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  • Writer's pictureMary Ann

Where to Eat Brunch in Nashville Right Now

With businesses and restaurants beginning to reopen, an upbeat and boozy brunch is something many are looking forward to. We’ve rounded up a few Nashville spots where guests can currently get their brunch fix.

Photo Credit: DREAM Hotel

Stateside Kitchen at DREAM Nashville

Hours: Friday - Sunday from 10AM to 4PM

What we love:  Ambiance is everything when it comes to brunch and Stateside Kitchen’s vibrant and upscale atmosphere has made it a top place to brunch in downtown Nashville. But even better is the opportunity for bottomless mimosas for $20because who doesn't need that right now? Stateside's brunch menu appeals to a variety of palettes and includes Southern classics like Shrimp & Grits, along with Japanese inspired items like a Tuna Poke Bowl. Other unique libations include the Brunch Punch, and It’s 420 Somewhere cocktail, crafted with CBD-infused Cold Brew

Safety: Following all CDC guidelines, tables are spaced out six feet apart, guests are served tableside and facial coverings for team members are required.

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Mother’s Ruin in Germantown

Hours: Daily from 11AM to 4PM

What we love: The laid back environment of Mother's Ruin is the perfect vibe for your first dine out. Brunch is served every day so you can get your weekday fix of french toast sticks and breakfast burritos. Oh and don't forget about the B.E.C. their cult favorite sandwich topped with bacon, scrambled eggs, roasted tomatoes, and cheddar cheese. As the weather heats up, guests can try the boozy Slushy Du Jour, or stick to the classics with a Bloody Mary and a mimosa.  Safety: Mother's Ruin has opened up their patio and upstairs "apartment" seating to all for guests to spread out and feel more comfortable. Following all CDC guidelines, tables are spaced six feet apart and guests are served tableside. Facial coverings for team members are required.

Photo Credit: Mayter Scott


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