You Have to Try These Brunch Spots

Posted by: Shelby Miles on April 28, 2021

There’s something about brunch with friends that makes every weekend more fun. Head to one of these restaurants for dishes ranging from classic American to brunch with a twist.

Ann’s Restaurant

A downtown Franklin staple and the top-rated choice on Yelp, Ann’s has a classic breakfast menu that draws a loyal crowd. Enjoy dishes like biscuits and gravy, huge pancakes and breakfast wraps.

Court St. Café

Their weekend brunch specials are a popular choice. One unique item is the panfrunola: fluffy folded pancakes filled with ingredients like lemon cream, peanut butter, or Greek yogurt and fruit.

Flap Jack’s

As you may guess by the name, Flap Jack’s is home to great pancakes, but they also have a wide selection of crepes, skillets and traditional breakfast combos. Try one of everything with their sampler. 

Friend’s Diner

This classic American diner is a favorite for locals. Find all-day breakfast including sweets like their caramel banana pancakes or savories like their breakfast BLT.


Main & Madison Market Café

Main & Madison is one of the most popular places for weekend brunch, thanks to their unique menu and handmade drinks. Try their Lox & Caper Bagel, quiche or fresh pastries, then order a mimosa bucket for the table.

Nora’s Knotty Pine Grill

This classic American diner has all the favorites in a casual family environment.

Tom’s Pancake House

Try some sweet pancake flavors like Oreo and turtle, along with classic breakfast options.


Yiayia’s House of Pancakes

This family-run restaurant offers a classic breakfast menu in a casual environment.


If you’re looking for quick breakfast options like pastries, breakfast sandwiches and smoothies, check out our coffee shops and bakeries like 1823 Bakehouse, Benjamin’s Scoops & Treasures, Coffeehouse Five (Greenwood and Franklin), Geri Girl Bakery and Strange Brew.


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