Renting an apartment in Antioch, Tennessee? If so, you'll have plenty of options to choose from as there are many affordable apartments in this Nashville suburb.
One of the first things you'll need to do when you move into your new Antioch apartment is shop for groceries. You can shop at a nearby grocery store for many things, but for fresh fruit in the summer, it's worth the 15-minute drive to Lebanon to pick your own apples, peaches and strawberries from Bubba Pratt's Farm. While in Lebanon, you can also purchase corn, cucumbers, peppers, pumpkins, summer squash, tomatoes, herbs and more at Circle S. Farms.
When you want a break from staying home and cooking in your apartment, Antioch has numerous local restaurants. Craving Italian food? Try Uncle Gio's Pizzeria and Ristorante for casual, fine dining or take the family to Rudino's Pizza and Grinders for dinner on their outdoor patio. If you're in the mood for Mexican delights, fans of Camino Real recommend it for its authentic food and great service. Cool off with a frozen margarita during a night out with friends at Casa Fiesta Mexican Restaurant. Hit a local Chinese buffet or try some local hot wings. Whatever your taste buds, there are a variety of options near any Antioch apartment.
You might decide you want to buy something besides food for your new Antioch apartment. If you do, head to the Hickory Hollow Mall. Browse through Sears and Macy's department stores or peruse the many smaller, specialty stores within the mall. Be sure to save a little money, though, so you can catch a current movie at the nearby Carmike Cinemas.
For outdoor fun, drive approximately 11 miles from your Antioch apartment to Bledsoe Creek State Park where you can enjoy boating, camping, fishing, hiking and more.
You'll find a variety of things to do in and around Antioch, and you'll find great apartments in Antioch on ApartmentGuide.com.