Yesterday morning, we finally made it over to Marché Artisan Foods in East Nashville. I’ve been dying to go for brunch for a couple months now, and we had the opportunity this past weekend since Steve and I both had an open weekend in Nashville together. I’d heard only amazing things from friends and coworkers.
When we first walked in, we put our name in [about an hour wait, which is typical for this hot brunch spot], then we headed over to the cafe area in the back where we were able to order an iced latte, Oragnina, and fresh croissant.
We spent about 10 minutes deciding on what we were going to order, because everything listed on their menu sounded perfect. I finally settled on the sweet crepes with blueberries and goat cheese, and Steve ordered the omelet, which contained Mexican chorizo and feta.
Everything was absolutely delicious. The whipped goat cheese was rich, but complimented the tart blueberries and powdered sugar perfectly. I tried a bite of Steve’s omelet and it was bursting with flavor. We were satisfied with our choices, but already can’t wait to go back and try different things on their brunch menu.