Fifteen solid places to find biscuits, benedicts, and bloody marys
There is arguably no better way to start off a Saturday or Sunday in Nashville than with a good, hearty (and yes, maybe boozy) brunch. To help in the imminent decision-making process, hours have been spent plowing through spicy bloody marys, biscuits, and Benedicts to highlight some of the city’s best and newest brunch spots, alongside some tried-and-true, mimosa-making classics.
The Sutler Saloon
Nashville, TN 37204
The 8th Avenue Melrose bar serves a bang-up live bluegrass brunch — on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. While serenaded by bluegrass musicians on stage, guests can build their own bloody marys or drink bottomless mimosas (or just skip straight to one of 90+ bourbons or whiskeys) while chowing down on biscuits, sweet potato pancakes, or smoked brisket hash.
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