Be a sweetie and make those Valentine’s Day plans early! We’ve got a little somethin’ planned at each of our locations, from special dinner features to live music and love day-themed desserts. Here’s the skinny from each A. Marshall Hospitality restaurant so you can see which one fits you and your special someone the best!
Meat-and-potatoes kinda couple? Puckett’s Nashville is keeping it classic with a dinner special of a 12 oz. smoked prime rib with garlic mashed potatoes and flat iron green beans for $27.99, plus a show by The Young Fables from 7:30 to 9 p.m. There is no cover for the show and reservations are recommended and available online or by phone at 615-770-2772.
If pasta is the way to your heart, Puckett’s Franklin is the place for you! Celebrate with a dinner special of shrimp scampi linguine served with a soup or salad for $24.99 and a chocolate molten cake topped with raspberries dessert special for $9.99 in addition to our regular menu. Paul Bogart will perform from 7 to 8:30 p.m. No cover for the show and reservations are recommended online or by phone at 615-794-5527.
We’re sold at “bacon-wrapped filet” at Puckett’s Columbia for Valentine’s Day! This special will be served with garlic herb butter, grilled asparagus and mashed potatoes for $30, or you can opt for chicken marsala with fettuccini and side salad for $25 in addition to all items on our regular menu. All guests will receive chocolate covered strawberries and a rose, and Hobo Cane will perform from 7 to 8:30 p.m. with no cover. Make reservations online or by phone at 931-490-4550.
Oyster lovers, Puckett’s Boat House is the place to be on Valentine’s Day! Our downtown Franklin seafood spot will offer a dozen raw oysters for $20 all day, along with a lobster bisque as the soup of the day. Dinner features will include a shrimp and pesto crostini appetizer for $15; a strawberry salad with blue cheese, roasted almonds and a champagne vinaigrette topped with fresh Gulf shrimp for $16; and a Jack Daniels-glazed Ahi tuna with bacon-wrapped scallops and shiitake mushroom risotto for $28. Matt Marinchick will take the stage from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Make reservations online or by phone at 615-790-2309.
A perfect evening in downtown Nashville starts with dinner at Deacon’s New South and ends with a show at TPAC! From February 5-17, Deacon’s is featuring a three-course menu for $50 in honor of “A Bronx Tale” at TPAC. The menu includes a starter of burrata and prosciutto salad with arugula, figs and saba, main course options of chicken manicotti with parmesan bechamel or Deacon’s butcher room bolognese, made with cavatappi, Aleppo chile, fennel, herbed bread crumb and parmesan, followed by a special “Bronx Blackout Cake” for dessert. Add a wine pairing to each course for an additional $40, or order all your favorites from our regular menu. Reservations are recommended by phone (615-994-1994) or online.
Scout’s Pub will serve up a little bit of everything, including specials like a garden Caesar salad with kale greens, kalamata olives, green olives, giardiniera vegetables, cherry tomatoes, tortilla crisps and lime and black garlic Caesar dressing for $12; an all-beef “smashburger” with guajillo black beans, avocado, house aioli, charred jalapeño, smashed egg and pepper jack cheese on a brioche bun for $16 and a seared Manhattan strip steak with black garlic mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus and curly potatoes for $30. A special Nutella cheesecake will be offered for dessert with cacao nibs, strawberry and a chocolate chip cookie crust for $8. Reservations can be made by calling 615-721-5993 or online.
The Valentine’s Day fun will start a few days early at Homestead Manor, with dinner and dance lessons on Saturday, Feb. 9 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. The party kicks off with a three-course dinner spread followed by an hour of dancing instruction by Dare 2 Dance Ballroom in our events barn. Tickets are $75 per person for dinner and dancing, and $95 per person to add a wine pairing to each course. A cash bar will be available throughout the evening. Learn more and purchase tickets here.
Homestead Manor is also accepting reservations for Valentine’s Day dinner that will feature the restaurant’s regular menu and a chef’s special entrée. Call 615-538-5113 for reservations.
(P.S. We didn’t forget Puckett’s Murfreesboro! They’re hosting dinner and a show by The Cleverlys with a portion of proceeds benefiting Uncle Dave Macon Days, but it is sold out.)