Nashville, TN Edition: Josephine

By Candace Nelson - 10:00 AM


If there's one thing Nashville does really well, it's brunch.

Josephine’sJosephine is a chic spot with contemporary flare, according to Zagat.


The belle of 12 South“, this ”higher-end neighborhood spot“ impresses with ”innovative“ yet ”comforting“ American cuisine that ”changes seasonally“, plus ”fabulous“ desserts and ”approachable“ wines delivered by servers who ”will not steer you wrong“; decked out with tufted red banquettes and tile floors, the stylish space works well for both ”date nights“ and ”lively" meet-ups with friends and is also popular for brunch.
The menu features all sorts of yummy brunch options, and I went with the "duck confit and sweet potato hash with poached egg and sage hollandaise."

Led by chef Andy Little, whose distinct and thoughtful cuisine has earned him two James Beard semifinalist nominations since its 2013 opening, Josephine is an American restaurant located in the vibrant 12 South neighborhood of Nashville where the Pennsylvania Dutch roots of Little’s upbringing meet Southern hospitality. A small, carefully selected list of wines chosen by General Manager and Sommelier Karen Van Guilder Little and expertly crafted signature cocktails accompany the restaurant’s dinner and weekend brunch menus. Whether you’re coming in for a special occasion or dropping in for a drink at the bar, Josephine’s dedication to gracious hospitality promises a warm and refined experience for every guest.
Josephine’sIt was yummy! Duck seemed to be a theme for me this weekend - but Nashville does it well. Have you been?

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