NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Support Nashville’s independent restaurant community when Nashville Restaurant Week returns Jan. 15-21 at 65 Nashville Originals restaurants around town.
Nashville Originals member restaurants will offer special menus, new dishes and deals throughout the week. Diners will be given a wide array of cuisines, dining options and special pricing. New members participating in January will include Sopapilla’s, a local favorite serving New Mexican fare, and Deacon’s New South, a modern steakhouse concept from A. Marshall Family Foods.
Diners will have the opportunity not only to try an array of food genres at all price points, but also to support homegrown restaurants and get behind the #EatLikeALocal movement throughout Nashville Restaurant Week.
Resolution Wrecker, a Nashville Originals dessert event, will serve as a kick off to Nashville Restaurant Week on Sunday, Jan. 14 at The Listening Room Cafe. Guests will enjoy dessert bites from some of their favorite Nashville Originals member restaurants, as well as cocktails and beverage tastings.
Nashville Originals was formed around a commitment to sustaining local restaurants as a staple of Music City’s diverse dining culture. As Nashville’s food scene has experienced rapid expansion in recent years, the organization aims to support locally owned and operated restaurants and recognize them for the role they played in propelling our community into a nationally recognized culinary hub.
For more information, visit www.nashvilleoriginals.com.
About Nashville Originals
Established in 2006 as the city’s non-profit independent restaurant association, the Nashville
Originals are locally owned and loved culinary institutions dedicated to increasing the visibility and viability of local restaurants. Together, the Originals support each other as fixtures of the growing culinary community that continues to enjoy national acclaim.