After a 2004 fire sent the small restaurant in temporary exile in the Bellevue Mall, Copper Kettle has reopened in the strip across from David Lipscomb, where a devout clientele lines up for a simple menu of sandwiches, wraps and salads alongside a home-cooked meat-n-three repertoire. Diners can count on fried chicken Mondays, meatloaf Tuesdays, coconut chicken Wednesdays, pot roast Thursdays and seafood Fridays, plus a different chef's choice entrée every day. The superb Sunday brunch buffet is one of Nashvilles most popularand reasonableat $15.99 per person (children 6-10 $6.99, five and under free).
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash
Reservations: Not Necessary