Hillsboro Village, commonly known as “The Village,” is one of Nashville’s few remaining collections of neighborhood merchants.
As one merchant says, “Customers can do their banking; have shoes repaired; have hair cut or styled; buy jewelry, eyeglasses, bread and coffee, antiques, artwork, flowers, clothes, or gifts; take in a movie or play; get a car repaired or fill it with gas; eat any and all meals; and get a passport. One can do all these things, and more, in buildings with real doors and real windows.”
The Village is a great place to congregate with friends, over cocktails, artisan breads and pastries, locally-brewed beer, and coffee roasted right in Nashville. The variety of cuisine and atmosphere makes Hillsboro Village a perfect location for your next evening on the town.
The Village offers a complete line of neighborhood services, retail stores, and entertainment. Specialty stores, some of the best retaurants in town and the historic Belcourt Theatre make Hillsboro Village a destination point for all Nashvillians.
Historic charm and personal attention make the Village a very special place. Bounded by active and successful neighborhoods, this area will remind you of days when everyone traded with neighbors in shops close to home.