Located between Vanderbilt’s campus and Music Row, Fido serves locally roasted coffee, all-day breakfast, and really good homemade pastries. It’s a great place to stop by on the weekend before doing some shopping in Hillsboro Village, though since they stay open until 11pm most nights and serve beer, wine, and more dinner-friendly food later on, it’s a great, casual spot to stop by any time of day.
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