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1106 Gallatin Ave., Nashville, TN 37206, United States

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Gifts or curiosities

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Eclectic, Artisanal/handicrafts, Food and drink, Local designers and products

neighborhood

East Nashville
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Nashville native Courtney Webb returned to her old stomping grounds after stints in New York and New Orleans to open her charming, quirky, and electic modern day general store, Hey Rooster, in 2013. This skinny, two-story standalone building is tucked among the bustling Gallatin corridor—you'll be able to spot it by its bright yellow door—and stocks a mix of local artisan products like Olive & Sinclair chocolate, Soberdough bread mix, Eli Mason mixers, and Golden Apothecary essentials, as well as plenty of Nashville-themed merchandise (think tea towels, graphic design prints, and Wildsam field guides). In 2015, Webb got funded on Kickstarter for her punny concept, Y'alls Balls, and also sells frozen batches of the made-from-scratch sausage delicacies in four flavors (traditional, vegetarian, bleu cheese and bacon, and hot chicken) out of her shop. Be sure and take a peek upstairs in the Hen House to see what workshops, pop-up stores, or special events might be happening.

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Hey Rooster

Nashville native Courtney Webb returned to her old stomping grounds after stints in New York and New Orleans to open her charming, quirky, and electic modern day general store, Hey Rooster, in 2013. This skinny, two-story standalone building is tucked among the bustling Gallatin corridor—you'll be able to spot it by its bright yellow door—and stocks a mix of local artisan products like Olive & Sinclair chocolate, Soberdough bread mix, Eli Mason mixers, and Golden Apothecary essentials, as well as plenty of Nashville-themed merchandise (think tea towels, graphic design prints, and Wildsam field guides). In 2015, Webb got funded on Kickstarter for her punny concept, Y'alls Balls, and also sells frozen batches of the made-from-scratch sausage delicacies in four flavors (traditional, vegetarian, bleu cheese and bacon, and hot chicken) out of her shop. Be sure and take a peek upstairs in the Hen House to see what workshops, pop-up stores, or special events might be happening.