Man Trip 2013-14 - Nashville Edition

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  1. GarrettC

    GarrettC Registered User

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    Hello Preds fans, myself and 7 friends will be coming to Nashville for the November 28th and 30th games against Philly and Edmonton. Looking for advice on restaurants for drinks and food before/after the games as well as things to check out in the city. Any recommendations are appreciated.
     
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    Check out the visitors thread pinned above. I would check with individual places, it is Thanksgiving weekend so places may have altered hours.
     
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    I made the following post for a Leafs fan before our game last week. Get breakfast at Pancake Pantry; also the Tavern in midtown is fantastic for brunch and good drinks.

     
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    kypredsfan Smashville Subban

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    Go to the arena and you can't miss it. Bars and restaurants everywhere. You won't go hungry or sober.
     
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    On game nights, you can literally just get there a few hours before the game, go to Broadway, and just decide whatever you want. The arena is at 5th and Broadway. Broadway from 1st to 5th avenues is lined with almost entirely music bars and restaurants. As is 2nd Avenue. Anytime anyone asks, I tell them to go to Paradise Park (4th and Broad). With Thanksgiving being the 28th it won't be a normal night, but as the Preds are playing, the places should mostly be open.
     
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    If you want a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, they'll have it at the Downtown Hilton (right across the street from arena) and the Renaissance Hotel. I'm sure they'll have it at others, those were just the ones I found online advertising it.
     
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    Thanks for the feedback, I didn't notice the pinned thread.
     
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    Nasvhille is on the list of places I wanna visit but I should probably get a job first. Trips are expensive :laugh:

    But tell us how it goes.
     

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