This past weekend, my quarter-of-a-century birthday celebrations officially kicked off with a Family Sunday Brunch at Germantown Cafe... I'm always saying I get tired of visiting the same restaurants in Nashville, so as a promise to some of my STUNning friends that I made this past spring, I'm attempting to think outside-the-box and try new restaurants - so to get started, I took my cute little family on an adventure in downtown Nashville.
My ratings (although not officially as highly regarded as Zagot), are as follows:
Scale of 1 to 5 (1 being poor, 5 being excellent)
Service: 4- very friendly and attentive
Food: 3.5 - only drawback is menu isn't diverse, but open faced chicken salad is great
Ambiance and Environment: 4 - small, intimate, modern
Bang For Your Buck: 5- brunch prices range $6 to $13= great food at a great price
Overall Experience: 4 - very satisfied with my experience and I will go back!
Also as an FYI, if you live in Nashville and have never ventured to Germantown, you need to visit - the streets are homey and quaint, and the real estate in this tee-tiny neighborhood is adorable... and growing at a rapid rate! They also have a number of great restaurants and shops to check out, too!