Diners can look forward to a week of delicious menus and great deals as Nashville Restaurant Week starts next Monday, Jan. 20 and continues through Sunday, Jan. 26.
Put on by Nashville Originals, the city’s association of independent restaurants, Nashville Restaurant week is a beloved winter tradition that places the spotlight on local, independent restaurants and encourages participants to branch out and explore Nashville’s culinary scene.
Nashville Originals’ member restaurants are located in both Davidson and Williamson Counties and range from fine dining establishments to burger joints, quaint cafes to delicatessens and more.
Germantown Cafe, a Nashville staple, will feature a two-course menu for $20.20. Diners will be able to select an entree and either a salad to start the meal or dessert to conclude it. Entree options include a New York strip with grilled corn, asparagus, tomato salad, roasted red potatoes, onion and a blackberry balsamic reduction; pan-seared swordfish with succotash, roasted fingerling potatoes, and pomegranate country ham jus; Pasta Milano with fettuccine, basil garlic butter, cherry tomato, spinach, crushed almonds and feta, in addition to several other dishes.missing or outdated ad config
Wedgewood-Houston’s Smokin’ Thighs is offering guests the perfect opportunity for date night or a business lunch with two dinners and two desserts for a total of $20.20. Applewood smoked chicken tacos are accompanied by a choice of two sides, and decadent dessert options include Jack Daniel’s-infused chocolate cake and bananas foster cake.
The Yellow Porch, located in Berry Hill, will have two tiers of entree options, $29.20 and $39.20. Entrees are accompanied by either an appetizer or dessert, which include options like the restaurant’s signature celery bleu cheese soup, lamb meatballs, sharp cheddar fritters, carrot cake, strawberry cheesecake and more. Sweet tea-brined pork chops, herb-crusted salmon, paella and herb-marinated skillet chicken round out entrees in the lower price point. Filet mignon and a daily fresh catch, along with Dijon and herb-crusted rack of lamb, are included in the higher price point.
For more information about Nashville Restaurant Week, including participating eateries and the latest updates on special menu details, visit www.nashvilleoriginals.com. Look for Nashville Restaurant Week photos, updates and more at www.facebook.com/NashvilleOriginals
About Nashville Originals
Established in 2006 as the city’s non-profit independent restaurant association, the Nashville Originals are locally owned and loved culinary institutions dedicated to increasing the visibility and viability of local restaurants. Together, the Originals support each other as fixtures of the growing culinary community that continues to enjoy national acclaim.