The Loveless Cafe

Happy March! Hope you all are doing well! I refuse to bid Black History Month, farewell, simply because everyday should be about black history in my eyes. The history books in schools now and in the past have been white centered. They demean  and omit the presence, power, and resilience of nonwhite peoples. While Black History Month is a means of celebration for Black Americans’ contributions to society, history should be accurately portrayed, not simply favoring the privileged group. Anywho, enough of this rant. I could go on about my feelings but that should be in another post. A few weeks ago, a group of my friends and I ventured out to the Loveless Cafe for dinner. Now, this place is a super touristy spot. I, a Nashville native, had not experience it’s glory until our visit. The food was so yummy! It took me about 40 minutes to get to the cafe from my home but I would definitely go back again.

Maribel’s friend Emily from college made a surprise visit to town from Knoxville. She brought her husband, with whom she recently married. Maribel and I have been friends since grade school. I like that, as we’ve grown older, we’ve still grown together. She’s meet some of my friends from college and my early childhood friends. I’m familiar with her college friends. I enjoy making friends! Luckily, the rain didn’t stop us from getting out and having fun! I am happy that Maribel gets me out of the house and makes me try new things. She takes me to new places. Friends should help you get outside of your comfort zone.

Whenever I dine at a restaurant that offers breakfast all day, I tend to order it. This time was no different. I had the country friend steak, fried okra, cheese grits, eggs with mushrooms and cheese, and a waffle. As an appetizer, we had warm biscuits, with various jams. The biscuits were so good that I barely had enough room for my main course!

Our waiter was named Owen. If you go during the weekend, request him. He is so sweet and attended to us with great care! He joked about Hilary, Emily’s husband, dining with so many pretty women. We definitely are a handsome bunch!

The Loveless Cafe is a down home, southern styled restaurant. The food is something that a southern granny would cook for her family after Sunday service. If you have yet to venture out to this location, please do! You will regret not dining here.In short, this restaurant is anything but loveless! I had a great experience!

How many of you have dined at The Loveless Cafe? If you have, how was your experience? What did you order? Would your recommend it to a friend?
Drop comments below about your experiences eating here, please!

Let me know how you all are enjoying my food/ restaurant reviews. Have you tried any of the places that I have recommended? If so, tell me about your experiences! If you can suggest any places for me to review, drop the places in my comment section. I can’t wait to hear from you all!

Until next time,
-Nora

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My name is Nora. I am a 29 year old Nashville native. By day, I am a #corporaterebel in the Talent Acquisition and Human Resources Industry, In my spare time, I am a plus-size blogger, Youtuber, and social media influencer. On my platform, I discuss beauty, fashion, faith, lifestyle, and everything that I encounter and experience as a young black woman who is building her empire. In my free time, you can catch me playing Sims, binging Netflix and Hulu, enjoying a bottle of sweet wine, enjoying #foodie life, getting my beauty rest, or out styling and profiling.

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