1. The Mockingbird Restaurant
3035 Reserve Blvd
Spring Hill, 37174
One of the newest restaurants to open in Spring Hill is The Mockingbird Restaurant, which serves made-from-scratch Southern cuisine in a family-friendly atmosphere that makes it feel like you are at your grandmother’s house for a meal.
5 Dishes to Try for Brunch:
- Bourbon Vanilla French Toast (candied pecans, warm blackberry maple syrup & orange sweet cream)
- Red Neck Benedict (fried green tomato, country sausage, buttermilk biscuits, pimento cheese & hollandaise sauce)
- Cast Iron Skillet Chicken and Dumplings (field peas, young carrots, creamy sherry-mushroom broth)
- Apple Cider Mimosa (champagne, fresh apple cider, cinnamon sugar rim)
- Mockingbird Southern Skillet (scrambled eggs, melted cheddar cheese, country sausage, Applewood bacon, seasoned ranch potatoes)
What makes The Mockingbird Restaurant Special:
The Mockingbird sits in an 1850s farmhouse, a landmark to the community. After the Civil War, the property was used to raise cattle, sheep and crops. Guest can even see an original milk churn, sheep paddles and burgundy quilt on display, which belonged to the Boatwright’s, one of only four families to live on the property. Although parts of the home have been restored over the years, many elements are original, like the front door and fireplace.