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Best Boozy & Bottomless Brunch Spots in Nashville

Great deals on drinks and even endless mimosas at some of these spots in Nashville.

Nashville, Tennessee is a city so full of life and spirit that it’s become such an amazing place both to live and visit for a vacation. There are so many exciting, unforgettable experiences like seeing the Grand Ole Opry or checking out the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, but one thing that really shines in this city is its amazing restaurant scene, particularly for weekend brunch.

I absolutely love brunch and it’s easily my favorite meal to eat out at a restaurant, especially when it’s bottomless, but not all brunch spots were created equally, so choosing the best one can be tough at times, depending on what kind of experience you’re in the mood for. Some of these places offer bottomless, and others just have such slamming drink specials that you’ll be able to drink as if it is bottomless!

group of girls drinking endless mimosas at brunch

So, for that reason, I decided to put together a list of the best boozy and bottomless brunch Nashville has to offer that you can use as a comprehensive guide to finding the ultimate brunch experience that’s sure to satisfy no matter what you’re looking for.

Best Boozy & Bottomless Brunch Restaurants in Nashville

  1. Sinema
  2. The Sutler Saloon
  3. Tavern
  4. Bar Louie – Nashville
  5. Earnest Bar & Hideaway
  6. City Tap House Nashville
  7. Saint Anejo
  8. Pinewood Social
  9. The Row Kitchen & Pub
  10. Josephine
  11. Whiskey Kitchen
  12. Big Bad Breakfast
  13. Stateside Kitchen
  14. Adele’s

Sinema

2600 8th Ave S Suite 102, Nashville, TN 37204
Phone: (615) 942-7746
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Taking the number-one spot on our list is a place called Sinema, one of the most unique restaurants I’ve ever been to.

Sinema started its life as the historic Melrose Theater but was later converted into this spectacular modern American restaurant that now offers one of the best bottomless brunch deals in Portland.

The brunch here at Sinema is insanely popular and it’s not hard to see why; $33 gets you endless gourmet breakfast foods, but an additional $25 gets you bottomless mimosas and premium bloody Marys.


The Sutler Saloon

2600 8th Ave S #109, Nashville, TN 37204
Phone: (615) 840-6124
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Next up is another Melrose favorite, The Sutler Saloon, and you can find this one right next to Sinema off of 8th Avenue on the first floor of The Melrose Apartments.

The Sutler Saloon has what it calls their “Weekend Bluegrass Brunch” on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM and it is not something you want to miss out on, that’s for sure.

For only $16 you can drink bottomless mimosas to your heart’s content or you can spend $20 and turn those into rosé mimosas for a little extra sweetness.


Tavern

1904 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
Phone: (615) 320-8580
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Next up is Tavern, a hip gastropub off of Broadway in Midtown, just a short drive from Vanderbilt University, which quickly became one of my all-time favorite places to go for brunch in Nashville.

Unfortunately, the brunch drink deals here at Tavern are not bottomless but they more than make up for that fact by serving BOGO drinks every day from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM.

I strongly recommend trying their blood orange mimosa for a refreshing beverage and an order of their huevos rancheros to go with it.


Bar Louie – Nashville

314 11th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203
Phone: (615) 457-1632
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We all know and love the Bar Louie name so it only felt right to include this place on our list of boozy Portland brunch spots.

They have all sorts of amazing cocktails like strawberry lemonade sangria, strawberry peach bellini, and even a bloody mary with housemade spicy candied bacon.

The food is top-notch here, as well, including some of my favorites like the cinnamon donut holes and the delicious bacon and egg sandwich.


Earnest Bar & Hideaway

438 Houston St #160, Nashville, TN 37203
Phone: (615) 915-1715
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For this next place, Earnest Bar & Hideaway, you’re going to want to head to the Houston Station business center off of Houston Street and Brown Street, right next to Fort Negley Park and the Adventure Science Center.

The bottomless brunch special here is simple: $28 and the purchase of an additional brunch entree gets you unlimited mimosas until 2:30 PM.


City Tap House Nashville

204 3rd Ave S, Nashville, TN 37201
Phone: (615) 922-4015
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City Taphouse in Nashville has some absolutely incredible brunch drink specials but no bottomless, unfortunately. The food, however, is delectable and they offer very cheap cocktails and “buckets of bubbles” so nothing is lost in the overall experience.

I really love that you can order a bucket of champagne to go with your meal, and it even comes with a flight of juices to mix up your own refreshingly bubbly drinks!


Saint Anejo

1120 McGavock St, Nashville, TN 37203
Phone: (615) 736-5301
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Saint Anejo is located right in the heart of Nashville just a couple of miles southwest of the Bridgestone Arena and the Country Hall of Fame and Museum among other wonderful attractions that are sure to intrigue all music-lovers.

This is an awesome place to go for a delicious Mexican brunch experience that I simply love. They have some of the best chorizo and breakfast burritos I’ve ever had, but the half-priced pitchers are really what stole the show for me.


Pinewood Social

33 Peabody St, Nashville, TN 37210
Phone: (615) 751-8111
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It’s really hard to find a more enjoyable Sunday activity than brunch combined with bowling, especially when you throw mimosas and bloody Marys into the mix, and that’s exactly what you get here at Pinewood Social.

Pinewood Social has an impressive selection of bloody variations and bubbly cocktails to go with your brunch that is sure to suit just about any taste, but what I love the most is that they have hot cocktails like a hot toddy for those cold mornings!


The Row Kitchen & Pub

110 Lyle Ave, Nashville, TN 37203
Phone: (615) 321-1224
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Up next is a place called The Row Kitchen & Pub located off of Lyle Avenue right across the street from the Hampton Inn Nashville/Vanderbilt and directly adjacent to the Courtyard by Marriott Nashville.

This place is an absolute brunch powerhouse, offering brunch every single day of the week until 3:00 PM and making it one of the only weekday brunch spots I know of.

There is not bottomless here but they do offer a build-your-own bloody Mary option on Saturdays and Sundays that is absolutely worth checking out.


Josephine

2316 12th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37204
Phone: (615) 292-7766
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Right off of 12th Avenue near the I Believe in Nashville Mural in the 12 South neighborhood is a place called Josephine that I really think should be a top priority on anyone’s brunch agenda.

Brunch here is every Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM where you can experience their massive selection of wines and champagnes to compliment your exquisite meal.


Whiskey Kitchen

201 W Martin St, Raleigh, NC 27601
Phone: (919) 803-3181
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Right off of McGavock Street and 12th Avenue, you’ll find Whiskey Kitchen which is a very popular brunch destination in Nashville thanks to their diverse, flavorful cocktails and gourmet dishes.

I, personally, love their blackberry sangria and their mango mimosa when I’m in the mood for a fruity refreshment. As for food, I always go with an order of fried chicken and waffles when I come to Whiskey Kitchen⸺it’s unbeatable!


Big Bad Breakfast

5304 Charlotte Ave, Nashville, TN 37209
Phone: (615) 610-3403
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Next, head down Charlotte Avenue in West Nashville to find Big Bad Breakfast where you’ll be pleasantly greeted with some delicious brunch food and lots of breakfast cocktails to enjoy.

What I love most about this place is that they have such delectable shrimp and grits that I almost want to get 2 orders every time I visit Big Bad Breakfast.

As far as drinks go, you can have anything from a breakfast margarita to bloodys and mimosas, so no matter what you’re looking for, you’ll be sure to find something to quench your thirst.


Stateside Kitchen

210 4th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37219
Phone: (615) 622-0500
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Right off of 4th Avenue North in Downtown Nashville, right down the street from the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Nashville, you can find a place called Stateside Kitchen with an absolutely amazing bottomless brunch special that you won’t want to pass up.

Bottomless brunch options here at Stateside Kitchen consist of bloody Marys, mimosas, and even frose, but if you’re feeling ultra-fancy, you can order bottomless Veuve Cliquot for $85 when you really want to treat yourself.


Adele’s

1210 McGavock St, Nashville, TN 37203
Phone: (615) 988-9700
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Last, but certainly not least, is Adele’s, a farm-fresh restaurant with an amazing brunch buffet special and I’ve never had anything like it before.

Adele’s is located off of McGavock Street in the Sobro neighborhood where you can get unlimited access to an unbeatable $32 all-you-can-eat brunch buffet on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Some of the brunch delicacies included in the buffet are favorites like smoked gouda grits, scrambled eggs, bacon, and so much more, so be sure to come hungry!


Final Thoughts

This city sure knows how to do brunch, as you can see, so fear not the next time you head to this wonderful and musical city because you’ll know precisely where to go when you’re in the mood for some bottomless brunch deals in Nashville.

Which brunch are you most excited to try? Let us know! Did we leave a restaurant out of this list? Make sure you leave us a comment and we’ll check it out!

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Written by Rocco Smith

Rocco is from Sanibel Island, Florida, and a recent graduate of Florida State University with a Bachelor’s in Editing, Writing, and Media. With seven years’ experience in the restaurant industry as a cook, server, bartender, and more, he is deeply passionate about intertwining his fondness for food with his love of language.