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4 nights in Nashville over Christmas

jcoves73 | Jul 18, 201806:06 PM     2

Hey everyone! I will be visiting Nashville for the first time over the Christmas holiday and I’m really excited. We will be taking a family trip (my mom, dad, sister and me) and wanted to know where you would eat if you had four days there to experience the best Nashville has to offer.

We come from New York so I’d rather stay away from pizza and Italian (although I’ve heard Rolf’s is amazing.. if that’s the case we’d consider it). I’m not as concerned about whether a place is touristy or not... I just want the best food. I’ve done a bit of research but I trust my fellow chowhounders to steer me in the right direction.

All recommendations and all price points are welcome as long as it’s delicious (breakfast, lunch and dinner, etc.)

Thanks in advance for the help!

Rolf and Daughters
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