It’s not just your average biscuit, you can find some truly unique snacks and treats from the comfort of your home.
While most biscuit shops have a variety of products available, the ones that stand out are probably the ones with their own unique twists on what you might have eaten before.
So let’s take a look at the 10 best places to eat biscuits at a bakery in Nashville.10.
Biscuit & Biscuits, 1701 N. Franklin St.
In a city where there’s no shortage of restaurants, you may be surprised at just how many you can actually find at a local biscuit shop.
B&B’s owners, Ben & Molly, have been baking biscuits for over 60 years and have been serving up the best biscuits in Nashville for the past 50.
They have an extensive inventory of different types of biscuits, including cookies, biscuits and chocolate, but you can also find some biscuits baked with other foods like coffee, cookies, milk and more.
The shop is located in the former biscuit manufacturing plant at the corner of Franklin and South Streets.
The biscuits are made with all-natural ingredients, like real butter, milk, eggs and other proteins.
There are three types of biscuit: biscuits made with a sweetener, made with eggs, and made with whole grain breadcrumbs.
If you’re looking for a more traditional style, there’s also a selection of sweet and savory biscuits.
B &B is a great spot to go to grab a cup of coffee and a bite to eat before heading to work or the gym.
You’ll be surprised how much more you’ll appreciate the quality of the biscuity as you go around town.
Puff Daddy, 1201 E. BroadwayIn a town that is known for its delicious coffee shops and coffeehouses, Puff’s coffee shop is one of the few places you can order a coffee in Nashville without paying.
The restaurant has a large selection of drinks made with coffee from around the country and the company has been serving this specialty for over 40 years.
Puffy’s coffee is served by the pitcher and is made with the same beans that you would find in a traditional coffee maker.
The coffee has a light flavor and smooth texture that is perfect for savoring a cup.
You can enjoy the coffee on the rocks or in a cup while watching a movie.
Puffed Daddy’s cafe is located at the intersection of Broadway and East Tennessee Street.
Puff’s is known as one of Nashville’s best coffee shops.
Their coffee is brewed using a proprietary process that produces a superior coffee, making it a great option for those looking for an authentic coffee experience.
The owner, Kevin, said he’s been in the business for over 30 years and he loves it.
He is also passionate about supporting the arts and is always looking for new ways to bring people together.
Puffs coffee is one you’ll definitely want to try.
They offer a wide selection of coffee from local, organic, and specialty coffee beans.
You won’t be disappointed.
Woot Woot Coffee, 4555 N. E. 2nd StreetThe famous Woot family has been making biscuits since 1928 and now it’s time to show them some love with their latest offering.
Woots biscuits are an American tradition made with local ingredients that have been used in biscuits for generations.
This unique biscuit is made from butter, eggs, milk (with whole grain) and flour.
This is one biscuit you can’t miss.
They also offer a full menu of beverages that will get you in the mood for a good time.
The cafe is on the third floor of the historic brick building on Broadway and Second Street.
The Woot Family is known to have been around for many generations and they’re no strangers to the biscue world.
They are also known for their excellent coffee and have a great selection of specialty coffees.
You should also be on the lookout for their delicious, full-fat vanilla espresso coffee.
Wooting has been known to serve the best coffee in town for decades and you’ll be sure to want to give it a try when you’re in Nashville!
Bocca Restaurant, 541 N. BroadwayThe name might not say it all, but Bocces is the best biscuit place in Nashville, according to many locals.
They make some of the best breakfast biscuits in the city.
The famous Bocci family has produced biscuits since 1871 and it’s no wonder.
Boccas family has owned the biscut business since 1928.
The Boccas are famous for their quality and are known for making some of Nashville most iconic breakfast items.
If there’s a biscuity in your budget, you’ll want to head over to Boccas Baking Company to try one of their specialty biscuits.
They even have a special biscuit made for special events like weddings and graduations