Bird's Nest Cafe in Nashville, Indiana
On a short visit to Brown County (Indiana) last month, I made my way into Nashville, Indiana with some time to spare before my Sippin’ Trip walking tour of the downtown tasting rooms and visited a fairly new restaurant in town to enjoy brunch.
Tucked a bit off the street down a cute little walkway, Birds Nest Cafe was an adorable spot nestled in this small town that is like a throwback to times gone by. Dotted with little shops and cafes and boutiques and historic buildings, it’s a perfect place to relax and explore.
So, on to the food. There was a nice selection on the menu - sweet potato waffles, biscuits and gravy, a veggie feta scramble, sunrise street tacos. I abandoned my plans to go light when my waitress mentioned the special called “The Kitchen Sink” - a buttery, flaky biscuit topped with hash browns and bacon and ham and scrambled eggs and bacon gravy and more bacon. It was delicious and probably could have fed three people. I made a superb choice.
The decor was cozy and country chic and the front case had some scrumptious-looking desserts, including lime cupcakes. Everyone was extremely friendly and my neighbors at the next table were more than happy to let me photograph their meals before I left.
Should you find yourself in Brown County (and I highly recommend a couple days in this charming neck of the woods), put Birds Nest Cafe on your itinerary - and tell them the Chicago Foodie Sisters sent you. ;)
Bird's Nest Cafe
36 West Franklin Street
***I did receive a complimentary meal for the purpose of a review. I was not compensated for this post. All opinions are my own.