Nashville Easter Brunch Spots

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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 reservations will get locked up quick.

Monell’s: A fun, family-friendly, option for brunch. They are offering a special Easter to-go menu or enjoy their family-style breakfast options, that will leave you extra full. They are located in Germantown and also have an airport location off Murfreesboro Pk.

Saint Anejo: A hip Mexican restaurant in the Gulch that’s perfect for any brunch occasion. They offer 2 for 1 brunch libations.

Adele’s: Their brunch buffet is always on point for holidays and just any regular weekend. From smoked gouda grits, breakfast casserole to an impressive pastry bar. You can grab one of their Easter family-style, takeout option or dine-in. Just a heads up, reservations fill up fast there.

Sinema: This is definitely a Nashville staple and must-try for an elevated brunch experience. Located in the old, historic Melrose Theatre, it gives you an old Hollywood feel when you walk in, including old school movies projected on the wall. Bottomless mimosas are served up on the weekend and they now offer family style.

Minerva Ave:  A vibey spot with an indoor/outdoor ambiance that is bringing back their brunch menu, just in time for Easter 2021. Located in the hot new, Buchannan Arts District, you are sure to hear some good music and people watch on another level. See their newly released menu.

Butchertown Hall:  This swanky, little tex-mex joint is offering Easter family packs to-go, including chips and salsa, choice of smoked meat and of course sides. Located in Germantown, you can place your reservation here.

NOTE: We always recommend checking each restaurant’s health and safety protocols prior to visiting due to COVID-19

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