This Sunday head to LP Field to see 50 of Nashville’s finest restaurants and more than 1,500 patrons compete in the 21st Annual Our Kids Soup Sunday February 23. Restaurants like Urban Grub, Fleet Street Pub, Sunset Grill, Sperry’s, and more will enter their soups in hopes to be considered the best of the best in Nashville. The event will also include plenty of entertainment for the kids, such as magicians, balloon artists, and face painters. If that doesn’t get you excited, there will be celebrities who will judge the soup including Eric Close (Teddy Conrad), Charles Esten (Deacon Clyabourne) from the ABC hit show Nashville, Musician Joe Don Rooney of Rascal Flatts, Vanderbilt Head Coach Derek Mason, and Lighting 100’s Lt. Dan. The event will benefit Our Kids, which provides expert medical evaluations and crisis counseling for children and families affected by child sexual abuse. Tickets start at $40 per family and $20 per adult when purchased in advance. Tickets may be purchased online or at the door the day of the event for $45 per family, $25 per adult, and $8 per child or student. Go taste Nashville’s best soup, vote for your favorite, and raise some money for a good cause!
You looking for a party? Then walk down 2nd Avenue and head up to B.B. Kings Club & Restaurant. There is always a party in this spot. Live music 7 days a week, and all the way to 2am on the weekends. Happy Hour is from 11am-6pm daily, featuring 2 for 1 drinks. You have to try some of their amazing signature dishes such as their made from scratch seafood gumbo, famous fried pickles, smoked barbeque ribs, and their AMAZING chicken fried chicken served on a bed of their white cheddar mac n cheese. They are currently running a lunch special. From now until December 31, follow the link below to receive a free half order of fried dill pickles when you purchase any item of over $6.79. Enjoy!
We have some exciting news everyone! Twice a year Nashville Originals member restaurants create special menu items and deals for a weeklong event they call Nashville Restaurant Week. The next event just so happens to be January 20-26! That’s right, all week you have a chance to try some of the best restaurants in town at a discounted price. Participating restaurants’ prix fixe menus are typically set at $20.14, $30.14, and $2.14. Many Originals members are offering three-course lunches or dinners featuring an appetizer or salad, entrée and dessert for $20.14. At other locations, three-course dinners are $30.14. Some offer a menu for two at established prices. You are guaranteed to get a great deal at any participating restaurant, but you better be quick. Reservations are hard to find during this week in Music City. If you need some assistance, Open Table is here to help: http://www.opentable.com/promo.aspx?m=30&pid=639
Below is a list of participating restaurants:
Elliston Place Soda Shop
Midtown Café (lunch)
Midtown Café (dinner)
Provence Breads & Café
Puckett’s Boat House
Puckett’s Gro. (Franklin)
Puckett’s Gro. (Nashville)
Rumours Wine Bar
Table 3 (lunch)
Table 3 (dinner)
One of Nashville’s newest shopping areas is the Hill Center located off Hillsboro Road. It’s set up in an outdoor mall style with a variety of stores, shops, restaurants and office space. There are national chains such as Anthropologie, West Elm and the grocer Whole Foods Market. There are also shops unique to Nashville such as Two Elle, H. Audrey and Popo Cool Kid Stuff. Restaurants include Pei Wei, Zoe’s Kitchen, Five Guys Famous Burgers and more. To take a look at the full directory, go here.
http://www.hillcentergreenhills.com : Hill Center : 4017 Hillsboro Pike : Nashville, TN 37215
You gotta love some hot chicken. And Nashville has a lot of it. Head on over to the East Park for the Music City Hot Chicken Festival today. Being held from noon to 5pm, make sure you head over early to sample the best hot chicken in the city. There will also be an amateur cooking contest, a Yazoo beer garden, inflatable jumps for the kids and music. Admission is free.
http://www.visitmusiccity.com/visitors/musiccityhotchickenfestival : Music City Hot Chicken Festival : East Park : 700 Woodland Street : Nashville, TN 37206
Over 50 local restaurants have offered to donate 50% of their proceeds today (May 17th) to the Tennessee Emergency Response Fund of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. Most restaurants are donating the proceeds from dinner but some are doing lunch and/or dinner. Please check with the restaurant of choice for confirmation.
The list of participating restaurants is pretty amazing. So grab some friends and help out your neighbors by dining out.
http://www.facebook.com/eatoutfornashville : http://is.gd/cdgJ7