The language of love to us sounds a lot like the sizzle of butter in a hot skillet, the steak steaming on a grill top or the pop of a good bottle of wine. If you also get butterflies thinking about a great meal and are easily swept off your feet by home cooking, then we’ve got the perfect Valentine’s Day for you!
While it’s hard to beat a classic dinner at a local favorite spot, these are our member restaurants offering something special for Valentine’s Day this year:
Thompson Station’s Harvest at Homestead will be offering a special Valentine’s Day menu Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. For $75 per person, guests can enjoy a four-course meal with a champagne toast, and a lineup that includes a starter of potato leek vichyssoise, followed by a palate cleanser of honeydew tarragon sorbet, and diners’ choice of sea bass, an 8 oz. oscar-style wagyu sirloin or a handmade beet ravioli with fresh lobster in a lobster bisque. Topping off the dinner is a rice pudding with griotte cherries, marcona almonds and micro greens.
To make a reservation, call the restaurant at 615-538-6113 or go online here.
Downtown Nashville restaurant and music venue Listening Room Café will be hosting a special dinner menu with wine pairing on Saturday, Feb. 13, to celebrate Valentine’s Day weekend. Guests can enjoy a true taste of Nashville with music by either Jason Connelly at 6 p.m. or Sharif Iman at 8:30 p.m., and a delicious three-course meal.
Make your reservation online here.
Mere Bulles in Brentwood is inviting sweethearts to join them Friday, Saturday or Sunday, Feb. 12-14, for a special four-course prix fixe tasting menu. For $72 per person, choose from Mere Bulles specialties like lamb tenderloin, filet Oscar and seared scallops, along with a wide selection of fine wines.
Make your reservation here or call 615.467.1945.
Midtown Café’s Valentine’s Day celebration begins Thursday, Feb. 12, and runs through Sunday night, Feb. 14. Guests can enjoy a separate Valentine’s menu in addition to their regular fare, with delicious specials including pan-seared foie gras over vanilla French toast; sautéed shrimp with scallions and tomato tossed in a garlic butter and white wine sauce over angel hair pasta; cod dipped in buttermilk and lightly rolled in flour with lemon and brown butter; and much more.
Gluten free dishes will also be available. Make your reservation here or by calling 615-320-7176.
Provence is encouraging you to order your sweetheart something special this year. Think: long-stemmed chocolate-covered strawberries, a marble chocolate cheesecake, Valentine’s cookie boxes and more. Sharing is encouraged.
To place an order, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 615-386-0363.
Puckett’s Boat House is inviting guests to enjoy the sultry, acoustic sounds of Jon Mullins as he mixes soulful vocals, powerful lyrics, hooky melodies and great rhythms. There are two seatings for the show. The first show will begin at 6 p.m. and end at 7:30 p.m., the second show will begin at 8 p.m. and end at 9:30 p.m. Tickets to the show are $10 per person and diners should call 615-790-2309 to reserve their seats.
The Boat House is also providing a special Valentine’s Day menu that includes delectable entrees such as Cajun carbonara, pork tenderloin with stuffed apples and Brie and seared halibut with cranberry, mint and jalapeño relish.
Puckett’s 5th & Church is serenading guests with piano melodies—guests will dine while listening to the sounds of James Slater, a two-time, Grammy-nominated, piano-playing, bilingual singer-songwriter of Bolivian American descent.
Puckett’s will also provide an exclusive menu with wine pairing suggestions for each option. Seating starts at 6:30pm and the show will start at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $50 per person and include the special Valentine’s meal.
Musical guest Buddy Jewell—an American country music singer-songwriter best known for his appearance on Nashville Star—will be the entertainment guests of Puckett’s 5th & Church for the evening.
In addition to the concert, Puckett’s will provide a special prix fixe menu with drink pairing suggestions for each option. The seating begins at 6 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30. The cost is $50 per person, and includes the special Valentine’s Day meal. Diners can select from an entree selection that includes cherry smoked meatloaf with fire roasted potatoes, Tarragon Fricassee, grilled pork medallions wrapped in bacon, and Tennessee grilled pasta salad. To book a reservation, call (615) 794-5527.
Rumours East has you lovebirds covered the whole weekend (Feb. 12, 13 and 14) with a four-course meal and your choice of wine or champagne, all included in a Valentine’s weekend low price package. The cost of each night is only $85 for singles, and $150 for couples.
Call 615.262.5346 to reserve your spot.
Saffire is celebrating Valentine’s Day this year with a special dinner menu including a selection of entrees of seared scallops with risotto, wood-fired filet mignon and fresh pasta pouch with wild mushroom ricotta, broccoli and fontina cognac sauce. Make your reservations here, or call 615.599.4995.
Looking for a Valentine’s Day experience like no other? Head over to Suzy Wong’s House of Yum Sunday morning for a Drag’n Brunch with two special performers! Brunch is from 10 a.m. till 3 p.m., and performances are from 10:30 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Call 615-329-2913 to make your reservation.
For $89 per person, enjoy a fabulous Valentine’s Day four-course dinner at 12South’s Urban Grub. Expect decadent dishes like braised beef cheeks, hickory-grilled salmon, roasted pork loin, caramelized pineapple sorbet and more.
Make your reservation by calling (615) 679-9342.
Gulch fine dining staple Watermark will be offering guests a special Valentine’s Brunch on Sunday, with favorites like Nashville hot chicken and waffles, lobster bisque, shrimp and grits and more. If you’re hoping to celebrate early this year, Watermark will also have special menus throughout the weekend. Make your reservations here or call 615-254-2000.