Bars Honky-tonks Restaurants and Shops
Just west of Downtown Nashville as Broadway splits into West End Avenue is Midtown. Midtown is largely comprised of a stretch of road between Division Street, Demonbreun Hill, and Upper boardway.
Like Downtown Broadway, Midtown is a strong center for locals and tourist foot traffic. Weekends are usually jam packed with people coming in and out of local honky-tonks, restaurants, and shops.
Midtown has also long served as a central location for hospitality as well, which includes some of Nashville’s most popular hotels for business travelers and tourists alike.
Midtown has greatly transformed itself over the last couple of years from being a section of town where old writers would come to drink after a long days work on Music Row, to a multitude of bar hangouts with multiple floors in one of the most illustrious entertainment hotspots in the city.
In addition to being a major center of entertainment and commerce, Midtown has also had a huge housing increase in the way of condominiums which include: Midtown Lofts, The Bristol, Aertson, The Adelicia, The West End, University Square Condos, Rhythm at Music Row, Encore, and Spence Manor.
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