Nashville loves its comfort food, and it doesn't matter if its 90 and humid or 30 and snowy. Fried chicken, mashed potatoes and hearty mac-and-cheese are always appropriate options for lunch, and dinner if you can get it. Of course, many of our favorite homestyle restaurants are only open during the day, so lunch is usually when we get our fill of local favorites. Arnold's Country Kitchen is one such lunch spot, and as a James Beard Foundation America's Classics Award winner, a must-eat spot in town. Grab a tray, get in line, and pick your favorites from fried catfish and brisket to bacon-y green beans. All it takes to get to Loveless Cafe is a bit of a drive and a craving for their world-famous biscuits. Monell's has locations all over the city, which makes it easy to get a plate of their food no matter if you are in Germantown or Gallatin. From Puckett's and their perfect fried green tomato BLTs and delicious pies, to Rotier's and their rich hashbrown casserole, you could eat at a comforting new place every day of the month and never be at the same table twice.