Antioch – Steph spent much of her youth in Antioch, and James lived here throughout the ’90s. It’s still an affordable option for younger people or anyone who is budget-conscious. While many areas got more press during the heyday of the Nashville real estate market boom, Antioch was consistently one of the top drivers of equity gains in Metro Davidson County, and property values continue to appreciate there today. The cultural hub used to be the Global Mall at the Crossings (formerly Hickory Hollow Mall), but today Antioch is known as one of the best areas for ethnic cuisine, featuring authentic Latin American (not only Mexican, there are distinct differences), Ethiopian, Asian and many other culinary delights. Antioch is also home to the famous originator of Nashville Hot Chicken, Prince’s.