Leah Turner’s Nashville Favorites

Leah Turner has spent some good quality time in Music City and dished on her favorite spots around town.

Written by Kelly Brickey
Leah Turner’s Nashville Favorites

Even though country singers seem to always be hitting the road, the ones that ultimately call Nashville home fall in love with his eclectic restaurants and hole-in-the-wall music venues. Leah Turner has spent some good quality time in Music City and dished on her favorite spots around town below.

The Bluebird Café: “This is Music City, so you can go anywhere and see some great music. But The Bluebird [Café] really has quite an ambience to it, and people really want to play there because so many legends and artists and songwriters have played there.”
4104 Hillsboro Pike / bluebirdcafe.com

Winners Bar and Grill: “There’s also a place called Winners and they do a thing every Monday night called the Whiskey Jam. You could be standing in there and Tyler Farr will pop up or Lee Brice will pop up. They invite all the musicians down and everyone plays and it’s really just like a big hangout with all of your friends and musicians here in Nashville.”
1913 Division Street / winnersbarnashville.com

Burger Up: “There’s a place called Burger Up. They have just the best gourmet burgers and it’s awesome. You can pair it with, like, wine or champagne or great beer.”
2901 12th Avenue South / burger-up.com

H. Audrey: “Holly Williams owns H. Audrey, which I love that store. You can get something really expensive from that store or you can get something not as expensive, so it’s really great for everyone’s wallet. They’re really trendy and you get things you can’t get everywhere, so I really love that.”
4027 Hillsboro Pike, Suite 703 / haudrey.com

Two Old Hippies: “Two Old Hippies is great. My mom has an awesome jewelry line called Paloma Designs that was featured in Country Weekly, and also you can buy it at [Two Old Hippies].”
401 12th Ave South / twooldhippies.com

Check out the video for Leah Turner’s latest single, “Cowboy’s Love.”