This 18- square-block area was NashvilleÂ’s first subdivision, known as the 9th Ward. Some of these buildings date back to the 1830s. The area is home to unique local businesses and beautiful churches, urban charm, a rich sense of history and the legendary Oktoberfest street fair every fall. As you turn right on 5th Avenue, circle the block and return to Rosa L. Parks Boulevard. YouÂ’ll get a feel for the neighborhood, and find great places to eat and drink, including The Cocoa Tree, DrinkHaus, MonellÂ’s, The Mad Platter and Germantown Café.
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