{nashville} pinewood social

March 7, 2016

I recently went on a trip to Nashville, Tennessee (among other cities in that and its surrounding states). One of the first things I like to do in a new city (though I’ve actually been to Tennessee before, Spring Break of freshmen year) is find a delicious brunch place. Yelp had lots of suggest and one of these places was Pinewood Social. This experiment-y kind of place has this as their self-written tagline:

“Pinewood Social is a space that is based on the idea of creating a social gathering place that can accommodate your needs morning, noon and night. Think of us as a comfortable place to work with a cup of coffee in the morning or a casual lunch with a co-worker. Think of us as a place to meet friends for cocktails and dinner. Think of us as a place to play, whether that means bowling or playing bocce ball. Come hang out and enjoy all the different elements we have to offer at Pinewood Social, a place to meet.”

I guess they want to be the place you go to any time of day for any occasion! Instead of a restaurant or cafe or a bowling alley or a bar, they want to be it all and none of those things. It’s just gathering place for everything! Well, I found that everything included a delicious brunch complete with coffee. Welcome to my Nashville adventure!


Interesting menu layout

Goat Cheese Omelet

Chicken and Biscuits

The bowling alley area


2 Responses to “{nashville} pinewood social”

  1. annalice said

    wow that chicken and biscuit looks amazing! I also had a lot of chicken and biscuits during my recent visit to the south haha

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