Nashville November 12, 2016
These 11 Restaurants In Nashville Prove That Brunch Is The Best Meal Of The Day
Brunch has become the meal of the millennial. Bottomless mimosas, french toast creations and mile high stacks of pancakes have come to soak our weekends in excess calories, giving us the energy to make it through to Sunday night. With these eleven Nashville spots, you’re bound to find a spot that perfectly fits your palate – no matter how late you sleep.
11. Josephine - 2316 12th Ave S
Open from 10-3 on the weekends, Josephine has a stunning interior design and extensive, seasonal menu that serves up everything from classic omelets to Nashville hot chicken and biscuits.
10. Sky Blue Cafe - 700 Fatherland Street
Known for their pancake and french toast conglomeration and fun trivia games peppered around the tables, Sky Blue is an East Nashville favorite that opens REALLY early - at 7 a.m. - just in case you can't wait until ten.
9. Marche Artisan Foods - 1000 Main Street
The european inspired eatery always has scads of folks waiting outside for their tartines and decadent breakfast items.
8. Butcher & Bee Nashville - 902 Main Street
A small plate spot, you can order from their tapas-style selection to fuller plates like green eggs and lamb or the IFC - Israeli fried chicken.
7. Biscuit Love - 316 11th Ave S
Fabulous bo-nuts (donuts made out of biscuit dough) and that ever present Nashville sign have come to define the well-known Biscuit Love. Their skillet options make for a perfect, heavy start to every morning - and their diner mugs are the CUTEST.
6. Mad Donna's - 1313 Woodland St
This east Nashville hot spot is great for big parties and hefty appetites. They've been known to host quite a few on their patio during the hot months, and their extensive menu is a win for the whole group.
5. 5th & Taylor - 1411 5th Ave N
An upscale eatery located in Germantown, you can order favorite Southern staples like shrimp and grits or go for something a little more interesting like bacon wrapped quail.
4. Butchertown Hall - 1416 4th Ave N
This is one of our favorite places in the city. Their offerings may be slightly more meat-based (hence the name), but we wouldn't say no to a fabulous sausage + coffee combo. Plus, the interior is like something out of a magazine. This is most definitely a Germantown gem.
3. Saint Anejo - 1120 McGavock Street
Open for brunch from 10-3 on the weekends, Saint Anejo is located in the Gulch and a local favorite is the cornbread with chorizo queso. They also have a great Bloody Mary + bacon combo. Yum!
2. Virago - 1126 McGavock Street
Brunch AND a view - during certain months of the year, so you should probably check, folks. Virago is well-known for being a sushi spot, but their new brunch menu has been publicized as a traditional Japanese breakfast with southern flair. You up for the challenge?
After suffering from a fire earlier this year, Husk Nashville is back and better than ever. Located in a historic mansion just south of Broadway, their farm-to-table offerings and Southern comfort flair truly make this a place to frequent.
We just gave you eleven reasons a Nashville weekend is the best kind of weekend but brunch isn’t the only thing we do right. While you’re in town, you’ll want to check out these 7 incredible sandwich joints which prove we have a lot going on in Nashville between two slices of bread.