I don't know about you but the majority of my disposable income is spent on food, whether that is dining out or grocery shopping. So when I heard about Nashville Originals Restaurant Week, kicking off August 19 and running through August 25, I was quite excited.
Whether you have always wanted to try one of the more than 30 participating restaurants or looking for a rather inexpensive date, there are plenty of options for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Check out some of the highlights from area restaurants below:
417 Union (lunch): Menu includes choice of southern classics Fried Chicken, Meatloaf, or Pork Chop (with two sides and a biscuit), fountain drink and choice of dessert. Best part dining for two will only cost $20.13.
Holland House (dinner): Three course menu includes choice of Northern Bean and Corn Chowder or Spinach salad, choice of Center Cut Pork Chop, Pan-Seared Wild Caught King Salmon or Mushroom Risotto and choice of their delectable dessert. Three course menu costs $30.13 per person.
Tin Angel (dinner): Three course menu includes three different menus to choose from: Italian, All-American and Spanish. Each menu is priced at $20.13 per person.
Table 3 (lunch and dinner): Table 3 offers two two course menus. Their lunch menu, priced at $14.13 per person, includes choice Table 3 Mixed Greens, Crispy Duck Confit or Vicchyssoise (chilled potato leek soup) for starter and for main course diners can choose between Mussels steamed in white wine, Table 3 Burger or Coq Au Vin. Dinner menu is priced at $23.13 and be seen at the above link.
Other restaurants include Arnold Myint staples Suzy Wong's House of Yum and PM, 55 South in Franklin and F. Scott's.
Check out the entire list of participating restaurants here and tell us below where you plan on dining.