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Where to find fluffy, buttery biscuits in Nashville

Whether you prefer biscuits plain, smothered in gravy, or as a sandwich, you have options in Music City.

A plate with one biscuit sandwich made with fried chicken, egg, and melted cheese and a glass of orange juice out of focus in the background.

Meet the fried chicken, egg, and cheese. | Photo via Brown’s Diner

Biscuits go with the South like City Editors Dylan + Skylar go with NASHtoday. These flaky delights are certainly a Southern staple, so we put together this list of local favorites, making it easy for you to get straight to the good stuff on National Buttermilk Biscuit Day.

Brown’s Diner, 2102 Blair Blvd. | Brown’s all-day breakfast menu launched earlier this year with 10+ biscuit varieties.

The Butter Milk Ranch, 2407 12th Ave. S. | A basket of four biscuits comes with sausage gravy or a flight of housemade jams.

SweetMilk, 329 Donelson Pk. | SweetMilk makes a limited number of cast iron-baked biscuits every day, served alone with raspberry jam and whipped butter, or loaded with ingredients.

The Loveless Cafe, 8400 Hwy. 100 | Snack on biscuits and fruit preserves before the main course arrives, or order the biscuit sliders with fillings of your choice.

Stay Golden, 2934 Sidco Dr. | Choose your own adventure with one of the “biscuit sammies,” or order one topped with house hollandaise, chimichurri hollandaise, or sausage gravy. Bonus: A gluten free option is available.

Big Al’s Deli, 1828 4th Ave. N. | Biscuits are made with choice of protein, cheese, and egg or plated open-faced with Big Al’s spicy brown country sausage gravy.

A white plate sitting on a table with a plate of fried chicken topped with sausage gravy and a fried egg with a biscuit on the side.

Level up the East Nasty by adding an egg for $2.50. | Photo via Biscuit Love

Biscuit Love, Locations vary | Try this: the East Nasty, a buttermilk biscuit served with a fried boneless chicken thigh, aged cheddar, and sausage gravy

Nashville Biscuit House, 805 Gallatin Ave. | Breakfast is available all day, and if you happen to be in a rush, just pull into the drive-thru.

Sky Blue Cafe, 700 Fatherland St. | Go for the traditional biscuit sandwich experience, or try Em’s Bowl (deconstructed biscuit topped with home fries, eggs, sausage gravy, and cheese).

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