pucketts grocery-began in the 1950s, puckett’s grocery served originally as a country store to the community of leiper’s fork. groceries, a tank of gas and a southern cooked meal, the little store quickly became the epicenter of the town. now with a 5th & church street location, downtown nashville gets to enjoy those same homestyle recipes.
marche-a european-style cafe and marketplace just off 5 points in historic east nashville, marche’s blood orange mimosas and homemade granola & fresh fruit transport you to another place.
fidos-once named by usa today as one of the top 10 places for coffee & conversation, this wi-fi hotspot is ideal for the hungry laptop-carrying students and urban career-minded networkers alike.
pancake pantry-opened in 1961 and nestled in hillsboro village, they are lined out into the streets on some sunday mornings but the wait is always worth it. pancakes, crispy bacon and a side of southern charm have become a nashville tradition.
copper kettle-a generous buffet spread every sunday morning ranging from baked brie & smoked salmon to belgian waffles and eggs benedict. now with two locations: downtown and the original home across the street from david lipscomb university.
loveless cafe-located west of town right off the natchez trace on highway 100, the loveless cafe offers southern home cooking at its best. for over half a century, this nashville landmark has served up country ham, red-eye gravy and nashville’s favorite biscuits.