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Nashville didn't used to be known as a brunch town. To be honest, for many years not much happened in Music City before noon on Sundays—musicians were sleeping off their previous nights out at the bars, everyone else was in church, and few restaurants were even open at all. As Nashville's demographics have changed, so too have its brunch options. Today plenty of eateries open for this most leisurely of meals. Whether you're looking for things to do on the weekend or a hangover remedy after hanging out at the best nightlife spots in town, these brunch spots are well worth your while. And it’s not all chicken and waffles, poached eggs and bloody Marys (though Nashville does all three very well). Here are the best places for catching up with friends, feeding that hangover, people watching and ordering another mimosa.