This Massive Marketplace In Nashville Has 7 New Eateries You Have To Try

Crazy milkshakes and 100 layer doughnuts.
Marketplace In Nashville Is Your One-Stop-Shop For Any Food Craving

Nashville is a hub for great food, but finding the best spots can get a bit overwhelming. This marketplace in Nashville opened last fall October and has been welcoming amazing food vendors since.

Along with food vendors, there are shops, a yoga studio, a spin studio and even a brewery inside. It's your one-stop-shop in the city that you won't want to skip out on. 

Thai Ni Yom 

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Why You Need To Go: Originally from Bangkok, Thailand, the chefs here whip up fresh, authentic Thai food daily. They have curry, Pad Thai and braised beef every day.

Gracie's Milkshake Bar 

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Why You Need To Go: This spot has the craziest milkshakes in the entire city and are topped with things like pop tarts, lollipops, brownies and cookies.

Marigold Gourmet Popcorn 

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Why You Need To Go: You can get all different flavors of popcorn here and fill up a huge tin with up to three flavors. There are flavors like Nashville Hot, Cookies 'N Cream, Everything Bagel and Wasabi.

Five Daughters Bakery 

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Why You Need To Go: This isn't your average doughnut shop - they serve 100 layer doughnuts that are rolled in sugar, filled with cream, and topped with glaze.

Honest Coffee Roasters 

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Why You Need To Go: You can grab an acai bowl or a smoked salmon bagel and a chai latte at this coffee bar. It makes for a great place to study or just to relax.

Tree House Macaroons

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Why You Need To Go: There are a dozen different flavors of macaroons made daily like lemon blueberry, pecan pie and turtle. You can get a little taste of France in the South.

Penne Pazze

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Why You Need To Go: This is a fast and casual Italian restaurant where you can actually see the chefs creating your meal. You can build your own pasta, or order a flatbread pizza.

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