Once upon a sad and lonely time, brunch was relegated to a few designated hours on a faraway Sunday. Then came Lou, which declared that Nashville was worthy of an all-day brunch, all weekend long. And it was good. So good, people have continually flocked to this East Nashville spot for their selection of natural wines, bowls brimming with grains and runny eggs, fruity tartines, and maple buckwheat pancakes. If the weather’s playing nice, order one of Lou’s picnic sacks and a bottle of wine to enjoy out on their front lawn.

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