One of the main things I wanted to do this trip was to go to the Loveless Cafe outside of Nashville, Tennessee. I've heard a lot about the place from Denny Gibson and other friends and have read a lot about it. Liz, however, had never heard of it before.
We left I-24 and took some absolutely gorgeous roads, Tn-49 to Ashland City and then Tn-249 to US-70. Talk about your twisting, winding and stone walls. It has to be really something during the summer.
We got there about 9 am, and it wasn't crowded and got a table by the window. Man, those biscuits and jam selection are something else. I wouldn't have minded making a meal just out of that.
Liz ordered the ham and eggs. I considered the Southern omelet, but when I saw the barbecue and eggs plate, I knew what I had to order. I've never had bbq for breakfast.
All great food. This was the most I've ever spent spent for breakfast (about $32 with tax), but I will be back, as Arnold said. And, we had enough left over for dinner last night.
It's Loveless for Me. --RoadDog