There’s so much to see out here at the Loveless Cafe. Use our Map & Directions page to find the shortest route from the major interstates.
The Loveless Cafe grounds boast much more than our famous biscuits. Here are a few more reasons to visit with us.
When is the best time to come to avoid long waits?
As many folks know, the Loveless Cafe is a very popular destination for locals and visitors alike. This means we can often experience extended wait times for our guests. To minimize the time waiting for your next meal at the Loveless, we suggest visiting during non-peak periods. This typically means a Monday-Thursday visit for early breakfast between 7-9am, a late lunch after 2pm or an early supper before 6pm. Weekday holidays are an exception to the suggestions above and experience higher traffic volumes than most weekdays. For more information and frequently asked questions about planning your next visit to the Loveless Cafe, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page. We look forward to serving you.
Shops at The Loveless
You can’t sleep at the motel anymore, but you won’t be able stay away. The 14 rooms in the motel have been converted into a stellar lineup of privately owned shops open to the public virtually every day. Find out more about the Motel Shops.
The Loveless Barn
The Loveless Barn, designed by architect Seab Tuck and on the Loveless Cafe grounds, offers ample climate-controlled interior space, covered porches and manicured lawns ideal for any reason you can think of to party! This facility was built with modern day celebrations and concerts in mind. Learn more at LovelessBarn.com and book your event!
Music City Roots
Every Wednesday at 7PM CST, the Loveless Barn hosts Music City Roots – a weekly concert and live radio show that showcases Nashville’s musical talent from country to Americana.
Plan Your Visit
Middle Tennessee can be a whole lot of fun when you know where to look. Now that you’re headed our way, learn more about what the music city has to offer.