Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Nashville, TN Edition: Marche Artisan Foods
We ate at so many places in Nashville in such a short amount of time, because I was really trying to touch on all of their most notable restaurants. And Nashville has no shortage of them.
Marche Artisan Foods is one of those places. This European-style cafe and marketplace is located in the heart of historic East Nashville, and seemed like this perfect brunch option.
The restaurant itself is very sweet with split-level dining paired up with a small marketplace. I loved the windows lining the walls of the space and the brick and exposed duct work. Just very cool.
The menu for breakfast had a number of croissants, crepes, french toast, scrambled eggs and omelettes. I, however, went for a simple cheese plate which had goat cheese, peach jam and Pugliese toast. This was simple, but this was probably my favorite goat cheese I've ever had. It had just a bit of bite, but it wasn't overpowering. The jam was great, and the toast was nice and light. The perfect light option that I was just in the mood for, with the perfect ambiance and great service.