That particular delight has already been lauded in the pages of this publication. In the Nashville Scene's April 21 cover package titled "Eat Days a Week," Steve Haruch awarded the sandwich the starting slot in his ideal day of eating in Nashville. (He also gave a fist-bump to the Drew's Brews coffee that Sweet 16th owners Dan and Ellen Einstein pour every morning.)
Here's what Food & Wine says approvingly of Sweet 16th: "In addition to creative desserts like an Elvis-inspired peanut-butter-and-banana layer cake, the 1950s-style bakery offers a single savory breakfast item: A doubly cheesy sandwich composed of a cheddar scone and a hunk of egg-and-cheese casserole studded with green chiles."
The Sweet 16th sandwich is titled quite simply The Breakfast Sandwich, and it sells for $2.95 according to the menu on the bakery's website.
To gaze upon the entire platter of Food & Wine's favorite breakfast sandwiches, check out the slide-show here.