Urban Tourism and Entertainment Hotspot
Perhaps the newest of all the Nashville Burrows is Sobro, an area of town just south of Broadway, part of downtown but with a continuation of more bustling bars, hip restaurants, and a vibrant music scene. Sobro also includes interactive tourist locations such as the Country Music Hall of Fame, Schermerhorn Center, The Johnny Cash Museum, and Bridgestone Arena.
Sobro is also no stranger to entertainment as it also hosts the newly constructed open air music amphitheater called Ascend Amphitheater.
Sobro also offers perhaps some of the most exclusive and expensive fine dining restaurants Nashville has to offer that includes: The Farmhouse, City Taphouse Nashville, Kitchen Notes, Etch, The Southern Steak and Oyster, Sobro Sports Bar and Grill, Bob’s Steak and Chop House, Acme Feed and Seed, 220 Grille and Catering, Liberty Commons, M, Oak Steakhouse, Merchants, The Green Pheasant, Martin’s Barbecue Joint, Baja Sexto Taco, and The Diner.
In addition to restaurants the area also host some of the most illustrious and exclusive hospitality chains in the city including the Onmi Hotel, The Plaza Hotel, The Hyatt Place, Hilton Garden Inn, Residence Inn as well as Micro hotels Bode Nashville and AC Hotel by Marriott.
The Omni hotel holds several staple Nashville businesses including The Hatch Show Print Company, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, and a private magic themed bar called House of Cards.
High-rise condominiums are also increasing in the area some include. The 505 high-rise Condominiums, Encore Condominiums, The Sobro Condominiums, Nashville Riverfront lofts and The 909 flats.
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