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The Loveless Cafe, located in southwest Nashville on Tennessee Highway 100 about 150 yards east of the northern terminus of the Natchez Trace Parkway, serves made from scratch southern cooking - including fried chicken, country ham, BBQ pulled pork, omelets, desserts and their world-famous biscuits.

The Loveless Cafe is named for Lon and Annie Loveless who began serving chicken and biscuits in 1951. Today, in addition to the restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner are several unique shops (originally were motel rooms) that surround the cafe and the Loveless Barn where events are held.

The Loveless Cafe is open 7 days a week from 8am to 8pm.

Get a taste of the famous Loveless Cafe "on-the-go" at Biscuit Kitchen, located right next door to the original cafe inside the Natchez Trace Market gas station. A quick and easy option for scratch-made meals full of authentic Southern flavor, Biscuit Kitchen offers some of the most popular items from the Loveless Cafe menu – including BBQ pulled pork, fried chicken tenders, biscuits, and more!

Biscuit Kitchen offers counter service with limited indoor seating and a drive-thru window located around the backside of the gas station. There is also a pedestrian bridge that connects to the Loveless Cafe property, so grab your food to-go and enjoy it on one of the many picnic tables located around the property.

Biscuit Kitchen is open Monday – Saturday from 7am to 8pm and Sunday from 8am to 8pm.

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Contact The Loveless Cafe

The Loveless Cafe
8400 Hwy 100
Nashville, Tennessee 37221 (click to view a map)

From the Natchez Trace - exit onto McCrory Lane, turn right and go 100 yards to Hwy 100, turn left and go 100 yards.

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