Best Brunch Spots in Nashville
Compared to what we have now, Nashville’s brunch options were fewer a decade ago. The city’s explosion of the restaurant scene has brought many sustainable brunch options within the metropolis, even with an increase in Saturday options. Here is a round-up list of the best brunch spots in Nashville from a hole-in-the-wall dive in East Nashville to the city’s ritziest and everything between;
Henrietta Red: Top on the list is for the best brunch spots in Nashville is the Henrietta Red, which is own by Chef Julia Sullivan. This is her first restaurant opened in February of 2017 and then it quickly became a smashing success for her take on Southern cuisine. On the same note, the harbor offers something different from everywhere else in Nashville specifically for its raw oyster bar. However, the best brunch dishes are orange monkey bread and mushroom polenta. You can as well walk in for your brunch on Saturday or Sunday within the hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. You’ll find Henrietta Red at 1200 Fourth Ave. N., Germantown.
Sinema: Sinema is the chic vibe of this Art Deco escape. Located in the historic Melrose Theater, precisely 2600 8th Ave. S., #102, Melrose. Apart from the fact that Sinema help set the tone for an unforgettable Nashville brunch experience, Kathy Anderson has incorporated the best of Old Hollywood and New Nashville in this vintage space to give an elegant air to even the most casual of gatherings. The delectable Fruity Pebble French Toast is one of the standout brunch dishes, however, the “Bottomless Brunch” offered every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. includes access to an array of varied service stations throughout the two-story space.
Butcher & Bee: Chef Bryan Lee Weaver has fashioned one of the most inventive menus at 902 Main St. East Nashville. Butcher & Bee links Israeli dishes with fresh Southern ingredients. Walk-in if you love the shareable food that is delicious and fresh. Possibly, the Whipped Feta: a blend of feta and cream cheese, drizzled with fermented honey and topped with fresh chives and cracked black pepper, served with warm pita bread is the reason most people rush down to Butcher & Bee. You could equally opt for Green Eggs and Lamb on weekend.
Marché Artisan Foods: Chef Margot McCormack opened a relaxed café that provides elegant food right in East Nashville that changes the menu weekly to highlight the best locally sourced ingredients Nashville and Middle Tennessee have to offer. Marché Artisan Foods fuses the French and Italian culture, incredibly sophisticated but affordable. Make it a date with the best brunch hours on Fridays and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., also on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Mondays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. You can find Marché Artisan Foods at 1000 Main St., East Nashville.
Marsh House: Another hot brunch spot is the March House inside the Thompson Hotel. It is sometimes refer to as the celebrities’ lounge because most of them come for discretion of staff and the excellence of the culinary atmosphere. You’ll be impressed to get a menu that highlights blueberry corn muffins, avocado tartine and more. You can get more than a taste of the best brunch in town here.
Lou: From Paris, Mailea Weger migrated to Nashville to develop a simple, French induced meals so that we could witness brilliance in foods. Her idea is an all-day, every day brunch from10 am – 4 pm every day. Most people come here for the fried eggs and broccolini flowers, poached eggs with mustard greens, roasted banana buttermilk pancakes and more. She’s the best in this kinds of meals. You may want to check out her spot, trust me, you will definitely love it there.
For more options to these hot spots, do not hesitate to look up for these restaurants for amazing brunches; Etc., Husk, Tarven, Chauhan Ale & Masala House, Café Roze, Biscuit Love, Saint Añejo.