Nashville Reveals Itself as a Brunch City

In order to make sure your brunch game is rock solid we’ve jotted down a few of Nashville’s best Sunday morning hideouts.

Marché Artisan Food

Don’t let the long line of hungry locals standing outside this East Nashville hot spot turn you away. Chef Margot McCormack rewards patience with a crepe du jour and must-try pastries.


Brunch is anything but typical at Husk when Chef Sean Brock brings things into altogether more daring flavor territory. The menu is redrawn every week, with the exception of their famous grits.

Butcher & Bee

Butcher & Bee likes to throw in alongside tried-and-true breakfast staples a few curveballs, like their poached egg on sourdough topped with spicy tomato and delicious Korean fried chicken.

Chauhan Ale and Masala House

Giving the public the rare treat of Indian cuisine infused with Southern flavor, Chauhan Ale and Masala House aces the brunch exam tandoori with shrimp and grits and curry biscuits.

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