Meatball Restaurant Deals in Nashville
A pizza is always a welcome sight, even if its pepperonis are arranged in the shape of a scowl. Dig into a truly happy meal with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $14 for a pizza meal for two (a $28.18 total value) 14-inch hand-tossed pizza with up to three toppings (an $18.25 value) One order of garlic knots with sauce (a $5.95 value) Two drinks (a $1.99 value each) $19 for a pizza meal for four (a $39.86 total value) 16-inch hand-tossed pizza with up to three toppings (a $20 value) Two orders of garlic knots with sauce (a ...
We think it’s safe to say that the folks at Shalimar, a family-owned, family-run Indian restaurant in Green Hills, are some of the nicest in town. After over 20 years in the business, they continue to greet customers with the kind of genuine enthusiasm we imagine dissipates in most restaurants after opening day. It’s that kind of hospitality coupled with dishes that are righteously executed and beautifully presented that has solidified Shalimar’s stance as Nashville’s premier destination for fine Indian cuisine. (We're not the only ones who think so, either—the restaurant has been voted Best Indian cuisine in Nashville from 2006 to 2013 by LocalEats. Not too shabby, Shalimar.) Located in Green Hills, Shalimar offers traditional Indian dishes both carnivore-friendly and vegetarian, including popular favorites like chicken tikka masala (roasted chicken in a creamy, spicy masala sauce) and shrimp jelfraze (shrimp cooked in a heady blend of Indian spices), as well as soups, appetizers and desserts. And for those new to Indian cuisine, let's just say it's more than curry, but don't take our word for it: talk to the Shalimar staff. They love guiding newbies through the menu and they’ll never once make you feel weird or embarrassed about your lack of Indian food knowledge. (Trust us, we know from experience, which is why we know Indian food is way more diverse than simple curries.) And if all that wasn't sweet enough, Shalimar's BYOB policy matches the staff's attitude: it's totally awesome—there's no corking fee. Menu Highlights: Samosa, $1.99 Garlic Masala Naan, $2.99 Vegetable Biryani, $15.99 Chicken Tikka Masala, $15.99 Lamb Korma, $16.99 Shrimp Saag, $17.99 Hours: LUNCH: Monday - Saturday, 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. DINNER: Monday - Saturday, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Closed Sunday
Scout around downtown Nashville -- and end up at a surprise restaurant -- when you follow the music-themed clues provided by UrbanQuest: $10 (regularly $20) for a Nashville City Quest for four people Grown-up scavenger hunt lasts about 1.5 hours and covers up to three miles Start your quest at any time by downloading your clue package online Quests are scavenger hunts that require solving fun, challenging puzzles with your team The hunt will take you all over downtown, ending at a mystery restaurant where UrbanQuest has made a reservation for you (meal cost not included) Quests are perfect for family, friends, and even dates
As an impressionable youth, Chuck Cinelli would follow his nose into the cozy Italian markets lining the streets of Schenectady, New York. He was drawn in by the smells wafting out of the break rooms–someone always seemed to be whipping up a home-cooked meal for the employees. As far as Chuck (and his nose) were concerned, those markets were some of the best Italian restaurants in town...even though they weren’t restaurants. When he moved to Nashville, Chuck found himself missing the tastes and smells of his hometown's Italian shops. So he convinced his mom, owner of a successful pizza ‘n pasta joint in upstate New York, to head south and help him run Coco’s Italian Market. Together, they’ve turned the place into Nashville’s own version of Little Italy, offering the same items you’d find in a traditional Italian market–imported groceries, deli items, home-baked bread, and gelato–while serving up plates of award-winning food in the adjacent dining room. If their pizza tastes like something you’d find in the motherland, it’s because most of the ingredients were shipped straight from Italy. If the marinara sauce has an old-world zing, it’s because the recipe has been in the Cinelli family for half a century. And if the produce tastes fresh, it’s because Chuck grew it himself on a nearby three-acre farm, which supplies the restaurant with veggies and basil during the warmer months. We recommend the Sunday brunch (an Italian version of French toast, topped with honey mascarpone? Yes please!) and anything involving meatballs, which are hand-rolled and cooked up three times a day. Just follow your nose. MENU HIGHLIGHTS: Italian Sweet Toast, $8 Breakfast Panini, $7 Meatball Sub, $8 Linguini Frittata, $10 Fettuccine Pollo Pesto, $12 HOURS: Sunday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday - Thursday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
When you're in the mood for good times and great cuisine, be sure to check out El Alteno Mexican Restaurant. The restaurant is located in one of the area's most pleasant settings and is known for its delightful staff and superb cuisine. The menu at El Alteno Mexican Restaurant features a wide array of great selections, made from only the freshest and highest quality ingredients, with something sure to please every member of your group El Alteno Mexican Restaurant has established itself as one of the area's favorite culinary destinations and is sure to offer you a pleasant and unique dining experience every time you visit. Please stop in soon!
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