The Loveless Cafe is in southwest Nashville
on Highway 100, just east of the northern terminus of the Natchez Trace Parkway. It is known for its Southern cooking, especially for its biscuits, country ham, and red-eye gravy. The establishment has received acclaim from USA Today, Southern Living, Frommer's, and a number of other prominent national publications.The renovation was awarded the Critic’s Choice for Best Resurrection of an Institution by the Nashville Scene later that year.
The Loveless Cafe serves southern style cooking, and is most famous for its biscuits, country ham, and red-eye gravy.The biscuit recipe was created by Anne Loveless and is still closely guarded today.Many of the ingredients are farmed and produced in Tennessee, and all menu items are made from scratch.Designed by architect Seab Tuck,the Loveless Café Barn is a 4,800 square foot event venue located on the grounds of the Loveless Cafe.