There are so many hard choices to make at Yeast Nashville. Everything sounded, looked and smelled so good. There were many options from sweet fruit pastries to savory egg and meat options. And they all look incredibly pretty.
For my breakfast I chose the savory Canadian bacon, egg and cheese kolache. OMG this was so amazing, and reminded me of the first time I fell in love with these pastries! The dough was light, fluffy and warm with a light sweetness to it. The filling was full of flavor enhanced by the onions and peppers in the eggs. The bacon added a little saltiness, which rounded out a perfect breakfast.
Steve went a more non-traditional route and ordered the breakfast pot pie, which was basically a quiche inside of phyllo dough. The filling was egg, cheese, peppers and spinach. Steve really liked this dish and ate it very quickly. I think I've created an addict.
Since we couldn't leave without trying a sweet Kolache we tried the cream cheese version. It reminded me of my favorite New York danish. This went perfectly with our coffee (you should try dunking it, for sure).
Did I mention they have a Twin Peaks pie sign?!? This place wins on SO MANY LEVELS. I would be remiss if I didn't mention the staff and how unflappably nice they were. Everyone was so genuinely sweet, talking to us like friends, asking us if we wanted more coffee. While the food here is amazing, the staff is exceptional.
Yeast Nashville is my new favorite quick breakfast joint. They make damn fine kolaches and the friendly staff just makes me happy. This is a place you should not miss!