Nashville October 08, 2017
10 Places In Nashville With The Most Delicious Biscuits
Are you a biscuit fan? Well, WE sure are and we jumped at the chance to list out our favorite hot spots right here in Nashville. From high class to down home, we have some great spots for you to indulge in a flaky, buttery breakfast you’ll want to relive over and over again. Did your favorite restaurant in Music City make the list…?
10. Harding House Restaurant
You can find The Harding House on the grounds of the historic and beautiful Belle Meade Plantation, which means you get to indulge in a delicious biscuit breakfast while experiencing the depth of Tennessee's past. (5025 Harding Pike)
Located in an old home on the outskirts of downtown, Husk has a solid following of locals who love their seasonal menu and locally sourced ingredients. The gorgeous space serves up a solid dish of biscuits and gravy, too, so don't miss out! (37 Rutledge Street)
8. Eighth and Roast
This 8th Avenue establishment is great if you're looking for a delectable breakfast sandwich on a flaky, buttery biscuit. We's also recommend their almond joy granola with Greek yogurt - absolutely perfect. (2108A 8th Ave S)
7. Sky Blue
7. Sky Blue
Sky Blue is known for their pancake stuffed french toast, but we're bigger fans of their biscuits. This fun East Nashville eatery serves up the southern favorite with a side of jam and butter. Yum! (700 Fatherland Street)
6. Porter Road Butcher
Porter Road Butcher has a fabulous location on the east side of town, and they serve up a great breakfast six days a week. We'd recommend the PRB Biscuit - it's dreamy. (4816 Charlotte Pike)
5. Barista Parlor
What, a coffee shop for biscuits?! Yes. Barista Parlor takes breakfast to the next level with their Moto Biscuit, a delicious breakfast concoction that will make you wish for the early morning meal three times a day. Really. (Various Locations)
4. Biscuit Love
Biscuit Love now has two locations, one in the Gulch and the other located in Hillsboro Village. We'd recommend the East Nasty (pictured) or their famed bonuts - donuts, basically, made from biscuit dough. If that doesn't make your mouth water, we just don't get it.
3. Holler and Dash
Cracker Barrel's newest foray into quick and cheap meals, Holler and Dash serves up real food with intense flavor. The design is gorgeous, and we can't wait to try out their menu. For now? We can't stop hearing about their amazing biscuits... (Various locations)
2. Loveless Cafe
Ah, the classic Nashville biscuit house. Loveless has gotten a bit touristy over the last couple of years, but their secret recipe remains delicious and quite solidly the same. We love eating here, but we'd recommend coming early so you miss the crowds. (8400 Highway 100)
1. The Nashville Biscuit House
We really think that the Nashville Biscuit House is the best place to snag a biscuit in Nashville. This low-key spot is a local favorite and it's great if you've got a handful of cash and are waiting to spend it on something REAL good. Like the best biscuit in Nashville. (805 Gallatin Avenue)
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