And the winner of Most Typo-Riddled Menu in Nashville is ….

What happens when three writer/editors go to Sunday brunch? We feast, we gossip, we take pictures of typos.

West End Cafe in Nashville updated their menu not too long ago, and–besides removing my favorite omelet–neglected a good proofreading. The result is quite comical, as you can see in the collage below.

Typos aside, West End Cafe is one of my favorite brunch spots in Nashville (even after losing the smoked turkey and bacon omelet). If you haven’t had brunch there yet, be sure to try a side of breakfast potatoes, as they’re especially good, and spelled correctly.

My friends and I settled on the delectable chicken and waffles, which was complemented by a “smoked bacon smoked maple syrup” smoked sauce of smoked sorts, which, like the “Toasted texas toast is toasted” phrase, may indicate some cut-and-paste negligence, or maybe smoked maple syrup is actually a thing. Either way, I think that may be my new favorite dish after all.

There are about eight typos pictured above. Did you catch them all?