Restaurant week

It's no secret Nashville is a food lover's paradise. With new restaurants popping up as frequently as new high-rise buildings, it can be hard - and expensive - to keep up with the changing culinary landscape.

Fortunately, there's Restaurant Week, a dining tradition that celebrates Nashville's independent restaurants. The event kicks off January 21 and runs through January 27.

Nashville Originals, the city’s independent restaurant association, sponsors Restaurant Week.

As president of Nashville Originals and co-owner of Cabana, Craig Clifft has been on the front lines of the city's restaurant boom. In a news release, Clifft said more than 100 restaurants opened in Nashville in 2018.

"Our organization and this week-long event aim to recognize and promote support for the independently owned and operated restaurants, whether that’s a beloved stalwart or an up-and-coming Nashville favorite,” Clifft said.

Where can I dine in Green Hills?

During Restaurant Week, many establishments will offer multiple-course menus at special prices. In Green Hills, Noshville and Table 3 are among the restaurants participating. 

Noshville is offering a 'dinner for 2 for $20.19' special. Each person will receive a half-sandwich, a small soup and a fountain drink.

Table 3 is offering a two-course lunch menu for $20.19 and a three-course dinner menu for $34.19.

Restaurant Week also features three restaurants in Williamson County: Puckett's Grocery & Restaurant and Puckett's Boat House in Franklin and Homestead Manor in Thompson's Station.

Click here to see all the restaurants participating and their menus.


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