Restaurant Week to return to Nashville

Restaurant Week to return to Nashville (Image 1)
Restaurant Week to return to Nashville (Image 1)

Dozens of Nashville restaurants are participating in the seventh semi-annual Restaurant Week event that kicks off on Monday, January 16.

The event, which is sponsored by the non-profit organization Nashville Originals, serves as a way to spotlight some of Music City's unique local dining establishments.

“We're kicking off a new year with a Restaurant Week that's bigger and better than ever. It's a terrific opportunity for diners to try new restaurants and revisit their favorites while enjoying attractive prices,” Nashville Originals Board President Rick Bolsom said in a release.

Many participating restaurants, including Rumba and Cabana, will offer three course meals, featuring an appetizer or salad, an entrée and dessert for $20.20.

Other participants, such as Holland House Bar and Refuge and Red Pony, will offer three course dinners for $30.12.

Restaurant Week continues through Sunday, January 22.

For a complete list of restaurants, visit

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