Between downtown and West End, Nashville’s Midtown pulses with energy. The crowded streets are home to some of Music City residents’ favorite restaurants and bars, but you’ll also find the trends go well beyond culinary and mixology delights.

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Perhaps the area would be most known for the strip of bars along Demonbreun Street, where Tin Roof and Dan McGuinness can be found. Maybe the people who visit Midtown would say Broadway Brewhouse or Winners & Losers are the real hotspots. Others might suggest dining at South Street restaurant or even Noshville, the New York-style diner, is the best part of this neighborhood. This is just the beginning of the many eateries and bars in the area, because the newest hotspots are still making their way to the forefront of everyone’s minds. Soulshine Pizza and the Slider House are steadily gaining popularity and will soon become Nashville classics. If you do visit Midtown, consider spending an evening at the Patterson House. This speakeasy-style cocktail bar always has a wait, but for very good reason. The mixologists only use the finest, freshest ingredients, with many of them sourced locally or made right in-house.

Homes rarely become available in this area, so if you see listings for the Adelicia or the Encore, you should act quickly. Most of the residences are luxury condos, but you can still find a single-family home or two in Midtown and near Music Row.