Show Some Love for the Local Entrepreneurs
Since the 1800s, Nashville has maintained a Farmers’ Market. Over the past centuries, of course, things have changed. Locations have shifted, products have improved. No one uses wagons to transport their wares any more. Now, the Nashville Farmers’ Market spans 16 acres of urban land. Seven days a week, visitors can commune with local farmers, artisans, and merchants. If you come hungry, you can enjoy everything from chess pies to crepes, barbecue to buttercake.
In the interior Market House, you’ll find Grow Local Kitchen, which hosts pop-up restaurant opportunities as well as evening workshops and classes. Other restaurants are housed here as well. Bowl & Roll gets high marks for its Korean food (get the bulgogi bibimbap), while Jamaicaway Restaurant offers jonny cakes and homemade herbal teas and punch. Guy Fieri featured them on Diners, Drive-In’s, & Dives, so you know it’s gotta be good.