Our Airbnb was in a little residential area about a mile away from the U Street Corridor. We went to this neighborhood almost every day to try different restaurants (most of them were on 14th Street). It was a really nice area with so many restaurants, cafes, and bars. It seemed to be really popular, and it was a little hard to find parking. We met up with one of Nick’s friends who lived on U Street, and he told us how much he loved the area, as well as all of the things that we could do.
We walked around here for a little bit the second day of our trip and stumbled across a small store called Little Leaf. It was filled with house plants, succulents, and home decor. I couldn’t stop taking pictures of all the beautiful green! The owner even had a pug that stood watch at the door. It was the cutest store.
Other than that, we honestly just came to this area to eat! Ted’s Bulletin had an awesome breakfast menu (and homemade poptarts!) and Busboys and Poets had a bookstore in the front of the restaurant. And there were so many more restaurants that we didn’t have the chance to try. I also noticed that there were a lot of ice cream shops around, including Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream, which we went to the first time in Nashville. Too much to eat, too little time.