The owners of the restaurant Biscuit Love, chefs Karl and Sarah Worley, give you their perfect day in Nashville.

Photo Credits: A la Mode Media

Photo Credits: A la Mode Media

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Biscuit Love

Chefs Karl and Sarah Worley first began serving their Southern cuisine out of a Nashville food truck, garnering a devoted following at both the Franklin Farmers Market and White's Mercantile. In 2015, they opened their brick-and-mortar restaurant in The Gulch. "Biscuit Love is a fast casual restaurant built on the premise that everything is better with a biscuit. You will find menu items ranging from biscuit sandwiches to french toast made from biscuits to pre-civil war biscuits served with country ham."

What are the qualities that make a biscuit great?
"Served hot, buttermilk tang, but most importantly they make you feel like home."

316 11th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203
T: 615.490.9584 |

Karl and Sarah Worley's Nashville Guide

MORNING | Coffee

Photograph courtesy of Steadfast Coffee

Photograph courtesy of Steadfast Coffee

Steadfast Coffee 

It's a fast, non-pretentious experience serving some of the best coffee in town. Their nitro coffee is a don't miss.

603 Taylor Street, Nashville, TN 37208 | T: 615.891.7424
299 Demonbruen Street, Nashville, TN 37201 | T: 615.522.0972

MORNING | Breakfast

Photographs courtesy of Proper Bagel

Photographs courtesy of Proper Bagel


Proper Bagel

While a Southerner waving the bagel flag might seem weird, they are making everything from scratch and it is all delicious!

2011 Belmont Boulevard, Nashville, TN 37212
T: 615.928.7276 |


Photography courtesy of Arnold's Country Kitchen

Photography courtesy of Arnold's Country Kitchen


Arnold's Country Kitchen

This is a Nashville staple and our go to in the neighborhood when comfort food is necessary.

605 8th Avenue S, Nashville, TN 37203
T: 615.256.4455 |

Mas Tacos Por Favor

This and Arnold's gets a line within an hour of opening, so get there early or expect to wait!

732 Mcferrin Avenue, Nashville, TN 37206
T: 615.543.6271

AFTERNOON | Snack & Sweets

Photograph courtesy of Five Daughters

Photograph courtesy of Five Daughters

Five Daughters

If you are looking for an afternoon pick me up, a donut from Five Daughters will hit the spot. It is located in the 12 South neighborhood and features delectable 100 layer donuts, donut ice cream sandwiches, and even features several gluten free options.

1110 Caruthers Avenue, Nashville, TN 37204
T: 615.490.6554 |


Photographs courtesy of Josephine

Photographs courtesy of Josephine



This is our go to dinner spot. Andy and Karen Little are some of the best in the business and their spin on Pennsylvania Dutch food is the real deal. They are sourcing locally, have a top notch wine list, and have a dessert menu that is worth breaking the diet for.

2316 12th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37204
T: 615.292.7766 |


Photograph courtesy of Bastion

Photograph courtesy of Bastion

NEW SCHOOL | Bastion

If new school is up your alley, then check out Bastion. It was just opened by chef Josh Habinger and the folks at Strategic Hospitality. The drinks are excellent, the records spinning timeless, and their nachos are the best we've ever had.

34 Houston Street, Nashville, TN 37203
T: 615.490.8434 |


Photograph courtesy of Robert's Western World

Photograph courtesy of Robert's Western World

OLD SCHOOL  | Robert's Western World

If old school is your style, without a doubt the Recession Special at Robert's Western World is where it is at. You get a Pabst Blue Ribbon plus a fried bologna sandwich served up with a side of the best live music you can find on Broadway.

416 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
T: 615.244.9552 |


Our favorite culinary-related place in Nashville that tourists DON'T know about:

Taqueria la Juquilita

Their Oaxcan food is legit and the tlayuda is one of the best things I have ever eaten.

5913 Morrow Road, Nashville, TN 37209
T: 615.524.9053

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