The Tennessean rounded up some shareable bites, including our own Oatmeal Skillet Cookie - chocolate chips nestled inside oatmeal cookie dough, baked in a cast iron skillet until perfectly gooey, then topped with vanilla ice cream. It's certainly a dessert for two - or one. We won't judge.
"The Sutler rolled out a new brunch you should definitely check out. Bluegrass Brunch at The Sutler will take place every Sunday from 10:00am until 3:00pm.
Nashville Guru got a chance to experience it first-hand, and let’s just say, we’ll be back. Not only were we fans of the bottomless mimosas ($15), the build-your-own Bloody Mary bar ($2 + pick your vodka), and delicious food options, but the live bluegrass band on stage made the experience truly special. The menu includes everything from chicken and waffles to breakfast tacos to sweet potato pancakes. The first couple weeks have been very successful, so get there early!"
Thanks, Nashville Guru!
"the sutler bluegrass brunch on sundays is the authentic music city experience. live bluegrass music 10am-3pm combined with smoked brisket, chicken & cornbread waffles, biscuits & gravy all pair well with $15 bottomless mimosas or their bloody mary bar."
Read more at ispeaknashville.
"Brunchers, listen up! There’s a new option to add to your local brunch rotation. The Sutler‘s Bluegrass Brunch is now in full swing and takes place every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Serving up a truly Nashville brunch experience, guests can enjoy live bluegrass, $15 bottomless mimosas, a Mary from the impressive Bloody Mary bar starting at $2 (with add-ons costing additional) and a stunning brunch menu, complete with chicken and waffles, breakfast tacos, hash plates and more Southern favorites. Bear in mind that there will no longer be dinner service at The Sutler on Sundays, but brunch … BRUNCH!"
Read more at StyleBlueprint.
"Great news, fellow citizens of Brunch Republic: The Sutler is now hosting Bluegrass Brunch every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Bluegrass Brunch replaces Grassfed Sundays and will feature a special brunch menu and live bluegrass music onstage in the main dining room."
Read the full Nashville Scene article.
The Sutler's Smoked Meatloaf with tomato glaze & jalapeno mac & cheese is featured in The Tennessean's '5 to Try' - Dishes to Curl Up with by the Fireplace. We agree; this is comfort food at its best.
Among Nashville's many New Year's Eve offerings, The Sutler's Jingle Boot Rock stands out with an all-inclusive ticket, featuring food, drink and live music. Check out the full story at Nashville Scene.
The Sutler's Melrose Mule made The Tennessean's list of 5 ginger-inspired drinks and dishes to try in Nashville! Read the full article here.
Thrillist named The Sutler among Nashville's best music venues!
"In addition to a menu of decadent comfort food, this new reincarnation of the beloved Sutler Saloon has stayed true to its former namesake’s dedication to live music. The bands lean toward Americana and old-time string music, but there is still some variety in the genres featured. The sound system is top-notch and the backdrop of the stage may be one of the most creative in town with a wall plastered with a mosaic of colorful leather boots scrounged from used clothing shops and yard sales."
2600 8th Ave S, Ste. 109, Nashville, TN 37204
Located in The Melrose
The Sutler Saloon Hours
Monday - Wednesday: 11:00 am to 11:00 pm
Thursday - Friday: 11:00 am to 1:00 am
Saturday: 10:00 am to 1:00 am
Sunday: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
(Brunch Saturday & Sunday 10:00 am to 3:00 pm)
Serving the full menu until close.
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