Home-Style Holiday: Nashville Edition

Nothing beats a home-style gathering with family and friends… but if you happen to be traveling in Nashville for the holidays, it’s worth stopping at some of our favorite spots along the way.

Lucchese Nashville: 

Our Music City store sits in The Gulch’s historical downtown neighborhood and showcases a broad collection of boots, shoes, apparel, and accessories. Lucchese Nashville also offers bespoke service to create the perfect custom pair. Click here for store information. 

White’s Mercantile:

White’s Mercantile is “a general store for the modern-day tastemaker.” The shop is owned by singer/songwriter, Holly Williams, and is filled with some of her favorite finds such as unique treasures picked up during her time spent touring, as well as paintings by her artist/musician husband, Chris Coleman. Click here to visit website.

Chris Coleman and Holly Williams at their home outside of Franklin, TN

Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant:

Stop by for some biscuits and gravy in the morning or some fried chicken and live music at night. Don’t be surprised if you see a country music legend walk through the door, as this is a regular stomping ground for all walks of life in the neighborhood. Click here to visit website. 

Leiper’s Fork Distillery: 

Founder and Distiller, Lee Kennedy, is bringing back the tradition of small batch whiskey production in Williamson County for the first time in over 100 years. Kennedy’s goal is focused on crafting high-end, premium whiskeys using local ingredients and old-age traditions. The still is situated behind a 200 year old cabin turned retail store where visitors can shop and taste authentic Tennessee whiskey. Click here to visit website.

Click here to shop the Randall in black, full quill ostrich.