The iconic neon sign for the Loveless Motel and Café has welcomed more than a half a million visitors a year.
Including Photographer Martin Garfinkel, who regularly snaps photos of road signs and while cruising on his Harley motorcycle through Nashville one of his favorite is the Loveless Motel and Café.
Talk about melt in your mouth good, Rumor has it that the Loveless fried chicken is among the very best. The “Loveless Motel and Café” food has been written about for years, for over a half a century their reputation stands firm, their fried chicken remains outstanding as does the red eye gravy, also the homemade biscuits and fresh preserves. Despite a rather unusual name, you can always count on quality.
There is an entire market on the premises, to go and online at: https://store.lovelesscafe.com/category/southern-food where you can purchase their delicious hams and jams, plus fresh baked pies and the best smokehouse barbecue to go. The Loveless Motel and Cafe has found fame in endless articles in such acclaimed magazines as GOURMET, BON APPETITE, PEOPLE, US NEWS and WORLD REPORT. The Loveless has served Nashville natives, tourists and celebrities alike with the same friendly atmosphere it started with, good old fashioned Southern hospitality and the best comfort food around. The Loveless Motel and Café has been open since 1951 and remains in business today. When on the road again, in your wondrous travels if passing through Nashville be sure to check it out: https://www.lovelesscafe.com/eat/menus it will be worth every bite and then some!
Director of Roadside Gallery
Debbi Fadli has lived in Carbondale, Colorado for 14 years after raising her two beautiful children in Morocco. She has a passion for fine art photography and for the past 3 years, besides doing sales, she has taken the work of photographer Martin Garfinkel and designs an astonishing range of fine art photo merchandise.