Over 50 eateries participating in Nashville’s Restaurant Week

Bon appétit, Nashville. The annual event returns on the heels of Dine Nashville: The Music City Way, a month full of chef collaborations.

A set table with a plate filled with country fried porkchop and a half lemon and a side of mashed potatoes out of focus.

Ellington’s country fried pork chop is one of three entree options. | Photo via @ellingtons.restaurant

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We’ve told you all about Dine Nashville’s chef collaborations this month, but there’s still more fun (and food) to be had. The annual foodie celebration’s Restaurant Week kicks off on Monday and runs through Sunday, March 3.

Over 50 participating restaurants will offer discounts and serve two- and three-course prix fixe lunch, brunch, and dinner menus ranging from $25 to $55. Reservations are encouraged, but not required.

Here’s where to go if you’re craving...


Blanco | Brunch, lunch, and dinner | $25-$40 | Our pick: Guacamole, grilled shrimp tacos, and Mexican chocolate tiramisu

Superica | Three-course dinner | $40 | Our pick: Chile con queso, crispy pork belly tacos al carbon, and bunuelos

Burgers and sandwiches

Germantown Pub | Special | $20 | Gerst Burger, cheese-loaded fries, and Yazoo Gerst beer

FatBelly Pretzel Bakery & Deli | Special | $14.50 | Peg Leg Porker and Bringle’s Smoking Oasis collab with pastrami and pulled pork

Jasper’s | Lunch and dinner | $25-$40 | Our pick: Caulipoppers and the Jasper Burger

A white plate filled with fried chicken, a square of cornbread, side of pickles, and small cup of Alabama white sauce.

Church and Union’s fried chicken entree comes with jalapeno cornbread, Alabama white sauce, and pickles. | Photo via Church and Union


Church and Union | Three-course dinner | $40 | Our pick: NOLA shrimp, fried chicken or the 60 South salmon, and pound cake

Jane’s Hideaway | Three-course dinner | $40 | Our pick: Everything bagel Caesar, crawfish pasta, and the skillet brownie

Ellington’s | Three-course dinner | $55 | Our pick: Citrus marinated olives, shrimp and grits, and corn cake sundae

Marsh House | Two-course brunch | $25 | Marsh House gumbo and fried oyster Benedict

Gluten-free + vegetarian options

Mimo Restaurant and Bar | Three-course dinner | $55 | Our pick: Celery root soup, roasted spring farm half chicken or squash risotto, and a seasonal sorbet

International Market | Three-course dinner | $40 | Our pick: Imperial rolls, char siu tofu ba mee, and mango rangoon


Pushing Daisies | Chupi’s Revenge | $16 | Reposado tequila, stewed apple cider, chai black tea, and ginger agave

The Fox Bar & Cocktail Club | Tennessee Tropics | $14 | George Dickel bourbon, Aperol, Urban Juicer acidified grapefruit, ginger, and Tennessee honey

Pro tip: Bookmark the website to stay up-to-date on any restaurants that join in on the fun closer to the start of the event.

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