Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and falls on a Friday this year, making February 14th, 2020’s ultimate date night. If you’re stumped over where to take your significant other in downtown Nashville, look no further. Here are just a few ideas for your romantic night on the town:
This quintessential Music City steakhouse is offering a Valentine's Day special from February 14-16th. For $99 for two, enjoy filet mignons with lobster or crab as well as a champagne toast!
Nelson’s Green Brier
Nashville’s favorite distillery is hosting a delicious multi-course Valentine’s Day dinner on February 14th with seating times at 5:30 pm and 6:00 pm. For $75 per person, enjoy oysters, duck, bacon-wrapped meatloaf, and vanilla crème brûlée, all with a cocktail and spirit pairing.
On February 14th and 15th, this swanky and intimate eatery will serve a special four-course prix fixe menu presented by chef Deb Paquette. The dinner is $80 a person, with optional wine pairings at $30 a person.
5th and Taylor
This trendy restaurant, located in a former Germantown warehouse space, is the perfect unconventional spot to take your Valentine. Chef Daniel Lindley’s dishes feature refined versions of traditional childhood home dishes meant to inspire community among guests.
What’s a better combination than romance and live music? Sambuca, Music City’s only dinner club, is offering three different seatings on Valentine’s Day 5:30 pm, 7:30 pm, and 9:30 pm. Diners can choose between a traditional three-course meal for $55 a person or a premium upgrade that includes luxuries like a filet & lobster tail combination for $85 a person.
Located right in the heart of the city, Germantown Café’s gorgeous skyline view will make a perfect backdrop to your romantic evening. Start with a luxurious bowl of French onion soup and enjoy steak, crab cakes or scrumptious pasta dishes flanked by creative libations.
Crowned one of the 31 best steakhouses in America by Thrillest, this world-class eatery celebrates modern dishes and farm-to-table creations. Unique cocktails and a comprehensive wine list will pair beautifully with your delicious filets.
The Catbird Seat
If you’re really looking to splurge this V-Day, you can’t do better than Nashville’s most prominent chef’s kitchen experience. A special 10-12 course tasting menu with alcoholic pairings will be on offer this Valentine’s Day and though the $165 per person price tag might be daunting, the opportunity to see the inner workings of an active kitchen is well worth it.
Valentine’s Day reservations typically book quickly; act fast so you don’t get left behind! Or if the romantic dining out experience isn’t your thing and if you’d rather cook in a luxurious new kitchen, give us a call today!