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The Loveless Cafe

The Loveless Cafe
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Established in 1951 and currently serving more than half a million guests a year, The Loveless Cafe is a Nashville landmark that stays true to its Southern flavor. Its welcoming neon sign on Highway 100 promises hot biscuits and country ham every day, drawing food enthusiasts, locals, out-of-town guests and celebrities alike. The Loveless Cafe is rooted in the traditions of comfort, scratch-made meals and down-home hospitality. To learn more, visit www.lovelesscafe.com.

MUST EATS: Fried chicken, country ham, biscuits, preserves, pie

“The secret recipe of Loveless Cafe homemade biscuits began in the early 1950s and remains unchanged to this day. Sit down at one of Nashville’s most beloved diners where Southern staples unite friends, family, and complete strangers.”

— Southern Living, “Off the Eaten Path”

PHOTOS

  • country breakfast bowl