Hey Nashville!

Drive to NashvilleThis past week Jeremy had some recording sessions to do in Nashville and I tagged along, just for fun! We had a great time dreaming, planning and (of course!) eating. Here are a few photos from our short trip. Wildsam Field GuidesWildsam Field GuidesWildsam Field GuidesWe picked up a Wildsam Field Guide for Nashville (they have one for Austin and SF as well!). It was helpful and really beautiful too. Mas TacosPineapple + Cilantro Agua Fresca from Mas Tacos.

White's MercantileA friend recommended White's Mercantile to us. It's beautifully curated and the coolest space because it was made from a gas station. We visited a bunch of spots that were formerly gas stations or warehouses and things like that. It was inspiring! White's Mercantile We picked up this amazing giant journal at this shop. It's so beautiful and unique. I'm going to save it for something really special. Pinewood SocialPinewood Social was a treat. We went there several times during our visit. We love that they serve all three meals and also incredible cocktails and our personal favorite coffee in town. Oh and there is a bowling alley too. It's just crazy. Good crazy, of courses. Crazy good. Fancy Treehouse + A Beautiful MessFancy Treehouse + A Beautiful MessFancy Treehouse + A Beautiful MessWe met up with Coury (and her amazing family) for brunch. It was good to catch up, and Goldie did nothing but feed our baby fever. She's amazing. Emma's flowers in NasvilleA cute flower shop called Emma's! 

Elsie LarsonE + J LarsonNashville spots we enjoyed + highly recommend

This trip we loved Pinewood Social (for brunch, coffee, cocktails and hanging out in the middle of the day), Mas Tacos (for tacos, but also the cutest atmosphere and best tortilla soup I've ever had) and The Patterson House for the best (and friendliest!) cocktail experience we've ever had. 

And a few favorites from last time: LovelessBurgerUpBarista ParlorMarchéLas PaletasJenis and Crema.

We hope to visit again soon, Nashville! You're a lot of fun. xo. Elsie

Credits// Author and Photography: Elsie Larson

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