You know a city is a party city when they offer weekday brunches. Nashville is one of them. Here are the top 5 spots to hit up when you visit music city.
Yolan Nashville - stunning, decadent brunch
Michelin-starred chef Tony Mantuano is creating excellent dishes at Yolan. The wine pairing dinner is a must if you are staying at the hotel, or if you just want to indulge. However, if you can't make it for dinner, brunch is a magnificent feast as well.
Start with their perfectly brewed espresso or coffee from their Italian coffee machine. The duck benedict was beautiful and kept me full the entire day. Even something as simple as the potatoes are something of a work of art. Any meal at Yolan is a delicious treat that should be savored.
If you want to find the best coffee in Nashville, it’s simple, head to Frothy Monkey. The standard coffee is exceptional but you have to try one of their specialty coffees. The rosemary and honey latte will please any specialty coffee lover as well. There are several locations in Tennessee so even if you aren’t in Nashville you can get a tasty cup of coffee in some other Tennessee cities. For entrees the Loaded Biscuits & Chorizo Gravy is the way to go. It is loaded with peppers, onions, cheddar and eggs. They also have delicious breakfast sandwiches too. They don't take reservations but we didn't have to wait too long at the Franklin location.
Chauhan Ale and Masala House (unique brunch in Nashville)
Award winning Indian Fusion by Chef Maneet Chauhan is at Chauhan Ale and Masala House. Stepping inside, you’ll be welcomed by the bright colors that make you think you’ve entered Mumbai restaurant rather than a spot in the southern city of Nashville. But a glance at the menu and you’ll see how the sous chef has expertly married Indian flavors and southern cuisine. Start with the Gol Guppa shots, a puffed rice ball stuffed with garbanzo beans and potatoes with the cilantro mint sauce to pour over it. The steak and eggs over french fries with a delightful fenugreek sauce.
Located just a couple doors down from Chauhan Ale and Masala House is the popular spot Mockingbird. The restaurant serves brunch Wednesday through Sunday to hungry and hungover bachelorette parties and those in search of unique brunch dishes. Get a cup of coffee and the giant cinnamon roll (large enough to feed about 6 people). Then move on to to an item like the Flock Yes, a chicken fried chicken thigh with salsa, If you have any room, get the peanut butter pie.
Even if you are in Nashville on a Thursday, it's possible to have a fabulous brunch at these spots that serve brunch on weekdays. So where will you head to first?
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