"Where should we go for brunch?" What hungry human being has not uttered that six-word phrase on a recent weekend? Well help is here, as we now present you with our guide for where to brunch in Nashville.
Variations on breakfast such as the red velvet waffle with cream cheese and pretzel pancakes with dulce de leche make this one stand out from the crowd. The Singapore stir fry is also a highlight. And while you're there, indulge in some of the best sangria in the city.
Wait times of an hour or more on weekends are not uncommon at chef Margot McCormack's East Nashville hot spot, but don't let that deter you. Musts are the breads and pastries, along with the crepe du jour.
New American Restaurant in Nashville, TN, United States
A brunch oasis in the 12 South neighborhood, try dishes such as the pistachio and dried cherry sticky buns, meyer lemon donuts and candied orange and Nutella French toast. Also of note: hot chocolate service.
Southern / Soul Food Restaurant in Nashville, TN, United States
Brunch at this outpost of chef Sean Brock's Charleston classic strays away from the usual fare and into more savory territory. The menu changes every weekend, but constants are the shrimp and grits (not your mama's) and the famous double patty HUSK cheeseburger.
This temple of meat from Terry Raley, owner of East Nashville favorites The Pharmacy and Holland House, is still very much the new kid on the block, having opened just two weeks ago in Germantown. And brunch starts tomorrow, which means grilled tongue biscuits, short ribs and smoked meats by the pound can be yours starting at 10 a.m.
If you must venture downtown for brunch, this three-story restaurant, bar and event venue is a fun option (and one of the few in general). Belly up to the full bar for some 'hair of the dog,' then pick your hangover cure, from shrimp and grits and pancakes to a full rack of ribs.