Are you a brunch fan? Um, yes. Us too! There’s nothing like thick strips of bacon or the perfect hollandaise to get us going through the weekend. Whether you’re a Saturday morning pancake junkie or a Bloody Mary Sunday type of person, we’ve got a Tennessee hot spot for you!
11. Milk & Honey - Chattanooga
This darling little spot is low key and family friendly, serving up a couple of quick dishes and proffering a whole case of decadent pastries.
10. Crown & Goose - Knoxville
If their menu isn't enough to drag you out of bed, then this outdoor beer garden should be. Not that you'll be drinking beer in the morning (maybe?), but you'll want to stay ALL day long.
9. Sky Blue - Nashville
This quirky East Nashville eatery is perfect for the carb obsessed and will keep you full from Sunday to Friday with their country potatoes and egg options.
8. Bistro at the Bijou - Knoxville
A little upscale ain't too bad, don't you think? You've always wanted to eat here, and now you know they have brunch. GOOD brunch. You're done - make a reservation.
7. Café Eclectic - Memphis
This fun spot is a perfect Memphis brunch joint, offering great light options as well as those that exude the fantastic heavy brunch of olde.
6. Tupelo Honey Café - Chattanooga
Yes, it's a chain - but mainly because you can't get enough Tupelo Honey! The spot gets super busy, so make sure to plan ahead for your most wonderful brunch. You'll be glad you did.
5. Celtic Crossing - Memphis
Memphis is on here twice, because brunch is queen. Forever. Come to Celtic Crossing for a unique mix of tastes and textures, a trip for your tastebuds that you'll never want to end.
4. Husk - Nashville
With a garden out back and located in a historic brick house just outside downtown, Husk has made its way into the hearts - and mouths - of many a Nashville brunch enthusiast. It's great any time of day, though - so don't miss out!
3. Blue Plate - Chattanooga
The Bloody Marys are said to be legendary as well as the whole of Blue Plate's menu, so we have to say this is definitely a Chattanooga must.
2. The Plaid Apron - Knoxville
We asked around, and The Plaid Apron has a HUGE following amongst Knoxvillians. Their menu is well sought out, solidly priced and everything is delicious. What else could you ask for?
1. Marché Aristan Foods - Nashville
OH, my goodness. We can't say enough wonderful things about this fantastic European brunch spot. The line is consistently out the door on a Saturday because simply everything on the menu is fantastic, and you simply can't miss out on a tartine before you leave Music City.
So…we want to try them all. How many have you been to?