Adam Richman visited Nashville when filming an episode of Man v. Food Nation. Music Row, Shelby Street Bridge, the Walk of Fame, Grand Ole Opry, Pancake Pantry and Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack are just a few places he stopped during his trip to Music City.
Owen Bradley Park
Adam posed with a statue of American record producer Owen Bradley, located in Nashville’s Owen Bradley Park. Owen, along with Chet Atkins and Bob Ferguson, helped create the Nashville sound in country music and rockabilly during the 1950s and 1960s. Owen also worked with country music legends like Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty. Some of his work is still popular today, including Patsy Cline’s famous songs, “Crazy” and “I Fall to Pieces.”
Bert at CMA Music Festival
Bert Kreischer greeted fans with a wave during an annual parade to kick off the CMA Music Festival in Nashville.
Bert Goes Catfish Grabbling
Bert was also in town shooting an episode of Trip Flip, where 2 lucky vacationers experienced mud bogging, zorbing, and visiting GiGi’s Cupcake and The Label, to get fitted for country gear. Here, the group went out on a lake to learn the age-old art of catfish grabbling, catching fish by hand.
George at Rotieir's Restaurant
During his trip to Tennessee to shoot an episode of Burgerland George Motz tried the famous Grilled Cheeseburger at Rotier’s Restaurant, a family-owned restaurant open since 1945. American singer and songwriter Jimmy Buffet calls the Rotier’s burger, one of the top 10 in the US. While visiting Nashville, George also visited Muhammad Ali’s restaurant, Fat Mo’s.
Anthony at the Fiddler’s Inn Opryland
Looking for a place to stay when visiting Nashville? Hotel fixer Anthony Melchorri visited Music City to help the historic Fiddler’s Inn redecorate, rebrand and reconnect to its country music roots.
Revamped Fiddler's Inn Opryland
After Anthony’s recommendations on Hotel Impossible, here’s an “after” snapshot of the lobby at Fiddler’s Inn Opryland. Visitors staying here are walking distance to the Opry Mills Mall, Grand Ole Opry, Gaylord Hotel and Convention Center. Other sights to see in Nashville include the Belle Meade Plantation, The Parthenon, Arnold’s Country Kitchen, The Bluebird Café, or take the General Jackson Dinner Cruise.
Billy at Nashville Auction
Nashville is full of interesting antiques and unique finds.That’s what brought auction specialist Billy Leroy to the Music City to film an episode of Baggage Battles. At a local auction, Leroy flipped through the pages of an antique book (pictured here) and also inspected the front end of a pink Cadillac up for bid.
Mark in Nashville
The Baggage Battle production crew filmed auction specialist Mark Meyer as he opens a sealed box that he won during an auction. Looking for your golden ticket? Try The Great Escape in Nashville, if you’re looking to sell, buy or trade your new or used DVDs, CDs, records, comic book or games.
Sam's Honky Tonk Tour
World traveler Sam Brown took a tour of the honky tonks in Lower Broadway, an entertainment district in Nashville, with Those Darlins, a rock ’n’ roll band from the city. Pull up a chair, grab a beer and listen to live music in hot venues like Nashville Crossroads and Robert’s Western World, where Sam sung a tune or 2… Live!
Sam Goes Cowgirl Couture
In addition to hanging out with country music star Vince Gill, Sam Brown also visited Designs by Manuel, a couture clothing store that sells customize suits, dresses, skirts, vests, coats, buckles, neckties, bracelets and more.