Midtown Café Opens For Breakfast

Midtown Cafe Breakfast. Photo: facebook.com/MidtownCafeNash

Photo: facebook.com/MidtownCafeNash

Midtown Café owner Randy Rayburn has added breakfast service at the establishment, beginning Monday (Sept. 19). The restaurant is located near Music Row at 102 19th Ave. S.

To celebrate the launch, 10 percent of breakfast and lunch sales will be donated to various non-profits during the first week, including Brian Uhl Scholarship Fund to benefit the culinary students at the Randy Rayburn Culinary School at Nashville Community College (Monday), Our Kids (Tuesday), Project Return (Wednesday), Country Music Association Foundation (Thursday) and Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt (Friday).

Breakfast will be served Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., with limited breakfast service until 2:30 p.m. The new menu, currently under development, will include omelets, pancakes, French toast with apricot crème fraiche and a Wyoming-inspired dish of Tennessee trout stacked on a bed of fluffy scrambled eggs.

“In a constant effort to offer something new to the Nashville community, adding a sit down breakfast was a natural progression for us,” said Rayburn. “As with everything on our menu, breakfast will be a marriage of approachable morning favorites combined with an elevated composition. We know Nashville loves business breakfasts and morning social gatherings and our goal is to offer something for both.”

Soon to celebrate its 29th anniversary, the cafe continues weekly lunch service from 11 a.m.—4:30 p.m., and dinner Monday—Saturday.

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