Who doesn’t love a quaint, street-corner café? Sky Blue Cafe is the quintessential neighborhood spot. The outside of the café reminded me of that classic mob movie scene, like A Bronx Tale, of gangsters hanging outside of the local neighborhood café. Instead of mobsters there were East Nashville hipsters sipping free coffee at picnic tables while they wait the half hour to be seated inside.
Sky Blue Cafe is located in the historic Edgefield neighborhood of East Nashville and is known for comfort breakfast food that caters to both meat-lovers and vegetarians. We’re currently eating according to the Whole30 plan, so the variety of options falling within our limited range was the very reason we chose to come for breakfast the morning after the Fourth of July.
Upon arrival, the friendly hostess informed us the wait would be 30 minutes. Kind of a bummer due to the extreme heat that day. We decided to stick it out and I grabbed a cup of the aforementioned free coffee.
Hot coffee on a 100° day was not the best choice. A pitcher of ice cold water for the parched, waiting patrons would have served us better. After 30 minutes, we started to get sweaty, hungry and antsy. Thankfully, our name was called about 10 minutes later. Continue reading “REVIEW: Sky Blue Cafe”