Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Aix-en-Provence

Nashville, Provence Bread and Co, nashville Cafe, Bluebird Cafe, Tennesee, Music City, Hillsboro Village

nail polish: Marc Jacobs; sunglasses: local boutique; food: Provence Bread and Cafe

Oh ,Nashville, how I love thee. The food, the beautifully delicious food. Hillsboro Village, one of the many Nashville neighborhoods I enjoy spending my weekends in, has the amazing Provence Cafe literally across the street from the famed Pancake Pantry. I cannot, for the life of me, figure out why tourists spend hours in line waiting for a buttermilk stack when there is the best French cafe Nashville has to offer just a few feet away. The coffee selection gives everyone a little something to enjoy and the french menu makes my little french-loving heart pitter patter with glee. My last visit featured an Anchor Down cappuccino and a decadent croque monsieur supplemented with leafy greens. I held out on the macarons since I was days away from visiting the Laduree in New York City, but I'm not gonna say I don't regret that decision. The seating inside is admittedly cramped (so be warned if you're going with a party of four or more) and I've never tried their cold products in the deli display by the door. But, I can hardly imagine the Provence my friends and I know and love serving anything short of a cute, delicious French inspired meal within their intimate four walls. 

I mean, I'm not going to tell you that you have to go to Provence if you're ever in Nashville's Hillsboro Village. But, I will say that if you ever find yourself waiting in an offensively long line for pancakes and happen to see a French cafe across the street you might want to consider crossing that street...

2 comments:

  1. Love Provence!! Have you ever been to Marche on Main?

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    1. I haven't! It's on my list of places to try whenever I head over to East Nashville.

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