Restaurant Week to return to Nashville - WKRN News 2

Restaurant Week to return to Nashville


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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