1. 55 South
403 Main St
7031 Executive Drive, Suite 101
2088 Wall Street
Spring Hill, 37174
(no brunch menu at Spring Hill but they will be open for service from 11 a – 9 p)
On Easter Sunday, you can enjoy 55 South’s Bloody Mary Bar & mimosas. Also, their a la carte brunch menu will be available, which includes items like:
- The Cure
A Surf & Turf dish (open-faced roast beef sandwich topped with garlic bay shrimp, green onions, 2 fried eggs with breakfast potatoes
- Huevos Rancheros
2 eggs poached in salsa de arbol, served on black bean tostadas topped with avocado, pico de gallo, cheese)
- Eggs Saint Louis
English muffin topped with poached eggs, sauteed crabmeat, asparagus & hollandaise sauce)
About 55 South
55 South refers to the interstate that connects Memphis and New Orleans. Chef Jason McConnell has brought the cuisine you’ll find traveling down that road to downtown Franklin. The dining room has rustic Southern charm with weathered wood and reclaimed materials.
2. Ruby Sunshine
231 Public Square
The New Orleans-inspired brunch spot will not have a special menu on Easter. However, you can enjoy Big Easy twists on Southern brunch classics, including benedicts, pancakes, and French Toast, as well as eye-opening cocktails.
In addition to the big easy twists, the local restaurant is offering seasonal items on their menu with a local flavor- Nashville Hot Catfish Benedict, Banana Pudding Stuffed French Toast, Goo Goo Clusters Pancakes, and Hello Sunshine Cocktail. The Hot Catfish Benedict is described on the menu as Ruby Sunshine’s nod to Nashville ‘hot’ fried chicken. It consists of ‘Hot’ fried Catfish, fried pickles, poached eggs, biscuit, and white Remoulade. If you want to try it, if you’ll have to hurry as it will it’s only available until May 2.
About Ruby Sunshine
Inspired by the powerful sense of homecoming they felt when they returned to New Orleans post-Hurricane Katrina, husband and wife duo Jennifer and Erich Weishaupt opened the original Ruby Slipper Café in an effort to help draw people back to their Mid-City neighborhood. Born from a cozy storefront in 2008, Ruby Slipper Restaurant Group has grown to operate 10 Ruby Slipper Café locations across the Gulf Region and has now expanded throughout the Southeast with Ruby Sunshine, providing new audiences with the unique flavors and hospitality that Ruby Slipper Café is known and loved for.
3. Stoney River
1726 Galleria Boulevard
Stoney River’s brunch menu includes:
- French toast
- Steak and biscuits
- Eggs benedict
- Salmon benedict
- Steak and eggs
- And more.
All of the brunch items are available for purchase a la carte. They also have brunch cocktails from the mimosa to sangria. Sunday brunch is served from 11 a – 4 p.
About Stoney River
Stoney River is an upscale steakhouse, specializing in hand-cut steaks, fresh seafood selections, signature salads and house specialties. Enjoy a hand-crafted cocktail, local draft beer or glass of wine from our boutique wine list. Whether relaxing at the bar or dining in a comfortable atmosphere, our mission is to provide the highest quality food in a polished environment, delivered by professional servers with a sense of genuine hospitality.
4. The Rutledge
105 International Drive
Serving brunch from 11 a – 3 p. You will find bottomless mimoas, french toast, and chicken and biscuits on the menu and so much more on the menu.
About The Rutledge
The Rutledge is owned by brothers Curt and Mason Revelette, who also own Jonathan’s Grille. Separate from Jonathans Grille, The Rutledge is a modern, yet classy twist to your standard American Grill. With an aim to bring an eclectic, upbeat, contemporary dining experience and menu items too delicious to resist, The Rutledge will pioneer a new age of restaurant for the Franklin area.
5. Granite City
Granite City’s Easter Brunch includes:
- Create Your Own Doughnut
- Eggs Benedict
- RumChata French Toast
- Waffle Station
- Omelet Station
- Carved Ham
Brunch will be served Sunday from 8 a – 3 p. Adults are $28.99, kids $8.99, kids under 5 are free. Make your reservation online here.
About Granite City
Granite City Food & Brewery® is a casual dining restaurant with an on-site brewery. Their first restaurant opened in St. Cloud, Minnesota, in June 1999. Now, there are 26 restaurants in 11 different states. Granite City isn’t just a great place for a burger; they also serve signature beers, including Duke of Wellington (an English ale) and Broad Axe Stout (an authentic Irish beer), and entrees such as London broil.
6. The Mockingbird Restaurant
This Easter, The Mockingbird Restaurant is offering a great Easter brunch menu and Mimosa Bar. Brunch will be served 10a-2p. Cost $24.95 per person, kids are $12.95.
The menu includes:
Pull apart monkey bread
Second Course (choose one)
- skillet cornbread
- farmhouse quiche
- carrot ginger soup
- Easter salad- mixed greens, mandarin oranges, pecans, and dried cranberries.
Third Course (choose one)
- Farm Eggs Benedict
Poached egg served with buttermilk biscuit, Canadian bacon, and smoked hollandaise sauce.
- Easter Scrambler
Cheddar cheese scrambled eggs, potato hash with red & green peppers, onions, pork sausage, applewood bacon, and buttermilk biscuit.
- Banana Bread French Toast
Cinnamon Infused Maple Syrup, Toasted Pecans, Nutella Mascarpone, Applewood Bacon
- Chicken and Waffles
Buttermilk Waffle, Fried Chicken Breast, Bourbon Maple Syrup, Blackberry Reduction
- Chocolate Chip Pancakes
- Shrimp and Grits
- Brown Suger-Honey Baked Ham
Ham served with sweet potato, and green beans.
- Pecan Crusted Chicken
apple moonshine sauce, grilled asparagus, and roasted potatoes.
- Creamy Pasta Bake- penne pasta with broccili and mozzarella cheese
Scrambled Eggs with Biscuit, Belgian Waffle, Chicken Tenders or Baked Ham served with fresh fruit salad and chef’s choice of side.
About The Mockingbird
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. Learn more about The Mockingbird Restaurant here.
7. Mere Bulles
5201 Maryland Way
Easter Brunch will be held on Sunday, April 21st, from 9:30 am – 6:00 pm. Mere Bulles will have their outstanding brunch buffet classics like the omelet station and chocolate fountain plus some extra special offerings like shrimp cocktail and shrimp & grits.
About Mere Bulles
In June of 2000, Mere Bulles moved a few miles south of downtown Nashville to Maryland Manor, a historic plantation-style farmhouse and former estate home in Brentwood. The Mansion itself was built in 1942 with bricks salvaged from a previous historic building that was torn down near the present site, thus giving Maryland Manor it’s authentic Old South appearance. The Maryland Farms business district and neighborhood where the current location thrives derive its name from the once grand 400 acre estate.
Today, Mere Bulles is an active participant in the community and continues to be a beloved local tradition. Mere Bulles continues to serve the Nashville business community as well as its neighbors and out of town guests. With a rich, long history, the word has spread to out of town visitors who enjoy the stories and are always greeted with a new-old Southern Dining experience.