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Bellevue

Just outside of Nashville is a hot-spot for antiquing, hiking, and delectable southern dining. Bellevue is the perfect town to spend a day or four, if you’re heading to Music City.

See & Do

Edwin Warner Park and Percy Warner Park are collectively known as Warner Parks. These two gorgeous parks are adjacent to each other, and are located just under ten miles from downtown Nashville. Combined, they are the largest municipal parks in the state. They offer a variety of activities, including hiking trails, cross country courses, and an equestrian center. The perfect scenic route for joggers and bikers, cars are also able to drive through the park. The parks offer a variety of trails for running and biking. Cars can drive through the park as well. The parks are also home to the celebrated Iroquois Steeplechase and two golf courses. A treasure of Tennessee, they’re perfect for any outdoor activity all year round.

Eat

Loveless cafe is more than their world famous biscuits and jam, but that alone is enough to keep the long-standing establishment hopping. Locals and visitors flock to the cafe for history, mouth-watering fares, and some of the south’s best pies. Music City Roots keeps feet tapping in the barn on Wednesday night, and familiar famous faces are often picked out in the crowd.

Party

Formerly the Bellevue Pub, this hangout offers an affordable happy hour and live music. Each night caters to a different musical taste: rock, country, jazz or bluegrass, offering something for everyone every day of the week. While the performers rock out, customers take advantage of the multiple dart boards, pool table and video games. More than a great hangout, they also serve some of the best cheeseburgers in town.

Stay

Clean, quiet and comfortable, the Bellevue Hampton Inn is the perfect place to stay. They offer a fitness area, pool, in room refrigerator, and continental breakfast. With their friendly staff and close proximity to Nashville, they offer luxury at the right price.

Shop

The south is known for its estate sales and diving antique market. At Bellevue Antique Mall, shoppers are treated to a cornucopia of vintage and fine goods. If you’re in the market for baubles, whoosits, and trinkets galore – this reputable antique all should be a must on your to-visit list.

Originally published by 10best.com

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parks

  • Bellevue Park
  • Harpeth River Greenway
  • Hidden Lakes State Park
  • Newsom’s Mill Harpeth River State Park

restaurants

  • Pizza Perfect
  • Voodoo Gumbo
  • Bellevue Diner
  • Crumb de la Crumb
  • Loveless Cafe
  • City Limits Bakery and Cafe
  • Jonathan’s
  • Antonio’s of Nashville
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shopping

  • Bellevue Place
  • Bellevue Plaza
  • Vintage Market Nashville
  • Tickled Pink Consignment
  • Jollifrogs

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