Quintessential Nashville is made up of a few things: fruit tea, hot chicken and biscuits. Oh, the biscuits.
Biscuit Love specializes in that last one. And, it is very quintessential Nashville. So I had to go - much to Brittany's chagrin. Overrated, she scoffed. And ... she was maybe right.
Biscuit Love has the coolest little outdoor patio surrounded by buildings, and the interior is the standard run-of-the-mill hipster I've come to expect in Nashville (that's not a bad thing!). It's cute with mixed textures, fun art and modern.
While online reviews lament the long wait, we came at a good time because we were ushered right in. I ordered the Princess, which is a biscuit, Nashville-style spicy hot chicken, honey, mustard, and pickles.
So, this sandwich was good. I had so much amazing hot chicken in Nashville, though, this hardly compared. The biscuit wasn't bad, but once I got some extra honey to temper the spice, this was a solid meal. Not bad by any means, but I've had both better biscuits and better hot chicken. But, this was a good place to get both at once.