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Nashville Restaurant Week, January 17-23, 2011

Beat the chill with heart-warming food
Restaurant Week offers great deals on great meals

From hearty breakfasts to elegant dinners, many of Nashville’s favorite eateries will offer special prices and menus during Restaurant Week, Monday, January 17 through Sunday, January 23.

The event is sponsored by Nashville Originals, a nonprofit association of 45 locally owned independent restaurants in the Nashville area, as a way to spotlight Nashville’s unique local dining establishments.

“We think this is a terrific opportunity for Nashville diners to try new restaurants and revisit familiar favorites while enjoying tremendous prices,” said Rick Bolsom, Nashville Originals board president. “Many of our members are creating special new menus for Restaurant Week, and this is a great chance to try something new.”

Many participating restaurants are offering three-course dinners featuring an appetizer or salad, an entrée and a dessert for $20.11. At other member restaurants, three-course dinners for $30.11 are on the menu. Joining this month’s Restaurant Week are new members Rumours East, Puckett’s Nashville, Blind Pig 55 and Fish & Co.

A few examples of Restaurant Week specials: Jackson’s is offering a small plate, main and dessert for $20.11; DrinkHaus is serving a different specialty coffee drink each day for $2.11. Noshville’s three locations are featuring two “We Dare Ya” Breakfasts with eggs, sausage, bacon, griddle cakes, potato cakes or oatmeal and a beverage for $20.11 or lunch for two for $20.11. Lamb Shank with Pappardelle, Pork T-Bone with   Crushed Yukon Gold Potato and Pan Sauce and Shrimp & Grits highlight Red Pony’s three-course ($30.11) Restaurant Week menu.

Find details of individual restaurants’ menus, pricing and hours at Nashville Originals’ website, www.nashvilleoriginals.com.

Participating restaurants include 55 South, Acorn, Allium, Blind Pig No. 55, Bound’ry, Cabana, Caffe Nonna, Cha Chah, Crow’s Nest, DrinkHaus, Fido, Fish & Co., Flyte, F. Scott’s, Germantown Café, Goten, Jimmy Kelly’s Steakhouse, MafiaOza’s, Mambu, Midtown Café, Nero’s Grill, Noshville Midtown, Green Hills and Cool Springs, The Pineapple Room at Cheekwood, PM, Provence Hillsboro Village and Downtown, Puckett’s Franklin and Nashville, Red Pony, Rumours East, SOL, Sunset Grill, Suzy Wong’s House of Yum, Tayst, Tin Angel, Watermark, Wild Iris and The Yellow Porch.

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