tempered Cafe and Chocolate (Tuesday-Sunday)
  • Butchertown Hall (Sunday-Saturday)
  • Steadfast coffee (Sunday-Saturday)
  • Christie Cookie (Saturdays and Mondays)
  • Waldo’s Chicken (Monday and Saturday)

The Sites

  • Nashville Farmers’ Market
  • Bicentennial Park
  • Carillon of Bells
  • Historic Germantown
  • New Baseball Stadium

 

  • Chevron down Dietary Restrictions
  • Please be sure to let us know if you, or anyone in your group, have a dietary restriction or food allergy when you purchase your tickets. With advance notice, we will do our best to accommodate your needs to the best of our, and our tasting locations’, ability.

  • Chevron down Parking
  • We do not have parking at the Farmers Market because it is 2 hour parking. The best way to
    arrive is to get dropped off in front of the market on Rosa L Parks in front of Jamaicaway Restaurant. We meet under the gazebo to the right of Jamaicaway.

    If you need to drive, you can park at the Goodwill Lifsey Building 937 HermanStreet. This link will show you where it is in relation to the Farmers Market. From there walk through the parking garage of
    the 909 Flats between 9th Ave N and Rosa L Parks, cross Rosa L Parks and then you arrive at the Farmers Market!

  • Chevron down What to Expect
  • We walk at a moderately casual pace, stopping frequently at tasting locations and neighborhood sites.