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- 76%Adventure Travelers
- 74%Family Travelers
- 63%Budget Travelers
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- Loveless Cafe
- Loveless CafeMember ofLocal CultureHistory BuffsArt & Design LoversOct 15, 2013
Amazing biscuits- it is no surprise they make 7,000 of them a day. I also really love their fried chicken and fried green tomatoes. The staff is super nice and the gift shops are fun- you can pick up Jack Daniel's stuff and GooGoo Clusters.
Try to hit the cafe on off-times, as there is almost always a wait.
And check out their Music City Roots series hosted by Jim Lauderdale. Amazing bands and singer-songwriters.Recommended for:
- Loveless CafeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily TravelersFoodiesApr 07, 2014
Wow! I have really enjoyed myself in this place. There was a live music evening: country and bluegrass music obviously. During summertime ad a matter of fact they organize a radio programme which involves country and bluegrass international artists. Good beers and a really funny environment. You shouldn't miss it.
- Loveless CafeMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersWellness+ 3Aug 12, 2013
A must-try local eatery known for their tasty traditional southern fare, particularly their biscuits. It's a bit of an event just to head out to the welcoming farm style home where you'll find a rocking chairs set out on the lawns, a massive BBQ shed, and a cute gift shop along with the lively vibe happening inside the main hub of the restaurant.Recommended for:
- Loveless CafeJun 27, 2013
A must see when in Nashville...only 2 miles from our vacation rental up Old Harding Pike at Hwy 100. Great biscuits, country ham and red-eye gravy, fresh country vegetables and excellent fried chicken and BBQ. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner...Last but not least delicious homemade pies!
- Loveless CafeMar 28, 2013
Get out of town & visit the Loveless Cafe for some down home Southern comfort food. The biscuits are velvelty soft & the homemade preserves are divine. The smoker imparts lovely flavor to their BBQ, and the side dishes are gut-busting. A must-eat restaurant!
- Loveless CafeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 8Jul 05, 2012
Fantastic homemade food!! I had the garlic mashed potatoes, which was the "vegetable of the day", and they were incredibly tasty! They were the perfect accompaniment to my fried chicken.
- Loveless CafeJul 05, 2012
The moment you walk into the Loveless Cafe is the same moment you know you've stumbled upon something special. As you take in the sight of walls covered in countless pictures of famous (and not so famous) country and rock 'n roll stars, your nose is bombarded with the heavenly smells of hot biscuits. Every normal, functional brain in the vicinity turns to gush and can only think, "Biscuits. I want biscuits. Now." All of the food at the Loveless Cafe is delicious, but it is worth the trip just for the biscuits.
This place has been around for years and is practically a landmark in Nashville. Make sure to visit the Ham & Jams Country Market across the way to pick up some biscuit mix and jams (they make excellent gifts...if you don't consume them first.)
- Loveless CafeJul 04, 2012
Out past the end of the city and at the end of Natchez Trace lay the Loveless Cafe. True southern food served by true southern people. Everything is "the best" on the menu; I truly love the Pulled Pork Omelette though. Try the biscuits and the jams. Have the ham. Try it all.
Although the Pancake Pantry is the place for the longest lines, the drive out to Loveless is both beautiful and worth it.