Easter Gifts from the Loveless Cafe
 

Easter is right around the corner! Let Loveless help you celebrate.

Bluebarb Jam from the Loveless Cafe
 

Since rhubarb is in season, and because we’re known for our homemade jams, we came up with this new recipe that’ll knock your socks off! See it here.

Hot biscuits from the Loveless Cafe
 

Hot, buttery biscuits are only one thing served on the Loveless Cafe menu!

Plan your visit to the Loveless Cafe!
 

Are our biscuits calling your name? Well, check out our tips on planning your next visit to the Loveless Cafe.

Make Loveless Preserves part of your Easter tradition!
 

Click here to view the recipe and get your own preserves!

Home cooked breakfast from the Loveless Cafe
 

Homecooked country breakfast served all day, every day.


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Old Fashioned Brittles from the Loveless Cafe

Bigger, Better BRITTLE!

Big news, y’all! Loveless’ brittles are now better than ever with brand new recipes chock full of peanuts, cashews, pecans and, of course, BACON. We’ve partnered with local brittle connoisseurs, the Brittle Brothers, to bring you new treats handcrafted right here in Nashville. Read More


Loveless Memories

Loveless Cafe Sign-Photo Credit-Miller Mobley 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.

102 I wanted to say what an amazing time we had at your café! Coming from Palm Springs, California its not everyday that we get to enjoy such tasty food made with such love. Carol’s biscuits were amazing and I have never in my life eaten 6 biscuits in one sitting! Here is a picture of me and Carol on our way out.   Jerry Meza        

— Jerry Meza

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Hello~   We were in Nashville visiting family last week. One of our stops was your incredible restaurant. Amazing food, great service and so much fun! Thank you Loveless!   This is our 7 month old daughter Gillian perusing the menu.   The Hodges Family  

— The Hodges Family

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

Kathy Wheeler 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.

MMP-SIgn1-150x150 I loved your new website!  I live in Muscle Shoals, AL and found you on the Food Network.  My husband and I visited the Loveless Café on our very next trip to Nashville.  We loved it so much that we came back.  I also recommended you to my teacher co-workers.  Two of them make the 2 ½ hour trip  (one way)  on a Thursday night!  The website is easy to navigate and has lots of interesting information.  I love keeping in touch and having the ease of ordering various products.  Keep up the good work.   Michele H.  

— Michele H.

Terry-Sheryl 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

Dining at the Loveless Cafe Tell us your Loveless Cafe story! Do you have a story or family tradition involving the Loveless that you want to share? We’d love to hear it, please click here to send it to us and include any photos you may have as well!                 Click Here to Share Your Loveless Memories      

— CLICK HERE TO TELL US YOUR LOVELESS STORY

IMG_1028 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.

Good Morning & Happy New Year!   Mike and I visited your cafe in mid-September 2005 while vacationing and visiting my husband’s relatives on his mother’s side.  We had supper with his cousin and her husband one night and it was DELICIOUS!  Ms. Carol Fay’s cookin’ is mighty scrumptious!  My husband was born in Nashville but reared in California since he was about 3 or 4 years old.  This has been my second visit to Tennessee and have enjoyed your warm and gracious hospitality.  Thank you again for such a fine meal.  Will be back again soon.   Regards,   Mary M. Feryan  

— Mary M. Feryan