East Nashville is located across the river from Downtown. The area is a culturally-diverse and eclectic that attracts artists, musicians, and creatives. There are several pocket communities within East Nashville such as Five Points, Riverside Village, Fatherland, Porter, and Eastland that are filled with shopping and restaurants. There are restaurants such as Marche Artisan Foods and Margo Café and Bar that have made East Nashville a culinary destination. You will find vintage shops, record stores, yoga studios, pizza joints, local breweries, dive bars, craft cocktail lounges, upscale dining, and coffee shops. There are plenty of exciting opportunities to get out into the community by attending the summer farmers market, Tomato Arts Festival, parks with bike and walking trails.
There are many beautifully restored historical homes within East Nashville such as Lockeland Springs, Little Hollywood, and Eastland. There are also a variety of home styles throughout the neighborhood ranging from bungalows, mid-century modern ranches, new construction, townhomes, and condominiums.