Nashville Named ‘Friendliest City In America’ For 8th Year In A Row

Yeehaw!

Are we really surprised by this?! If you’ve been to Nashville, you won’t be.

Travel + Leisure declared Nashville the “friendliest city in America” for the 8th year in a row!

The magazine stated that survey voters ‘biggest impression’ from the city was the ‘welcoming hospitality.’

“It also got a high cultural score, in part because it has never shied away from its prime artistic export, country music.”

We also knew country music/industry was the friendliest! (unbiased opinion, obviously..!)

The magazine also offered this advice to people who want to try to the Music City.

“Bask in the glow of one of its legends at the new George Jones Museum (which has its own rooftop bar, The George, featuring live music), but keep in mind that Music City is not just about twang: you can hear a wide variety of beats at venues like The 5 Spot or the Tennessee branch of City Winery.  Don’t leave town, however, without trying the local dish with a serious kick: spicy hot chicken sandwiches, like the classics served at Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack.”

Where do you like to hang out when you go to Nashville??

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