Biscuit Love

Biscuit Love is all it’s cracked up to be. The buttery, fluffy biscuits they became famous for are just as great as they were from the food truck. The menu has all the old favorites with the addition of some new, creative variations on the classics.

You’ll find the new brick and mortar location in the Gulch, right behind Bar Louie and across from The Pub. The vibe is casual and comfortable – just what you’d expect from a place known for its biscuits.

pimiento cheese biscuit

pimiento cheese biscuit

Order at the counter in the front of the restaurant. They’ll give you a number, and you can wait for your biscuits under their brightly lit Nashville sign.

We ordered the Pimento Cheese Sammy, the Lindstrom (shaved Brussel sprout salad with poached eggs), and a side biscuit with jam. The creamy pimento cheese paired perfectly with the saltiness of the biscuit. The Lindstrom came with yummy lemon vinaigrette – tart, sweet, and acidic all at the same time, which balanced well with the poached eggs on top. And of course, the extra biscuit on the side was a real treat topped with homemade blackberry jam.

We recommend going during off hours to avoid the long line. The food is worth the wait, but why wait if you don’t have to? On our next visit, we are definitely going to try their Bonuts: beignets made with biscuit dough. We’re still kicking ourselves for not ordering them the first time. Yum!

The Lindstrom. photo cred: Biscuit Love

The Lindstrom. photo cred: Biscuit Love

If you’re a biscuit fan, make your way down to the Gulch to give Biscuit Love a try. You’ll be glad you did!

 

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