5 Great Nashville Valentine’s Day Restaurants
Surprise, Valentines Day is on Feb. 14th again this year, who knew? This year, Valentine’s Day falls on a Thursday which may help some of the “wait til the last-minute” restaurant goers. Being so close to the weekend, you may find that several people will wait to celebrate Valentines Day on Friday or Saturday evening. Either way it will be a busy weekend for Nashville restaurants.
Every year, Nashville Valentine’s Day gives you an opportunity to impress your significant other by taking them to dinner at an exclusive restaurant. Whether this is a restaurant that you frequent regularly or one that you’ve never experienced, making reservations sooner than later can make all the difference. We suggest making reservations at least 2-4 weeks in advance to give you the upper hand with a prime time reservation slot. (6:30-8:30 pm) Tip: Book your reservations as soon as possible to avoid eating dinner at 4:30 pm or midnight. Most significant others don’t care to eat dinner in the afternoon or early morning.
Nashville has a vast array of amazing restaurants and we wish we could name them all. In this article we will simply look at 5 great Nashville Valentine’s Day Restaurants that will help you show off your love.
1. Table 3 – (615) 739-6900
- French cuisine
3821 Green Hills Village Dr
Nashville, TN 37215
Table 3 Restaurant and Market offers customers an authentic brassiere/bistro dining experience, in a setting that combines contemporary design elements with an Old World atmosphere. Table 3 offers a distinctive, affordable wine list and menu and uses only the freshest of high-quality ingredients.
2. Miel – (615) 298-3663
343 53rd Ave N
Nashville, TN 37209
Miel Restaurant is committed to using as many locally sourced products as possible. This romantic setting features a traditional French menu with a Southern twist. From start to finish the menu is exciting and vibrant with a wine list that brings attention to several fabulous French wines.
3. Capitol Grille – 615-345-7116
231 6th Ave N
Nashville, TN 37219
Capitol Grille’s Executive Chef Tyler Brown has emerged as one of the leaders of the industry through cultural sustainability – a movement that embraces new techniques but honors the region’s culinary roots. Brown and his team are as well versed in the techniques of BBQ, Dry Aging beef, smoking meat, as they are in sous vide cooking.
4. Valentino’s – (615) 327-0148
1907 W End Ave
Nashville, TN 37203
Described as Rustic Italian, Valentino’s Nashville TN Italian Restaurant maintains it excellent reputation for high-quality service and food. This is a Nashville staple that continues to impress.
5. Flyte World Dining and Wine – (615) 255-6200
- American/Wine Bar
718 Division St
Nashville, TN 37203
Thrilling both locals and visitors to Nashville since 2006, Flyte World Dining and Wine aspires to engage our diners with local, sustainable cuisine, exceptional wines and finely crafted beers.
Chef Matthew Lackey strives to offer responsibly sourced meat and fish and locally grown produce whenever possible. Middle Tennessee and the surrounding areas provide a vast selection of delicious artisan foods. We collaborate with and promote nearly a dozen nearby farms and producers.