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Image Credit: you are looking for a spot to hang out at on a Thursday evening you will love one of the many happy hour spots right in Nashville. Here are a few you should check out.

Mad Platter

They call their Thursday evening happy hour Thirsty Thursdays. The party gets started at 4pm and lasts until 7pm. During this time you can get 2 for 1 beers, discounts on appetizers and select red and white wines for just $5.


If you are looking to start happy hour a little early you will love Alegria. Happy hour starts at 2:30pm and ends at 6:30pm. During happy hour you can get $5 Sangria's and House Wines, 2 for 1 draft beers and 2 for 1 house margaritas.

Tin Roof

This is another early happy hour. It gets started at 2pm and goes up until 7pm. It

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Image Credit: you tired of the getting the same thing when it comes to the restaurants in Nashville? If so, then it might delight you to know that there are new and upcoming restaurants in the place that you might want to check out or look forward to visiting next.

City Winery - 609 LaFayette Street

One of the most awaited is the City Winery. This restaurant is huge enough to accommodate 300 occupants where people can enjoy cool and live music, while others can enjoy a spacious 125-seat restaurant with plenty of good food and the best wines that Nashville has to offer. So if you are looking for a place for good food, live music, and great tasting wine, City Winery is the best place for you.

Prima - 700 12th Avenue South

Another soon to open restaurant

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Chances are you have passed by the McCabe Community Center a thousand times and never even gave it a second thought. But this community center is a jewel that sits in the heart of Sylvan Park. For just $30 a month you will get access to this state of the art facility. There is a weight room, an exercise room, personal trainers and much more.

If you don't like to workout on your own you can also attend one of the many exercise classes. They have Zumba, Pilates, yoga, senior strength and even a boot camp for those who are into hardcore fitness. But that's not all this place has to offer. Other great amenities include bike rentals, an adult kickball league and so much more. No matter what you are interested in you are sure to find something you like at

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Car ParkingIf you know anything about downtown Nashville you know it can be very difficult to find parking. Sometimes it seems like it is virtually impossible. Below you will find three great options you have when it comes to finding parking in Downtown Nashville.

Metered Parking Spaces

Metered parking just may be the simplest form of parking there is. Or at least it would seem that way. All you have to do is toss in your money and go. Generally speaking metered parking is only enforced Monday through Saturday between the hours of 8am and 6pm. That means any time after 6pm and all day Sunday parking is free. Just be careful as there are a few exceptions to this rule.

Government Parking Lots

All Tennessee government parking lots except for the Metro

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4713 Timberhill Ct, Nashville TN 37211Crieve Hall is located in South Nashville. This neighborhood has become increasingly popular over the last several years. It is an ideal location, as you can access I-65 with ease and Brentwood. There is a large amount of homes, which includes 1950-era brick and ranch-style homes located on half acre lots. Many people who are looking to fix up homes tend to purchase in Crieve Hall, as the homes here tend to need some renovations.

This neighborhood was established in the 1950’s and is a very friendly place to raise a family. Most homes offer large yards that are covered with mature trees. Close to Nashville, but far enough away from all the hussel and bussel. Crieve Hall is the perfect combination of convenience, yet peaceful.

Within the defined

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Save the DateWhether you love to golf or you enjoy a good festival, there's an event coming up for you. Nashville is home to many charity events and two of the best will be held in September. Here's a look at both of these amazing events.

8th Annual Cumberland River Dragon Boat Festival - September 6th

The Dragon Boat Festival is a huge event perfect for those looking to compete or just enjoy a day watching the competition. The event will feature plenty of fun from the actual races to the cultural performances and so much more!

You can support the racers with a paddle pledge. The goal of the festival is to raise $20,000 to help support the Cumberland River Compact work. There will also be plenty of vendors on hand with plenty of food and other items.


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Marilyn Bell of The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Elite in #Nashville started the #realestate week with morning training/coaching.  That evening was spent celebrating with fellow TAREG agent Laura Graham on her Monday closing.     During the week she showed downtown condos and potential flip properties in Donelson.  On Thursday some of Marilyn's buyer clients closed on a beautiful new construction home at Arbors of Autumn Ridge in Spring Hill.   The rest of the week was spent following up with internet clients from outside the area and finalizing the files for an Antioch listing that should be closing next week.   Busy times for Marilyn and The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX ELite the #1 RE/MAX team in Tennessee and the…
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There are all sorts of obstacles that you have to deal with when you find yourself in the market for purchasing a new home. A number of different studies have been conducted which have all concluded that the most difficult challenge to becoming a homeowner is pulling together enough money for the down payment. The real question is: what exactly is a down payment anyway?

What is a Down Payment?

A down payment is an amount of money that you (as the buyer) pay out of your own pocket towards purchasing the house. The next question a person has is how much money that usually ends up being. The general rule of thumb is that you should always try to pay at least 20 percent. This is a golden standard that has been around for decades of purchasing houses.

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