If you’ve ever woken up to a blistering headache or uncontrollable stomach ache after a night of drinking, you know hangovers are the worst. While water does wonders for hydrating the body back to its normal state, food can also remedy the situation. No matter if your preferred hangover cure is a greasy biscuit sandwich or a restorative healthy juice, Nashville has something to satisfy every craving.Read More
A Guide to Nashville’s Hangover Friendly Restaurants
Recover from last night’s debauchery at these local joints
The Nashville Biscuit House
Looking for a quick, no-frills breakfast to cure a mean hangover? Nashville Biscuit House is open every day except Wednesdays and some holidays. Enjoy a full country breakfast or order a traditional meat-and-three lunch plate with rotating specials. If your hangover is truly debilitating, the restaurant has a drive-thru window so you can avoid facing the public until after your stomach is full.
Sky Blue Cafe
This neighborhood restaurant, known for its breakfast, serves up popular dishes like the brie french toast, breakfast burrito and salmon benedict.
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Open from 10 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. daily, Hermitage Cafe is a classic place to nurse a hangover. The diner serves breakfast favorites like country ham, pancakes, omelets, and biscuits, plus lunch and dinner options so no matter what meal you’re craving, you’ll be set.
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Juice Bar - The Gulch
Not ready for solid foods the morning after a night of partying? No problem. I Love Juice Bar has five Nashville locations where you can get juices, smoothies, and power shots to hydrate and rejuvenate your body.
For years, ramen has been regarded as one of the best hangover cures due to its rich, salty broth. Now open daily, Otaku Ramen is a great place to eat following a night of drinking. Not ready for a public outing? Both the Gulch and East Nashville locations accept to go orders.
Party Fowl’s various hot chicken centric dishes can be good for curing hangovers, but perhaps no dish is as popular as the bloody mary. While a traditional bloody mary is not usually considered a meal, Party Fowl’s drink is topped with two fried cornish game hens, scotch eggs, fried okra and an avocado. A little hair of the dog, anyone?
The Grilled Cheeserie
When it comes to comfort food, grilled cheese often tops the list of most beloved meals. It’s no wonder The Grilled Cheeserie’s decadent, cheesy creations serve as popular post-drinking nourishment.
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Proper Bagel’s variety of bagels, cream cheeses, and prepared salads are delicious and easy grab and go meals. While the line can get long during peak meal times, it moves quickly and you can always place a to-go order.
The sodium-rich, soupy pho broth will do wonders for hydrating the body back to its pre-hangover state. Pho Ann offers several pho options, plus a variety of other Vietnamese dishes.
La Hacienda Taqueria
The best cure for a hangover is... tacos? While we can certainly understand how tacos might be comforting the morning after a night of drinking, traditional Mexican soups like pozole and menudo have long been considered the best remedy for hangover. Fortunately, La Hacienda serves both on weekends.
The Nashville Jam Co.
The Nashville Jam Co.’s traditional southern menu offers some standout hangover cures. Our top picks include the pimento cheese, bacon, and tomato jam chicken biscuit, fried green tomato wrap, and on the sweet side, the bronuts (fried cheesecake stuffed biscuits topped with blueberry compote).