A bachelorette trip isn’t complete without a brunch to bring you back to life. We’ve compiled over 10 different breakfast and brunch options throughout the city.
The best brunch spots in Nashville for bachelorette parties
Nashville brunch is unmatched. From classic Southern breakfasts to trendy, Instagrammable hot spots, there’s something for everyone. We put together a list of the best boozy and bottomless brunch Nashville has to offer that you can use as a comprehensive guide to finding the ultimate bachelorette brunch experience. This will satisfy you no matter what you’re in the mood for.
What you need to know about eating brunch in Nashville
Nashville has one of the best brunch scenes in the south. There are many different types of food and decor, with something for everyone. But there are a few things you need to know before settling down in front of a heaping pile of eggs.
Book your reservations far in advance
The most popular restaurants will book out very far in advance. We recommend booking your brunch reservations as soon as the booking window opens, even if it’s several months out. Super trendy places, like Hampton Social, will fill up very far in advance.
The booking window will vary from place to place, so check out your favorites a couple of months before the bachelorette weekend.
Check if the restaurant has a dress code
Some of the fancier brunch options do have a required dress code, it is the south after all. Not all of these places are the type of eatery where it’s okay to show up wearing last night’s clothes. Make sure to check for dress codes prior to your trip.
The closer you are to downtown, the less unique the food will be
We’re not saying that downtown Nashville doesn’t have delicious food, it does. But most restaurants tend to server the same, or similar, meals when you’re near Broadway. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but if you’re a huge foodie we would recommend branching out into different neighborhoods.
Make your parking plan in advance
You need to plan out where you’re going to park if you’re not walking to the brunch spot. Many of the restaurants on this list happen to have atrocious parking. So plan ahead to either a) uber, b) walk or c) fight all the other visitors for a parking spot.
The best brunch spots for bachelorettes include
Milk and Honey
Liberty Common is one of the most instagrammable options on this list. But not only is the interior beautiful, the food and drinks are divine. Liberty Common can handle a larger group, so this may be right for a party of 6+.
Von Elrod’s is a German style beer hall located in – you guessed it – Germantown. This large building has high ceilings, great brats and mimosas in steins as big as your head. You don’t need to make a reservation for Von Elrod’s and it’s huge – so bring as many gals as you can.
Pinewood Social is a restaurant / bowling alley and so much more. You can even book a bowling lane and have food delivered right to you! It’s the perfect two for one activity.
Milk & Honey
Milk & Honey is one of the most popular brunch spots in Nashville. The service is usually very good and the drinks are tasty. They serve plenty of baked goods and full breakfasts and lunch.
Cafe Roze is a delicious café in East Nashville. It’s a bit off the beaten path, but the commute is well worth it. They have healthier vegetable options but only one thing will cure your hangover: the Smashburger. Please note that this is a smaller venue, so make sure you book in advance.
White Limozeen is a stylish, all-pink restaurant on the rooftop of the Graduate hotel. Take in skyline views as you snap picture-perfect shots outside with friends or pull up a seat indoors at the rosy onyx bar. In the summers you can even book a cabana and drink poolside.
Hampton Social is an Instagrammer’s dream. Every single detail inside this multi-story bar and restaurant is crafted with photography in mind. From a beautiful pink floral wall to gorgeous 360 degrees of Nashville, Hampton Social is a great brunch option if you’re looking to capture the perfect ‘gram.
Swing by Suzy Wong’s for a delicious drag brunch. While the food at Suzy Wong’s isn’t the most ~refined~, it’s tasty and no one really goes there for the food anyways.