Fried Dumpling Deals in Nashville
Going out to eat is more convenient than cooking, especially if all your colanders are already full of pasta you haven't gotten around to eating yet. Save all that pasta for another day with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $35 for one appetizer and two dinner entrees for two (up to a $71 value) $25 for $50 worth of food and drink during dinner $10 for $20 worth of food and drink during lunch Midday meals begin with lavender goat cheese plated with shallot confit and assorted breads ($9) before moving on to a lamb burger with a pan-fried ...
Desserts let people satisfy their cravings for sweets without tapping a maple tree or milking bees for their honey. Soak up sucrose with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $12 for one dozen deep-fried cheesecake desserts (a $25 value) $22 for two dozen deep-fried cheesecake desserts (a $50 value) $32 for three dozen deep-fried cheesecake desserts (a $75 value) Bite into tiny deep-fried treats that feature a pastry shell filled with cheesecake in the flavor of your choice. All options are available for pickup.
The smoke from a wood-fire oven enhances meat with complex flavors and can create a smoke screen so that no one sees you eat an entire roast boar. Pig out with this Groupon. $10 for $20 Worth of Barbecue Championship plates of pulled pork, texas brisket, smoked chicken, or smoked bologna with two sides start at $6.99, pulled-pork sandwiches are $3.99, catfish with hushpuppies starts at $6.99, and sides of barbecue beans, sweet-potato waffle fries, and fried green tomatoes are $1.99 each. See the full menu.
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Limit 3 per customer, up to 3 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per table per visit • Valid only for dine-in • Valid for dinner only • Not valid on Mother's Day or Father's Day • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Music City might be known as a haven for barbecue aficionados, but today's deal from Chappy's on Church boasts the bold flavors of the Big Easy: • $20 for $40 to spend on food and drink • Menu highlights include fried green tomatoes, seafood gumbo, & crayfish étouffée • Midtown staple has been providing an authentic Bayou experience since 1984 Chappy's on Church's Website
Juan Reyes may have opened Salsa Puerto Rican in January, but his experience in the restaurant industry goes way beyond that. Upon visiting Nashville for the first time, Juan, who’s owned his own restaurant in Puerto Rico since 2002, noticed there wasn’t an option for authentic Puerto Rican food anywhere. And so, when he fell in love with Music City and decided to make the move, he knew he wanted to bring a little bit of home with him. And we're so very happy he did. As the first authentic Puerto Rican restaurant in Nashville, Salsa Puerto Rican and Latin Cuisine features a farm-to-table inspired menu that's loaded with fresh, local ingredients and deeply rooted in Latin flavor. From carnivorous treats like the Carne Frita (fried pork with sautéed onions) to the vegetarian-friendly Arroz Mempostiao (mixed rice with beans), there’s a little something to satisfy everyone. As far as adult beverages go, we’re happy to report that the restaurant’s authenticity extends beyond the food menu, as 75 percent of Salsa’s cocktail menu features Don Q, an authentic Puerto Rican rum only recently made available in the States (so don’t event think about asking for Bacardi). A huge parking lot (it’s free!) and sunny patio round out the awesomeness. Because really, who doesn’t like good grub, easy parking and a big ol’ dose of Vitamin D? Menu Highlights: Sorullos de maiz (Sweet Corn Fritters), $8 Herb Breaded Fried Calamari with Cilantro Aioli, $10 Caesar Salad, $7 Fricase de pollo (Chicken Stew), $16 Lemon Honey Glazed Salmon, $16 Tres Leches, $7 Carne Frita (fried pork with sautéed onions), $17 Hours: Monday - Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday & Saturday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Closed Sunday
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