Homecooked country breakfast served all day, every day.
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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 Tennessean has just published the results of this year’s Toast of Music City Readers’ Choice Awards, and we are thrilled to have beeen voted #2 for Friendliest Family Dining in Nashville. We wanted to take a moment and thank everyone who cast a ballot for us! It is an honor to be in this category with some great company! You can see all of the Food & Drink category winners on The Tennessean website.
I saw Carol Fay on the cooking channel show,the best of pancakes. Tried her recipe for potato pancakes…..OOOH DELICIOUS > Thanks Carol!
Bravo! We (my wife and I) recently traveled to Nashville for my professional association’s annual convention. It had been 12 years since we were in Nashville (back then, we lived in Huntsville, AL, and got up to see Music City quite a bit). We stayed beyond the close of the convention so we could reacquaint ourselves with Nashville and to sample some new places we had missed back in 1994. One of the places we sought out was The Loveless Cafe. We are so pleased we did seek you and your folks and the establishment out. We came over for Sunday breakfast (on Sunday, May 28) before heading out on the Natchez Trace... READ MORE >>
— Gene and Sarah Young
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.
Greetings from the Texas Hill Country! Last year near Christmas my husband, Sam, and myself gifted ourselves with a holiday trip to Nashville. As many others have done, I became aware of the Loveless Café via the Food Network. As luck would have it we beat the morning crowd and experienced a short wait on our first visit to the Loveless Cafe. The Food Network program did not do justice to the actual, real live Loveless dining experience! Those biscuits were as light as the clouds of Heaven! The atmosphere and the folks made it one of our best Nashville memories. One of our daughters (and family) moved off to Colorado and missed the southern comforts of home . We... READ MORE >>
— Avis K.
Have only had the pleasure of going to the Loveless Cafe once…Feb of this year and it was the best experience ever! The food was fabulous, the people wonderful and shopping around the grounds was a pleasure! What could be better than visiting?…..of course nothing but the next best thing is your new Website!!! It is so exciting to know that I can be a part of the experience even when I’m still in FL! Thanks for such an easy to navigate site that is almost as wonderful as being there! Candy K. Saint Augustine, FL
— Candy K.
I’ve never had the honor of visiting the loveless cafe in person but i already feel like it’s part of the family. My little sister decided to go to college in Nashville. Knowing my love of all things baked she sent me a jar of your apple butter. I instantly fell in love! I remember the first bite of it on a warm waffle. The tangy freshness instantly transported me to my childhood. Here in Florida we don’t have the luxury of cool fall afternoons apple picking with the family. However, thanks to my Loveless Cafe apple butter, just for a moment on that August afternoon our swaying palm trees turned into majestic apple trees and... READ MORE >>
— Katie G.
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.
It has taken me a while, but I wanted to thank everyone at Loveless Cafe for making our wedding day the most special day of our lives. We got married on May 10, 2014 at Belle Meade Plantation. Lindsey helped us every step of the way!! Couldn’t have done it without you. The food and staff was AMAZING. I’ve never heard so many people rave about food being so delicious. My friends and family are still talking about how delicious it was!! Thank you all so much for everything you did to make our day so wonderful You all are the best!! I will definitely be recommending you to everyone I know! We had to sneak away to make sure we... READ MORE >>
— Julie 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
My Loveless Memory. I first went to the Loveless Cafe in 1998. I was in Nashville visiting a dear friend who introduced me to the biscuits! Several years later my family and I were traveling to see our favorite football team – the Troy University Trojans play and I took them to the Loveless Cafe. We had a wonderful day, eating of course, and walking around the grounds and shopping. We have been back several times and will be back again in November and can’t wait to be there! Dawn R. Trot, AL
— Dawn R.