Nashville isn’t all about music. The Music City is about food, skating, charity runs, Shakespeare and Nashville tours. We have gathered a list of fun things to do this January in Nashville, TN.
Twice a year Nashville hosts Restaurant Week with great deals on more than 40 local restaurants. Prices range from $10 to $30, and most places offer a two- or three-course option. This is a great way to find a new favorite or to get a great deal at one of your favorite Nashville restaurants.
Restaurants participating include: The Bunganut Pig, Chago’s Cantina, Cross Corner Bar & Grill, Finezza Italian Bistro, Fenwick’s 300, Caffe Nonna, Noshville and Pease.
Check out participating restaurants here for lunch and dinner deals during restaurant week.
Grab your friends or that someone special and head down to Bridgestone Winter Park this January for a day of ice skating. IntellicCentrics Ice Rink, located near the Hilton Nashville Downtown Hotel, has public skating through the end of January. The cost is $15 for adults and $10 for children and includes skate rental. They are open from 4 p.m. to 10:45 p.m. Monday through Friday and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 10:45 p.m.
Check out events and more details here.
For those looking to go out and run this January, here is a list of Nashville runs.
Run the Frosty Fireman 5K on Saturday, January 9, 2016
Celebrate cultural diversity at the 5K4MLK on Monday January 18, 2016.
To register or for more information click here
Nashville’s Zoo Run Run is a Nashville tradition and attracts more than 2,000 runners. Run/walk through the zoo to benefit the zoo, educational programs, feeding of the animals and keeping the zoo safe.
From Jan. 8 through the Jan. 31 enjoy Winter Shakespeare at the Bill & Carole Troutt Theater at 2100 Belmont Boulevard in Nashville. This year features King Lear, and it’s a wonderful opportunity to participate in local theater in an intimate setting.