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Pancakes & Crepes

Brown Butter Pancakes, $14

EARNEST BAR AND HIDEAWAY

A chef’s maxim: Brown butter makes everything better. At Earnest’s, they put it into action, whisking the fragrant liquid gold into pancake batter. This imparts a caramel richness and depth of flavor to the fluffy stack, only improved on by maple syrup and Earnest’s own cultured butter. (earnestbarandhideaway.com)

Buttermilk Semolina Pancakes, $9

FIDO

Being just down the block from the city’s iconic pancake house could put a lot a pressure on a place. Would you even bother to offer pancakes? With a batter made with buttermilk and semolina flour, noted for its sweet, almost nutlike taste and cornmeal texture, and a pour of pure Vermont maple syrup, Fido says, “You bet!” (bongojava.com/fido-cafe/menu)

Two Egg Mushroom Mozzarella Crepe, $7.50

MUSIC CITY CREPE

Watching the staff make your whisper-thin crepe on the great round griddle is the first highlight of this creperie, housed at the Nashville Farmers’ Market’s global-local food court. The second is biting into your buckwheat flour breakfast crepe, plumped with scrambled eggs, mozzarella, and a sauté of market-fresh spinach, red onions, and mushrooms. (facebook.com/nashvillefarmers)

Breakfast Crepes, $9.50

RED BICYCLE

From the Red Bicycle roster of savory breakfast crepes, choices abound. Some mornings call for Wake Up, the crepe generously filled with egg, cheddar, onion, tomato, mushrooms, red peppers, and bacon. Some require a little South-of-the-Border boost. For that there’s the Mexi:

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