5 Iconic Nashville Restaurants You Must Visit!

Loveless Cafe sign


#1 Loveless cafe

Loveless Cafe is a southern style restaurant that has been around since 1951. Loveless started off as a cafe and motel for travelers on Highway 100 in Bellevue, Tennessee. They offer their famous country ham, biscuits, fried chicken and plenty of other amazing southern bites. Loveless Cafe is a big part of Nashville’s history!


#2 Hattie B’s Hot Chicken

Hattie B’s is a fried chicken, chain restaurant shouting all things southern. They provide their signature hot fried chicken with pickles to their delicious chicken and waffles meal. They were founded in 2012, right here in Nashville, Tennessee! Ever since, the restaurant has grown to other southern states like Georgia and Alabama.


#3 Puckett’s Grocery and Restaurant

Puckett’s goes way back to the 1950’s in Leiper’s Fork, one of the most historical locations in Tennessee. Puckett’s offers a southern, classic dine with the opportunity to listen to live music! Their famous meat and three’s is what drives most of their customers in with the opportunity to get some barbecue, mashed potatoes, green beans, plus, some other southern dishes. As of right now, Pucketts has spread to four different locations!


#4 Pancake Pantry

Pancake pantry has been flipping their homemade, from scratch pancakes since 1961! On the corner of Belcourt Avenue, you can stop buy and grab a classic breakfast with your choice of pancakes, freshly cooked omelets and eggs, bacon, as well as an option for lunch, like sandwiches.


#5 Bobbie’s Dairy Dip

Bobbie’s Dairy Dip is an old fashion outdoor food bar. They’ve been making their famous chocolate swirls since 1951! Dessert isn’t the only option at this vintage institution, they offer their freshly grilled hot dogs and burgers, with a side of fries! No indoor seating or drive thru, just head on Charlotte Ave, find a place to park and relax with a delicious dipped cone!


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