simply the best. Hillsboro village is a unique hang out place in nashville. It has everything from a french bread shop, to a college hang out coffee shop. Some of it's many features include restaurants, a pancake house, a used book-store, a instrument shop, and various clothing/stationary stores such as fire finch, social graces, a thousand faces, and Pangea. thought the true gem of the area is definately the Belcourt theater. A privately owned local theater, showing all kinds of shows including plays and movies. Also in the village there are less-well-known places that are not to be forgotten: Sunset grill, Village flowers, cabana, and the village jeweler. I highly recommend sunset grill and Cabana as the two of the best restaurants in town!
Doughgirl knows her pastries..... Simply the best little village in Nashville!! Great shops, bars, restaurants and of course the Belcourt Theater!!
These four eclectic blocks have all the makings of a self-sufficent village with entertainement, food and culture..
Hillsboro Village is a collection of shops, boutiques and restaurants perfect for a lazy day's stroll. Yet this four-block radius has all the makings of its own village. There's the central meet-and-greet Pancake Pantry, a Nashville staple. BookMan/BookWoman, Nashville's popular used bookstores, sit next to Provence, which bakes dozens of breads daily. Pangaea features goods from around the world, A Thousand Faces carries local art and sculpture and Fire Finch boasts primitive artifacts.
coolest walking scene in nashville!. This is the place to be for Nashville tourists and locals alike. with specialty boutiques and vintage stores by the handful and cute cafes for snacks, it's a great way to spend your afternoon in Nashville. You'll feel right at home with the eclectic mix of folks in this area, which spans only a couple of streets (mainly Hillsboro Rd). Be sure to check out Pangaea, Posh, and Vintage for your clothing needs. Try dining at the french cafe, Provence, for lunch, Bosco's for an upbeat dinner and a beer, Fido for coffee, Baskin-Robbins for ice cream, The sushi place for sushi, and Jackson's for other food and wine and fun. I love hangin' here with me buddies!
homey, quirky... Nashville at its Best. This is what a city village should be: no generic Starbucks type businesses, good casual food and artsy store, tourists mingling with locals strolling in from the surrounding neighborhoods.
yuppie haven indeed. I would agree with the astute reviewer who spelled out the pretentious atmosphere of Hillsboro Village. Yes, The Bookman is a jumbled chaotic mess, and an additional insult to the chaos is the steep prices of generously used books. I have never been inclined to purchase the overpriced, unappetizing-looking pastries at Provence. With all this said, Hillsboro Village does possess some treasures, like the French breads and coffee, which is cheaply priced at $1.35 including tax and refillable when you dine-in, at Provence. Although I can't say that I am impressed with the Bongo Java coffees at Fido, they sure beat Starbucks, brews. The question is will you ever be able to find a free table or booth. The real gem of this community is Belcourt Theatre. Their movie selection falls somewhere between the nostalgia of AMC and the independent artist sentimentalism of IFC and Bravo.
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