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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
Thanksgiving is a time of tradition and there’s not much we like around here more than good, old-fashioned traditions! Back by popular demand, you can kick back on Turkey Day 2014 and let the Loveless do all the cooking! For 2014, we’re offering Loveless Thanksgiving To Go with all the fixin’s for $95.99 – to feed at least six hungry people. This meal includes Roasted Fresh Turkey, Cornbread Dressing, Gravy, Cranberry Relish, Biscuits and your choice of Homemade Side Dishes. Additionally, you can add extra sides, homemade pies or even sweet tea! Visit our Thanksgiving page to learn more about Thanksgiving at the Loveless Cafe.
We visited your cafe in late March and bought my grandaughter-to-be this onsie. She is here now and wants to model for you. Thanks for a great meal that day…. Terry & Sheryl Kitzman Milton, IA
— Terry & Sheryl
Perfect biscuits at the Loveless Cafe!
We were a couple of Yankees, escaping from a cold spring in Minnesota, headed for Nashville for a wedding a few years ago. We stopped in a little town in southern Illinois and found ourselves at a beans and rib supper at the firehouse. We were sitting next to a man with a Loveless Cafe t-shirt. Well, he sang your praises so eloquently that we headed for the Loveless Cafe as soon as we reached Nashville. We spent a heavenly morning there, marveling at the biscuits and waving to Carol Faye through her window as she was wrist-deep in biscuit mix. The Southern hospitality and lickin-good food were a revelation for us. Looking at your... READ MORE >>
— Anne and Steve L.
If I was writing about someone else I suppose this would be a true expose’ but since I am the culprit, then I guess it is a confession. On second thought, it is also an expose’ because I’ve decided to include those in attendance with me on this infamous road trip! Sorry girls (you know who you are) this is a mighty epic tale and needs to be told in full! My granddaughter, sister and I surprised my daughter on her XXth birthday with a “girl’s day out” road trip to Nashville TN. Hang on for just a bit more, I will get to the expose’/confession in due time. We visited many famous places my... READ MORE >>
— Rhea R.
I just wanted you to know that I have been trying to get there your years and I finally made it last week! I was NOT disappointed the biscuits and the service were great. I hope to be back soon!!
— Damon C.
Just had to let you people know how your establishment is a “memory” for my wife and me. Today marks our 46th wedding anniversary. The memory? …We spent our wedding night at your motel! I was discharged from the Marines in 1959 (stationed at Clarksville Base). Married a Nashville girl. Best move I ever made. Three years ago, we stopped to eat in the cafe. The motel may not be open, but you still have great food. We have a Loveless Motel magnet on our fridge! We wish you the best! God bless you all. Regards, Jim & Pat Floyd Jacksonville, FL
— Jim & Pat Floyd
Hi the Loveless Cafe, These photo’s were taken last year, having a great time and food with my friends Rod Picott and Amanda Shires. Marin
Pimento cheese and fried green tomato biscuit. Unbelievable!
Since I’m practically a native Nashvillian (from age 5), I’ve eaten at the wonderful Loveless Café for forever it seems…. It was always a thrill riding out Highway 100 So. coming to that sweet little place….with the motel rooms surrounding it. When you hit the gravel drive – you could almost taste the piping hot biscuits and the fried chicken. My Mom was a good cook…..but not a ‘Southern’ cook. I knew we’d get a truly authentic, down home meal at the Loveless. Ooh ….. that scald on that chicken!!! Yum!!!When they started selling the Blackberry jelly…I’d thought I’d died and gone to heaven! I guess my most favorite memory though was one day walking in on a... READ MORE >>
— Denise V.
Just want to tell you, my friend Linda Pflugrad and I stopped for breakfast on our first morning in Nashville a couple of weeks ago and were delightfully surprised. Your biscuits and gravy was OUT OF THIS WORLD!!! So were your homemade jams. We enjoyed it so much that we came back before heading to the airport to return home. You can be assured that next time we are in Nashville, we will have you on our list of ‘must go’ places! Thought I’d share a photo of the two of us having breakfast at the Loveless Cafe. Linda is on the left and I am on the right. Notice our BIG smiles. :-)... READ MORE >>
— Kathy W.