Located southwest of downtown, cornered by routes 24 and 31, The Gulch is much more than its small footprint would seem. This compact cultural hotspot gives residents the hippest spots to shop and eat at. Whether it's a Sunday coffee, dinner with your family or a few beers after work, you won't have any trouble finding exactly what you're looking for near The Gulch condo rentals in Nashville.
There are great places to get a drink in The Gulch, from specialty pubs like Hops & Craft to classy clubs like Sambuca, but anyone who wants to get a feel for drinking in the area should visit the Yazoo Brewing Company first. With a taproom, beer store and various events, you'll visit Yazoo again and again, but every new Nashville resident should start with a tour. Yazoo was started in 1993 by a nearby college student trying to make beer, and has now evolved into a Nashville institution.
For people more interested in food than beer, there are plenty of unique food options within walking distance from condos in The Gulch. If you're looking to cook, check out Turnip Truck Urban Fare for organic food and cooking supplies. If you'd prefer someone else to make your food or you're meeting up with friends, try one of The Gulch's many restaurants. The neighborhood has a little bit of everything. Kayne Prime is an upscale steak restaurant for people looking for a fine, carnivorous dining experience, while Watermark gives residents a visual and tasty Nashville experience with Southern-inspired dishes and an overview of the Nashville skyline.
Even though Nashville's Gulch neighborhood offers some of the trendiest spots for residents to spend time, like Whiskey Kitchen, there are still places like Station Inn that keep it simple. This bar doesn't get fancy on the menu, offering beer and pizza, but the live bluegrass music is the real product. The Station Inn has been the premier bluegrass club in the Music City for decades.
Even though there are so many restaurants in the area, The Gulch also has some of the hippest and hottest stores in Nashville. Two Old Hippies combines retail with performance space. The store not only sells collectibles and Music City novelty gear, but has a bus in the center of the store as well as a stage for musical shows. Other specialty stores like Lucchese, Apricot Lane and Blush Boutique anchor the neighborhood.