Our favorite brunch spots in Nashville’s SoBro neighborhood

Discover the best brunch spots in Nashville's SoBro neighborhood. From southern classics to unique twists, indulge in delicious breakfast and brunch favorites.

Welcome to the SoBro neighborhood in Nashville, a cultural hub renowned for its music, arts, fashion, and vibrant food scene. To make your Nashville experience even more memorable, we’ve picked out some of the best brunch spots in SoBro. Whether you're a local or a visitor, weekends are meant for indulgent, hearty brunches that go beyond your typical breakfast fare. So, grab your appetite and let’s dive in! 

1. Biscuit Love 

With two locations in Nashville, Biscuit Love is a very much beloved eatery and locally-owned family business not far from SoBro known for its Southern-style biscuits. Breakfast and lunch are served daily with must-try items being Bonuts, a sweet biscuit-donut hybrid and ‘The East Nasty,’ their savory signature dish.

Biscuit Love’s menu features several southern brunch classics with a twist, such as ‘The Princess’ with Nashville-style “Hot chicken and the ‘Southern Benny’ with sausage gravy. Their meals are made from scratch, with locally-sourced ingredients from the Nashville community of farmers and purveyors. It's a popular spot, so be prepared to wait in a long line during peak hours.  


2. Pinewood Social  

This trendy all-day cafe is the perfect location for a boozy brunch weekend with its very own bowling alley, outdoor pool, and inviting lounge seating. Their brunch menu is extensive, featuring variations of yummy pastries, sandwiches, brunch cocktails, and staple breakfast items like avocado toast and brown butter waffles. Although they only serve breakfast from 7-11 am on the weekdays, weekend brunch on Saturdays and Sundays goes until 3 pm. 

Pinewood Social is a Nashville classic famous for its brunch, but it also separately serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It houses its very own coffee shop (a mini Crema coffee and high-quality caffeine pick-me-up), bar with artisan cocktails, karaoke, and “dive-in movies” at the pool with free popcorn and themed frozen summer cocktails in the summer.  


3. Liberty Common

Southern food meets South of France at Liberty Common, the French-styled yet Southern-rooted brasserie and chic eatery decorated in blue and gold hues. Brunch, also known as “SoBro's Best Brunch,” according to Thrillist at the come-as-you-are cafe comes paired with beautiful outdoor seating on their patio and features breakfast and brunch specials all day long.  

From classics like croissants and Belgian-style waffles to creative twists like Waffle Benedicts and Blueberry & Lemon Buttermilk Pancakes with blueberry compote and lemon curd, Liberty Common doesn’t skip a beat. One last thing worth mentioning, the bottomless mimosas you can pair with your brunch. Now that’s what I call a chef's kiss!   


4. The Hampton Social 

The Hampton Social, is not only a go-to spot for rosé all day long, but also for brunch on the weekends. In fact, the SoBro Nashville location of this beachy chain is ground zero for an Instagram-worthy and boozy brunch. Complete with a swinging bed, elaborate flower wall, mossy plant wall logo, and expansive rooftop, the photo ops are endless. Hampton Social was inspired by the feeling of long summer days spent on the coast and is the perfect place to embrace the “Rosé All Day” lifestyle, coastal-inspired cuisine, and hand-crafted cocktails.  

This three-story hot spot is well-known for specialty cocktails like their ‘Hampton Frosé,’ ‘I Glitteraly Can’t,’ a strawberry gin cocktail with sparkling rosé and glitter balls, and the ‘Starlet Espresso Martini,’ an espresso martini with edible gold. But the real thing that stands out is how they serve their cocktails – in a giant seashell. They even let customers taste the music with guitar shots, which entails 10 shots served up in an actual guitar.  

Meanwhile, Hampton Social’s food menu has both savory and sweet options available for brunch, including a seafood tower, avocado toast, smash burger, shareable monkey bread, and bananas foster French toast. 


5. Sun Diner 

Transport yourself to the golden era of rock 'n' roll with this delightfully nostalgic 1950s-style diner that pairs retro charm with modern culinary flair. Sun Diner is a charming 38-seat establishment that pays tribute to the legendary Sun Records artists while serving up delectable breakfast and lunch favorites.  

Indulge in a fantastic breakfast menu featuring beloved classics like biscuits and gravy and crispy Chicken N’ Waffles to more unique items like “Let’s Do The Twist” Crème Brûlée French Toast and an Elvis PB&J sandwich with caramelized banana, bacon, peanut butter, and homemade berry jam.  


Experience Brunch Bliss in Nashville


There you have it, the best brunch spots in the SoBro neighborhood of Nashville. From Southern classics to unique twists, there's something for all tastes and preferences. Whether you're exploring the city or a local looking for a new spot, these brunch destinations are sure to satisfy your cravings and leave you feeling full and happy. So, grab your friends or family and head out for a weekend brunch that you won't forget! And while you’re at it, be sure to check out Placemakr Premier SoBro for a stay that you also won’t forget.  

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