10 Best Brunch Spots in Nashville
It’s the freaking weekend and you know what that means.. TIME TO BRUNCH! No other event of the week brings together our favorite people, food and drinks quite like brunch and Nashville has no shortage of hot spots. We compiled a list of our top ten favorite places to brunch in Music City. Check it out and brunch your heart out, Nashville!
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The Mockingbird has become one of the most popular brunch spots in Nashville. Popular TV Chef Maneet Chauhan, of Chauhan Ale & Masala House, tapped Brian Riggenbach and Mikey Corona to become her partners for The Mockingbird, a modern diner on 12th Avenue North. You’ll enjoy classic diner-type foods from around the globe. Click here to check out the menu.
Sinema’s Bottomless Brunch is quite the event from 10 am to 2 pm on Saturdays and Sundays. A classic Hollywood movie plays on a big screen while you fill your plate with yummy classic brunch items as well as treats from the Waffle Bar and Bottomless Bloody Mary and Mimosa Bar. Sinema’s brunch is so popular, reservations are encouraged and possibly necessary. Click here to see the menu.
If you’ve ever driven past Pancake Pantry on the weekend and observed the insanely long line stretching down Hillsboro Village, you may have wondered, “Is it really worth it?!” Well, we’re here to tell you, “Yes, yes, it is.” Now, you may not want to brunch here every weekend but it’s definitely worth the wait.. every now and then. This place has been a Nashville staple since 1961 and we still love it as much as ever. You just can’t find better pancakes anywhere in town. Click here to see the menu.
The Old School is an ironically newer place to brunch your heart out. The farm-to-table concept is located on it’s own farm in Bells Bend, about ten minutes from Nashville. Not only can you enjoy a delicious hyper-local and seasonal brunch, you can bring your four-legged friend to enjoy The Old School’s new dog park! It’s the perfect Saturday morning. Click here to see the menu.
A pit master paradise! Butchertown Hall is known for their mouthwatering meats from brisket to ribs to pulled pork, but brunch is a little lighter. We highly recommend the Coal-Baked Eggs. Click here to see the menu.
6. Marsh House
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if brunch was an every morning thing? Well, dreams come true at the Marsh House in Nashville. This spot is only of the only places in town to indulge in brunch any day of the week. Tapped as a “Southern Seafood” restaurant, Marsh House has a surprisingly traditional menu for brunch. Click here to check it out.
Biscuit Love is a no brainer brunch for tourists and locals which explains the incredibly long line (but it’s worth it, people)! And it makes sense. There’s nothing more southern (or more Nashville) than homemade biscuits and gravy. And there’s so much more! It’s a brunch lovers dream. Click here to see the menu.
Marche Artisan Foods is the place to brunch on the east side. They serve brunch all day long and their cafe has all the European cafe vibes. It’s adorable and delicious. Click here for the menu.
Hathorne is one of the newer places to brunch in Nashville, located in a former church built in 1948. They’re all about bringing people to the table and sharing dishes but it might be hard to share brunch favorites like French omellette, buttermilk pancakes and brunch donuts. Mmm. Click here for the full menu.
Henrietta Red’s ingredients are similar to its’ aesthetic.. simple and fresh. Their clean, white space is open air and relaxing for a weekend get together over a delicious meal. You can’t go wrong with anything on the menu but we recommend the Farmer’s Market Quiche, Cucumber Toast or the Strawberry Pop-Tart. Click here to see the full menu.