Nashville Restaurant Week

Twice each year, Nashville Originals member restaurants offer special menu items and deals that you won’t want to miss! The next event is set for Monday, January 18, through Sunday, January 24, 2016.  Click the restaurant below to view each unique #NashvilleRestaurantWeek menu (eateries listed in alphabetical order).

55 South   •   Americano (Lunch)   •  Americano (Dinner)   •   Cabana   •   Caffé Nonna (Lunch and Dinner)   •  Capitol Grille  •   Chago’s Cantina   •   Copper Kettle   •   Cork & Cow   •   Cross Corner Bar & Grill   •   Crow’s Nest   •   Elliston Place Soda Shop   •   Embers Ski Lodge   •   Fenwick’s 300  •   Fido   •   Finezza Italian Bistro   •   Flyte World Dining and Wine   •   Germantown Cafe   •   GRAY’S on Main   •   Harvest at Homestead  •   Holland House   •   Jackson’s   •   Jimmy Kelly’s Steakhouse   •   McCabe Pub   •   Mere Bulles   •   Midtown Cafe (Lunch)   •   Midtown Cafe (Dinner)   •   Nonna’s Pizzeria and Wine Bar   •   Noshville Delicatessen   •   Peg Leg Porker   •   The Pineapple Room at Cheekwood   •   Pizza Perfect   •   PM   •   Provence Breads & Cafe   •   Puckett’s Boat House   •   Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant (5th & Church)   •   Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant (Franklin)   •    Red Pony   •   The Row   •   Saffire   •   Salsa   •   Smokin Thighs  •   Sole Mio   •   South Street   •   Suzy Wong’s House of Yum   •   Table 3 (Lunch and Dinner)   •   Tin Angel   •   Urban Grub   •   Valentino’s Ristorante   •   Watermark Restaurant   •   Wild Iris   •   The Yellow Porch

Some restaurants are still developing their specials. More menus coming soon.

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Participating restaurants are members of the Nashville Originals, the city’s not-for-profit independent restaurant association, ranging from casual eateries to acclaimed fine dining establishments. Established in 2006, the Nashville Originals are local restaurateurs dedicated to sustaining the independent restaurant as a fixture of Nashville’s culture and community. Together, the Originals support local initiatives and charities, as well as the growing culinary community that continues to enjoy national acclaim.