More Nashville Highlights
On our recent trip to Nashville, there were a few other spots that I felt worthy of a mention. I love Atlanta but I could really see myself living in Nashville. Great neighborhoods, family, fun coffee shops and ice cream. What more could a gluten-free girl need?
Bongo Java Coffee: This east Nashville coffee shop is a great spot for a morning get together. They have large tables with plenty of space to spread out, and park a large stroller! My iced coffee was one of the best iced coffees I’ve ever had. Wonderfully smooth and refreshing after a long walk. They roast beans in the shop so prepare to take the scent of coffee with you when you leave. It was so good we went again for breakfast on Saturday too…
Fido: Gluten-Free Muffins: Fido, another local spot, makes gluten-free muffins that they also sell at Bongo. I tried their strawberry banana gluten-free muffin and it was a great alternative to the glutenous bagel “bombs” (which look delicious!) that everyone else enjoyed for breakfast. They also have a coconut variety of muffin that gets rave reviews. They only use rice flour (not a flour blend) but it was pretty good, despite being a bit misshapen. I’m always appreciative when breakfast places have items I can enjoy, not limited to a plate of eggs.
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams: This delicious ice cream shop in East Nashville is worth the $4 for two half scoops. Many of their flavors are GF including my personal favorites, salty caramel and pistachio & honey. Yum! Their sorbets (such as Riesling poached pear) look refreshing too but it’s hard for me to resist fancy ice cream.
Bongo Java – 107 S. 11th St., Nashville, TN 37206 – 615.777.EAST
Fido – 1812 21st Ave. S, Nashville, TN 37212 – 615.777.FIDO
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream – 1892 Eastland Avenue, Nashville, TN 37206 – 615 262 8611