Get a taste of Restaurant Week in Nashville, TN

Steam Boys

Steam Boys is offering a $20 lunch special. | Photo by @sliceofnashville

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Clear eyes, (about to be) full stomachs, can’t lose: that’s our mantra heading into Restaurant Week, which takes place Mon., Feb. 21-Sun., Feb. 27.

How to participate

This week-long dining experience allows you to savor the flavor of exclusive menus from tried + true classics and spicy new restaurants across Music City. All prices are fixed at $20, $35, and $50. You can visit the website to view menus + make reservations.

Bonus features

Jack Daniel’s will also partner with Dine Nashville + Assembly Food Hall for specialty cocktails at Food Hall bars Feb. 21-25. There will be a tasting experience from 6-8 p.m. at the Single Barrel bar featuring giveaways and live entertainment on Thursday and Friday.

🍽️ 3-4 course prix fixe

This dining option lets guests experience multicourse meals at participating restaurants for one fixed price — most restaurants offer choices between courses.

At Church & Union, diners can try confit Spanish octopus, an eight-ounce filet mignon, and the chocolate peanut butter tart for $35.

Other participating restaurants in this category include Gray & Dudley, Loveless Cafe, and Steam Boys.

Sadie's Whipped Feta

Pictured: Sadie’s whipped feta. | Photo by @restaurant_trotter

🍽️ Dinner specials

Specials for the week include Nicky’s Coal Fired spicy gulf shrimp spaghetti, Sadie’s Slovaki chicken kebabs paired with whipped feta + Mimi’s pistachio baklava, and roasted chicken with salsa verde from Adele’s.

🍽️ Lunch specials

For your lunch hour, Denim is offering a $20 two-course lunch with your choice of starter (the whipped ricotta is calling our name) + a double smash burger, spicy steak chili, gravlax tartine, or cauliflower. Bonus: The lunch menu also includes “for the table” choices and sweet treats at additional costs.

Other participating restaurants with lunch specials include Coco’s Italian, Jane’s Hideaway, and The Gumbo Bros.

What are you trying first? See the full list of restaurants here.

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