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343 53rd Ave N
Nashville,
TN
US

Margot Café and Bar

James Beard Award Nominee | French and Italian Cuisine | Seasonal Ingredients | Garden Patio | Daily-Changing Menu

Sample Menu

  • Appetizer: artisan cheese plate with orange marmalade
  • First course: pizza crowned with roasted endive, walnuts, and cream
  • Second course: grilled flat iron steak with fingerling potatoes, grilled portobello mushrooms, and crispy onions
  • Dessert: cranberry-pomegranate sorbet with pecan tuile

    Where to Sit: Request a spot on Margot's covered brick patio, which is surrounded by fragrant, flowering gardens. If the patio's full, ask to be seated near the open kitchen to sneak a peak of the chefs preparing your meal.



    While You're Waiting: Visit Margot's marble bar for a glass of French or Italian wine or a seasonal cocktail crafted with top-shelf spirits and cordials.



    When to Go: According to Nashville Scene, "Margot's Sunday brunch . . . is all the reason many need to get out of bed early." Like Margot's daily menu, the brunch menu changes frequently, spotlighting seasonal dishes such as mushroom-and-goat-cheese-filled crepes served with arugula pesto.



    Inside Tips

    • If a particular dish intrigues you, order it. It might just be your last chance. That's because Chef Margot McCormack—a semifinalist for the James Beard Award—sticks to seasonal ingredients and changes her menu daily.
    • The two-floor restaurant can only accommodate 80 diners at a time, so reservations are strongly recommended.

      While You're in the Neighborhood
      Before: Catch up with the latest in contemporary painting, sculpture, and photography at Bryant Gallery (1113 Woodland Street).
      After: Shake your tail feather to the eclectic sounds of local bands—ranging from country to indie rock—at The 5 Spot (1006 Forest Avenue).



      If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Head to Marché Artisan Foods (1000 Main Street), Margot's European-style café specializing in Mediterranean dishes and gourmet groceries.

1017 Woodland St
Nashville,
TN
US

The story of Sperry?s Restaurant began in Jacksonville, Florida, with famed restaurateur and hotelier Burton W. Sperry, whose reputation for fine food and sterling service made him the toast of the South in the late 1800s. Fast-forward to 1974, when Sperry?s descendants?eager to uphold their great-great-grandfather?s commitment to dining excellence?started their own restaurant to honor his memory. Since opening its doors more than three decades ago, Sperry's Restaurant has expanded to two locations and developed a loyal following thanks to its continued dedication to cooking palate-pleasing steaks and seafood entrees and bending over backwards for its guests.

The aroma of Alaskan king crab legs and bacon-wrapped filet mignon converge to form a culinary siren song for diners sitting at tables made from the hatch covers of World War II Liberty ships. The restaurant?s bartenders sling libations down a hand-carved bar sporting a unique epoxy resin finished for a mirror-like shine, and a stone fireplace occasionally serenades guests with its crackling flames.

1001 Mitchell Boulevard
Florence,
AL
US

Since 1986, Waffle King's culinary team been cooking up golden-brown Belgian waffles?some topped with pecans, some served with a side of smoked ham, some paired with two eggs any style. The restaurant showcases one meat and three veggie varieties daily. Waffles are just the beginning of their hearty, diner-style offerings, though. They also cook custom omelets, grill juicy burgers, and serve country-fried steak on Texas toast, so named because it's shaped like Lyndon Johnson.

8644 Madison Boulevard
Madison,
AL
US

The story of Sperry’s Restaurant began in Jacksonville, Florida, with famed restaurateur and hotelier Burton W. Sperry, whose reputation for fine food and sterling service made him the toast of the South in the late 1800s. Fast-forward to 1974, when Sperry’s descendants—eager to uphold their great-great-grandfather’s commitment to dining excellence—started their own restaurant to honor his memory. Since opening its doors more than three decades ago, Sperry's Restaurant has expanded to two locations and developed a loyal following thanks to its continued dedication to cooking palate-pleasing steaks and seafood entrees and bending over backwards for its guests. The aroma of crab legs and bacon-wrapped filet mignon converge to form a culinary siren song for diners sitting at tables made from the hatch covers of World War II Liberty ships.

600 Frazier Dr
Franklin,
TN
US

Hatched from a simple creole cottage in Mandeville, Louisiana in 1996, Another Broken Egg Cafe has expanded to more than 20 locations in the South and California. The homey eatery flaunts more than 130 menu items that spotlight southern and creole twists on breakfast classics such as omelets, scrambles, pancakes, and benedicts. The Hey Lucy!!! omelet, a Spanish-inspired creation filled with chorizo, avocado, green chilies, and house-made salsa, even caught the eye of Valley Planet readers, who voted it Best Breakfast in 2011 and Best Breakfast as well as Best Brunch in 2012. Another Broken Egg Cafe's French-country charm welcomes locals, tourists, and off-the-clock roosters from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m. daily.

2722 Carl T Jones Dr. SE
Huntsville,
AL
US