Overall, I wish there were more lunch options vs. brunch options on the weekend, but we're a brunch culture in Nashville. The menu is not extensive, because it's all made to order and fresh... it's all about what's seasonal, available, etc.
In the spirit of brunch, I ordered a side of biscuits and preserves for the table. The biscuits, jam, and butter were all excellent. It was all tasty, though I might argue that for the South, $4 for two biscuits is kind of steep. Maybe I'm just used to complimentary biscuits everywhere? I expected there might be 3-4 for that price.
For my meal, I really wanted something with meat, because I'd heard they are really deliberate about where they source their ingredients. I chose the Cuban sandwich, which had the house pork, black forest ham, and Swiss. It came with their house fries and house ketchup. I LOVED the Cuban. The bread was so fresh and good, it really made the sandwich amazing. Seriously, when a restaurant nails the bread it is such a win. The meat and cheese were also great. The fries were pretty good, though I did not like the house ketchup. It tasted a bit fruity or jam-like, not like ketchup really. The fries tasted good without it, and I appreciate that they make their own sauces!