Scout’s Pub in Franklin’s Westhaven community is providing a swanky backdrop for locals looking for an alternative New Year’s Eve experience; the chef-inspired restaurant is hosting a four-course dinner on Saturday, Dec. 31 that will offer an elevated meal, complete with house wine pairings and more.
A $75 ticket provides guests with an array of dishes prepared special for the night by the Scout’s Pub head chef Lee Rice from cider braised pork belly with black eyed pea puree to brown butter seared scallops and filet au poivre, and ending the meal with creme brûlée and a champagne kiss shot dessert.
Those looking to spend the evening with their significant other can do so with a $150 couples ticket, which includes the four-course menu for each party as well as a bottle of wine to split. Wine pairings include options from the restaurant’s signature house selections ranging from Puckett’s chardonnay and merlot to the Puckett’s Boat House pinot grigio and Homestead Manor cabernet sauvignon.
The neighborhood pub is offering guests two seating times to choose from throughout the night, including 5:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. Those who dine at Scout’s Pub are also invited to continue the holiday celebrations at the bar where champagne, signature cocktails, brews and more will be served.
There is limited seating for New Year’s Eve at Scout’s Pub and reservations are required. To learn more, call the restaurant at (615) 721-5993 or visit scoutspub.com.
WHO: Scout’s Pub
WHAT: New Year’s Eve Dinner
WHERE: Scout’s Pub, 158 Front Street, Suite #120, Franklin
WHEN: Saturday, Dec. 31; 5:30 p.m. and 8 p.m.
COST: $75/person; $150/couple