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Places We Love: The Hermitage Hotel

September 8, 2010

We love the culture and sense of tradition of the South, and Nashville certainly does not disappoint!  While this city has so many beautiful venues to hold a wedding, the Hermitage Hotel is a standout- as it has the perfect combination of southern hospitality and old world elegance.  One of our Mojuba gals has visited this beautiful hotel several times and can attest to its understated elegance and charm.  We also had the opportunity to speak with Director of Events Pam Luttermoser, who was gracious enough to share her time and point out some of the highlights and history of the hotel.

Ceremonies are typically held in the Veranda, which seats up to 130 people.  Guests can then enjoy cocktails in the beautifully ornate lobby, followed by dinner and dancing in the Grand Ballroom. The catering menu has many overlaps with the well-known Capitol Grill, including many signature dishes created by executive chef Tyler Brown.  The food is fresh as can be, since much of their produce is grown locally at Glen Leven garden.  Pam’s picks from the menu include Truffle Mac and Cheese and Vidallia Onion Bisque garnished with a Grilled Brie Sandwich and Bacon and Chives.

We love the Hermitage because it perfectly fuses the past and present, making it a must-see if you’re considering a wedding in Nashville.  This historic hotel is about to celebrate its 100th anniversary – congratulations to the Hermitage on a century of exceptional service!  (If these walls could talk!)

Hermitage Hotel in Nashville, TN.

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