If you stroll the lower Broadway strip at 11 am, you might see revelers riding and sipping on Pedal Taverns, students in slogan tees sloshing around flatbed trucks and day drinkers filling music bars. But a maturing wine industry is hiding in plain sight (as well as in a few spots that are literally hidden). Here\u2019s your guide to finding wine around town, in between a little two-stepping at honkytonks.\r\n\r\n\r\nSips Around the City\r\nThough a whiskey and beer thorough\u00adfare, Broadway isn\u2019t a total wine wasteland. Break for lunch and a bottle upstairs at Merchants, where the wine list complements steak and seafood dishes. The Patterson House, a speakeasy underneath The Catbird Seat, offers creative cocktails and wines by the glass. Get there early. Perhaps the best place to enjoy wine and music together, however, is City Winery. Founded by Michael Dorf, it\u2019s Nashville\u2019s first fully operational urban winery, tasting bar, restaurant and music stage. Though better known for its whiskey collection, The 404 Kitchen also has a strong wine program. Grab a bar seat at Etch for a \u201csommelier pick\u201d from Greece or Croatia. Take a tour of French bubbles or skin-contact wines at Folk. If you wander downtown and need a break, catch the elevator to Ellington\u2019s Mid Way Bar & Grill in the Fairlane Hotel for a restorative glass of ros\u00e9 on the patio.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nDine to Wine\r\nDon\u2019t go to Music City on a diet; both hot and haute cuisine demand an eager stomach. The Catbird Seat, hidden behind an unmarked door, offers an experience based on sensory stimulation. Enter through smoke and lights, then sample mind-bending dishes underscored by natural-leaning wine pairings. Bastion\u2019s food, though less intellectual, doesn\u2019t skip a creative beat and is arguably more delicious. Another clandestine spot, diners here play bingo with their food, checking boxes with descriptions that intrigue. With a reputation for fabulous pasta and bread, Rolf & Daughters upholds a wine program that deserves accolades for its offbeat, natural focus. In Germantown, Henrietta Red specializes in seafood, stocking the city\u2019s best raw bar. Pro order: wood roasted oysters in Calabrian chile with Corsican Vermentino. Beloved Southern restaurant Husk categorizes wines by soil type.\r\n\r\n\r\nNashville Classics, Old and New\r\nIn Nashville, food and music are intertwined. For a taste of history, check out Robert\u2019s Western World. The venue supplies a quintessential honkytonk experience complete with ice-cold PBRs and a fried bologna sandwich, chased down with a MoonPie and whiskey. It\u2019s almost impossible to get a consensus on hot chicken, but key outfits are Hattie B\u2019s Hot Chicken and Prince\u2019s Hot Chicken. Whichever you choose, expect to wait. For tender biscuits and gravy, line up at any of the three Biscuit Love locations as early as you can. Doughnuts never go out of fashion, though the seasonal offerings of the 100-layer version at Five Daughters Bakery changes each month. Fans of TV show Nashville won\u2019t be disappointed with an evening of intimate music at The Bluebird Caf\u00e9. Pinewood Social encourages lingering across its Crema coffee outpost, restaurant, bowling lane, outdoor games area and pool. Its latest addition is the 42,000-square-foot Downtown Sporting Club.\r\n\r\n\r\nNeighborhood on the Rise: East Nashville \r\nReferred to by locals as \u201cEast Nasty,\u201d this neighborhood\u2019s laid-back artsy vibe is accessible to visitors via two of the city\u2019s coolest small inns. Debuted recently in the Five Points neighborhood, the Vandyke Bed and Beverage houses a hip bar. Nearby, Urban Cowboy B&B\u2019s Victorian exterior belies the wild, Western interior that fosters cocktail-fueled socializing between locals and guests. For a jolt of caffeine in airy industrial digs, Barista Parlor does excellent single-origin pour-overs with buttery-breakfast-biscuit sandwiches. Enjoy Tennessee-raised-beef burgers among string lights and boxwood trees at The Pharmacy Burger Parlor & Beer Garden. Shopping for a new guitar? Strum strings at Fanny\u2019s House of Music.