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Celebrate the Fourth of July with these local food deals

Enjoy a delicious Independence Day in Nashville with discounted bites and specialty items offered across town.

A platter covered by white and black checkered paper with a bagel-wrapped hot dog and a small cup of mustard.

A bagel-wrapped hot dog coming right up. | Photo via Bagelshop

Cue the fireworks… and the food. Many Nashville restaurants are offering discounts or specialty items for the Fourth of July. Let’s dig in:

Bagelshop, 2708 Old Lebanon Rd. | Thursday, July 4-Friday, July 5 | If the holiday also makes you want a hot dog real bad, the Donelson bagel shop is cooking up bagel dogs.

Rodney Scott’s Whole Hog BBQ, 200 Broadway | Thursday, July 4 | Red, White & Q tickets ($250+) include an all-you-can-eat buffet, open bar (6-9 p.m.), fireworks viewing, and a post-fireworks concert with Hannah Dasher and special guests.

Von Elrod’s Beer Hall & Kitchen, 1004 4th Ave. N. | Thursday, July 4 | Receive a free hot dog when you purchase a large stein craft beer. Add on a side of baseball by scoring a ticket to Thursday’s Nashville Sounds game.

M.L.Rose Craft Beer & Burgers, Locations vary | Thursday, July 4 | Enjoy one free slider with each craft beer purchase.

An up close image of a slider burger with cheese, pickles, and onions.

Slide into any M.L.Rose location on the holiday — the sliders will be waiting for you. | Photo via M.L.Rose Craft Beer & Burgers

L.A. Jackson, 401 11th Ave. S. | Thursday, July 4 | Take in rooftop views with a hot dog in hand — this one is served on a toasted brioche bun and topped with garlic aioli, bacon, lime crema, pico de gallo, queso fresco, and house-pickled serrano peppers.

Mimo Restaurant and Bar, Four Seasons Hotel Nashville, 100 Demonbreun St. | Thursday, July 4 | Mimo’s three-course prix fixe menu ($150 per person) begins with Italian snacks and rosemary focaccia for the table, followed by a starter, entree, and dessert. Plus, the hotel’s Rivière Rooftop is getting in on the festivities.

Waldo’s Chicken and Beer, Locations vary | Thursday, July 4-Sunday, July 7 | Waldo’s is getting a jump start on National Fried Chicken Day (July 6) with chicken, two sides, a biscuit, and a drink for $10.

Succulent Vegan Tacos, 900 Rosa L. Parks Blvd. | Thursday, July 4-Friday, July 5 | The plant-based taqueria is serving up three street tacos of your choice + chips and salsa for $10.

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