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Homecooked country breakfast served all day, every day.
This BBQ sauce boasts the perfect balance of “sweet” and “heat!” After just one taste, you’ll see why Saveur Magazine declared it a “Sauce We Can’t Live Without.” Read More
This is as close as it gets to havin’ breakfast at the Cafe. We paired a two pound package of our Biscuit Mix (just add buttermilk!) with our three jams – Peach, Blackberry and Strawberry – 16 ounces each. Yum. Read More
The folks at Eater Nashville have just released their updated list of The 18 Essential Nashville Restaurants, and we’re so pleased to be on it! We just love being a part of the dynamic Music City food scene, and are thrilled to be listed among such great company. The article includes a fun description of all 18 places and an interactive map to help you find them! Check it out!
Hi, My friends and I traveled to Nashville this past weekend for the marathon. I had seen your establishment several times on television, and was very excited about seeing it in person. We arrived on Sunday morning, waited an hour and twenty minutes (which we expected), and thoroughly enjoyed the atmosphere while waiting. Our meal was absolutely delicious; everyone was pleasant and kind. I would like to reach out and say a special thanks to our server, Maria. Rarely have I met someone who truly enjoys interacting with people, and takes such pride in their work. Her attention to detail was unmatched, and her humor and kindness won’t soon be forgotten. Thank you for making our... READ MORE >>
— Amanda P.
My parents (Roger & Linda Goostree) and my Grandmother (Gladys Goostree) visited the Loveless Café last Sunday for Breakfast. My grandmother is the expert biscuit maker in our family. She turned 90 years old on January 8th of this year. We wanted her to try the world famous biscuits. We all agreed they are delicious, but not as good as hers of course! Thank you all for making our Sunday road trip a memorable one. Marla Knight
— Marla Knight
Recently I was in Nashville for a week attending a conference for work. I was on the phone to a friend of mine who lives in Memphis and he said, you have to drive to the Loveless Cafe and have some chicken! Living in Las Vegas I don’t often get a chance to have southern cooking! So off I went to the Loveless. As soon as I drove up I knew I was going to love the place. It’s so cute and charming. I ordered up the fried chicken, potatoes and sweet corn. I thought I had died and gone to heaven when I tasted the biscuits! Those were yummy! And the sweet tea, the... READ MORE >>
— Missy Day
This was from a visit during the week of August 21st with my family. I was visiting from Michigan, and my brother was visiting from Chicago, Illinois. We had a great time! I am currently looking at your on line shop to buy some jam and biscuit mix. Thanks for the great food! Kimberly Spruill
— Kimberly Spruill
We always say that if we’re within 100 miles of the Loveless Café we’ll go! When part of our family is there, we will take a picture of our food to send to the others to make them jealous! When driving from Texas to Kentucky one time, we left something at the Loveless. We didn’t notice until we were hours away. Luckily we had told another family member, also driving from Texas to Kentucky about the Loveless and she was planning to stop there. So we called you and left instructions to give the item we left to her. It all worked out great and now she’s a regular (when driving from TX to KY) as... READ MORE >>
— Meg S.
I was in Nashville for about 3 weeks this past July with my son while he was recording an album. It was my first time in Nashville but I was smart enough to know that I had to eat at the Loveless Cafe (numerous times) during my stay! I loved it! I have a couple of pictures that I took of the Loveless Cafe and its sign as well as a few graphics I did after I arrived home. Thanks for making me feel so at home during my stay. I will be back soon. Jacques LeBlanc
— Jacques LeBlanc
On behalf of Corvettes Limited in Los Angeles, CA, thank you for your generosity. My husband is a native from Tennessee. We have been fans of The Loveless and the Biscuit Lady for years. Two years ago four of our club members toured Memphis, Nashville and Bowling Green (to see the Corvette Factory). We made it a point to introduce them to The Loveless. They talk about the GREAT food, awesome gift shop and good southern hospitality to this day. A small group will travel across the country from Los Angeles (by Corvette) next year to again visit Bowling Green… they already have the Loveless on the list of “things to do”. We will visit again soon! –... READ MORE >>
— Ronnie M.
For the past year, I have been commuting to Paducah, Kentucky via Nashville to teach Entertainment Law at the Barkley School of Law. My only experience with the town was the airport. When my wife and I were finally able to get a weekend away from our four little ones, we chose Nashville. With so many attractions and restaurants, we could only choose a handful to dine at. We had heard of the Loveless Cafe, but knew it was off the beaten path of central Nashville tourism. We decided to go for it on our last day. Saving up our appetite, we took the quiet, peaceful and scenic Highway 100 to the cafe. Upon arrival,... READ MORE >>
— James and Shannon Hetz
Dear Loveless Cafe, My friend and I have visited and spent a week in Nashville most every year now for the past 10 years. Our first visit to The Loveless was 6 or 7 years ago and we’ve been back every time we’re in town. In fact, we eat at The Loveless several times during the week we’re in Nashville! I cannot get enough of your homemade biscuits and peach preserves! We had the privilege of meeting and talking to Miss Carol about her famous biscuits. What a fabulous lady she was! Oh, and the watermelon ribs…amazing! We were a little apprehensive to try the ribs by their name alone, but one bite of those incredibly tender,... READ MORE >>
— Teresa C.
Hi- I just moved to Nashville in May and I brought my parents to Loveless on their first trip down. Can’t wait to return! Liz