Nashville Originals' Restaurant Week highlights eateries in Nashville, Franklin on Jan. 20-26

Noshville Delicatessen
Noshville Delicatessen, located in Green Hills at 4014 Hillsboro Circle, Nashville, is participating in Nashville Restaurant Week. (Dylan Skye Aycock/Community Impact Newspaper)

Noshville Delicatessen, located in Green Hills at 4014 Hillsboro Circle, Nashville, is participating in Nashville Restaurant Week. (Dylan Skye Aycock/Community Impact Newspaper)

Each year, Nashville Restaurant Week encourages residents to dine local by offering food and drink specials throughout the Nashville area. From burgers and tacos to steak and seafood, diners can take advantage of two- and three-course meals from Jan. 20-26.

Hosted by Nashville Originals, the city's association of independent restaurants, Nashville Restaurant Week features more than 10 eateries in Brentwood, Franklin and Nashville. See all of the participating restaurants as well as menu specials in the list below.

Bavarian Bierhaus

121 Opry Mills Drive, Nashville

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Brick’s Cafe

330 Franklin Road, Ste. 913, Brentwood

2020 Fieldstone Parkway, Franklin

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Chago’s Cantina

2015 Belmont Blvd., Nashville

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Deacon’s New South

401 Church St., Nashville

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Fenwick’s 300

2600 Eighth Ave. S., Ste. 103, Nashville

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Germantown Cafe

1200 Fifth Ave. N., Nashville

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McCabe Pub

4410 Murphy Road, Nashville,

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Midtown Cafe

102 19th Ave. S., Nashville

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Noshville Delicatessen

4014 Hillsboro Circle, Nashville

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Puckett’s

500 Church St., Nashville

120 Fourth Ave. S., Franklin

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Scout’s Pub

158 Front St., Ste. 120, Franklin

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Smokin Thighs

611 Wedgewood Ave., Nashville

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The Yellow Porch

734 Thompson Lane, Nashville

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