The Loveless Cafe remains unchanged in the quaint country charm and good cooking that has made it a landmark in the South since its doors opened over half a century ago.
Nationally acclaimed and frequented by celebrities, world travelers and local appetites alike, the Loveless Cafe serves up award-winning country ham and red eye gravy, real Southern-fried chicken, and Nashville's favorite scratch biscuits with homemade preserves cooked right in the kitchen. The Loveless story has been told the world over, from Gourmet Magazine and Bon Appetit to U.S. News and World Report, CBS Television, and People Magazine.
I don’t even look at the menu anymore. I always go for the BLT—but this BLT is made with fried green tomatoes!
And their biscuits are out-of-this-world delicious!
Before the supressive heat/humidity of the day gets stirred up again, it's nice to enjoy a cup of tea outside. And the day cannot start out grumpily with this fresh cut batch of flowers from a local farm.
When the Queen is happy, there is peace in the kingdom
It’s Good to be King
King of the Hill...Burger King ...King Crab...King Kong
King Richard...King Henry
Richard Henry...King of his Castle
Just another day...sacking, pillaging and stitching
Stitchfork note -- This style monogram taken from artwork originally produced in Europe from the 1920s and 1930s, uses letters with shading details. The small ring-shaped detail creates a very classic look that is just as interesting white-on-white.