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Long a Germantown staple, Monell’s serves country breakfast family-style, seven days a week. Breakfast includes sausage, bacon, biscuits and gravy, country ham, pancakes, eggs, grits, fried chicken, and more. Note that family style means that you may be eating with another party. So be ready to…
All-you-can-eat Southern fare, including fried chicken, served family-style in a historic mansion.
Family-style southern food. Walk in hungry, its all amazing and you'll eat until you bust.
Family style, southern breakfast that you’ll be talking about for the rest of your trip
A very well-known restaurant for all you can eat Southern cuisine. Dining is family-style, meaning you share with other groups at large tables (always pass to the left). Pro-tip: Midnight breakfast on Friday and Saturdays.
“An oldie , but goodie. This is a Nashville staple that’s been around since before Nashville became an “it” city. If you get the right table there’s a fabulous view of the Nashville Skyline. The bread is amazing! Reservations recommended on busy nights.”
“Great coffee and Crepes for all. Perfect for a quick breakfast and a cup of joe.”
“We are the destination for delicious cupcakes for locals and tourists from all over the world. You can find our joyful bakeries nestled in historic neighborhoods in Nashville,TN and New Orleans, LA. In Nashville, we are in the heart of Historic Germantown at 1213 6th Ave N. in a beautifully restored historic home surrounded by more historical homes and new builds that create the best atmosphere for nostalgia. In New Orleans, we’re located on Historic Magazine Street where musicians, boutique owners, makers, and artists are woven into the brick-laid sidewalks that lead to our beautiful courtyard wrapped bakery. As a destination bakery, we love greeting excited groups of foodies, tourists, celebrities and more at our bakeries. Our Founder and Director of Joy, Mignon Francois is a proud advocate for restoring historic homes and communities. Our award-winning cupcakes are sure to be a sweet stop to history tours whether walking, biking, or busing. Many of our tour guide friends love to call ahead to let us know their coming for a visit, though we invite all tour guides to swing over anytime with their corporate or travel groups for a sweet stop on their fun-filled routes. ”
“We like wandering around the farmer's market on Saturdays in the warmer months, picking up local produce, getting a snack at a food truck or even picking up a gift at Batch, a store in the market that offers hich quality handcrafted local items for sale.”