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    If you like Asian market, there is a big one called "K&S" (http://www.yelp.com/biz/k-and-s-world-market-nashville). If you like Korean food, there are some pretty good ones (ex. Korea House. http://www.yelp.com/biz/korea-house-nashville. ex.2 Seoul Garden: http://www.urbanspoon.com/r/47/769401/restaurant/Grassmere/Seoul-Garden-Restaurant-Nashville). If you like Taiwanese Bubble tea, you can't miss "Fat Straw" (http://www.yelp.com/biz/fat-straw-nashville).

    Sorry, talking all about food cuz I am Asian : ) Except eating, there are several malls in Nashville you can go. ex. River Gate, Green Hills, Cool Springs(pretty big)

    Hope above info helps! over 6 years ago

    Answered by Crystal W via Site_iconTripping
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    Well Opryland ,the park is no more. The hotel is in business though. After the amusement park closed they built Opry Mills outlet mall and it was damaged in the flood. They say it will b open again Spring 2012. You should go see the Parthenon, the Clubs on Second Ave. The Cheekwood Estate is a very beautiful site especially decorated for the holidays. The Grand Ole Opry could be fun. over 6 years ago

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    There is a little 'speakeasy' sort of bar called the Patterson House. You would not know about it unless you were told. It has a dress code and some rules but it is an environment that is great for a date.

    Broadway downtown is where the typical stuff is. There are always great musicians down there. The Stage has great music that is a rock and country mix. The Big Bang is a dueling piano bar. There are always concerts and Predators games at the Bridgestone Arena. over 6 years ago

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    Explore and check out all the live music! Great city and lots of talent. :) over 6 years ago

    Answered by Bianca C via Site_iconTripping
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    Ever thought of zip lining? We took a trip there in Sept. Visited a place called Adventure Works...for first timers we had a blast! Even those whom were just a little apprehensive about heights admits to enjoying the experience. Try it you'll like it! over 6 years ago

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    Country music museum was interesting and the main drag with all the bars was fun. Most have performers that work for tips. No cover to get in. over 6 years ago

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    Go to the bluebird cafe and see the songwriters behind the hits perform their music over 6 years ago

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    Andrew Jackson's home, Grand Ole Opry, The second largest cave in the U.S. is a two hour drive away in McMinnville, TN and u can spend the night in it, Jack Daniel's Whiskey is made not far away from Nashville either! They have a great tour! about 6 years ago

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