Want a dead-simple way to help out with flood relief? On Monday, May 17, take your hard-earned dollars to some of Nashville’s most generous restaurants, enjoy a delicious meal, pay up and go home knowing that a full 50% of your check is being donated to The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee for flood relief! It’s really that simple. After the chaos of the past two weeks, a nice sit-down meal is just what the doctor ordered for your Nashvillest editors… And we have a feeling that most of our readers are in the same boat.
Here is the current list of participating restaurants, with more being added every day! Many restaurants are only participating during certain hours, so please call to confirm, hit up EatOutForNashville.org (yes, it links to a Facebook page) or check back here on Monday for the final update. And last, but certainly not least, if you know of a restaurant that would like to participate, email [email protected]. We’d love to have more on board. Cheers!
The Acorn Restaurant
Amerigo – West End & Cool Springs, participating for dinner hour
Baja Burrito – Participating from 6-9pm
Bravo Gelato – Mall at Green Hills & Village Green (Village Green location staying open until 9pm), participating all day
Burger Up – Participating from 11am-10pm
The Garden Brunch Café – Participating for breakfast and lunch
Holland House Bar and Refuge
Lazziz Persian Restaurant
The Melting Pot
Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt
Nana Rosa’s Italian Food – Hendersonville
O’Charley’s – all Middle Tennessee locations including Antioch, Brentwood, Clarksville, Columbia, Cookeville, Dickson, Franklin, Gallatin, Goodlettsville, Hendersonville, Hermitage, Hopkinsville, Lebanon, Manchester, Mt. Juliet, Murfreesboro, Nashville, Smyrna, Spring Hill and Springfield
Paradise Park Trailer Resort
The Patterson House (Tuesday 5/18 only)
Pied Piper Creamery
Qdoba – Nashville, Brentwood, Hendersonville, participating all day
Rumour’s – 12 South
Sparkle Cupcake Factory
Stoney River Legendary Steaks – West End, Cool Springs
9 Fruits Smoothies (50% of sales on all “Muddy River” Smoothies)
UPDATE: Tallies are still coming in, but reports from the field tell us that Eat Out For Nashville was a smashing success! Thanks to everyone who participated and to the fantastic, generous local businesses that lent a hand (and their staff… and a giant check) to the cause.