Puckett’s Locations Usher In New Year, Southern-Style!

All of our Puckett’s family are throwing celebrations to ring in the new year, and you know hospitality is our middle name! Check out the bashes, and get to makin’ your reservation. Whichever one you choose, we promise a good ole fashioned shin dig!

PUCKETT’S BOAT HOUSE is adding some French Quarter flavor to downtown Franklin on New Year’s Eve, ringing in 2014 with a live show and a celebratory menu full of chef-selected favorites! Our Southern seafood-focused eatery is hosting L’Angélus, an energetic Cajun band who entertain audiences with New Orleans-influenced fiddle tunes, swing, saxophone-driven swamp pop, and R&B music.In addition to the authentic bayou tunes, the Boat House has created a special menu for the event.

Seating for the L’Angélus show will begin at 9 p.m. and the performance will start kickin’ 10 p.m. until midnight. Tickets to the show are $15 per person, and include a midnight champagne toast. Call 615-790-2309 to reserve your seat, or learn more here.

pppsttt: The Boat House is also providing the special New Year’s Eve menu from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., for guests who can’t make the show! Call to reserve your seat.

PUCKETT’S GRO. & RESTAURANT (DOWNTOWN COLUMBIA) is pulling in Maury County locals 2Steel Girls to help friends celebrate 2014! We’ll raise a glass to a new one with a live performance and plenty of dancing tunes by the former Voice contestants and electric mother-daughter duo.

In addition to the concert, Puckett’s will provide several specials, prepared by Chef Wilson Morgan, with drink pairing suggestions for each option. Guests will have the option to order Puckett’s staples, or choose among the NYE exclusives! 

Seating for the 2SteelGirls show will begin at 9 p.m. and the performance will continue through midnight. Tickets to the show are $12 per person.

To reserve your seat for the New Year’s Eve celebration, call 931-490-4550 or go here.

ppsssttt: Puckett’s is also serving the special New Year’s Eve menu from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., for guests who can’t make the show! Call to reserve your seat.

PUCKETT’S GRO. & RESTAURANT (5TH & CHURCH IN NASHVILLE) is giving guests a little bit of rock ‘n’ roll, a little bit of Latin flavor in downtown Nashville! Our folks will see 2014 arrive with Soul Sacrifice, a Santana tribute band that takes the audience on a trip from Woodstock 1969 to present day. Expect lots of dancing and toe-tappin’!

Puckett’s will also provide an exclusive menu prepared by Chef Keith West, with wine pairing suggestions for each option. Guests will have a tough time making a selection among milk-braised short ribs, an herb-crusted chicken, grouper stuffed with smoked grits and grilled asparagus, and crispy eggplant Napoleon—plus plenty of Southern sides and a serving of Hoppin’ John for good luck.

Dinner is served at 9 p.m. and the show begins at 10. Tickets are $60 and include the show, the special New Year’s Eve meal and a champagne toast at midnight. Free valet parking is also offered.

Reservations are required, and tickets can be purchased here.

ppsssttt: Puckett’s is also serving their menu from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., for guests who can’t make the show! Call to reserve your seat.

PUCKETT’S GRO. & RESTAURANT (DOWNTOWN FRANKLIN) is sold out! If you are wanting to celebrate in downtown Franklin, head on over to the Boat House!

Puckett’s Columbia & Puckett’s Boat House Will Donate Daily Proceeds to Three Local Organizations

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‘Tis the season y’all, and Puckett’s is feeling the love!

Puckett’s Gro. in downtown Columbia and Puckett’s Boat House in downtown Franklin recently launched their “Community Tuesday” initiatives, a three-part series that donates 10 percent of both restaurant’s daily sales on Dec. 3, 10 and 17 to local organizations.

Through hearty appetites at Puckett’s Boat House, the public supported the Harpeth River Watershed Association on Tuesday, Dec. 3. The remaining  “Community Tuesday” proceeds will go to GraceWorks Ministries on Tuesday, Dec. 10, and New Hope Academy on Tuesday, Dec. 17. This is the second year the Boat House has coordinated the philanthropic effort.

{pssssst: Also in December, the Boat House will be encouraging friends to donate dollars to its ceiling as part of our “Puckett’s Dollar For Your Thoughts” initiative. Since February, the restaurant has allowed guests to stick dollar bills—with their own custom messages—to our low-ceiling beams. At the end of the month, all of the money pinned will be counted and donated to The Heritage Foundation of Franklin & Williamson County!}

At Puckett’s Gro. in downtown Columbia, the public supported the Family Center of Columbia on Tuesday, Dec. 3. The remaining  “Community Tuesday” proceeds will go to Columbia Central’s Project Graduation on Tuesday, Dec. 10, and The Boys and Girls Club of Maury County on Tuesday, Dec. 17. Because we opened in March 2013, this is the first time we’ve been able to do something like this — and our family is more than excited to share in the giving season!

Here’s what our owner, Andy, has to say about it: “We’ve wanted to host something like this since we opened, and the holidays are a nice tie-in. We’re sharing the love between these three because we connect with each of their individual visions, and we believe our customers do too. The fact that there are so many admired organizations with respected causes in Maury County shows the kind of heart this community has.”

So come out Tuesdays in December to support local! For more information on the events, check out the Boat House Facebook page HERE, or Columbia’s Facebook page HERE.

Puckett’s Offering Holiday Meals + [Franklin & Nashville] Open For Thanksgiving

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Our family of restaurants in Davidson, Williamson and Maury counties is helping alleviate the stress of holiday cooking by providing extensive to-go meal options at each of the Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant and Puckett’s Boat House locations!

Now, you know that our friends can expect the same made-from-scratch dishes from the packed-to-go dinners that they find at our eateries, and offerings reflect the restaurant’s well-loved specialties; for example, the Boat House has created a variety of items to reflect its seafood menu, from seafood lasagna and lobster mac ‘n’ cheese to oyster dressing and chicken & sausage jambalaya—not to mention a smattering of desserts from its bakery.

And at Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant locations, the exclusive holiday to-go meat options include a choice of roasted, smoked or fried turkey, smoked ham, juicy beef tenderloin, baby back ribs and cherry-smoked pulled pork.

The Southern-style sides read like a “best of” Puckett’s offerings: cornbread stuffing, green beans, creamed corn, squash casserole, mashed potatoes, giblet gravy, yeast rolls and more will make our guests feel like they are in the center of the country store. Rounding out the feast are Puckett’s decadent desserts, including Southern specialties like pumpkin pie and homemade cobblers.

Andy Marshall said that many of the featured classics are family recipes that have been handed down over the years.

“For a lot of people, nostalgic Thanksgiving memories are tied to the spread on the table. It’s the same with our family: most of these dishes on the menu have been passed around our table at home for years, and we’re proud to share those experiences with others,” Andy says.

“We’ve been offering our ‘turkey with all the trimmings’ dinner since our first season with Puckett’s, and have found that people appreciate spending less time in the kitchen and more time with the family.”

The varying meal packages are able to feed from six people to 26 guests. Visit the Puckett’s Boat House here and Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant website here for order forms and to-go dinner pricing.

Progressive Wine Tasting in Columbia Helps Restore Downtown, Oct. 17

We don’t know about you, but when we think of downtown Columbia’s Main Street we picture old-world charm with unique retail and dining establishments. Next Thursday, Oct. 17 Main Street will host a community-centered event that goes along with that vintage aesthetic. Join us for “Uncorked On Main Street,” a progressive event featuring numerous wines, culinary delights and live entertainment at various downtown locations…. including Puckett’s in Columbia!

The wine-tasting event on Oct. 17 kicks off at the Puckett’s front entrance at 15 Public Square on the historic circle, and lasts from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. The event will also cap off with attendees enjoying live music on Puckett’s center stage!

Tickets to the event are $40 in advance and $45 at the door, and are available for purchase at 8 Public Square, or at Puckett’s.

The culinary and wine adventure will benefit Columbia Main Street, and will fund the organization’s efforts to revitalize and promote its historic downtown district. The group says it has plans to continue to coordinate events such as Uncorked on Main Street to further gain community support around the movement.

Entertainment for the evening will include live performances by acclaimed artists DeeAnn Dominy and Carrie Zaruba. Dominy is an award-winning country-rock singer/songwriter, and Zaruba is one of Country Music Association’s “Top Rising Artists” of 2013.

The nine tastings sites are The Old Curiosity Book Shop, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, Variety Records, The Balloon Shop, Accents and Antiques, Wall Candy, aMuse’um Columbia Children’s Museum, Caledonian Financial, and Shred, Etc.

The event concludes with a “Last Call at Puckett’s” that will feature the 2 Country 4 Nashville band at 8 p.m.

Sponsors of the event include Lipman, First Farmers and Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant.

For more information please contact Kristi Martin at kmartin@maurycounty-tn.gov.

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Coffee, Country & Cody Live at Puckett’s Nashville Oct. 9 + Puckett’s Offers a Bit of Shutdown Relief

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Tensions are runnin’ high these days. Many government workers have been shut out from their jobs due to the shutdown… and it’s not just those D.C. folks who are struggling. Right here in Middle Tennessee, there are many who have had their paychecks suspended because of what’s happening with Congress.

So Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant and the dudes at WSM 650 (hey, Bill Cody and Charlie Mattos!) put our heads together, and asked ourselves: how can we do our small part for those affected? Here’s what we came up with:

Puckett’s is offering federal employees a $6.50 discount on their meals this Wednesday, Oct. 9 from 7 a.m. ’til our breakfast ends at 11 a.m. The special applies to all individuals who show us their Federal ID, and is happening at our locations in downtown Nashville, downtown Franklin and downtown Columbia, Tenn.

Plus, Bill Cody and Charlie Mattos will be broadcasting live from Puckett’s 5th & Church in Nashville–a great chance to meet your favorite broadcast personalities! Y’all make sure and come down to see ’em.

Again, how it works: Federal employees simply have to show their Federal ID at any of the three Puckett’s locations (Nashville, Franklin, and Columbia) and you’ll get a $6.50 discount on your ticket! All three Puckett’s locations will offer the discount on Wednesday, October 9 from 7 a.m. until 11 a.m.

Click HERE for our locations and menus.