‘Tis The Season For Feasting: An Originals Holiday

‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through Nashville,
No cars were bustling, but what was the deal?
Instead of slaving over Christmas Day feasts
Families relaxed, awaiting their treats.
Whether heading to pubs or heating up pans,
The Nashville Originals eased all of their plans.

Copper Kettle // At Copper Kettle, they believe in doing things the old-fashioned way: home-cooked culinary delights from around the world and right here at home in Nashville. For the holidays, Copper Kettle is making it easy for families to indulge in their homemade favorites, brown sugar glazed ham or a roasted turkey accompanied with a long list of sides and desserts, without all of the hassle of cooking and the mess it brings.

The deadline to place your Christmas order is Friday, December 18th and pick-up is on Wednesday, December 23rd. Not to worry though, each dish is served in a pan that you can refrigerate and easily heat up when your family is ready to feast. Place your order here.

Crow’s Nest // Need a place to meet up with your old friends in town for the holidays after the presents have been unwrapped and the table’s been cleared? Take your reunion to Crow’s Nest! The popular sports bar and restaurant in Green Hills will be open Christmas Day beginning at 6 p.m., serving a limited menu.

Fleet Street fish and chipsFleet Street Pub // Located in the famous Printer’s Alley in the heart of downtown Nashville, Fleet Street Pub offers hungry roamers an authentic English experience. In addition to a wide selection of imported English beers, the dishes coming out of the kitchen from lunch to late night are about as British as their names (think: Queensway cock-a-leekie soup, the Baker Street burger, the Picadilly fish and chips or the Whitechapel Welsh rarebit).

Fleet Street Pub has also never closed on a holiday since its opening…because where else can a Brit get its post-holiday feast pint?? The pub will be open normal hours Christmas Eve and Christmas day serving the traditional menu. For hours, menu details and more, visit here.

McCabe Pub // McCabe Pub has had a spot on many Nashville families holiday tables for 34 years. The Sylvan Park staple’s annual holiday to-go menu features tea punch—a real Nashville original—soups and casseroles, not to mention a mile-long dessert list!

“My mom, my sister Elia and I are in the back making these desserts. This time of year, everyone in the family gives a hand,” says McCabe Owner and Manager Katie Dean on the array of cakes, pies and crunches they’ve dished out for decades. Make sure you get your order in by Tuesday, Dec. 22 at 10 p.m., and visit here for the full menu.

Buche-de-Noel2-620x320Provence Breads & Café // No holiday meal is complete without the perfect spread of bread and desserts and that’s where Provence Breads & Café wants to help out. The artisan Bakery & Café specializes in bringing the best gourmet breads, desserts and packaged gift items to Music City and you can now bring them to your holiday table!

Any size order can be accommodated. To place an order, just call at 615-386-0363 or email julie@provencebreads.com. For the complete holiday menu, visit here.

Puckett’s Boat House // Puckett’s Boat House in downtown Franklin will be offering the same coastal-inspired holiday to-go menu as the riverside restaurant offered for Thanksgiving. Make sure you get your orders in by December 22nd. You can pick up your orders all day on December 23rd, and between 8 and 10 a.m. on Christmas Eve.

The Boat House will also be open serving their regular menu on Christmas Eve until 4 p.m., but closed on Christmas day. The restaurant will be back open normal hours December 26th. Visit here for more information.

Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant (5th & Church) // Puckett’s in downtown Nashville will be taking holiday orders anytime with pick ups scheduled for the 23rd and 24th. Christmas Eve will be from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m., and closed on Christmas Day.

But lucky for those of you tired of leftovers (or your relatives), they’ll be back open on the 26th at 7 a.m. sharp! Visit here for the full menu and order forms.

Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant (Franklin) // The folks at Puckett’s Franklin will be taking holiday orders through Saturday, December 19th—expect the same great entrees ‘n’ sides as what was offered this year on the Thanksgiving menu. You can pick up your holiday to-go orders Sunday through Saturday between the time frames 7-9 a.m. and 4-7 p.m. until December 23, and from 8-10 a.m. on Christmas Eve.

The downtown Franklin shop will be open on Christmas Eve from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m., but will be closed Christmas Day to allow the staff to enjoy the holiday with family and friends. Then it’s back to business as usual December 26 with normal hours (7 a.m. to 10 p.m.). Visit here for the full menu and order forms.

Saffire Restaurant & Bar // Located in the Factory at Franklin, Saffire is serving up a more worldly tradition this holiday with an authentic Feast of the Seven Fishes on December 17 at 6:30 p.m.

Typically served on Christmas Eve, the traditional meal originates from Southern Italy when Roman Catholic families would celebrate the wait for the birth of the baby Jesus at midnight. See the extensive menu and reserve your spot today here.

Sole Mio // As one of Music City’s most established Italian restaurants located in the heart of downtown Nashville, Sole Mio has put away their regular menu for the season and is offering a special holiday menu throughout the month of December. Make your reservation for a unique holiday meal, Italian style, and visit here for more information.

Suzy Wong’s House of Yum // Suzy Wong’s House of Yum, one of Nashville’s most eccentric Asian-fusion restaurants, annually invites Nashvillians for an “A Christmas Story”-style holiday dinner this December 25th.

The downtown Nashville restaurant will be open normal hours and serving their regular menu full of Asian favorites like sushi, rolls and noodles (all with of course a unique Arnold Myint twist). For menu details and to make your reservation, visit here.

Did we leave you off the list? Let us know by sending an email to pr@nashvilleoriginals.com.

Happy holidays, from the Nashville Originals!