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Nolensville — one of Nashville’s neighbors to the south — has experienced extensive growth over the last few years. If you haven’t visited recently, use the itinerary below to make the most of your time in this charming Williamson County town.
Drive time: ~30 minutes south of downtown Nashville.
Eat + Drink
- Make Itty Bitty Donuts your first stop for made-to-order mini donuts by the dozen or half-dozen + bottomless batch brewed coffee.
- When it’s time to eat lunch, visit Mama’s Java Cafe or House of Bread for baked goods and sandwiches. Amico’s New York Pizza’s lunch menu is served from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. on weekdays.
- Wind down with craft cocktails and charcuterie at Happenchance Social. Pro tip: Grab your wine card upon arrival and enjoy self-serve pours.
- Mill Creek Brewing Company is family-friendly and serves a full menu, including its award-winning Smashville Burger. Bookmark the taproom’s calendar for live music and trivia nights.
- Shop for local products and eat lunch at Oh My Chives, a farm to table market that’s also home to Cornell Brothers Coffee and Lokales Juice.
- The Nolensville Feed Mill offers a variety of goods, including produce, salsa, pickled items, candy, and more. Plus, the market is known for its chicken salad — order it there as a sandwich or take it home.
- Kids will love visiting the Nolensville Toy Shop.
- Nellamoon hand pours its candles using a small batch technique. Popular scents include Golden Hour and Tobacco Vanilla.
- Wabash Southern Kitchen serves “traditional Southern cuisine with a modern twist” — like housemade sourdough rolls, pimento hush puppies, and a hot chicken quinoa bowl.
- Across the street is Mad for Galbi, which specializes in Korean barbecue.
- Monamie Coffee celebrated its soft opening over the weekend at Burkitt Commons. Stop in for specialty coffee, tea, and hot chocolate + pastries, sandwiches, and all-day snacks.