NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Have you read the Washington Post's "By The Way" travel series, featuring tourist tips in neighborhoods and towns across the country?
It's latest entry, featuring recommendations for must-see destinations in the East Nashville neighborhood has caught many by surprise.
In the article, author Brandon Gee says Nashville has a "growing reputation as a 'Portlandia' of the South," with the area spotted with record shops, neighborhood pubs and "bodegas."
Twitter's...not having it
No one who lives here calls it East Nasty!— Yazoo Brew (@yazoobrewmaster) August 23, 2019
sir might I recommend noted bodega Loveless Cafe.— Blake Ells (@blakeells) August 22, 2019
Delete this. But first, no one but ‘Cool Moms’ and wannabe ‘influencers’ would seriously utter the word East Nasty. Also, tell me more about these imaginary bodegas I’ve been unknowingly walking past the last 13 yrs.— El Dangeroso (@El_Dangeroso_) August 23, 2019
I love the Mapco bodega personally— Lauren Strange (@laurenstrange) August 23, 2019
Meet your local— dave goldsberry (@davegoldsberry) August 23, 2019
A native Hoosier, Brandon moved to Nashville in 2009 ...
Or "east nasty" what they got goin on?🤣🤥— waynetoosaucey (@BrezyTheAloof) August 23, 2019