‘Guys Day Out’ | Nashville Staycation

    Today marks the third day of our Nashville Staycation series! In this series we are giving readers a planned themed day out on the town to escape from your jobs, but not spend too much money by going on a vacation.

    Today’s theme is Guys Day Out. This theme is designed for all of the guys who want to take time and enjoy a day in Nashville spent free from any worries.


    Guys Day Out

    Breakfast: Mad Donna’s

    It’s no secret that Mad Donna’s is the place to go for a flavorful and creative brunch, and with a slogan like, “a neighborhood restaurant as unique as East Nashville,” it seems they know it too!  Menu items like the Crab Cake Benny and the Breakfast Burger contribute to Mad Donna’s tasty reputation.  Not to mention, the hearty plates are perfect for the morning of a “guys day out!”

    Mad Donna’s
    1313 Woodland Street
    226-1617
    Or visit their website here

    Morning Activity: Centennial Sportsplex

    Whatever your sport may be—swimming, hockey, tennis, etc.—Centennial Sportsplex is where you’ll want to be on your “guys day out.”  Get a group together and go out on the ice for a game of hockey or just skate around during a public skating session.  Whatever sport you may choose to play, be sure to call ahead a reserve a spot!

    Centennial Sportsplex
    224 25th Ave N
    862-8490
    Visit their website here

    Lunch: Baja Burrito

    You may have seen the bright painted VW Beetles along Thompson Lane or been lucky enough to have the fragrant smell of burritos waft in through your rolled-down window as you sit at the stoplight.  However your first Baja experience happened, we can guarantee it was wonderful, because Baja Burrito is wonderful.  There is nothing on the menu that doesn’t seem notable, so we just recommend returning until you’ve had the chance to try it all!

    Baja Burrito
    722 Thompson Lane
    383-2252
    Visit their website here

    Afternoon Activity: Yazoo Brewery

    You can find Dos Perros or the Pale Ale on tap just about anywhere in the Nashville area.  In fact, Yazoo’s brews are so popular that by 2010—only six years after their start—they had already outgrown their original brewery.  Visit the wildly-popular brewery and take a tour to learn all about the brewing process.  Tours include a 6oz. souvenir glass and plenty of samples along the way.  Be sure to book in advance, Yazoo tours fill up quickly!

    Yazoo Brewery
    910 Division Street
    891-4649
    Visit their website here

    Dinner: Pour House

    Pour House Burgers, Bourbon, and Brews opened relatively recently and is already quite popular for its Prohibition Era theme—and for its food and drinks.  With one of the largest selections of bourbons in the city and an impressive list of craft brews on draught, Pour House is sure to be a hit for “guys day out!”

    Pour House Burgers, Bourbon, and Brews
    730 8th Ave S
    736-5727
    Visit their Facebook page here

    Evening Activity: Craft Brewed

    After grabbing a bite to eat, stop by Craft Brewed for a unique, rare, or local craft brewed beer.  Craft Brewed offers an enormous selection of bottled beers, as well as 21 offerings on draught.  Plus, we can’t get enough of the retro feel you get when you walk in!

    Craft Brewed
    2502 Franklin Pike
    873-1992
    Visit their website here

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