‘Tis the season of holiday spirit and we’re quickly approaching the shiniest, sparkliest of them all! We’ve made such fun plans at each of our restaurants for New Year’s Eve that you just might have trouble choosing which party to attend (a good problem to have, right?!) Better decide quickly, though — reservations are going fast!
Here’s the official lineup of how Puckett’s, Puckett’s Boat House, Scout’s Pub and Homestead Manor will be ringin’ in 2018!
Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant (downtown Nashville)
The downtown Nashville Puckett’s is keepin’ it classic and serving its regular menu of Southern favorites on New Year’s Eve. Jon Mullins, who is no stranger to the Puckett’s stage, will perform at both 8 p.m. and 10:30 p.m, and reservations are being accepted by phone at 615-770-2772 for seatings both times.
Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant (downtown Franklin)
Puckett’s Franklin will offer a limited menu on New Year’s Eve, with seatings and a show by local band Raven Cliff at both 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. for $60 per person and $75 per person, respectively. Entrée options on the limited menu include a marinated ribeye, airline chicken breast, or roasted vegetable lasagna, each accompanied by a Champagne toast at midnight for those who are attending the 9 p.m. dinner and show. Reservations for both seatings are being accepted by phone at 615-794-5527.
Puckett’s Boat House (downtown Franklin)
Boat House partygoers will enjoy a three-course menu on New Year’s Eve from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Each guest will have the choice of a House Salad or a Caesar Salad and entrées include pan-seared airline chicken breast with Champagne cream sauce and herb-roasted root vegetables for $31; midnight filet with Bearnaise sauce, garlic mashers and grilled asparagus for $38; or chimichurri-grilled grouper with chipotle cheddar grits and Tajin-roasted cauliflower for $36. Dessert options are banana pudding or chocolate cake. The evening will also include a show by Boat House favorite Matt Marinchick at both 7:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. Call 615-790-2309 for reservations.
Puckett’s Gro. (downtown Columbia)
Team Columbia is offering two options for the last night of the year — Order Puckett’s favorites like Piggy Mac, baby back ribs or slow-smoked beef brisket off our regular menu ’til 8:30 p.m., or enjoy a three-course dinner starting at 10 p.m. $50 per person for the late dinner includes a salad course to start, followed by an entrée, for which choices include grilled tuna with mango glaze, dirty rice and Asian slaw; prime rib served with garlic-roasted red potatoes and flat-iron green beans; artichoke-stuffed pork chops with garlic-roasted red potatoes, steamed broccoli and mushrooms; or grilled tofu and vegetable skewers with dirty rice, steamed broccoli and mushrooms. Dessert options will be tiramisu or triple chocolate cake.
The festive evening will also feature a Champagne toast at midnight and a show by Columbia artist Damien Boggs. Reservations can be made by calling the restaurant at 931-490-4550.
Puckett’s Gro. (downtown Murfreesboro)
Beginning at 8 p.m., Puckett’s in Murfreesboro will offer a limited menu for the evening for $50 per person. Entrée options include chicken cordon mac, beef shank, stuffed pork loin and vegetarian pasta, and fried ice cream will be served for dessert.
The ConSoulers, self-proclaimed as “Nashville’s Premier Rockin’ Soul Band,” will take the Puckett’s stage from 10 p.m. until midnight. Reservations for New Year’s Eve at Puckett’s in Murfreesboro can be made in the restaurant or by calling 629-201-6916.
Scout’s Pub (Westhaven)
For those looking to enjoy a dinner before heading to a party, Scout’s Pub is hosting a pre-New Year’s Eve meal until 10 p.m. The upscale pub concept in the Franklin neighborhood of Westhaven will offer its regular menu, plus a few dinner and drink specials. Reservations are recommended and accepted by phone at 615-721-5993.
Homestead Manor (Thompson’s Station)
Homestead Manor’s New Year’s Eve celebration will include a four-course, chef-curated meal and a Champagne toast for $75 per person. Guests will be able to choose one offering for each of the first three courses, with options including a fried oyster with comeback sauce or a deviled egg with smoked salmon and lemon hollandaise for amuse bouche; roasted parsnip bisque with butternut squash swirl and Benton’s bacon or roasted persimmon, pomegranate, toasted hazelnut and radicchio salad with balsamic vinaigrette for the soup or salad course. Available entrées include filet Oscar with garlic mashed potatoes; grouper with butternut squash purée and Togarashi-charred Brussels; Benton’s bacon-wrapped airline chicken breast with roasted asparagus, garlic mash and a demi-glace; or roasted eggplant tian with Noble Springs goat cheese, roasted butternut squash purée and broccoli and walnut pesto. Dessert will be cranberry Pavlova with gingersnap crumble.
If you like the sound of that, call Homestead Manor at 615-538-6113 to make a reservation for 5 p.m., 7 p.m. or 9 p.m.!