4 Best Cafes in Nashville

The Henhouse Bar at The Bird's Nest Cafe Brunch • $$
101-199 S Honeysuckle Ln, Nashville

“Ran across this place walking through Nashville tonight and decided to eat dinner there. So glad we did!! The patio area had such a nice environment. Our waiter was so kind and helpful. Even catered to some our allergy needs. The food and wine was exceptional. It is a limited menu in the evening, but everything looked amazing. We’ll definitely return!“

4.4 Superb29 Reviews
Sweetea’s Tea and Coffee Shop Cafe • $
225 S Van Buren St, Nashville

Customers` Favorites

Vanilla Spice Cake
Scone or Tea Cake
Blueberry Muffin
Tea Latte to Go
Coffee Laittte
Cream Tea

“I'm a local around the area and I go here all the time. All of the staff there are extremely friendly and even when it's busy there is good communication.My top favorites are the London fog and peaches and cream!They have chewy boba and popping boba, or you can get your drink without.A huge variety of flavors,The atmosphere is comforting.There's sofas you can sit and chill, tables that provides games you play.My dad isn't the hoity toity kind of dude but even he likes the drinks I bring home.Some people could say $3-$5 for a drink is expensive but I'll tell you, it's worth every sip and you'd wish you'd want more.They provide pastries too.And even random items such as stickers, awesome cups, packages of the teas, etc.I'll be really bummed if this place closes down, it's my favorite area in Nashville! ❤️Edit: If this makes you feel better and eased, I never write long reviews for any other places, actually this is the first one

Vegetarian options: They don't serve food but serve drinks and pastries

Parking: Outside of Sweet Teas the parking is free, maybe 10-15 cars can park. There is also free parallel parking near Casa, which is very close to the shop and easy distance

Kid-friendliness: The staff speak polite, there will always be a group of people in the shop who may speak like a sailor but that's how the public is in general“

4.9 Superb63 Reviews
Common Grounds Cafe • $
66 N Van Buren St, Nashville

Customers` Favorites

Iced Coffee and Peanut Butter Cookies
Cream Cheese Danish

“Great experience. What a wonderful shop and owner. Iris, the owner, is engaging. Not only did we go multiple times while in town to get our coffee fix, we also ended up with a number of books from the shop. A great experience. Very much recommend. Thank you.“

4.7 Superb28 Reviews
Bird's Nest Cafe Brunch • $
36 Franklin St, Nashville

Customers` Favorites

Blueberry Lemon Griddle Cakes
Sweet Potato Waffle
Biscuits and Gravy
Bloody Mary Burger
Birdsnest Benedict
Salmon Benedict
Green Tomato
To Go Coffee
Bacon Gravy
Vegan Hash

“The food was yummy and the atmosphere was really cool but it was on the pricey side. The special French toast was great, but for the price of your normal meal elsewhere, you only get the 1 thick slice. It was a nice place for a once in a while meal or light brunch, but it was definitely not affordable for an everyday hungry man's breakfast since all additional are a la carte singles.

Parking: You have to do your best to find a street space or park in a paid/free lot located around town and walk.

Kid-friendliness: They did have high chairs available, but no actual kid's menu“

4.4 Superb114 Reviews