6 Delectable Brunch Spots In Nashville

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After a night out on the town in Nashville, a recovery brunch is necessary. Whether you’re seeking Southern-inspired cuisine or an upscale brunch buffet to remember, here are six must-visit spots for a uniquely Nashville brunch.

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Josephine: Located in Nashville’s eclectic 12 South neighborhood, Josephine offers diners a unique brunch experience in an industrial yet cozy setting. Chef Andy Little’s carefully curated weekend brunch menu includes expected staples like waffles and omelettes but also features signature dishes like the Josephine Benedict (poached eggs, scrapple, country ham, brown butter hollandaise) and the Fried Hot Catfish Sandwich (with lettuce, pickles and rémoulade) that keep avid brunchers coming back, weekend after weekend.

Yeast Nashville: Sometimes, a delicious kolache just hits the spot in the morning, and luckily, Yeast Nashville is a go-to destination to get your fill. What’s a kolache? These baked goods are typically made of a yeast-based dough and are filled with a fruit, poppy-seed or cheese filling. Leave it to Yeast to get creative with their kolaches: in addition to sweet-filled varieties, savory sausage- and cheddar-filled eats are also available. In addition to their kolaches, Yeast also serves up delicious baked goods like cinnamon rolls, muffins and more.

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Sinema: Sinema is nestled in Nashville’s historic Melrose Theatre, which originally opened its doors to theatre-goers in 1942. Now an upscale dining destination, Sinema’s culinary team aims to provide guests with an experience that is reminiscent of eras past, from the restaurant’s vintage touches to the menu’s American-inspired fare. Pop into Sinema’s Bottomless Brunch on Saturdays and Sundays and get ready to feast: for $25, diners receive unlimited access to the restaurant’s fried chicken and biscuit bar, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, a panini station and more. For an additional $15, stay a while and add on unlimited mimosas and Bloody Mary’s to your meal.

Loveless Cafe: Head over to the Loveless Cafe just outside of Nashville, where serving up real Southern fare is a priority. Indulge in morning platters and plates like the Southern Sampler Breakfast (country ham, bacon, sausage, two eggs) or the Barbecue Pork Omelette (sautéed onions, cheddar cheese, barbecue sauce) for a hearty meal that will hold you over well until dinner. After your meal, don’t miss the Loveless Cafe’s on-site gift shop that is full of Southern-inspired gifts and canned goods to take home.

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Husk: Located on Rutledge Hill in a historic home is Husk, a Nashville dining destination that celebrates flavors from the region in all of its dishes. With a menu that changes daily based on what seasonal ingredients are available, Husk diners can expect a different brunch experience each time they visit. Don’t miss the dishes that regularly grace Husk’s brunch menu, like decadent French Toast, Eggs Benedict, House-made Doughnuts and more.

Acme Feed & Seed: Housed in a historic building at the end of the Broadway strip is Acme Feed & Seed, a rustic destination for dining and live music. Visit this multilevel spot for a hearty, Southern-inspired brunch on Saturdays and Sundays beginning at 10am. Don’t miss menu staples like the Beautina Hash (two sunny-side-up eggs over slow-cooked brisket, potatoes, caramelized onion) and the decadent Rule The Roost (hot chicken sandwich with green peppercorn aioli, American cheese, pickles on white bread, hand-cut fries).

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