Neighborhood Eats: The Best New Brunches in Nashville

Brunch is arguably the best reason to get out of bed in the morning, and these rising brunch stars are cutting you loose from Nashville’s familiar biscuits and gravy routine. We’ve broken down your neighborhood guide to what’s new and notable on Nashville’s brunch scene:
Photo Credit: Lisa Diederich
Photo Credit: Lisa Diederich
Downtown: Tavern at Bobby
Tavern at Bobby, which opened inside Downtown’s Bobby Hotel earlier this year, recently rolled out a new menu of brunch items. Keeping in line with the restaurant’s American, yet travel-inspired cuisine, standout items include the Quiche Lorraine, Bananas Foster French Toast and a Ratatouille & Goat Cheese omelet.
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Another Broken Egg
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Another Broken Egg

Sylvan Park: Another Broken Egg

Wildly popular brunch, lunch, and breakfast concept, Another Broken Egg, has claimed a place at the top of Nashville’s brunch list thanks to a new location in Sylvan Park. The restaurant, which is the second Nashville location for the breakfast outpost, serves up chef-inspired items such as peach cobbler pancakes, a decadent lobster and brie omelet, and variety of healthy power bowls.

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East Nashville: Fort Louise

Neighborhood favorite Fort Louise recently celebrated its one-year anniversary in the heart of East Nashville’s Inglewood. The restaurant’s brunch menu, which features items like Smoked Salmon Bagel Sliders and a pork sausage breakfast burrito, offer creative takes on classic American cuisine. Other dishes like the Bacon, Egg and Cheese Sandwich on white bread take inspiration from Chef Brody Kimbro’s early Waffle House roots.