NASHVILLE ORIGINALS PREPS FOR RESTAURANT WEEK FESTIVITIES JAN. 21-27
Beloved Annual Event Highlights Independently Owned Restaurants With Special Menus And Deals
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Nashville Restaurant Week is quickly approaching, and from Jan. 21-27, Nashvillians and visitors are invited to support our independent restaurant community and celebrate its wide array of culinary talents.
As the city’s independent restaurant association, Nashville Originals is comprised of approximately 60 member restaurants committed to sustaining Music City’s diverse dining culture. Nashville Restaurant Week is one of the city’s favorite wintertime traditions, as the special occasion allows participants to explore all elements of Nashville’s renowned food scene, including the upscale member restaurants that are offering competitive pricing exclusively during this event.
“Nashville Restaurant Week is significant, because it promotes homegrown restaurants that make our city unique and encourages diners to eat locally,” said Craig Clifft, president of Nashville Originals and co-owner of Cabana. “Nashville’s food scene has experienced rapid expansion in recent years, with more than 100 restaurants opening in 2018 alone. Our organization and this week-long event aim to recognize and promote support for the indepently owned and operated restaurants, whether that’s a beloved stalwart or an up-and-coming Nashville favorite.”
Suzy Wong’s House of Yum, located on Church Street in Downtown Nashville, will feature a three-course menu for $20.19. Diners will be able to select between appetizer options of vegetable spring rolls, wasabi deviled eggs or chicken satay. Entrée options include black pepper chicken, kung pao shrimp, teriyaki vegetable stir fry with tofu and Mongolian beef. The choice of Chinese donuts or chocolate peanut butter spring rolls round out the meal.
Flyte World Dining & Wine on Division Street will also offer a three-course menu for $35.19. The first course consists of walnut pesto and roast cauliflower soup; a petite wedge salad with Gifford’s bacon, Cruze buttermilk dressing, tomato and blue cheese; or beef and pork meatballs. For the main course, Restaurant Week diners can choose from grilled salmon with jasmine rice, haricot verts and sesame peanut sauce; chicken paillard with cornbread pudding, Brussels sprouts and cranberry gastrique; or braised beef short rib with potato puree, glazed carrots and jus. As the cherry on top, dessert options include a lemon tart, chocolate cake and white chocolate panna cotta.
Downtown Franklin’s Main Street Southern seafood eatery, Puckett’s Boat House, will offer a four-course menu with three varying prices, depending on the diner’s choice of entree. The main course consists of peppercorn sirloin with au poivre sauce, mashed potatoes and charred vegetables; blackened redfish with chili butter, street corn couscous and charred vegetables; or cajun shrimp Alfredo served with toast points, priced at $34, $29 and $24, respectively. Each meal also includes a soup or salad, the Boat House’s famous Nashville hot fried oysters, and carrot cake or Hattie Jane’s ice cream, along with wine pairings available à la carte.
Nashville Originals has partnered with Lyft to provide free and discounted safe rides for Nashville Restaurant Week. New users can get two free rides (up to $5 each) with code RW19. If you already have Lyft, save 15% off a round-trip ride to any restaurant location with code NASHRW2019.
For more information about Nashville Restaurant Week, including participating eateries and the latest update 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.