Here's the latest scoop on Nashville bachelor & bachelorette parties:
Whether you're the bride or the maid of honor, organizing a destination bachelorette party is no small feat. Here's a quick guide to how to get everyone onboard with a Nashville Bachelorette Party!
Team Hoot headed downtown Nashville last weekend to visit The Goo Goo Cluster Shop and Dessert Bar, and what a treat it was! We took part in the Secrets of Goo Goo class to bring you the scoop on this fun (and sweet) Nashville experience.
Equal parts breakfast and lunch... on weekends we brunch. If you're an experienced brunch connoisseur, you know your favorite brunches are usually accompanied by bottomless mimosas (the ones filled to the rim with champagne and topped off with just a splash of OJ).With so many delicious brunch options in Nashville, we've narrowed down a list of restaurants that are serving up both brunch AND bottomless cocktails on the weekends!
Here at Hootenanni, we put our heads (and our shot glasses) together to come up with a list of the BEST spots to hit on Broadway and turned it into a classic bar crawl bingo card game that's the perfect addition to any night out on the town with your girls.
If you’re planning a bachelorette party and were thinking your little sister could tag along, then you thought right. We’re here with a list of places, activities, and experiences to do in Nashville if you aren’t 21. And the best part? Some of these are even included in our Hootenanni party packages.
When planning a trip to Nashville (whether that be a destination bachelorette party, birthday weekend, or a quick getaway) the obvious choice is to pick a weekend. However, if you're looking for a more unique and authentic Nashville experience we're going to let you in on a well-known local secret... Midtown Nashville comes alive on Monday nights.
Rooftop bars are hitting peak popularity and popping up all over Music City. The first to arrive to the party was the Hard Rock Cafe back in 2010, followed by Rock Bottom Brewery and ACME Feed & Seed in 2013 and 2014. Since then, over ten more rooftops have opened their doors and raised the roof, attracting both local clientele and tourists. Here is a list of all of the rooftops Nashville has to offer in the downtown and surrounding areas!
Country music star and American Idol favorite Kellie Pickler is hosting a brand new talk show, Pickler & Ben, with Emmy-winning television personality Ben Aaron. The highly-anticipated show is produced by none other than Faith Hill and will feature the trendiest topics in lifestyle and entertainment, from cooking how-tos to decorating DIY demos. And the best part? YOU and your bachelorette party crew can join the fun too!
The easiest way to get around Nashville's unique neighborhoods is by using Lyft or Uber. Both ride-share companies are especially useful if you're not interested in renting a car, if you're traveling in a group, or if you plan on elevating your fun with the consumption of adult beverages. Essentially, with the click of a button a personal chauffeur will pick you up and drop you off at the destination of your choice... and the best part: it's totally affordable.
Here in Nashville, it's well-known that our city is currently a hot tourist destination, especially for bachelorette parties. With Nashville being within a day's drive of half the country's population, it's no surprise that Music City is full of visitors from all over everywhere!
Once upon a time, bachelorette parties took place just days before the wedding. With the growing popularity of destination bachelorette parties, that timeline doesn't necessarily hold true. So, the question persists, when should you plan your bachelorette party?
In the near future, Nashville will play host to a plethora of exciting new ventures, from themed bars to sports complexes to delicious restaurants. We’re here to tell you what you have to look forward to – and you just might even find that these experiences make their way to your bachelor(ette) party itinerary.
Las Vegas, step aside. There's a new city on the radar for bachelor(ette) parties and it's none other than Nashville, TN. We're unsure of exactly when bachelor(ette) parties became a phenomenon in Nashville, but let us assure you, they are a phenomenon indeed.