Puckett's Gro. And Restaurant To Offer Special Menu, Live Music On Feb. 14

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Puckett’s Gro. and Restaurant in downtown Chattanooga is hosting a Valentine’s Day celebration on Wednesday, Feb. 14.


Gabe Jones and Ashley Broockman will perform acoustic renditions of both well-known and original songs from 7:30 to 9 p.

m.


A Valentine’s Day-themed menu will be available, with options including the “Lover’s Leap Beef Burgundy Filet” marinated in a rich Burgundy sauce, topped with garlic parmesan compound butter and served with Gouda mashed potatoes and grilled asparagus for $34. A “Will You Marry My Honey Maple Salmon” dish rounds out the entree options with grilled Atlantic salmon  in a honey maple glaze,  served with smoked Gouda au gratin and steamed broccoli for $19.


The “Be My Valentine Salad” has apples, pecans, strawberries, feta cheese, blueberries and raspberries on a bed of fresh spinach for $14, and the “Love At First Sight” dessert option tops fudge brownie pieces with fresh strawberries, raspberries, vanilla ice cream, whipped cream and chocolate syrup.


Guests are encouraged to make reservations by calling the restaurant at (423) 708-8505.




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