Our new¬†foodie contributor Malia of Lia Went Where is dishing up her fave Easter Brunch Spots In Nashville. Side note: she is a pretty, awesome food blogger here in Nashville and hits up all the great spots on the regular. Her instagram page is a must follow, warning you will probably walk away hungry.
Alrighty, check out her picks and make your plans if you haven’t yet, it’s Nashville folks and reservation will get locked up quick.
Garden Brunch Caf√©: A fun, family friendly, option for brunch. They offer a variety of home style breakfast options, that are reasonably priced and located in Germantown.
What I recommend: Jefferson Street Benny.
Saint Anejo: A hip Mexican restaurant in the Gulch that‚Äôs perfect for any brunch occasion. They offer 2 for 1 brunch libations.
What I recommend: Steak and Egg Diabla.
Kitchen Notes: A posh buffet style (with full menu as well) restaurant located inside the Omni Hotel. Very family friendly as well, and they offer $5 mimosas.
What I recommend: everything!
¬†AMOT (A Matter of Taste):¬†A small (semi family friendly) restaurant in East Nashville that specialized in gluten free food selections. They also offer $3 mimosas.
What I recommend: Mediterranean Veggie Omelet.
City Fire: An American style restaurant located in the Gulch that has $5 wine glasses and bottomless mimosas during brunch.
What I recommend: the ‚ÄúSweet and Savory‚ÄĚ Burger.
Tupelo Honey Caf√©:¬† A restaurant located in Franklin that specializes in southern comfort cuisine with an upscale flair.
What I recommend: Tupelo Shrimp and Grits.