Weekend Brunch

Saint Anejo

When the weather is made for patios and open garage doors, Saint Anejo is where everyone wants to be for brunch.  This place has everything – great atmosphere, inspired décor, delicious food, and 2 for 1 handcrafted libations from 10am to 3pm every weekend.  Tucked away from much of the tourist driven areas, Saint Anejo is in the heart of the Gulch neighborhood just minutes away from downtown Nashville and is a go-to for locals.  www.mstreetnashville.com/saint-anejo  Address: 1120 McGavock Street, Nashville TN 37203

Pinewood Social

A fun concept from Strategic Hospitality, Pinewood Social is an upscale hangout like no other place you’ve been.  Brilliant restaurateurs, Benjamin and Max Goldberg brought in the very best team to make up this unique space with a retro bowling alley, pool, four separate menus from Chef Josh Habiger, a drink menu to die for from cocktail guru Matt Tocco, coffee experts from CREMA, pastries from Dozen Bakery, and more.  While you could spend an entire day here, we highly recommend the stand-out brunch menu.  Order the Broken Yolk Tacos or the Elvis Waffle.  www.pinewoodsocial.com  Address: 33 Peabody St, Nashville TN 37210


Located in Midtown, Tavern is the place to be for brunch.  This relaxed atmosphere with a bustling bar area, televisions, cozy booths, and an outdoor patio serves up brunch every weekend with melt-in-your-mouth menu options and 2 for 1 cocktails from 10am to 3pm.  Popular menu items include the Kaya Toast, The Nooner, Cheddar Cheese Biscuits, and the Pain Perdu, a cornflake French toast with rocky road sauce.  www.mstreetnashville.com/tavern  Address: 1904 Broadway, Nashville TN 37203