“Our fall Restaurant Week is a great way to say goodbye to summer and kick off a new season,” Chris Lowry, the owner of Germantown Café and current Nashville Originals board president, said in a release. “And it’s a wonderful opportunity for Nashvillians to try new restaurants or return to their old favorites for great meals at an attractive price.”
Since the Originals are affiliated but firmly independent restaurants, deals vary. Here's how the release describes it:
Many participating restaurants are offering three-course dinners featuring an appetizer or salad, entrée and dessert for $20.12. At other member restaurants, three-course dinners for $30.12 are on the menu.
A few examples: Germantown Café is offering a three-course dinner for $20.12, while diners at Chago’s Cantina can enjoy dinner for two, with queso appetizer and entrees for $20.12. Bound’ry patrons can choose a salad or dessert with their entrée for $30.12. A cup of soup and a slice of bread are on the menu at Provence for $2.12. Tin Angel will offer vegetarian, pescatarian and carnivore menus for $20.12, $30.12 and $40.12 respectively. Breakfast specials will be available at Table 3 and Noshville.
Restaurants taking part include: Bound’ry, Burger Up, Cabana, Caffe Nonna, Cha Chah, Chago’s Cantina, Copper Kettle, Cross Corner, Crow’s Nest, Fido, Fish & Co., Flyte, F. Scott’s, Germantown Café, Holland House, Jackson’s, Jimmy Kelly’s, MafiaOza’s, Mambu, McCabe Pub, Midtown Café, Nero’s Grill, Noshville Midtown, Green Hills and Cool Springs, The Pineapple Room at Cheekwood, PM, Provence Hillsboro Village and Downtown, Puckett’s Nashville and Franklin, Red Pony, Rumours East, Sunset Grill, Suzy Wong’s House of Yum, Table 3, tayst, Tin Angel, Watermark, Wild Iris and The Yellow Porch.
For details, visit nashvilleoriginals.com.