I was looking for the perfect Southern breakfast on our recent trip to Nashville. One name kept coming up on all my searches. The Loveless Cafe.The restaurant started out in 1951 by selling biscuits and chicken to travelers on route 100 according to their web site. They quickly grew into a 14 room motel and restaurant. Today they serve over a half million guests a year. Our meak started with a plate of the famous biscuits and preserves. We were greeted by the manager who saw my Detroit Tiger shirt and brought over a waitress from Jackson Michigan to say hi to us.
I ordered the city ham wich was a thick slice of sugar glazed ham and two eggs over easy. I thought the ham was very mild and good. I also had a hash brown casserole that was good and cheesy Rebbel had her usual omelette. She thought it was pretty ordinary. The manager bought out some cream corn to tatse which he said was the best around. I agree with him. It was whole kernels of the sweetest corn in a creamy sauce. They also have country hams and pit beef they do on premises, I found exactly what I was looking for in the Loveless Cafe.A true southern gem that I would love to go back and revisit You can find them on the web at https://www.lovelesscafe.com/