Monell's, Germantown

Address: 1235 N Sixth Avenue North Nashville, TN 37208 Contact Email: Phone: (615) 248-4747
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Located in a beautiful Victorian 1880s home in historic Germantown, Monell's offers an all-you-can-eat spread. Long wooden tables seat up to a dozen people, making for a family-style dining experience. Each day's menu includes 2 or 3 meats, 3 or 4 salads, 4 or 5 hot vegetables, bread, preserves, drink and dessert. Diners pass around bottomless bowls and platters of southern delicacies, served with all the trimmings. Among the entrees to grace the table are the best skillet-fried chicken ever, pulled barbecue pork and barbecue ribs, fried catfish, spinach lasagna, pork chops, pot roast and smothered chicken with gravy. Dining offerings revolve around the days of the week. Saturday and Sunday country breakfasts are resplendent with eggs, sausage, bacon, country ham, fried chicken, grits, pancakes, hash browns, biscuits, gravy, corn pudding, orange juice and coffee. Lunch Mon-Fri 10:30am-2pm Dinner Tue-Sat 5pm-8:30pm Country Breakfast: Sat 8:30am-1pm, Sun 8:30am-11am Sun Meal 11am-4pm Other Monell's locations: Monell's at Historic Lillie Belle's, 132 3rd Avenue South, Franklin, 615-790-6998. Monell's at Fitzgerald Mansion, 562 South Water Avenue (Highway 109), Gallatin, 615-230-8335. Cafe Monell's, 2826 Bransford Avenue, Nashville, 615-292-5336.

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