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Friday nights typically end up leaving most of us feeling a little less than spectacular - that’s when Nashville’s wide range of brunch options comes to our valiant rescue. Whether you feel like throwing on your most bougie attire or tagging along with the crew in jeans and a t-shirt, Nashville brunches offer a little something for everyone. These 7 spots have great food, great atmosphere and, most importantly, plenty of booze. Hair of the dog has never been so enjoyable...

Marche

1000 Main St A French artisanal take on the beloved mid-day meal, Marche features a Saturday and Sunday brunch in which guests can sip on specialty cocktails and discuss the latest Trump antics over a hot, buttered croissant. While you’re at it, you won’t want to miss Marche’s most popular entree, sweet or savory crepes.

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The Flipside

2403 12th Ave S  Where the chicken is zesty and the bloody marys are unforgettable, 12 South’s Flipside Cafe reinvents conventional brunches. A sleek, retro design inspired by a 1950s rock ‘n roll aesthetic, brunch goers can chow down on Elvis Lives, a peanut butter and banana chicken sensation, or better yet - order an outrageous mug of Bloody Mary, stuffed with tater tots, crab legs, bacon, and a giant pickle to call it a day.

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Mad Donna’s

1313 Woodland St A unique but consistent crowd pleaser, Mad Donna’s menu is as eclectic as the East Nashville neighborhood it resides in. If you’re lucky enough to nab a spot on the top floor, you'll find the B loody Mary bar accompanied by a full selection of olives and hot sauces. For those with a sweet tooth, don’t forget to try the Cap’n Crunch french toast.

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The Sutler Saloon

2600 Franklin Pike #109 Tighten your bootstraps and brush up on those swing dancing moves, because The Sutler Saloon offers their very own Bluegrass Brunch from 10 am - 3 pm every weekend. For a chance to dine on a hearty plate of chicken and waffles or fried chicken biscuits where many of country music’s most seasoned stars and legends have performed, add the Sutler Saloon to your Music City bucket list.

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Frothy Monkey

Assorted Locations Frothy Monkey is a favorite for locals and tourists alike, with locations spanning from Franklin to downtown Nashville. Whether you’re in the mood for an afternoon beer or a full Bloody Mary brunch bar, Frothy Monkey can meet your needs. They sport a welcoming atmosphere with friendly staff, boozy beverages, and some of the best bagel sandwiches in Nashville.

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Adele’s

1210 McGavock St For those looking for a brunch with finer qualities, Adele’s has the beverages and buffets to suit your taste. Don’t miss this midtown treat, boasting a gourmet Sunday brunch bar and a full selection of early afternoon beverages. A sweet family holiday hack, Adele’s provides a full buffet for every occasion, be it girls brunch or a family getaway in Nashville.

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Tavern

1904 Broadway With the mystique of a night time bar and the approachability of a casual pub, Tavern delivers excellent food and fizzy, buy-one-get-one-free mimosas. Situated in the heart of Midtown, Tavern is one of the most conducive environments for socializing and scarfing down flavor packed Shishito peppers, all while your brunch check helps Tavern continue to help support Nashville’s flourishing, growing businesses.

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