For the past few years, brunch has definitely become a "thing." With the big boom of growth in Nashville restaurants are popping up everywhere, more of your favorite spots are offering a brunch menu. Whether you want to enjoy a nice Sunday Funday or attend brunch during the week, we have you covered. Check out a few brunch restaurants that you may want to add to your list of places to go.
One of the newest spots in Nashville, Mother's Ruin is one of the places where you can get anything from breakfast burritos to loaded croissants. And did we mention the brunch menu extends until 4PM daily. Located in the Germantown area, you can escape the big downtown crowd.
You can find yourself enjoying the ultimate Sunday Funday at Tavern. Top items include hash brown casserole and you can't forget the two for one mimosas! Complete with an outside patio and full bar, you'll probably be here longer than brunch.
A twist on chicken and waffles, Coneheads puts their mix on brunch. Offering chicken inside a waffle cone, you can add your choice of sauce to complete it. But on Saturdays and Sundays, only, they have a selection of shrimp and grits in a cone or a shrimp basket. You can also enjoy a canned cocktails, including Bloody Mary, Paloma, Lime Margarita and more with your meal.
One of Nashville's hot spots, especially when the weather breaks, Saint Anejo is a must stop. Known for their cocktail specials and various range of salsa, you can enjoy a great appetizer before the big meal. Their stand out items include "The Gringo" which is a mash of potato hash, eggs and sausage. Located in the Gulch area of Nashville, when you're doing you can find plenty of things to do.
Garden Brunch Cafe
Before you indulge in the food, you can't help but be captivated by the art. Garden Brunch Cafe provides a mixture of your favorite omelettes and french toast. Located in the Germantown area, you can find accessible parking, but keep in mind to be there early. The line gets long quick.