Millennial-friendly East Nashville wine source and restaurant Nashville Urban Winery launches brunch this weekend. And because a city can only handle so many biscuits, it’s thrilling to find exactly zero of those on the new menu. Owner Tyler Alkins’ hip, wine-focused spot will begin brunch service at 10 a.m. Saturday, with a trio of tricked-out breakfast pizzas and a variety of brunch-y cocktails, including a “morning after shot” (no specifics on this included on the menu other than “better safe than sorry”).
Available all day long on Saturdays and Sundays, the terse menu includes just a handful of options. Pizza lovers can choose from three offerings: bacon and egg, sausage and egg, or the intriguing lox pizza. A burrata hash and shrimp with cauliflower grits round out the menu.
No basic mimosas on the menu here (but assuming that could still happen if needed) —the sassy replacement is a green chile mimosa made with chile vodka, orange, lime, and prosecco. Brunch-time drinkers can also opt for a vanilla latini with rumchata or a “red velvet” with prosecco and raspberry liqueur.
Nashville Urban Winery will serve brunch from 10 a.m. until 10.p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Take a look at the full menu, including late-night options, below:
- Nashville Urban Winery [Official Site]
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