Brunch is the perfect meal. It comes at you later in the day, has all your favorite foods, and booze is a staple. Nashville’s southern hospitality is on full display with these fab brunch spots with full plates and full pours.
1. Kitchen Notes at the Omni Hotel
So, I know I shouldn’t play favorites, but this is my favorite spot. The buffet is seriously epic. It is a giant L shaped buffet with everything from a carving station, smoothies, biscuits and gravy, an omelette/pancake/waffle chef, and fresh seafood. Those are just the main courses. There are two other giant tables for soups, cereals, baked goods, and oh yes- desserts.
Photos from @kitchennotesnashville instagram page
2. Biscuit Love
This fluffy favorite burst on the Nashville brunch scene relatively recently, but Nashville’s restaurant scene has been growing exponentially lately. This Gulch hot spot always comes with a long line. Pro Tip: while one person waits in line the others can zip around the corner and take pics at the wings mural. Order the Hummingbird Family Reserve, and don’t forget your stretchy pants.
3. Marsh House
The cool thing about this trendy restaurant located in the Thompson Hotel is that you can have during the week. Yes- you can have mimosas on a Monday or even a Wednesday. Don’t miss the bananas fosters pancakes and the chef’s bakery plate.
Photos from @marshhouserest instagram page
4. Pancake Pantry
This is The Godfather of Nashville brunch and a Nashville icon. It doesn’t matter what time of day or what the weather is, there is ALWAYS a line. Always. Yes, their pancakes are amazing- get the sweet potato or the Georgia peach.
Photos from @pancakepantrynashville instagram page
5. 55 South
This restaurant is a southern classic. All the traditional southern comfort food is found here. Don’t miss pimento BLT, fried green tomatoes and the bag of beignets that are so good you’ll swear you are in the Big Easy. Take an Uber because the Bloody Mary bar is so good you’ll keep coming back again and again….and again….
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