306. Original Hooters Style Wings @ Hooters

Where getting in the spirit of the Big Game, which airs tomorrow, by going to Hooters located on Nashville’s 2nd Avenue. A sports bar based around giving you what you want. Delicious food, cold beer, and sports on the screen. Might be a mad man or woman if you don’t go with their delicious wings. Don’t get us wrong the rest of the menu is fantastic, but today we order the wings. Their Original Hooters Style Wings, that is. We always order them hot with some cool blue cheese. A great meal to be enjoyed during Big Game weekend.

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305. Barbacoa Tacos @ Alegria Mexican Restaurant

Let’s have some fun. Let’s make it an Alegria night. This lovely Green Hills restaurant has a high energy vibe with an flavorful menu. And one of our favorites places to get some tacos! They have a bunch of different choices including Grilled Chicken, Blackened Mahi Mahi, Fried Avocado, and a LOT more. We love the Barbacoa Tacos with tomatillo sauce, sweet pickled onions, cilantro, and house pickles. One of the best meals to finish off the week just right. Speaking of finishing off the week on the right note, they have some pretty amazing margaritas and drink specials to match! Go check it out!

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304. Fried Shrimp Po-Boy @ The Original Nooley’s

Brought to you from Baton Rouge to Music City is The Original Nooley’s inside the Nashville Farmers’ Market. Open Monday through Saturday, 10am-2pm, serving authentic cajun food. Everything from po-boys to gumbo. Their Shrimp Po-Boy offers a taste so authentic you could swear someone drove it from cajun country to their door and handed it to you. It’s that good. While our favorite is the Shrimp Po-Boy they have multiple choices include catfish, oyster, roast beef (in gravy), and a lot more served dressed with mayo, lettuce, and tomato on hot french bread. Check it out next time you get some from fresh produce from the Nashville Farmers’ Market.

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303. The Hatchery @ ACME Feed & Seed

The ACME Feed & Seed, located on Nashville’s Broadway, has something for everyone, including barbecue, fish, veggies, sushi, desserts, and drinks. If you feel a little confused about the menu – don’t! It all meshes very well together in a uniquely Nashville way under the four stories of the ACME building.

The Hatchery is a bowl full of flavor, having just the right amount of spice, with delicious coconut rice and fry bread to sooth the taste buds. It also has the right amount of food for dinner or lunch the next day. Be warned: you will want to lick your bowl, so try to control yourself.

ACME also offers a little live music from a singer/songwriter during the lunch hours, which is perfect for those still wanting to meet out for a business lunch, a family with kids, or those wishing to kick back and forget about work for a while. 

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302. Breakfast Burrito @ West End Cafe

Breakfast for lunch. Doesn’t that sound just so nice. It’s almost like having two mornings. A refresh to get your blood flowing and ready to tackle the rest of the day. That’s why we just had the OH! so tasty Breakfast Burrito from West End Cafe for lunch. This burrito is filled with cheese, chorizo, and potatoes wrapped beautifully and served with a side of verde sauce. Eat it for breakfast or eat it for lunch, makes no difference for this awesome meal. In case you didn’t know, West End Cafe is open 7am-2pm Monday through Friday, and 8am-3pm Saturday and Sundays. Happy eating!

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301. Croissant & Local Honey Latte @ Headquarters

A day like today is perfect for staying inside with a nice warm cup of coffee. Head Quarters in Sylvan Park is just the stop, to escape winter’s grasp, and warm up with their Local Honey Latte. The honey, from Johnson’s Honey Farm, is really what makes the drink. Sweet local honey to give it an extra flavor that we love so much and completely forget about the winter blues! To pair with our warm drink is one of their flaky croissants. The thing practically falls apart as you eat. It’s that flaky. Just the way we like it.

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300. Last Day @ Nashville Originals Restaurant Week

Last day of Nashville Originals Restaurant Week! Better make it count. So many choices and so little time. However, just for you were are about to give you some highlights that should offer an excellent experience and the perfect way to celebrate the last day.

First, let’s talk about a well known thing called Puckett’s Groc. & Restaurant. Might have heard of it? Yeah, they are offering a 3 course meal for just $20.15. You will receive a house salad, your choice between four entrees (Pulled Pork Poutine, Peach Glazed Mahi, Chicken Cordon Que, or Argentina Hanger Steak), and a homemade cobbler. To see all the awesome details just follow this: Puckett’s Groc. Menu (5th and Church). Just so you know, their Franklin location is also serving a separate special which you can see here: Puckett’s Groc. Menu (Franklin).

Second, one can’t forget about The Row Kitchen and Pub, located in West End, is serving a choice of entrees with an appetizer OR dessert for the low price of $20.15 per person. They have everything to choose from including our favorite Fried Pickles or their delicious Row Burger with pimento cheese, fried green tomatoes, row sauce, and chow chow. It’s a great deal and SUCH a great price. For more information just check out: The Row Menu.

Last, but not least is Holland House in East Nashville. A visit to Holland House is an experience one can’t forget. They are offering and two course meal for $20.15 OR you can choose three for $30.15. A highlight is their adobo rubbed slow cooked pork brisket, sautéed spinach & garbanzo, smashed parsnips. Sounds delicious, does it not?! To see the rest of the offerings take a look at: Holland House Menu.

No worries if none of these restaurants meet your fancy. There are still plenty of options to enjoy on the last day of Nashville Originals Restaurant Week. All one needs to do is see: Nashville Originals Restaurant Week and choose one! Have fun out there!

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