We started our second day in Nashville touring the Parthenon. No really, it’s a full scale replica of the Athens Parthenon, except it’s in the middle of Tennessee.
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway locomotive at Centennial Park.
Donut heaven at Peace, Love, & Little Donuts in downtown Nashville.
I got chocolate chip cookie dough, samoa, and maple bacon mini donuts. Mini donuts mean I can eat 20 and feel ok about it.
The famous Loveless Cafe. The wait was TWO AND A HALF HOURS, so we just stopped, took a picture, then bounced.
A wall of famous celebrities and country music stars who have visited the Loveless.
Dessert that night from Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream, a place known for its innovative flavors and insanely creamy ice cream.
I got “Bangkok Peanut,” which was an elevated peanut flavor with thai spices and basil, and “World’s Milkiest Chocolate,” which tasted as decadent as it sounded. These two little scoops cost $5 but the ice cream was so rich, it was the perfect size.
Breakfast the next morning at Pancake Pantry, arguably Nashville’s most famous breakfast spot. This was the line at 7am.
At least they provide coffee for the patrons.
Henah’s nutella crepe. It was delicious, but nothing we couldn’t find at any creperie in NYC.
My sweet potato pancakes, however, were something really unique. They come with cinnamon cream syrup, a sugary milky housemade concoction. The pancakes had an interesting sweet & savory flavor, and mixed with the cinnamon cream syrup, they were extraordinary. Also, we shared a plate of the homefries, which were insanely good. This place is delicious but really only worth it if you get there early and beat the line!